French Protestant refugees relieved through the Threadneedle Street Church, London, 1681-1687 by A. P. Hands

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Places:

  • England.,
  • England,
  • London.

Subjects:

  • Eglise de Threadneedle Street (London, England),
  • Huguenots -- England.,
  • Registers of births, etc. -- England -- London.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: 233-234.

Book details

Statementby A. P. Hands and Irene Scouloudi.
SeriesHuguenot Society of London. Quarto series,, v. 49, Quarto series (Huguenot Society of London) ;, v. 49.
ContributionsScouloudi, Irene, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9450 .H8 vol. 49, DA125.F7 .H8 vol. 49
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 234 p.
Number of Pages234
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4074754M
LC Control Number79887112

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Jean Bodin of Medis fled from Soubize, France, in September of for England with his wife, Esther Bridon, and possibly two children (Hands, A.P. and Irene Scouloudi. French Protestant Refugees Relieved Through the Threadneedle Street Church, London, Huguenot Society of London Quarto Series, v.

49, London, ). Hands and I. Scouloudi, French Protestant Refugees Relieved through the Threadneedle Street Church, London, –, Huguenot Society of London Quarto Series, vol XLIX (London, ) pp. 2–4. Google ScholarAuthor: Hugh Tait. Jean Bodin of Medis fled from Soubize, France in September of for England with his wife, Esther Bridon, and possibly (or possibly not) two children (Hands, A.P.

and Irene Scouloudi. French Protestant Refugees Relieved Through the Threadneedle Street Church, London, Huguenot Society of London Quarto Series, v. 49, London, ). Hands and Irene Scouloudi, eds., French Protestant Refugees Relieved through the Threadneedle Street Church, –,Huguenot Society of London, Proceedings,49 (); Butler, Huguenots in America,27– Google ScholarCited by: 1.

Jean Bodin of Medis fled from Soubize, France in September of for England with his wife, Esther Bridon, and possibly two children (Hands, A.P. and Irene Scouloudi.

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The other set of Bodins came from Medis, France. Jean Bodin of Medis fled from Soubize, France in September of for England with his wife, Esther Bridon, and possibly two children (Hands, A.P. and Irene Scouloudi.

French Protestant Refugees Relieved Through the Threadneedle Street Church, London, 'Destinations of Refugees on Leaving London' (Appendix III, p. ) found in "French Protestant Refugees Relieved Through the Threadneedle Street Church, London, " traces the refugees, many with families, who received this aid.

Of this number, were recorded as receiving funds to leave London. The Threadneedle Church records indicate allotments given for travel usually included some allowance for living expenses.

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