In B.A.A.G. documents he is referred to by his codename "Night". eg see: http://gwulo.com/node/14768
Sir Vandeleur was born on July 28, 1881.
I've written about his experience during the early stages of the Japanese occupation here:
The later occupation here:
His death here:
And this post gives a brief sketch of his pre-war career, although most of it is about the two writers Auden and Isherwood, who interviewed Grayburn in 1938:
Thanks Brian, I've updated his details. Reading your notes about him, he comes across as a brave and decent man.
Coincidentally Chester Bennet's name came up in a conversation this week, so I sent them straight along to your site to learn more!
BAAG Roll of Honour.
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