James Mercer

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James Mercer

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  • 1896

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Janet Thompson of Morningside, Campbell Town Tasmania was the second wife of James Mercer. He inherited the the property Morningside after the death of his wifes parents. They had three daughters Kathleen Mercer, lost when the Holyman air liner, Miss Hobart, disappeared over Bass Strait in 1934 and Georgina- Mrs. Henry Brock (‘Lawrenny estate at Ouse’) and Alice - Mrs. Emerson Bayles

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AU TAS UTAS SPARC M15

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