5 edition of Huguenot Emigration To Virginia . . . found in the catalog.
Huguenot Emigration To Virginia . . .
Robert A. Brock
June 28, 2005
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||255|
Because of the emigration of Huguenots and Walloons into Britain, more than 28 French churches were established in the city of London alone between and The Huguenot migration from England to Virginia and other colonies began after , when an application to do so was first made to the English government. Huguenot Refugees on the Ship Mary and Ann to Virginia, Huguenot Refugees on the Ship Peter and Anthony to Virginia, Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Sleewijck to South Africa Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Berbice to South Africa Huguenot Refugees on the Ship The Midloo to South Africa
Some Huguenot immigrants settled in central and eastern Pennsylvania. They assimilated with the predominantly Pennsylvania German settlers of the area. In several hundred French Huguenots migrated from England to the colony of Virginia, where the King William III of England had promised them land grants in Lower Norfolk County. . Virginia: Huguenot Emigration to Virginia with an Appendix of Genealogies Presenting Data of the Fontaine, Maury, Dupuy, Trabue, Marye, Chastai L $ Book Published Baltimore: Clearfield, ( printing) Language English Variant Title Huguenot emigration to Virginia ISBN Description xx, (1), p. ; 22 cm. Notes. Spine title: Huguenot emigration to Virginia.
Huguenot Emigration to Virginia Robert Alonzo Brock This definitive work on the Huguenot immigration to Virginia contains lists of refugees and emigrants and several passenger lists, the longest and most valuable of which is a record of baptisms at Manakin-Town, , which gives the names of godparents (usually relatives) and other. Published by the Huguenot Society of the Founders of Manakin in the Colony of Virginia, Inc., Huguenot Trail, Midlothian, Virginia , Telephone: B2hm. Indexed in Master Index to The Huguenot (Bryan, Texas: Family History Foundation, ; FHL Book B2hm index; Film Huguenot Church Records [edit | edit. Documents, Chiefly Unpublished, Relating to the Huguenot Emigration to Virginia and to the Settlement at Manakin-Town: With an Appendix of Genealogies, Presenting Data of the Fontaine, Maury, Dupuy, Trabue, Marye, Chastain, Cocke, and Other Families.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedOriginal data: Charles Washington Baird. History of the Huguenot emigration to America, v. York: Dodd, Mead, cDescription This definitive work on the Huguenot emigration to Virginia contains lists of refugees and emigrants and several passenger lists, the longest and most valuable of which is a record of baptisms at Manakin-Town,which gives the names of godparents (usually relatives) and other genealogical data.Suggested Ebook on Huguenot History.
The following ebook are suggested for learning more about Huguenot history. Many of these books can be found in your local, genealogical, and state lending libraries, and some are available for purchase through online bookstores such asBarnes and Noble, Genealogical Publishing Company, or Clearfield .