INDENT M.C. London Gazette 16.11.1916 "For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during attack. He showed great skill in organising under very heavy shell fire. When his Commanding Officer had fallen he took command and led a few men right up to the enemy wire. Though wounded, he remained at duty till the close of the action. His courage and coolness were an inspiring example to his men."
Bar to M.C. London Gazette 12.3.1917 "For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He led his company forward to the front line under heavy fire in readiness to deliver a counter-attack. Later he organised a patrol which he personally led into 'No-Man's-Land' in pursuit of the enemy raiders."
Major Frank Goldsmith, born 1893 educated at Lancing College, was gazetted into the Hampshire Regiment, 1914. He was killed in action on the Menin Road 26 September, 1917. (Ruvigny's Roll of Honour and Lancing College Memorial Book refer - comprehensive details accompany the lot)