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
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.