Lifetime Membership: is open to any person 18 years of age or older. Lifetime Members will pay a one-time fee for membership of $600.
Sustaining Membership: is open to any person 18 years of age or older who is a direct descendant of James Taylor I. Sustaining members will pay an annual fee for membership of $35.
Family Membership: is open to any descendant of James Taylor I and the family of that descendant who all live at one address [typically this would include mother, father & children (see below)* but may also include other combinations of family members]. Family members will pay an annual fee for membership of $50.
Associate Membership: is open to any person 18 years of age or older and not a direct descendant of James Taylor I. This membership is designed for those people who are associated with direct descendants and/or have a personal desire to support and participate in this Association. Associate Members will pay an annual fee for membership of $35.
Junior Membership: is open to any person under 18 years of age. Upon attaining age 18, Junior Members shall automatically become eligible for Sustaining Membership or Associate Membership. A Junior Member may or may not be a direct descendant of James Taylor I and will pay no annual fee for membership.
Charter Member: is any person whose application is approved on or before 1 Jan 2016. This is a special designation in recognition of those people interested in resurrecting the James Taylor I Association regardless of their heritage.
Golden Horseshoe Member: is specifically for any person or organization giving a significant one-time contribution to the Association. Such contribution may be monetary, material, service or a combination of these. This is a lifetime membership.
Honorary Membership: may be granted by the Board of Directors if the Board deems appropriate to do so and requires a two thirds majority vote by the Board.
* Family Membership: If you would like your children who are under 18 years of age to be included in the association as Junior Members you may write their names and year of birth, and county & state of birth on the back or your application or they may fill out individual application forms. If I have their information recorded I will email them (or you) a membership card.