(Left to right: Past President Suzanne Black, Outgoing President Susan Shaylor, President David Wiley,
Ellen Hale, Becky West, Lena Wiley, Virginia Cowden, Liz Jaeger, Sandra Saloman, David Hubert)
The Georgia Branch of The Huguenot Society of the Founders of Manakin in the Colony of Virginia installed new officers at the Fall Meeting on October 7, 2017 with Past President Suzanne Black presiding.
Manakin Georgia Branch Officers 2017-2019
President: David Wiley
1st Vice-President: Ellen Hale
2nd Vice-President: Becky West
3rd Vice-President: Lena Wiley
Recording Secretary: Lynn Tate
Corresponding Secretary: Sandra Salmon
Treasurer: David Hubert
Registrar: Liz Jaeger
Chaplain: Virginia Cowden
Historian: Pat Ellinger
Librarian: Lynn Brackey
Auditor: Charlotte Christian
Parliamentarian: Carolyn Hanf
Officers pictured are (seated, left to right) Historian Patricia Ellinger, President David Wiley, Parliamentarian Carolyn Hanf, and Advisor Susan Shaylor, (standing, left to right) 2nd Vice President Rebecca West, 1st Vice President Ellen Hale, Treasurer David Hubert, 3rd Vice President Lena Wiley, Registrar Liz Yeager, Corresponding Secretary Sandra Salmon, Recording Secretary Lynne Tate, and Chaplain Virginia Cowden.
We welcome prospective members, and are more than happy to assist you with your application and get you started in the right direction with your research. To qualify for membership, you must document an unbroken line of descent from one of the founders of the Manakin Colony or from a Huguenot who lived in Virginia prior to 1786.
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