The words "National Huguenot Society" are presented in raised letters across the top and a large Cross of Languedoc, adorns the remainder of the plaque, serving as a simple but elegant reminder of the member's affiliation with The National Huguenot Society.
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Full instructions for ordering a grave marker can be found on the application form.
Newman Brothers is a family owned metalworking company renowed for their skilled craftsmanship since 1882. They provide superbly handcrafted markers, plaques, vases and urns to numerous organizations including the D.A.R. and other large genealogical societies.
Each grave marker costs $156 which includes a mounting lug and the cost of shipping, plus a $10 non-refundable processing fee. The processing fee must be submitted at the time of application. Upon approval of the application an authorization form will be returned to the requester which must be sent directly to the manufacturer together with full payment of $156. Please contact The National Huguenot Society for additional information.