Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.
  • Back
  • About Group

  • Join Group
No activity in last 7 days

Group Description

This site is for people who share a genealogical tie to the Tapscott family, and would like to have a place where data may be archived, photos may be shared, scanned documents can be stored and shared, and links can be found to other locations, webpages, historical sites, and resources, where information may be found relating to the Tapscott name, family and history, and significant allied families.To become a member of this group you MUST provide your regular email address. If your Yahoo account is not the address from which you get most of your email, you will need to place your regular email address as the one which takes care of delivering the messages from our group.We do want participating members, and bouncing messages from a Yahoo address does not accomplish our goal. That only accomplishes being dropped by Yahoo or by me, from our group.If protecting your identity is a problem, you still have the option of keeping your regular email address private, and will be seen only by our membership. If Yahoo is your regular email provider, there is no problem.

The painting reproduction depicts the ship, William Tapscott, which was built by a Tapscott along with a group of partners. It seems appropriate to have it here as it can be thought of as the representation of our family of Tapscotts, all afloat together in a genealogical sea. full of periods of smooth sailing; interspersed with rough seas, foggy conditions, and often varying from its main course to explore uncharted waters.The William Tapscott was one of the largest full-rigged ships built in Maine during the 1850s. She was a typical "Down Easter"-sturdy, moneymaking, moderately sparred, and designed for carrying capacity. She was a three-decker with a square stern and billethead. Among her owners, including her namesake, were such well-known mariners as William Drummond, Gilbert C. Trufant, and George B. Cornish. She hailed from New York.

Group Information

Group Settings

  • This is a restricted group.
  • Attachments are permitted.
  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages are not moderated.
  • All members can post messages.

Message History