National Huguenot Society
(founded 1951)


Any person shall be eligible as a Regular member who is of the Protestant faith, above the age of eighteen years, adheres to the Huguenot principles of Faith and Liberty, and is lineally descended in the male or female line from a Huguenot without regard to ethnic origins or particular section of the Protestant faith, who subsequent to December 10, 1520, and who, prior to the promulgation of the Edict of Toleration, November 28, 1787, emigrated from France to American or other County, or, a Huguenot who, in spite of religious persecution, remained in France.




Huguenot Society of Indiana


                  Officers of Indiana 2020-2023                


Sarah L. LaVorgna, President
sarahllavorgna@gmail.com
(317) 371-9113



vacant, First Vice President



Vacant, Second Vice President



Nancy E. Larsen, Secretary-Treasurer
nancylarsen@comcast.net
(317) 735-2345



Dennis L. Babbitt, Registrar
Stands ready to work on papers for prospective members.
Please contact him with questions and requests for application papers.
dlbabbitt@sbcglobal.net
(765) 286-4484


Robert Rati, Historian-Librarian



Keith T Freer, Chaplain
freer@carmel.in.gov
(317) 460-5792



Dr. Charles F. Bragg, Counselor
kcbragg24@gmail.com
(317) 570-4550


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