Henry Kilgour ‘Harry’ Mercer1888

Name
Henry Kilgour ‘Harry’ Mercer
Given names
Henry Kilgour
Surname
Mercer
Nickname
Harry
Birth 5 January 1888 26 26
Census 5 April 1891 (Age 3)
Address: 17a Castle Street, Cupar
Birth of a sisterAgnes Dunsire Mercer
9 April 1892 (Age 4)
Census 31 March 1901 (Age 13)
Address: Torryburn
Birth of a sisterChristina Douglas Mercer
27 April 1903 (Age 15)
Immigration 5 October 1910 (Age 22)
MarriageAnnie D. RossView this family
30 August 1913 (Age 25)

Death of a brotherSecond Lieutenant Andrew Mercer
22 October 1915 (Age 27)

Note: Wounded in action at Hohenzollern Redoubt, Battle of Loos 13/Oct/1915. Died of wounds at le Touquet, 22/Oct/1915.
Death of a motherJanet Barclay Kilgour
1933 (Age 44)

Death of a sisterAgnes Dunsire Mercer
15 July 1940 (Age 52)
Death of a fatherGeorge Brown Mercer
1951 (Age 62)

Deathyes

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 3 January 1881Bleachfield, Leven, Fife, Scotland
5 months
elder brother
2 years
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
2 years
himself
4 years
younger sister
11 years
younger sister
Family with Annie D. Ross - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: 30 August 1913
daughter
daughter
son
daughter

Census1891 Scottish Census - George Brown Mercer and Janet Barclay Kilgour household

440 Cupar / Fife, Book 005, page ?, sched 51 Address: 17a Castle Street, Cupar Number rooms with one or more windows 4

NameRelationMCAgeSexOccupationEmREmDEmNBirthplaceInfirm
George MercerHeadM29MPolice ConstableYFife, Lochgelly
Janet MercerwifeM29FFife, Scoonie
Andrew MercersonS9MScholarFife, Scoonie
Janet MercerdaughterS7FScholarFife, Scoonie
George MercersonS5MScholarFife, Wemyss
Henry MercersonS3MFife, Scoonie

Census1901 Scottish Census - George Brown Mercer - Household

Torryburn, Fife, Scotland

NameRelationMCAgeSexOccupationEmployWHBirthplaceInfirm
George Brown MercerHeadM39MPolice ConstableFife, Lochgelly
Janet Barclay MercerwifeM39FP. Constable's WifeFife, Leven
Janet Barclay MercerdaughterS17FDamask LayerWorkerFife, Leven
George Kilgour MercersonS15MPainter's ApprenticeWorkerFife, Buckhaven
Henry Kilgour MercersonS13MScholarFife, Leven
Agnes Dunsire MercerdaughterS8FScholarFife, Carnock
Janet B. KilgourMother in LawW64FFife, Kennoway
Geo KilgourNephewS6MFife, Leven
Jessie KilgourNieceS4FFife, Leven

Notes: Rooms with one or more windows: 3

Immigration
Harry and George Mercer immigrate Travelled on the 'Zieten' from Belgium arriving in Fremantle (Western Australia) on 5th December 1910. Harry was registered as Hardie K. Mercer (maybe an accent or spelling error) and paid 15 pound. Also present is 'George K. Mercer'. Both listed as Painter by trade, though Harry was a Baker.