As well as the Huguenot Library, Huguenot records may be found at the institutions listed below.

The Huguenot Society is not responsible for content or for any errors occurring on linked websites.


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
Ruskin Avenue
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 Guildhall 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 Français.
La Société de L'Histoire du Protestantisme Français et Service de Généalogie
54 rue des Saints-Pères
Paris 75007

There is also a useful website for French Protestant genealogy: Huguenots de France,

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.
Deutsche Hugenotten-Gesellschaft
Deutsches Huguenotten-Zentrum
Hafenplatz 9a
D-34385 Bad Karlshafen


Information on Walloon ancestors can be obtained from the Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie, where a useful brochure on tracing ancestors in the Netherlands can be found in English.
Centraal Bureau voor Genealogie
Prins Willem-Alexanderhof 22
The Netherlands

The Wallon Library (Archives Wallonnes) is housed within the Special Collections of Leiden University Library, and contains correspondence of important personalities in Huguenot history including Jurieu and Bayle.
University Library
Witte Singel 27
2311 BG Leiden
The Netherlands

Postal address:
Archives Wallonnes
c/o University Library Leiden
PO Box 9501
2300 RA Leiden
The Netherlands


The Representative Church Body Library in Dublin holds The Huguenot Archive, which includes the publications of the Society and a miscellaneous collection of manuscripts and printed material related to the Huguenot presence in Ireland.
Representative Church Body Library
Braemor Park
Dublin 14

South Africa

For information on Huguenots who went to South Africa contact The Huguenot Society of South Africa.
The Huguenot Society of South Africa
PO Box 293
Franschhoek 7690
South Africa

United States

For information on Huguenots who went to America contact The Huguenot Society of America.
The Huguenot Society of America
20, West 44th Street
Suite 510
New York
NY 10036

The Huguenot Society of South Carolina
138 Logan Street
South Carolina 29401-1941

News and Events

Bursary for Huguenot Research
The Huguenot Society is launching a new annual bursary to support and encourage research into Huguenot individuals and communities. The deadline for 2022 is 7 May. Further details are available here and the application form here.

2021-22 Lecture Series
The series will continue with the paper 'La Société de Poitou et du Loudunois, 1714-1812: A regional Huguenot fund in the Refuge', delivered by the Society's President Barbara Julien at the Medical Society of London, Chandos Street, W1G 9EB, on Tuesday, 10 May 2022 at 6.oo pm. The presentation will also be made available via Zoom. This meeting will also include the Society's Annual General Meeting. For more information, and to register, please complete the downloadable registration form. For the complete schedule of papers please consult the 2021-22 programme.

A NEW Quarto Series Publication
Volume 63 in the Huguenot Society Quarto Series, A Directory of Huguenot Refugees on the Channel Islands, 1548-1825, edited by Robert Nash, is now available. See here for information on how to order a copy.

The Huguenot Library
The Library is now open. For full details, please click here.