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SPENCER, (Bill) William Allison

SPENCER, (Bill) William Allison - 88, died peacefully Thursday, 
December 5, 2002, in Dartmouth General Hospital.

Gentle, kind, humorous and generous, he was loved and respected by all who knew him. 
A lifetime member of the International Association of Lions 
and of Lions Club Foundation Districts 41 and 42, 
he was a member for 55 years, and a long-time member of the Royal Canadian Legion. 
He served his country during the Second World War as Lance -Sergeant 
in the Netherlands as well as in Belgium and France. 

Born in Dartmouth, 
he was a son of the the late Arthur Farrington Spencer and Gladys (Wilson) Spencer. 

Loving brother, he is survived by Sisters, 

Marjorie Crooks, Dartmouth; 
Helen Conrod, Eastern Passage; Grace Miller, Shubenacadie; Florence Ring, Dartmouth, 
Shirley Restrick, Ontario; 


Ronald Ackles, British Columbia; Allan Spencer, Milford; 
Eldon Spencer, Dartmouth; 
dear grandson, Shawn Kemp, with whom he lived; many countless friends. 
He was predeceased by his former wife, Evelyn (Roue) Spencer (Dartmouth). 

Cremation has taken place. 
The funeral service will be conducted at 3 p.m. 
Tuesday in First Baptist Church, 100 Ochterloney St., Dart- mouth, 
Pastor Bud Hooper officiating.  

Interment will occur in the Netherlands At 
Almelo General Cemetery "Groenendeal" on May 14 12:00. 
In lieu of flowers, donations to the SPCA, 
Canadian Diabetes Association or a charity of choice.

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From The Maple leaf Tuesday November 27 1945
The pilot's name was Gerald Hood Flying officer 178869
100 sqn., Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

The two members of the Geheime Feld-Polizei L.Schweinberger and O.Sandrock
where executed on Dec 13th 1945 in Hameln.
The two others H.Wiegner and F.Hegeman,
where sentenced to 15 yrs imprisonment.
F.Hegeman was set free in 1950 because witnesses,
pleated for him as being a good German
he always treated prisinors well and sometimes
even smuggled in Food and letters for them.

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Gerald Hood's Grave at Almelo General Cemetery.

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The memorial at the Vloedbeld in Zenderen.
This is not the exact spot where they where shot the actual spot had to be cleared because of a landfill.
The Dutch civilian was Bote van der Wal a student from Nijverdal The Netherlands

All Photo's The Hins