Lucie Drouin, MSc is a France-based genealogist, speaker and writer. She specialises in migrations from / to France and French territories and has a particular interest in researching Huguenots and tracing their exile throughout Europe.
Lucie Drouin, MSc is a professional genealogist based in France. She writes and speaks locally and internationally on a variety of genealogy topics: Huguenots in France and across Europe, foreign communities in France, French migrants overseas, house histories. During her lectures, she is always passionate about making French archives easy to access and understand to non-French speaking people.
She recently earned her Master of Science in Genealogical, Palaeographic and Heraldic Studies (distinction) from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, with her dissertation focusing on the Huguenots from Normandy and their exile during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries through French and English primary sources.
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