I believe the Seviers on maternal side; and, the Yon on paternal were Huguenots , how to start?

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Sevier, Valentine was a Virginia Huguenot but not at Mankin towne, VA,  National Huguenot society had a Xavier / Sevier,Jean / John

Best thing to do is trace back  as far as possible and then search the Huguenot Societies. Not all names have been entered or accepted into these societies, mine aren't listed in the HS of America, but are in HS of Mankin VA and  National HS . Most membership  is based on those who submitted an application with proof.

by Sandra Vines G2G6 Pilot (140k points)
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Thank you so much!

You have opened new doors!

Sharon Agte
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Did they immigrate to the Americas? If so, where did they come in? New  York, Virginia, Canada???
by Wanda Richards G2G6 Mach 1 (10.7k points)
The Yons were in Spanish Florida, in 1820, and paid taxes there, ie

book," Anglos who paid taxes to Spain"

Sharon
Wow.  Shocking they weren't killed.  The huguenots on the boat that landed near St. Augustine were all killed. Do you know where they landed?
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There has been a lot of research in the UK based on applications for citizenship by Huguenots.  This website would be a starting point: https://www.huguenotsociety.org.uk/
by Judith Brooksbank G2G6 Mach 1 (17.9k points)

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