A few days ago I visited a cemetery in the small French town of Mouchard in the Jura to see the grave of my second cousin Seth Plant who was shot whilst escaping in 1940. He was part of a group of 10 men who escaped from Besancon castle through the sewers from the the kitchen. Two of the group escaped capture, seven were re-captured and Seth was shot dead. He was a baker in civvy life and a baker in the R.A.S.C. It's possible that someone on this forum knows a bit more about the circumstances and about the survivors of that escape. I would really appreciate any further info. His service number was S 128840 and was a Private.