Pearson, Betty May

Title

Pearson, Betty May
B M Pearson

Description

An oral history interview with Betty Pearson (b. 1928) She lived in Lincoln and discusses her brother-in-law William Mollison Walton
The collection was catalogued by IBCC Digital Archive staff.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

2018-03-12

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Identifier

Pearson, BM

Collection Items

Her brother-in-law William Mollison Walton, after training to be a pilot in Canada, was based at RAF Swinderby with 97 Squadron. In 1944 his aircraft was attacked and he baled out. He spent two days on a small island where he buried his parachute,…
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