Mercer Adam, Maughan Mercer 26.apr.1860-14.dec.1924 England Lincolnshire, Boston Skirbeck - Surrey, Farnham
physician, surgeon, mainly in the British Army, 1887 LRCP (Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians) and LRCS (Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons) from Edinburgh University, 1887 LFPS (Licentiate of the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons) from Glasgow University, born and 1861 residing with his parents, 3 siblings and 3 servants (ladys maid, nursemaid, housemaid) at Cheyney Street in Boston, 1890 physician at 24 Market Street in London Mayfair, 1891 as lieutenant in the 3th Bataillon of the Royal Berkshire Regiment lodging at Oakley Green in Braywood Berkshire, 1907 as officer in the British Army and 1911 as company director residing with his widowed sister and 3 servants (sick nurse, cook, partner maid) at Dormer Cottage on Brackendale Road in Camberley Surrey, at death still residing there ; son of physician/surgeon Andrew Mercer Adam (Scotland, Glasgow 1830-13.nov.1895 Boston) and Marion Blount (Scotland, Dumfries 1831-1878 Boston) who married 5.nov.1850 in Barony Scotland ; he never married

Title Parts

[] A pledge of love. Song
words by Uhland, translated by Andrew Mercer-Adam
music Maughan Mercer Adam
pub Chappell & Co., London 1886

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