In this section are lists of obituaries that appeared in the Pudsey & Stanningley News.
The lists appeared in the last issue of the year and contained names for whom obituaries had
appeared in the newspaper that year, though possibly only a selection appears, rather than a comprehensive list..
Only a few years are currently available so far, but the list will be added to.
PUDSEY & STANNINGLEY NEWS, DECEMBER 29, 1922
Mr James Stillings, first Mayor of Pudsey. Elected chief magistrate of the town after the granting of the
charter of incorporation in 1900. Died, in June, in his 81st year at Harrogate where he had been in residence for many years.
Old John Hainsworth , of Littlemoor Road, a well-known and highly respected Pudsey character died in January.
William Wilson, one of the few remaining links with the memorable £50 a side cricket match at Dudley Hill died early February.
Robt. Close, familiarly known as "Bob" died on his 71st birthday in February.
Squire Johnson of West View, Carlisle Road aged 74 at the beginning of April.
Mrs. Matthew Walker, Pudsey's second Mayoress, died at the end of April, at Swinnow House in her 80th year.
Mrs. Robt. Blakey, of Lowtown, died in June, aged 84.
Joseph Halliday, of Radcliffe Gardens, old Pudseyite who played in the historic cricket match at Dudley Hill.
J. W. Slingsby, Fire Supt. of Northrop Yard, Church Lane.
John Lee, greengrocer, of Lowtown.
Thomas Briggs, fish fryer, of 138 Lowtown.
ThomasW. Gudgeon, foreman boot finisher, of Claremont Street, died suddenly at Messrs. Scales, Grove Works, in May.
Robt. Norton (87) of Delph Hill, believed to be Pudsey's oldest inhabitant.
Jos. Briggs, old Delph Hill resident.
Jas. W. Wood, retired coal merchant, of Crawshaw Avenue.
Geo. R. Ashville (70) New Street.
Wm Turner (68), music dealer, of Mozart House, Lidget Hill.
Fred Yates, The Ivies, Lidget Hill, musical director who had a fatal seizure at Bradford in November.
Guardian John Hardisty, Farsley's grand old man, died 9th December.