M.C. London Gazette 18.10.1917 'For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He fired his section from the Infantry firing line with great gallantry throughout the action. He charged with the Infantry and having got into the enemy trenches gained communication with his section by telephone. Whereby he brought an effective fire to bear at a critical moment upon a vigorous hostile counter-attack'.
Lieutenant J.F. Carr. M.C., served in 'British, German and Portuguese East Africa, Nyasaland and Northern Rhodesia, September 1914 to January 1918' (Services of Military Officers 1920 refers).