Hilvarenbeek and Biest-Houtakker

The following name(s) were compiled from the list at The National Archives of the U.K. of Dutch helpers of Allied airmen and other military personnel during World War II who were trying to evade capture by the Germans.  The names have been sorted by city and town.  For a further discussion of the list and caveats relating to its use, click here.
  • Backx, Theodorus, F.L. Sgt. Mntd. Pol. Barr.        (5)
  • Beerens, Helena, Gelderstr. A 172                         (6)
  • Van Geel, Jac., Groenendaal                                   (5)
  • Van Geel, Petrus, Voortschepad A315                  (5)
  • v. Gestel, Pieter, Biest Houtakker C40                   (5)
  • Van Halteren, C.J., Kleinloo B114                           (5)
  • v.d. Hegelen, no 1st name, no street add.            (6)
  • van der Heyden, Eugene, B27 Diessenscheweg (3)
  • van der Heyden, J.C., B27 Diessenscheweg         (5 post.)
  • van der Heyden, G.H., B27 Diessenscheweg        (5)
  • van der Heyden, M.F., B27 Diessenscheweg       (5 post.)
  • Joosten, Jan, Kasteel Gorp                                       (5)
  • Landman, Paulus W.A., Gelderstr. 4                      (3)
  • Leermakers, Piet A., Biest Houtakker                    (5 post.)
  • Naaijkens, Joh. J.J., Gelderstr.                                 (5)
  • Putters, J.H.N., Gelderstr. 44                                   (5)
  • Soontiens, Theodor, Markt 239                              (5)
  • Vogels, Theod. A.M., Groenendaal                        (5 post.)

One response to “Hilvarenbeek and Biest-Houtakker

  1. Hans van Gestel

    Hello,

    Is there anything more known (written) about my father Pieter van Gestel, number 5 on the list ? I googled his name but didn’t get any results. Maybe you can tell me if there is anything more to find him about the period of WWII.

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