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Hugh Mercer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hugh Mercer (January 17, 1726 – January 12, 1777) was a soldier and physician. He initially served with British forces during the Seven Years' War but later became ...

Hugh Mercer Elementary School | Fredericksburg City Public ...

Information about kindergarten registration and orientation, faculty and staff, school calendar, student work, and photo album.

Hugh W. Mercer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Early life. Hugh W. Mercer, the son of Hugh Tenant Weedon Mercer and his wife Louisa Griffin, was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia, to a wealthy and well-known family.

American Revolution General Hugh Mercer - Education

Hugh Mercer was Scotsman who served as a surgeon in the Jacobite army at the Battle of Culloden and later as brigadier general in the Continental Army ...

Hugh Mercer dies from wounds received in Battle of ...

On this day in History, Hugh Mercer dies from wounds received in Battle of Princeton on Jan 12, 1777. Learn more about what happened today on History.

Hugh Mercer (1725 - 1777) - Find A Grave Memorial

Birth: 1725 New Pitsligo Aberdeenshire, Scotland: Death: Jan. 12, 1777 Princeton Mercer County New Jersey, USA: Revolutionary War Continental Brigadier General.

Hugh Mercer, Sr., Gen. (1726 - 1777) - Genealogy

Genealogy for Hugh Mercer, Sr., Gen. (1726 - 1777) family tree on Geni, with over 150 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

Hugh Mercer | LinkedIn

View Hugh Mercer’s professional profile on LinkedIn. LinkedIn is the world's largest business network, helping professionals like Hugh Mercer discover inside ...

Hugh Mercer · George Washington's Mount Vernon

In the summer of 1776, when British military operations shifted from New England to the Mid-Atlantic, George Washington dispatched Brigadier General Hugh Mercer to ...

Hugh Mercer - Pennsylvania State University

Mercer, Hugh Born: January 27, 1726, in Roseharty, Scotland Died: January 12, 1777, in Princeton, New Jersey Vocations: Surgeon, Businessman, Doctor, Soldier