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The Huguenot Heritage Webring promotes the history and heritage of the French Huguenots, and encourages the study of the family history and genealogy of all those with Huguenot ancestors. It serves as an international link of Huguenot societies, Huguenot museums and memorials, and includes websites containing the family history and genealogy of Huguenot surnames.

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   Huguenot Crosses Preview Go
Huguenot Cross Jewelry, Handcrafted in the US by Huguenot Descendents, in 14k, 18k and Silver, also links to other Huguenot Society and family webpages. A portion of the proceeds is donated to your local Huguenot Society when mentioned with your order.
   De Buys Genealogy Preview Go
De Buys genealogy covering the descendants of Jean De Bus, the French Huguenot from Pas-De-Calais who arrived in the Cape (South Africa) onboard De Oosterland on 25 April 1688.
   Barbara Carroll Volz Smith's Family Preview Go
Family Group Sheets & Descendant Outlines, as well as as many pictures as can be found of my family lines: two Huguenot families - the BRASHEARs & the DUVALLs; several old line Southern families including the BARBERs, CAMPBELLs, CARROLLs, PORTERs, TAYLORs, WATKINS, & WIMBERLYs; more%

   The Vermont Huguenot Society Homepage Preview Go
The official homepage of the Vermont Huguenot Society with info about the Huguenots, ways to resaerch your Huguenot ancestors, and more.
A history and genealogy resource site on Huguenot Isaac LeFevre of 1669 and his descendants. Features an online presentation of THE PENNSYLVANIA LeFEVRES published by the LeFevre Cemetery and Historical Association, along with other related works.
   Huguenot's and farms in Cape, South Africa Preview Go
My Huguenot ancestors and location of Huguenot farms in South Africa
   Viljoen Family Homepage Preview Go
Viljoen is a well known surname of French Huguenot origin. The founding parents were Francois Villion (a French Huguenot refugee) and Cornelia Campenaar (from the Netherlands), who were married at the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, in 1676. The homepage describes the history and genealogy of the first generations after settling in South Africa, and gives a general historical
   Pat Patterson's Pages Preview Go
Biographical notes and published records of Philippe du Trieux, Huguenot immigrant to New Amsterdam in 1624.
   Stonerock and LeVan Family in Oklahoma Preview Go
This site contains info about the families of Stonerock and LeVan.
   THE DAWNING Preview Go
This site is the product of 27 years of research on my English, Irish, Italian and French Huguenot Ancestors. The Howells, Hortons, Dubose, and many allied lines are included in this attempt to present them.

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