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- Vacher: Vacher is a surname of the French origin. Its literal translation means a keeper of stock or cattle or a herdsman but is generally used by people whose
- Émile Vacher: Émile Vacher (1883-1969) was a French accordionist associated with, and often deemed the creator of, the bal-musette genre. Sous les toits de paris /
- Georges Vacher de Lapouge: Count Georges Vacher de Lapouge (12 December 1854, in Neuville-de-Poitou – 20 February 1936, in Poitiers) was a French anthropologist and a theoretician
- Paul Vacher: Paul Vacher (pronounced: [pɔl vaʃe]) (died 1975) was a French perfumer. Vacher created Le Galion fragrances, trademarked in 1936. He worked at Guerlain
- Chris Vacher: Christopher George Vacher (born 3 December 1951) is a British television presenter, best known as a long-serving main anchor of BBC West's flagship regional
- Lac-Vacher, Quebec: Lac-Vacher is an unorganized territory in the Côte-Nord region of Quebec, Canada, part of Caniapiscau Regional County Municipality. It is named after Lake
- Thomas Brittain Vacher: Thomas Brittain Vacher (1805–1880) was a British lithographer, legal stationer, and printer. He founded Vacher's Parliamentary Companion, a parliamentary
- Joseph Vacher: Joseph Vacher (November 16, 1869 – December 31, 1898) was a French serial killer, sometimes known as "The French Ripper" or "L'éventreur du Sud-Est" ("The
- William Herbert Vacher: William Herbert Vacher (ca.1826 in London – 1899 in Hastings, England) was a prominent British merchant and banker who was a member of the Shanghai Municipal
- Sydney Vacher: Sydney Vacher was an English architect. He was the son of Thomas Brittain Vacher (1805–80). He entered partnership with Evelyn Hellicar in the late