Members of the Huguenot Society, referred to as Fellows, are the main support for the Society's work in exchanging knowledge on Huguenot history and publishing Huguenot sources. They also enjoy a range of benefits:
- Attendance at the Society’s meetings
- Copies of the annual Huguenot Society Journal and the six-monthly newsletter
- Reduced rates when buying occasional publications
- Use of the Huguenot Library, UCL Libraries and the Institute of Historical Research Library
- Online access to back issues of the Huguenot Society’s Proceedings for 1885-2012 (via the log-in below)
Becoming a member
Applicants for membership of the Society are asked to complete a downloadable application form, to be forwarded with their remittance to the Administrative Officer, who presents the application to the next meeting of the Council.
There is a facility to appoint Junior Fellows, who are under the age of 18.
If you are a Fellow of the Society and have not already registered your username (your e-mail address) and a password of your own choosing, please go to our registration page Registration