South Africa Medal 1834-1853, (Jas. Granger. 2nd Bn. 60th Rifles.). Indian Mutiny Medal 1857-1858 , no clasp, (Jas. Granger. 2nd Bn. 60th Ryl. Rifles.) Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal Victoria issue, 3rd type 1874-1901, swivelling scroll suspension with smaller reverse lettering, (1283. Jas. Granger. 2nd Bn. 60th Foot.)1283 Private Jas. Granger, 60th Foot


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James Granger was born at Aldermaston, near Newbury, Berkshire, and served abroad with the 2/60th Rifles at Corfu for 1 year 1 month, at Jamaica for 2 years 11 months, in Canada for 3 years 1 month, at the Cape of Good Hope for 6 years 7 months (Medal for Kaffir War of 1850-53), and in India for 2 years 1 month (Indian Mutiny medal).

He was discharged after 21 years 5 months service, and was admitted as a pensioner with Chelsea Hospital on 10 July 1860. Sold with some service details.