George R. Spencer
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CA FRM MS72
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- George Reginald Spencer
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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.
Records were donated by Mrs Joan Spurway in 1977.
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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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Times & Transcript (Moncton), "George Spencer prospered as pharmacist", 8 July 2011, Page: C12.