At our unveiling in 2014 there were 505 names inscribed on Bramley War Memorial, the names of the fallen appearing on four panels.
Two new panels were unveiled on 11th November, 2016 with an additional 241 additional names primarily for Rodley and Stanningley.
On 11th November 2019 a revised version of the right hand wall plaque was unveiled and blessed containing a further 9 new names
Bramley War Memorial now commemorates 755 fallen in conflicts from 1900 to 2011.
You will find on other pages in this section full transcriptions of the details that appear on the current panels, this is an exact match including the font used on the plaques.
A further page lists our research to date on Leeds Servicemen who died in conflicts after the end of World War Two.
However we also wish to make available our complete database, which includes much additional detail, not inscribed on the Memorial, this additional detail includes:
Service Number and Unit
Details of any Military Grave or Memorial with full details of location for relatives to be able to visit a particular War Grave or Memorial.
Details of where the person is remembered on local Memorials and Rolls of Honour
Family and address details, where already researched
If named on a War Grave or Remembered Grave in Bramley, Rodley and Stanningley.
Where named on another War Memorial in West Leeds (i.e Pudsey or Calverley).
As this is our full database it also includes:
Full details of all fallen
Fallen in date order
Reconciliation of fallen
Downloads of other local War Memorials
Downloads of Plaques and Memorials at St.Peter’s Church Bramley
This is in Excel but will be adapted to a searchable database, in the meantime please use the Excel “Find” function to search for individuals.
If you have any difficulties downloading the database, please either use the Contact Us Form or email email@example.com
To access please click on the link below:
Download the Bramley Roll of Honour here Database November 2019