The Roll of Honour for Scholes is located in the Manor House on Belle Vue Road. Originally, it was located in the Council Chamber of the Council Offices on Station Road. Some years ago, the building was sold and became a private dwelling house which meant the Roll of Service had to be moved to a more appropriate location.
The Roll of Service is made of an engraved brass plate, inlaid with pigments, and mounted on an oak back board. It was designed by Edward Caldwell Spruce, the head modeller and sculptor with The Leeds Fireclay Co. Ltd, better known as Burmantofts Pottery.
No distinction is made on the Roll of Service between those who died as a result of their service in the Great War, and those who did not. I have highlighted in RED those who died. There are known errors in the given ranks for some men, some men are given the wrong initials, and some men's surnames are spelled wrongly. I have listed the men as they appear on the Roll of Service, and corrections will be made on the man's individual page, or the page for his family group.