Q.S.A. three clasps 'CC' 'OFS' 'Trans' (2nd Bn.); K.S.A. two clasps. Mtd as worn.
With photocopies of the medal rolls confirming the medals and clasps to 6191 Pte. George Hartley, 2nd Bn. Seaforth Highlanders.
The battalion served in South Africa from November 1899 to June 1902 and was present at Graspan, Magersfontein, Koedoesberg Drift, Lindley, Rooipoort, Retief's Nek, Brandwater Basin, De Wet Hunt, Jagersfontein and Fauresmith.
It had 132 killed or died of wounds, 23 died of disease, 312 wounded and 87 taken prisoner.