- Nov 12, 2005G'day Whit.
Since France was under James VI at the time, perhaps they would be
covered by the National Covenant. Probably not though, since it
doesn,t seem to have been sworn outside Scotland. Is there still a
Huguenot Church under the Belgic Confession? I don't think the denom
All the best,
--- In email@example.com, "Whit"
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Larry Bump"
> <lbump@b...> wrote:
> > My first ancestor on this continent (Fortune, 1621) was Edouad
> > French Huguenot refugee from France, through Leyden then London.
> > Maybe I could pull this off?
> > Wait a minute, does this mean I should be bound to any French
> covenants as
> > well as Scot? This could get confusing.
> I've wondered the same (obligation to the French Confession or
> Huguenot subordinate standards and covenants) as I also haveHuguenot
> ancestry (through Forsyth who came through England).
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