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Civil registration of births, marriages and deaths run from 1837 and are deposited at The National Archives, as are many original wills and the original Huguenot church registers.
The National Archives
Tel: 020 8876 3444
London Metropolitan Archives, (formerly Greater London Records) houses London Parish and Electoral registers, Land Tax assessments, Parish Poor Relief and Boards of Guardians records, also rate books of the Commissioners of Sewers.
London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Road
The Guidhall Library contains Apprenticeship records, Boyd's marriage index, census returns and early London directories, Sun Insurance Office policies, records of the Weaver's Company, and the London Gazette.
The Guildhall Library
The Society of Genealogists houses Boyd's marriage index (non-members may search for a daily fee).
The Society of Genealogists
14 Charterhouse Buildings
The French Protestant Church of London Library is open by appointment with the Hon. Archivist. For information on its holdings see Vol.L, Quarto Series.
The French Protestant Church of London Library,
9-11 Soho Square
The Minet Library contains much Huguenot material and the Society's publications
Lambeth Archives Department
The Minet Library
52 Knatchbull Road
For information about Huguenots who went to Australia contact The Huguenot Society of Australia.
The Huguenot Society of Australia
P.O. Box 184
Newtown NSW 2042
Information on protestant ancestors can be obtained from :
La Société de L'Histoire du Protestantisme Franí§ais et Service de Généalogie
54 rue des Saints-Pí¨res
Many records are deposited with the various Departmental Archive offices.
For information on Huguenots who went to Germany contact the Genealogy section of the Deutsche Hugenotten-Gesellschaft.
D-34385 Bad Karlshafen
Information on Walloon ancestors can be obtained from:
Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie
Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 22
NL-2595 BE DEN HAAG
A useful English language brochure on tracing ancestors in the Netherlands can be found on the Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie website.
For information on Huguenots who went to South Africa contact :
The Huguenot Society of South Africa
PO Box 293
For information on Huguenots who went to America contact:
The Huguenot Society of America
20, West 44th Street
The Huguenot Society of South Carolina
138 Logan Street
South Carolina 29401-1941