INDENTD.S.O. London Gazette 22.4.1918. Lieut. (Acting Capt.) London Regiment "For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. After three companies had attempted and failed to dislodge the enemy from a dominating ridge, he personally led an outflanking party under heavy machine-gun fire, and succeeded in getting in rear of the enemies' position, with the result that 60 prisoners with 6 machine-guns fell into our hands. Thanks to the gallant dash and enterprise of this officer a ridge affording excellent powers of observation was successfully captured".
Captain Harry Livingstone Lamb was commissioned Second Lieutenant 10 May l915; took part in the initial attack of l July l916 at Gommecourt, and commanded "C" Company when all other officers had been killed or wounded; Lieutenant 10 January 1917; Acting Captain 20 May l917 (M.I.D.); took part in the Battle of Cambrai, leading D company in the successful attack on the strong enemy position at Tadpole Copse 23 November l917 (D.S.O.); wounded and captured 27 November l917; Captain 30 April 1918; is shown as Captain, Gordon Highlanders (T.A.) in 1945 and later with the Canadian Army; Captain Lamb died in l965