McGILP Clyde
SA7475, South Africa 1900
2/280, Major, 1st Battery, 1st Brigade, New Zealand Field Artillery, WW1

Distinguished Service Order
Gazetted 1 January 1917, p29
This officer has done consistent good work ever since the 1st Battery was formed.  On many occasions, like othe BC's, he has had to observe under heavy fire.  Several times at Armentieres his battery was heavily shelled, and he acted with great coolness and decision.  On many occasions his battery has had to cut wire at close ranges.  He is an excellent BC and I consider he is worthy of recognition.  He commanded the battery in the heavu fighting at Gallipoli.

Mention in Despatches
Gazetted 4 January 1917, p261
Mentioned in a despatch from General Sir Douglas Haig, GCB, Commander-in-Chief of the British Armies in France, dated 13th November 1916.

Distinguished Service Order
Queen’s South Africa Medal
Transvaal, South Africa 1902
1914-15 Star
British War Medal
Victory Medal
       Mention in Despatches
New Zealand Service Medal
New Zealand Long and Efficient Service Medal

Gallipoli Medallion

Born 12 October 1884, Russell, New Zealand
Died 14 November 1918 Featherston, New Zealand (Influenza Epidemic)