St James' Church, Cross Roads, Roll of Honour
This roll of honour is in the care of Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley.
FIDELIS USQUE AD MORTEM ST JAMES' CHURCH, CROSS ROADS
AUGUST 4TH 1914
ROLL OF HONOUR OF THE MEN OF THIS PARISH WHO HAVE TAKEN UP ARMS IN DEFENCE OF KING & COUNTRY.
NAMES (List unavailable)
GOD SAVE THE KING
Description: Great War roll of honour. Framed and glazed illuminated roll of honour with hand-written inscription.
Flags of the allied nations drawn at the top of the roll with the figures of a soldier and a sailor below them. Crests at the base of the roll.
Names listed: 23 who died, 248 who served.
There is a Keighley News report, dated 9th September 1994.
There is a framed and glazed list of names on three sheets on display on the wall in St James' Church, Cross Roads. This could have been the original list of names drawn up at the time the memorial was being created, although it could also be for WW2 service since it mentions one person serving in the W.A.A.F., which was established in 1939 and another person serving in the A.T.S., which was established in 1938:
The Great War memorial naming the church members who died, is still on display in St James' Church: