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Huguenot Memorial with French Huguenot Family Names
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In 1938, as part of the 250th anniversary celebration of New Rochelle, a plaque, listing 151 historic Huguenot family names from the colonial period, was added to the original Huguenot Memorial. 

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Uploaded: 29/06/2012
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