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Female 1805 - 1894  (~ 88 years)

 

Reynolds, Henry (1800 - 1896) - In Menory

In Memory of our Grandfather Henry Reynolds

Henry Reynolds was born Jan, 1st, 1800 in Lubber Head, County Derry, Ireland. Mary Reynolds his wife (nee Mary Reynold) born in 1805, Lully Mullen, County Derry. They were married in Ireland. When they came to Canada they lived in Markham township, later they came to Innisfil, settling on south half con. 9. Their family consisted of seven sons and two daughters, namely John, Henry, James, Samuel, Elizabeth, Robert, William, Mary and Charles. Mrs. Reynolds died in 1894 and Mr. Reynolds in 1896.

This would have been written by Telson Reynolds, his sister Lenna Leece, with their uncle Samuel Maneer looking over their shoulder. They were all living together. Tels and Lenna were caring for Uncle Sam in his old age. - Jeanne Groce

In Memory
Henry Reynolds

Linked toMary; Henry Reynolds; Lenna Charlotte Reynolds; Telson Roy Reynolds


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August 20, 2019

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