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Markham, Berylorig. Beryl Clutterbuck
(born Oct. 26, 1902, Leicester, Leicestershire, Eng.—died Aug. 3, 1986, Nairobi, Kenya) British pilot, adventurer, and writer. Raised in British East Africa, she became a horse trainer and breeder, training several Kenya Derby winners. Turning to aviation, she carried goods, people, and mail to far corners of Africa, and in 1936 she made a historic east-to-west solo flight across the North Atlantic from England to Cape Breton Island. In 1942 she published her celebrated memoir, West with the Night.
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