Postal enquiries should be addressed to:
PO Box 444
The Hon Secretary
The Huguenot Society
Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope /international reply coupon.
The Officers of the Huguenot Society work in a voluntary capacity and therefore there may be a slight delay in responding to your emails:
For information about the Society's policies and governance, and media enquiries
For information about the Society, details of forthcoming meetings and events, and media enquiries.
For information about the Society's publications, viz. the annual Huguenot Society Journal or Quarto Series.
To use the Library (see the Visiting the Library page for opening hours) contact the Librarian at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For information about the progress of membership applications; for the purchase of Huguenot Society publications, for example back editions of Proceedings, Quarto Series, CD-ROM and Huguenot Families
For enquiries regarding membership status, payments of annual fees, subscription rates (a downloadable application form is on the Membership page)
Is My Family Huguenot?
The Library does not have the resources to deal with enquiries about Huguenot ancestry nor to undertake family research. Instead, family researchers are encouraged to use the Huguenot Library themselves to undertake such work.
However, if you do have a query about your Huguenot ancestry or wish to know how to proceed with your research, please download this document (PDF format) and visit the Family History page where a number of other downloadable documents will help you.
Please note that as most of the Huguenot churches had closed by 1800 there is little information in our records after this period, apart from the French Hospital records. It is essential therefore before making an enquiry to work back to the early nineteenth century using civil registration (The National Archives), parish records or other sources.