The first names of streets being used in our countryside are common names. It served, first and foremost, to describe the place in order to better situate it.
The street of "meuniers" - millers - is the street where the mill stood. In the street "briqueterie" - brickyard -, there were the brick ovens. The street "d'en Bas" below, is situated lower than the others.
The proper names will be used later, with names dedicated in memory of local figures, who have shapes our history. There are some streets below have disappeared or have changed.
Street named dedicated to Alcide BOUTARD, former mayor.
In remembrance to M. Alfred THUILLIER.
St reet unveiled in 1988 by Malcom LEADER.
Manufacture of bricks in this street.
Rue d'en Bas:
As its name indicates the street is lower than other streets.
Street created after the war 39 in memory of prisoners interned in a concentration camp.
Street of Folle Emprise, crazy enterprise or Folle Empire (in the old postcards).
Gare (Station's street):
Street access to the station in the past became Leon THUILLIER's name.
The main street
Street named in memory of Leon THUILLIER in 1917.
Major General Martin led the 5th Brigade of Australians based to Vignacourt in 14-18.
Street named in memory of M. GODARD-DUBUC.
Street Hornas near the railway line. (very old name)
Moulin de Pierre:
Street wherewas a mill.
Became the "Déportés" 'street (prisoners in a concentration camp), after the war 39.
Vert galant's district:
King Henri IV nickname.