Earl Winfield SPENCER JR.

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AmericanBorn Earl Winfield SPENCER JR.

Pioneering U.S. Navy pilot, first husband of Wallis Simpson, who later went on to marry Edward VIII

Born on September 20, 1888 in Kinsley, Kansas , United States

Died on May 29, 1950 in Coronado, California , United States

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Known as Win, he was born in Kinsley, Kansas, son of Earl Winfield Spencer Sr., a socially prominent Chicago stockbroker, and the former Agnes Lucy Hughes of Jersey. He attended Racine College in Racine, Wisconsin. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1910 and in 1917 was sent to San Diego with instructions to set up a permanent naval air station, which was to be used for training exercises, and he became its first commanding officer.



© Copyright Wikipédia authors - This article is under licence CC BY-SA 3.0 ...   Known as Win, he was born in Kinsley, Kansas, son of Earl Winfield Spencer Sr., a socially prominent Chicago stockbroker, and the former Agnes Lucy Hughes of Jersey. He attended Racine College in Racine, Wisconsin. He graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1910 and in 1917 was sent to San Diego with instructions to set up a permanent naval air station, which was to be used for training exercises, and he became its first commanding officer.



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