Fonds MS72 - George R. Spencer

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George R. Spencer

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CA FRM MS72

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  • 1918-1919 (Creation)
    Creator
    George Reginald Spencer

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(1897-)

Biographical history

George Spencer, born 30 Nov 1897, in Moncton. He was the son of druggist George O. Spencer and Agnes H. Stenhouse. He trained as a pharmacist and enlisted in the Medical Corps at Camp Sussex on 26 May 1918. He transferred to the Neww Brunswick Military Hospital in Fredericton where he served in 1918 -1919. He married Edith Zetilla Kerr (daughter of Peter Andrew Kerr and Vida Zetella Gladman) on 22 March 1922 in Moncton, New Brunswick.

Custodial history

Records were donated by Mrs Joan Spurway in 1977.

Scope and content

The series consists of records dealing with George R. Spencer's service, 1918 – 1919.

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The records (FRM acc 1977.2), donated by Mrs Joan Spurway in 1977.

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Provincial Archives of New Brunswick

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MC300 York-Sunbury Historical Society Collection

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1977

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Sources

Times & Transcript (Moncton), "George Spencer prospered as pharmacist", 8 July 2011, Page: C12.

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