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Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire

Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire


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Tree: 1. Essex Ennevers
Notes: This cemetery was established under the name Woodhouse Hill Cemetery in 1845. The cemetery is divided by Middleton Road. The older early Victorian section of the cemetery is located on the east side of Middleton Road with the west section of the cemetery being somewhat newer in age. The newest section of the cemetery is located on the east of Middleton Road, immediately south of the original section. A Cross of Sacrifice commemorates the 173 sailors, soldiers and flight crews of the First and Second World Wars who are buried in Hunslet Cemetery.

Latitude: 53.7742556, Longitude: -1.5447444


   Name   Location 
1.Hunslet CemeteryEngland


Matches 1 to 6 of 6

   Last name, First name(s)    Buried    Person ID 
1 HAMPSHIRE, Ellen  4 Jan 1896Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire I922
2 HILL, Martha  23 Apr 1881Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire I928
3 HILL, William  13 Nov 1919Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire I608
4 LIVERSIDGE, Prince Smith  20 Oct 1954Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire I8652
5 STEAD, Hannah Maria  5 Aug 1881Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire I926
6 WILKINSON, Hannah  11 Jan 1928Hunslet Cemetery, Hunslet, Yorkshire I8654
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