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The National Huguenot Society is pleased to announce its 2024 Scholarship and Youth Contest Winners

Jacqueline Wells Dickey Scholarship

      From among all applicants for the award, Mr. Jacob Gould is the 2024 winner of the Jacqueline Wells Dickey Scholarship. Mr. Gould is a junior majoring in Business Administration at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He has a 3.938 GPA. Mr. Gould is a member of the National Huguenot Society of Alabama and a descendant of David des Marets. He is engaged as a leader of Young Life, encouraging high school students in their faith journey. Mr. Gould will receive a $5000 scholarship.

Lois Leffler Walker Scholarship Assist Award

      From among all applicants for the award, Mr. David Crossan is the 2024 winner of the Lois Leffler Walker Scholarship Assist Award.  Mr. Crossan is a junior majoring in Accounting at Liberty University. He has a 3.93 GPA. Mr. Crossan is a member of the National Huguenot Society of Delaware and a descendant of Nicholas Gaylard.

Youth Contest Winners

(Further details can be found in the Spring 2024 Cross of Languedoc.)

Level 1 – Grades 2-4

Marilyn Smiley, Grade 3, of North Carolina. “We will not have to be controlled by the government for the Word of our God shall stand forever” – 1st place award of $100.

Level 2 – Grades 5-8

Will Crossan, Grade 8, of Delaware. “Why I Am Proud To Be A Huguenot Descendant” – 1st place $250.

Peyton Smiley, Grade 6, of North Carolina. “What It Means To Be A Descendant Of A Huguenot” – 2nd place $100.

Jack Crossan, Grade 5, of Delaware. “The Swamp Fox” – 3rd place $50.

Level 3 – Grades 9-12

Claire Naudain Gleason, Grade 10, of Virginia. “The Migration of Huguenots to Other Lands” – 1st place $500.

Samuel Crossan, Grade 12, of Delaware. “Huguenot Migration to Other Lands” – 2nd place $200.


Details about the scholarships and contests can be found at College and Postgraduate Student Scholarships and Annual Youth Contest.

2024-05-15T00:17:45-04:00April 23rd, 2024|

SAVE THE DATE! October 3-5, 2024, The 89th Congress of The National Huguenot Society


3 – 5 October 2024

The 89th Congress of The National Huguenot Society

Will Be held in San Antonio, Texas on the #1 attraction:

< The San Antonio River Walk



The Hotel Contessa – 306 W. Market Street, San Antonio >

Come see the second most populous city in Texas. A city known for its rich history and modern attractions. A city with more than 300 years of history right at your doorstep. An ideal city to walk, San Antonio is home to some of the finest art museums, historical monuments, and delightful amusement parks. The river walk in Downtown San Antonio is beautiful beyond words and a complete charm. We have the iconic Hotel Contessa just for you.

There is The Alamo, the Natural Bridge Cavern, the San Antonio Missions, the San Fernando Cathedral, The San Antonio Museum, and the Japanese Tea Garden.

We have so much to show you in San Antonio as the home office of the National Huguenot Society. Come take a look for yourself.

2024-01-09T17:08:03-05:00January 9th, 2024|

SAVE THE DATE! October 19-21, 2023, The 88th Congress of The National Huguenot Society

We will be holding our Congress in Macon, Georgia
Where Soul Lives and the South Rocks!

Historic Macon was listed this month by Bloomberg as one of the Top 21 Places to Visit in 2023. With music history, multiple museums, historic architecture, vibrant downtown, being a popular movie location, and exuding Southern charm, Macon is celebrating its Bicentennial this year. Located a little over an hour south of the Atlanta airport, it sits in the middle of the state at the intersection of I-75 and I-16.

Let the Huguenot Society of Georgia roll out the red carpet and fill you with the Southern charm of historic Macon this October!

2023-03-27T10:34:44-04:00March 27th, 2023|
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