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History of Roundhay St John

History of Roundhay St John

                                                 





















Upkeep of the building and burial ground

In 2010 responsibility for maintaining the building and burial ground passed from the Church Commissioners to the Pentecostal City Mission Church who, having entered legally binding commitments, purchased the Church for £1. Enquiries should be directed to Bishop Herbert Cato, Regional Overseer of England. Leeds Civic Trust, Leeds City Council , Journalists , local and past residents are all deeply concerned about neglect and deterioration


Location

You can visit the graveyard and grounds of Roundhay St. John at OS Grid Ref. SE3370237256 SatNav LS8 2LE


History of Roundhay St John The Closure of St John's Church at Roundhay [PDF] Roundhay St John Baptism Record 1826-1890 [PDF] Roundhay St John Baptism Record 1890-1903 [PDF] Roundhay St John Monumental Inscriptions [Hyperlink]

Contact

Sharon Donaldson

Tel

0113 232 3565

Email

history@oakwoodchurch.info

Roundhay St John Centenary Souvenir 1826-1926 Roundhay St John Burial Register 1827-1921 [PDF] Roundhay St John Commemorations 1939-1945 [PDF] Roundhay St John Commemorations 1914-1925 [PDF] 1914-1918 War Dead - A personal look [PDF]
1914-1918 Oakwood Remembers [PDF] Leeds Intelligencer Thursday 23 September 1824   [PDF] Leeds Mercury Saturday 25 September 1824   [PDF] Leeds Intelligencer Thursday 19 January 1826   [PDF] Leeds Mercury Saturday 21 January 1826   [PDF] A Brief History of Roundhay St. Johns Church [PDF] More Oakwood History Cadmans at Roundhay St John, Leeds [PDF]

 

Records


War Dead Commemorations

Articles

Articles from Oak Leaves ODHS

A History of Roundhay St John's Church Roundhay 1967 [PDF] The Hudson family at Oakwood [PDF] The Roundhay Almshouses [PDF]