Resources on Virginia Huguenots
Our prime research sources
You may search the library catalog and the index of published genealogy material in the Index of The Huguenot magazine
Full index to The Huguenot magazine on our site
"The Huguenots in Virginia" from The French Blood in America. Lucien Fosdick.
A Brief History of the Manakin Huguenots, Rev. Wilbur M. Sims
History of the Religious Wars in France before the Edict of Nantes
Huguenots and the Galleys from The Huguenots in France and America. Hannah Lee.
The King and the Huguenots. From Will and Ariel Durant, The Age of Louis XIV.
The Journey to Manakin Town, Virginia, in 1700, Ann Woodlief
The Huguenot Exiles, or, The Times of Louis XIV. Historical novel by Eliza A. DuPuy, 1856, on Lefevre, Chastain families.
"Our French Connection" by Ted Klein. Article on French Huguenot heritages of Melungeons (including Crockett, Mullins, and Ramey--all Va Huguenots)
Here's to the Ladies, Carol Cason
The Huguenots. Harry Kollatz, Jr. Richmond Magazine, April 2003.
Experiences of the French Huguenots in America - The King's Refugees. Colonel James Tompkins Watson, 1908. Excerpts.
A Huguenot Family of the XVI Century. The Memoirs of Philippe de Mornay, Sieur du Plessis Marly, Written by His Wife. Translated by Lucy Crump. [1926?]
The Huguenots in America: A Refugee People in New World Society.Jon Butler. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. 1983.
Memory and Identity: The Huguenots in France and the Atlantic Diaspora. Bertrand Van Ruymbeke and Randy Sparks, editors.
Diligence and Disappearance of the Manakintown Huguenots. Alison Wehr Alterich.
The Virgin Blue by Tracy Chevalier, 1997.[novel]
Huguenot Heritage: the History and Contribution of the Huguenots in Britain. English Historical Review, Nov, 2002, by John Miller
Huguenot Heritage: The History and Contribution of the Huguenots in Britain by Robin Gwynn. 2nd edition, 2000.
Huguenot Heartland: Montauban and Southern French Calvinism during the Wars of Religion by Philip Conner. (St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History). Aldershot, Hampshire and Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate, 2002.
While the following general, state society, and family sites are maintained by individuals or businesses which have no connection to, nor are they verified by the Society, many are useful resources. To have your link listed here, please contact the Manakin Web Coordinator at Webster at huguenotmanakin.org.
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Huguenot and French Genealogy Resources
Family Search (LDS)
Geneanet: Find Your French Ancestors
Family Researcher. A good place for beginners to start.
Genealogy Forum Huguenot Resource Center
The Effects of the Huguenot Diaspora in the American Revolution
The Huguenot Web Site
Huguenots in Virginia
Immigrant Ships Transcribers Guild
The National Huguenot Society
Ludington, Daniel. The Migration to Manakin Town.
Olive Tree Genealogy Huguenot Refugees
List of Qualified Huguenot Ancestors
[emigration places not given]
Powhatan County, Virginia Links: Virginia GenWeb.
Includes the Register Containing the Baptisms made in the Church of the French Refugees at Mannikintown in Virginia, in the Parish of King William. In the Year of our Lord, 1721, the 25th March. -- Done by James Soblet, Clerk.
Henrico County, Richmond City Virginia GenWeb
Goochland County. Virginia GenWeb
Other State Huguenot Societies
Virginia Huguenot Family Sites
An Agee Site
Facebook: Agee Family Organization
Bondurant Family Association
Pierre Chastain Family Association.
The Descendants of Michel DesLoges
The Fontaine-Maury Society
Martin Family: Huguenot Emigrants on the James River
The Michaux-St. James foundation
Prevatt(e) Historical Society Page
Sublett Family History
A Trabue family history
Other Related On-line Resources
The Little Night-Cap: A Story of the French Huguenots
The story of the rescue of Susannah Rochette (Michaux), by Rev. W. D. Morton
Huguenot Cross Jewelry
Quality jewelry created by Chuck Norton.