Huguenots who escaped to England were accepted into the Episcopal church without further baptism. Those who went to German states became Lutherans, Baptists, et al without question. They were accepted as Presbyterians in Scotland.
For obscure reasons many modern religious spokesmen imagine that Evangelical churches first arose in the Great Awakening in America, and not earlier.
The Religious Wars were over in France by 1598 ~ and the term was in widespread use then to mean Protestant.
LOL, only you could go to such lengths to attempt spread confusion about something like American Evangelicals and Protestants.