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  1. General Sir Brent Spencer GCB (c. 1760 – 29 December 1828) was an Anglo-Irish officer in the British Army, seeing active service during the American Revolutionary War and the French Revolutionary Wars. During the Peninsular War he became General Wellesley's second-in-command on two occasions.

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  2. 19 de nov. de 2017 · In 1799 a new man came into Augusta’s life, Sir Brent Spencer, an Irish soldier who served under the command of Frederick, Duke of York. He joined court as an aide-de-camp to George, on whom he made a favorable impression.

  3. Augusta Sophia first met Sir Brent Spencer, a senior Anglo-Irish officer in the British Army, around 1800. As she wrote to her brother, the future King George IV , then Prince Regent, in 1812, the two had entered into an understanding around 1803, while Spencer was stationed in England.

  4. Dr. Brent Spencer is a board certified dermatologist and fellowship-trained Mohs Surgeon practicing in Frisco, TX.

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  5. Sir Brent Spencer (1760-29 December 1828) was a General of Great Britain who served in the American Revolution, French Revolutionary Wars, Haitian Revolution, and Napoleonic Wars, in the latter as the second-in-command of Arthur Wellesley.

  6. General Sir Brent Spencer GCB (1760 – 29 December 1828) was an officer in the British Army during the American Revolutionary War and French Revolutionary Wars. During the Peninsular War he became Lord Arthur Wellesley’s second-in-command on two occasions.

  7. Brent Spencer. Born 1952 Bethesda, MD (USA) Spencer is a native of northeastern Pennsylvania. His novel, The Lost Son is an exploration of a fractured nuclear family in the farming and mining country of Pennsylvania.