BSACM, Rhodesia 1896 (0) (Troopr. C. G. McNay. B.S.A. Police.);
QSA (4) Relief of Mafeking, Defence of Kimberley, Orange Free State, Transvaal (488 Pte. C. G. McNay. Cape Police D.2.);
BWM (Pte. C. G. McNay. 2nd S.A.I.);
Kimberley Star, 'a', sans suspension
[ CGHGSM (1) Bechuanaland ]
QSA (2) Defence of Kimberley, Orange Free State (173 Serjt:-Farr: G. Needham. Diamond F.A.);
[ Colonial Auxiliary Forces LS Medal (Far QM Kimb Regt) ]
Kimberley Star, 'b'
Spink say 'G. Needham is confirmed on the Medal Roll with entitlement to these two clasps, and was the only Farrier-Sergeant in the Battery. During the Defence of Kimberley, the Diamond Fields Artillery comprised some 97 men and six guns; originally entirely outranged by more modern Boer artillery pieces, they later manned the famous 4.1-inch 'Long Cecil' which enabled the defenders to return effective fire against their foe.'
Transferred to Kimb Regt 1 April 1907. Occupation farrier at De Beers.
Colonial Auxiliary Forces LS Medal (Far QM Kimb Regt), KStar sold at City Coins May 2002.