Thanks for the compliment Snegurochka.
I'd found another very interesting fact about Vyrobova. She was thoroughly familiar with Mannerheim.
In 1940, when Vyborg was transfered to the Soviet union, she going to Finland and live temporarily near the town Kiorio. Vyrubuva was afraid and wrote a letter to Mannerheim.
At her request, Marshal Mannerheim, wrote the following letter:
"Over thirty(!) years I am familiar with Mrs. Anna Taneyeva, with her parents and respected by many members of their family, and I ask that all those who will be in contact with the Mrs. Taneeva - much to suffered woman, moreover, became disabled after train accident - would be with her sympathetically and with understanding."
Helsinki. June 11, 1940. Military Marshal Mannerheim.
The letter reassured and gave a sense of security to Anna Vyrubova.