French Helpers: Vaucherot to Vigoroux

Page 1300796, Vaucherot to Vaussourd

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Page 1300797, Vautard to Vaxlaite

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Page 1300798, Vayda to Veith

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Page 1300799, Vejux to Vencon

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Page 1300800, Vendeville to Verbeke

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Page 1300801, Verbeken to Verdier

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Page 1300802, Verdier to Verges

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Page 1300803, Verges to Verhague

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Page 1300804, Verhalle to Verleye

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Page 1300805, Verleye to Vernet

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Page 1300806, Vernet-Vidal to Veron

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Page 1300807, Verot to Verrier

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Page 1300808, Verroquet to Vervisch

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Page 1300809, Very to Viadu-Vendrell

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Page 1300810, Vial to Viard

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Page 1300811, Viart to Vidal

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Page 1300812, Vidal to Vidiella

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Page 1300813, Vidil to Viet

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Page 1300814, Vietry to Vigneau

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Page 1300815, Vigneau to Vigouroux

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One response to “French Helpers: Vaucherot to Vigoroux

  1. I am interested to find out the origins of the above documents as I am studying the story of Huguette Verhague and want to know where I can find official documentation on her.

    Alex.

    The list of French helpers on this website shows Huguette Verhague living at “Abbe de Mortemer Nr Lisors (Eure)”. She was identified as a Grade 5 in terms of her importance in the escape lines. (A Grade 1 was someone who was the head of a major escape line. Grade 6 was someone who was only slightly involved. For a more detailed explanation of the award grades, see http://www.evasioncomete.org/TxtAwards2.html. She received 30,000 francs for her expenses. The list of French helpers, officially known as “Register of Helpers, I.S.9 (Awards Bureau) Paris” was copied at the The National Archives at Kew, London. You can contact them about getting a copy of the file they have on her. If you are in the US, you may want to see if there is a file on her at National Archives II in College Park, MD. You can either contact the archives staff directly (see https://wwii-netherlands-escape-lines.com/research/national-archives-research/) or hire a professional researcher. I would recommend Gene Buck who can be reached at ebuck43@aol.com. He will combine research requests to keep down costs. See the FAQ on this website at https://wwii-netherlands-escape-lines.com/faqs/faqs-resistance/ for further suggestions.

    Bruce Bolinger

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