1. SITES GENEALOGIQUES
... DIVERS : Hugenot. Migrants. l'entraide généalogique. D'AUTRES SITES ...
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... nots a travers les Hugenot Societies dont se de gage surtout le sen ...
DORON, Claude (Sosa 602) Sexe: Masculin
Décès: avant 1712
Famille DORON - HUGENOT
HUGENOT, Marguerite (Sosa 603) Sexe: Féminin
L'enfant du couple DORON - HUGENOT
DORON, Jeanne (Sosa 301)
× 1712 MOUGEOT, Dominique (Sosa 300)
1. Fichier huguenot-Inrtoduction
Fichier huguenots. Huguenots database. Ce fichier contient les noms de 319 huguenots que j'ai pu identifier à date. ... Baird Charles.W., Huguenot emigration to America. BCHA ...
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2. Huguenot Web Site / Huguenot.net - Traduire cette page
History and genealogy resources, Free Web-based e-mail accounts for Huguenot descendants ... Huguenot.WS Huguenot.net. The Huguenot Web Site ... <<< The Huguenot Cross has existed in various forms since the late Seventeenth Century as the emblem of French ...
1. Église Réformée du Québec - Notre Histoire
... 1540 Jean-François de la Rocque, sieur de Roberval. huguenot. 1598 Le marquis de la Rocque ... 1599 Pierre Chauvin de Rouen. huguenot. 1602 De Chastes, gouverneur de Dieppe. huguenot ...
www.erq.qc.ca/NewFiles/notre_histoire.html -1. "Huguenot", according to Frank Puaux, at one time President of the Socitie Francaise de l'Historie du Protestantisme Francais and author of the article about the Huguenots in the eleventh edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica:
"is the name given from about the middle of the sixteenth century to the Protestants of France. It was formerly explained as coming from the German Eldgenosen, the designation of the people of Geneva at the time when they were admitted to the Swiss Confederation. This explanation is now abandoned. The words Huguenot, Huguenots, are old French words, common in fourteenth and fifteenth-century charters. As the Protestants called the Catholics papistes, so the Catholics called the protestants huguenots. The Protestants at Tours used to assemble by night near the gate of King Hugo, whom the people regarded as a spirit. A monk, therefore, in a sermon declared that the Lutherans ought to be called Huguenots, as kinsmen of King Hugo, inasmuch as they would only go out at night as he did. This nickname became popular from 1560 onwards, and for a long time the French Protestants were always known by it."
2. The current edition Encyclopedia Britannica offers a somewhat different explanation, although agreeing the word is a derivative of the German word Eldgenosen:
"The origin of the name is uncertain, but it appears to have come from the word aignos, derived from the German Eldgenosen (confederates bound together by oath), which used to describe, between 1520 and 1524, the patriots of Geneva hostile to the duke of Savoy. The spelling Huguenot may have been influenced by the personal name Hugues, "Hugh"; a leader of the Geneva movement was one Besancon Hugues (d. 1532)."
1. http://huguenot.netnation.com/general/huguenot.htmCharles Weiss (1812-1864), Histoire des réfugiés protestants de France depuis la révocation de l'Edit de Nantes ...
... Weiss is made at < http://huguenot.netnation.com/general/histread.htm> Excerpts in ... base de données du Refuge Huguenot: http://cams-atid.ivry.cnrs.fr/refuge-huguenot/fran%E7ais ...
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