The Graves of John Graysham and Albert James Berry Captioned 'The graves of Johhny and Red Berry'.
Roy Maddock-Lyon's Caterpillar Club membership card and a newspaper cutting about the Caterpillar Club.

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The Graves of John Graysham and Albert James Berry Captioned 'The graves of Johhny and Red Berry'.
Roy Maddock-Lyon's Caterpillar Club membership card and a newspaper cutting about the Caterpillar Club.

Description

Item 1 is an image of the graves of F/O Grayshan and Serg Berry, captioned 'The graves of Jonny and Red Berry'.
Item 2 is a Caterpillar Club membership card issued to Sgt Roy Maddock-Lyon, captioned 'Caterpillar Club Membership Card.'
Item 3 is a newspaper cutting referring to 20,000 'Escapers' belonging to the Caterpillar Club, captioned 'Over 20000 Escapers.'

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IBCC Digital Archive

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Georgie Donaldson

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Format

One photograph, one printed card and one newspaper cutting on an album page

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SMaddockLyonR2205669v10017

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Transcription

[photograph]
The graves of Jonny and Red Berry
[page break]
[photograph]
Caterpillar Club Membership Card.

[newspaper cutting]
Over 20,000 ‘Escapers’
MEMBERSHIP of the Caterpillar Club, Britain’s most famous “escapers” organisation, has topped the 20,000 mark after six years of war.
Membership is confined to those who have made forced descents by parachutes. Nearly 10,000 men have had their claims ratified within the last nine months. Among them are a large number of P.o.W.
Among the members are Wing Commander Bader, two V.C.s – Squadron Leader J. B. Nicholson and Flight-Lieutenant Reid – and Air Vice-Marshall Bennett, the Pathfinder chief who landed in Sweden.
Members are planning a big V-celebration when the war prisoners return home.

Over 20,000 Escapers.

Citation

“The Graves of John Graysham and Albert James Berry Captioned 'The graves of Johhny and Red Berry'.
Roy Maddock-Lyon's Caterpillar Club membership card and a newspaper cutting about the Caterpillar Club.,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 14, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/10471.

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