Henry Spence

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Henry Reginald Spence OBE (22 June 1897 – 11 September 1981) was a Scottish Unionist politician.

Spence was commissioned in the Royal Flying Corps in 1915; with No. 16 Squadron in 1916-17 and with 12 Wing RAF in 1918 (under Ginger Mitchell). He was later Area Commandant of the Air Training Corps for North-East Scotland. He was British Cross Country Ski Champion, Mürren in 1929. He worked in textile manufacturing and industry and was managing partner of a firm and director of four others.

Spence was Unionist Member of Parliament for Aberdeen and Kincardine Central from 1945–50 and for West Aberdeenshire from 1950-59. He died in Kensington and Chelsea aged 84.

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Parliament of the United Kingdom
Preceded by
Colin Thornton-Kemsley
Member of Parliament for Aberdeen and Kincardine Central
Constituency abolished
New constituency Member of Parliament for West Aberdeenshire
Succeeded by
Forbes Hendry