I'm struggling to wrap my brain around this and would appreciate some advice please.
Are there situations where it is appropriate to use Who immediately after Whom?
Here's my example from a story I'm writing (the text is from a faux historian)
While one can understand the actions of a lonely few – some of whom who perhaps did make good their escape...
When I try it with just the whom it sounds wrong. I'm unsure if I'm just getting super confused with tenses here but this is the second time I've tried to word a sentence like this and its annoying me that I can't get it right. Previously I just ended up reworking it to avoid the issue altogether, but I feel it should be possible to construct in this way.
In my head if I was saying this as an aside in conversation right now, I might say:
some of them who perhaps did make good on their escape...
So is it ok to substitute them with whom?
Suggestions gratefully received!