. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .The Tapscott-Kennington Butterfly

The Genealogy of the Tapscott and Kennington Families

 A tiny whitewashed church on the outskirts of a small, dusty, Colonial town in the middle of Africa was an unlikely place for members of these two families to launch this butterfly.

The Tapscotts, originally from Devon, had lived in the Sedgemoor area of Somerset since the early 1800s and the Kenningtons had been entrenched in the Lincolnshire fens for generations.

What I present here is the story of how they came to be in Africa, what came next and what had gone before.

This story is best read by clicking on the 'next buttons at the bottom of each page
Some pages have sub-pages and you may like to pause to read about other offspring before continuing


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