The 2016 Consolidated Update , the most recent supplement to the Register of Qualified Huguenot Ancestors of The National Huguenot Society, Fifth Edition 2012 is now available for purchase. Click here for full details of both the original 2012 base publication and this this new 2016 supplement and for ordering information.
Membership Application Form
New member application forms and other forms related to membership in The National Huguenot Society can now be completed on your local computer and printed for final submission. Click here for full information and to download a form now.
The National Huguenot Society now offers a $5000 one-time scholarship award for college juniors and seniors and for postgraduate students that are members of the Society. Full details are available here.
Spring 2017 "Cross of Languedoc" Available
The offical semi-annual publication of The National Huguenot Society is available online. Click here to access the current and available past editions.
- Who were the Huguenots
- The Huguenot Cross
- Important dates in Huguenot history
- Historical information:
- Bibliography of books on Huguenot history
- Links to other web sites related to Huguenot history:
- The Wars of Religion
- The Edict of Nantes
- Excerpts from the Edict of Nantes
- Presentation on Huguenot Settlement of New France
(link to presentation "Our Huguenot Ancestors: Their History and settlement in French Canada"
© Michel Barbeau 1998 used with permission of the author)
- Historic Huguenot Street, New Paltz, NY
The semi-annual General Council Meeting and luncheon of The National Huguenot Society will be held on Wednesday, 12 April 2017, at the Mayflower Renaissance Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. A meeting of the Board of General Officers (for board members only) will commence at 10:00 am that day followed by the General Council Meeting at 11:00 am and the luncheon at noon. A necrology service is planned for the early afternoon.
Full details including a schedule for the day, meeting details, luncheon costs and options, and a reservation form can be found in the Call to the Meeting and Luncheon.
Reservations are due no later than April 1, so don't delay. Mail your registration form and payment today to reserve your place on April 12.
- Huguenot ancestral name listings:
- Informational brochure about The National Huguenot Society that can be customized with individual state and personalized contact information
- Selected publications for Huguenot genealogical research
- Book reviews:
- Register of Qualified Huguenot Ancestors of The National Huguenot Society, Fifth Edition 2012
- Memory and Identity: The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora
- The Edict of Nantes, Five Essays and a New Translation
- Louise Moillon, Seventeenth Century Still-Life Artist, An Illustrated Biography
- The Huguenot Historic Sites and Burials
- Diligence and the Disappearance of Manakintown Huguenots
- French Huguenots: From Mediterranean Catholics to White Anglo-Saxon Protestants
- Other Huguenot specific web sites:
- Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz, New York
- Huguenot Society of the Founders of Manakin in Virginia
- The Huguenot Society of America
- The Huguenot Society of South Carolina
- The Huguenot Society of Australia
- The Huguenot Society of South Africa and The Huguenot Museum of South Africa
- The Huguenot Museum in historic Rochester, Kent, England , was established as a trust and registered charity in 2014. It is located just a few doors away from their sister charity, the French Hospital, which provides care for Huguenot descendants and holds astounding collections charting the history of Huguenot refugees. The museum is open to the public and provides both wheelchair access and tours for the visually impaired.
- The combined archives for genealogical and historical research of the Huguenot Library at University College London and The Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland housed at The National Archive in Kew, Richmond.
- Olive Tree Index to Huguenots & Walloons
- Cyndi's List of Huguenot Sites on the Internet
- Other sites related to genealogical research:
- The American Libraries Internet Archive contains nearly two million searchable, free texts gathered from libraries around the world. Documents may be read on-line or downloaded in multiple formats, and include thousands of rare genealogical and historical books.
- Search selected census records, the Social Security death index, military databases, immigration/naturalization records, and numerous other sources of information at either Ancestry.com or RootsWeb.com
- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints online ancestral information
- USGenWeb site for genealogical research, organized by state and county
- Genealogical resources from The National Archives
- State birth and marriage information available for a fee at Vital Check. This web site sells copies of birth, marriage, divorce and death records, and has state-by-state listings of the proper agencies to contact to order certificates directly from the source.
- Military records:
- Immigration records:
- Cemetery records:
- Cemetery Records Online database for U.S. and foreign countries
- Links to tips for genealogists, "how-to" articles, and online burial and cemetery records
- Cyndi's List links to cemetery information and records
- Find A Grave can be used as a research tool for finding the burial location of an ancestor. Since results rely solely on user entry the quality of the information will vary from perhaps a listing of dates and location to inclusion of family links and photographs.
- Adoption resources:
- With only a location to work with go to the USGS Geographic Names Information System to look up any place by feature, landmark, state or territory, population, or by a generic query.
- Current and past issues of "The Cross of Languedoc" , the semi-annual publication of The National Huguenot Society
- Membership eligibility
- Computer compatible membership forms that can be
completed on your computer, printed, and submitted, and general navigation and usage
instructions related to all the forms:
- New member application form (Rev. 09/2009)
- Dual membership application form (Rev. 03/2012)
- Member transfer form (Rev. 03/2005)
- Membership reinstatement form (Rev. 03/2005)
- Youth registration form (Rev. 01/2009)
- Death reporting form (Rev. 11/2014) used by state/chapter societies and families to report the death of a member
- Links to member chapters and state societies
- Awards and scholarships:
- Mission and objectives of The National Huguenot Society.
- Register of Qualified Huguenot Ancestors of The National Huguenot Society, Fifth Edition 2012 and the 2016 Consolidated Update
We are excited to announce that The National Huguenot Society is offering several new products for sale featuring the new logo. Information on these new products can be found by clicking on the "shop" icon to the right.
Orders for any items offered for sale by The National Huguenot Society may be submitted using the e-mail contact form and checking the button indicating you wish to order items available from the Society store. Please be sure to provide your full name, address, phone number, and email address where requested. Print the form from your browser without clicking on the "Submit" button, and mail it, together with a check made payable to The National Huguenot Society, to the office address provided on the bottom of the page.
- Insignia items for members and officers are available from Hamilton Jewelers. Please see the order form for images of the new items, prices, and ordering instructions.
Just announced: a charm designed by Pamela Wright Collections LLC exclusively for The National Huguenot Society. See the full details here.
- Publications, books, and reference works
Just announced: a 67% price reduction in the purchase price of the beautiful full-color book Louise Moillon: Seventeenth Century Still-Life Artist, An Illustrated Biography, by Helen Chastain Sowa. Click for full details and an order form.
- "Evening Hymn" Notecards (temporarily out of stock)
Handcrafted Huguenot Cross
pins and necklace pendants in 18K gold, 14K gold, or sterling silver, as well as earrings,
tie tac/lapel pins, gentlemen's ring, and cufflinks can be purchased commercially from
Chuck Norton, Jeweler,
of Marietta, GA.
(Please Note: although this establishment is not in any way affiliated with The National Huguenot Society, it does support Huguenot Libraries. A portion of the proceeds from each sale is sent to the purchaser's society of choice, so please insure you indicate you would like the proceeds from your purchase sent to The National Huguenot Society.)
- Bronze grave markers for members of The National Huguenot Society from Classic Bronze Resources LLC of Cincinnati, OH.