QSA (4) Cape Colony, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (33906 Tpr: J. Love. 89th Coy. Imp. Yeo.);
together with a Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry Tribute Medal 1901, 38mm, bronze, the obverse featuring the arms of Mongomeryshire, ‘Mongomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry’ around, the reverse featuring a mounted trooper with a soldier knelt firing a rifle at his side, ‘South African Campaign 1901’ around, unnamed, and housed in fitted case
James Love was born in St Albans, Chester in 1881, and attested for the 89th (Montgomeryshire) Company, Imperial Yeomanry at Ruabon on 12 March 1901, having previously served with the 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. He served with the Imperial Yeomanry in South Africa from 7 April 1901 until 27 August 1902, and was discharged on 3 September 1902.