INDENT M.C. London Gazette 9.1.1918 Temp. Lieut. M.B., R.A.M.C., 'For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. During an attack he continually attended to wounded under a heavy barrage, and, on the objective being gained, he quickly formed a dressing-station, where he was indefatigable in his attention to the wounded of his own and another battalion, although under continuous fire for two days. By his cheerfulness and splendid devotion to duty he set a fine example to all ranks'.
Lieutenant Reginald Gordon Hill, M.C., educated Whitgift Grammar School, Croydon, was 1st Surgeon to the Red Cross Hospital attached to the Ottoman Forces in Tripoli during the war with Italy, 1911-12; was commissioned in the Royal Field Artillery February 1915, and served in France and then Egypt until early 1917; briefly attached to the Royal Flying Corps until injured in a crash and then transferred to the Royal Army Medical Corps attached to the Coldstream Guards. Lieutenant Hill acting as the Medical Officer for the 1st Bn. Coldstream Guards was killed in action 10 October 1917, during the attack across the Broembeek for the possession of the remainder of the ridge between Passchendaele and Poelcappelle and was buried in Canada Farm Cemetery, Belgium