|Seen|| "Let Loose the Dogs"|
"Anything You Can Do..."
"Raised On Robbery"
|Relationships|| Murdoch's Mother|
William Murdoch, son
Jasper Linney, son
|Job||Fisherman (Nova Scotia)|
In 1895, in Toronto, Harry found himself at the Manchester Terrier. He was drunk and betting on Rat-baiting. Harry lost the match to John Delaney and started a small brawl with Delaney. A short while later, Delaney was found murdered and Harry was found passed out drunk nearby. He was arrested and held at Station House Four for the crime ("Let Loose the Dogs").
Detective William Murdoch was quick to believe the worst about his father whom he hadn't seen since the death of his mother. In fact, William always held his father responsible for his mother's death. She and Harry were fighting on the night she died. Harry explained that she tripped and hit her head on the hearth. She had a concussion which led to dizziness and she later fell into the water and drowned ("Let Loose the Dogs").
After Harry was exonerated and released he admitted to William that he was a drunk and a poor father but he never hit either William or his wife. He told William he heard things were good "out west" and left Toronto for Vancouver ("Let Loose the Dogs").
Harry had become involved in a scheme to sell worthless mining shares. He was a victim, but he, William and, to William's surprise, William's half brother, Jasper Linney, who is a member of the Mounted Police. During the stand off, Harry tells much about the lives of members of his family ("Anything You Can Do..."). Murdoch calls him out for lying though. Harry and his sons are able to foil the murder intentions of the other men and lock them up. Afterwards, he leaves, disappearing once more, but may return again.