|J. Jenner, MM
|Company Sergeant Major
|28 March 1918
|“For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. When his company met with resistance from parties of the enemy during an advance, he collected a body of men and overcame their opposition. He also led a party against an enemy machine gun, which he captured with ten prisoners. His conduct throughout the day was magnificent.”
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