INDENTD.C.M. London Gazette 3.9.1918. Corporal, R.F.A. (Brighton) "For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an enemy attack. Though early wounded, he remained with the battery under heavy fire all day, and after all the officers and serjeants had been wounded or killed he commanded the battery until an officer from another battery arrived. He behaved splendidly." (awarded for Morchies, France, 21 March, 1918)
Bar to D.C.M. London Gazette 12.3.1919. Corporal, D/51 Brigade R.F.A. (Brighton) Citation for bar London Gazette 2.12.1919. "During an enemy attack on the morning of the 14th October, 1918, near Ledeghem, the battery was subject to heavy enemy artillery and machine-gun fire. He was acting as No. 1 of his gun, and when the rest of his detachment had been wounded, and though wounded himself, he continued to man his gun single-handed for a considerable time. Not till after the barrage was finished would he leave his gun to have his wounds dressed. Throughout the recent operations he showed the greatest gallantry, and set a fine example to his men."