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From: Whitney Keen <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Huguenot DNA?
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 22:34:42 -0500
Newburgh, NY also had a significant Huguenot group. There is a Huguenot
Society which could be of help to you. I am not Huguenot so I am no use.
Jim Huston wrote:
> New Rochelle, NY was founded as a Huguenot community. I bet if you're
> looking for a list of Huguenot names, a history of New Rochelle would
> provide a good start. My ancestors, Daniel and Charlotte Le Maistre
> Streing, were among the founders. Unfortunately, I don't have a New
> Rochelle history myself. Within a couple of years they moved on to Rye,
> where they spent the rest of their lives.
>> From: "Chris" <>
>> Subject: Re: [DNA] Huguenot DNA?
>> Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2005 20:21:31 -0000
>> I suppose the trick is to look for those surnames which are known to
>> be huguenot. I just had a look at Worldfamilies.net. I noticed Jarvis,
>> Uzzell & Petitt. To my knowledge these are all huguenot origin.
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