1881 Born Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire, Scotland
1891 census at Ramoyle, Dunblane
|KERMACK, George||Head||Married||M||49||1842|| Clerk Of Works
|KERMACK, Mary||Wife||Married||F||45||1846||Kirkcaldy, Fife|
|KERMACK, Marion F||Daughter||F||14||1877||Kirriemuir, Forfar|
|KERMACK, Isabella||Daughter||F||13||1878|| Scholar
|KERMACK, George||Son||M||10||1881||Kirkcaldy, Fife|
|KERMACK, Eliz J||Daughter||F||5||1886||Glasgow, Lanarkshire|
|KERMACK, William A||Son||M||3||1888||Glasgow, Lanarkshire|
1901 census at 10 Marchmont Crest, Edinburgh. He is a Law Clerk rooming there.
1914 Dec 7. The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). Temporary Lieutenant George Kermack, from a Reserve Battalion, to be temporary Lieutenant. Dated 2nd October, 1915, but with seniority from 7th December, 1914. He appears to have been commissioned as a Lt rather than 2nd Lt.
1915 Oct 10. Landed in France
1916 Jan 28. The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles). The undermentioned temporary Lieutenants to be temporary Captains: — George Kermack. D
1919 Apr 17 . Scot. Rifles. Temp. Capt. G. Kermack relinquishes his commission on account of ill-health caused by wounds, and retains the rank of Capt.
1920 Nov 10. Joined ADRIC with service no 1019. Posted to J Coy.
1921 Jul 1. Relinquishes position of A/CQM
1921 Jul 7. "Permitted to resign on disciplinary grounds"
1922 - 1923 He appears as a solicitor in a number of Scottish Papers, but no mention of him after 1923.
1926 Leaves UK for Canada. He is a Solicitor. His mother Mrs J A Kermack plus wife and 2 children are at 25 King Street, Stirling.. He is looking for a similar job in Canada.
1937 Many press stories about his work with Canadian Legion.
1951 Mar. Died at his home in Ottawa aged 70