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.
- v. Drongelen, Rombout, B23, Vrijhoeve, Capelle (5)
- Gouda, Jan, B12, Vrijhoeve, Capelle (5)
- De Groot, Spranger, Wid., C116 , Sprang-Capelle (5)
- De Groot, Pieter Arie, D99, Capelle (5)
- Hoefnagel, Jan Hendrik, Winterdijk A436, Sprang-Capelle (6)
- Konings, Okkers, Heltje, Nieuwervaart D245, Capelle (5)
- Kuysten, Adriaan S., A230, Sprang-Capelle (3)
- Kuysten, Joh. Hendr., A175, Sprang-Capelle (5)
- Kuysten, Leen, A175, Sprang-Capelle (3)
- Lummel, no first name, Sprang (nil)
- Mes, Hendrik, C230 Wintersdyk, Capelle (5)
- Oerlemans, S.A., Hoogevart C28, Vrijhoeve-Capelle (5)
- Sirag, Abraham, A177, Sprang (5)
- Smit, Adrianus, B3, Sprang-Capelle (5)
- Verduyn, Cornelis, W.v. Gentsvaart D224, ‘s-Grevelduin-Capelle (5)
- Van Wylen, Adriaan L., D190c, Sprang-Capelle (1)
- Van Wylen, Adriaan Jr., D190c, Sprang-Capelle (5)
Dear all, the name above: Hoefnagel, Jan Hendrik, Winterdijk A436, Sprang-Capelle, is my wife’s grandfather. I would like to know more about this man and about the pilot he rescued. Can anywone provide me information? Thank you.
Hi I’m also doing some research and would simply like to know if this man lived in Australia following WW2, specifically in the suburb of North Carlton in Victoria.