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  • ID: I0054
  • Name: Edwin B "Ned" Reynolds
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1807 in Louisa County, Virginia
  • Death: 27 APR 1879 in Albemarle County, Virginia
  • Census: 1840 St Annes Parish, Va Edwin, Mary, Elizabeth
  • Census: 1860 St Annes Parish, Va Edwin, Mary, Elizabeth, Mary, Leonida, Louisa, and55 yr old Mary Roberts(Mary's sister maybe)
  • Census: 1870 St Anns Parish, Albemarle, Virginia EB 61,Mary 61,EF 25, Mary 23, LV 20
  • Occupation: Carpenter
  • Note:
    This may be missing connection for Edwin Reynolds.
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    Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1
    1. Edwin Reynolds was born Abt 1808, and died After 1808. He was the son of 2. John R Reynolds and 3. Mary Gilbert.
    Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2
    2. John R Reynolds was born Abt 1766 in Louisa Co VA, and died 16 Jan 1851 in Augusta Co VA. He was the son of 4. Philip Reynolds and 5. Charit
    3. Mary Gilbert was born Abt 1772 in Goochland Co VA, and died After 1850 in Augusta Co VA. She was the daughter of 6. John Gilbert and 7. Mary.
    Children of Mary Gilbert and John R Reynolds are: i. Maria Reynolds was born Abt 1801, and died After 1801.
    ii. Absolom Reynolds was born Abt 1805, and died After 1805.
    1. iii. Edwin Reynolds was born Abt 1808, and died After 1808.
    iv. Sarah Reynolds was born Abt 1811, and died After 1830. She married Austin. He was born Abt 1811, and died After 1830.
    v. Minor C Reynolds was born Abt 1816, and died After 1816.

    Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3
    4. Philip Reynolds was born 12 Dec 1741 in Hanover Co VA, and died 12 Dec 1817 in Louisa Co VA. He was the son of 8. Philip Reynolds and 9. Susanna.
    5. Charity was born 4 Jul 1751 in Louisa Co VA, and died Abt 1829 in Louisa Co VA.
    Children of Charity and Philip Reynolds are:2. i. John R Reynolds was born Abt 1766 in Louisa Co VA, and died 16 Jan 1851 in Augusta Co VA. He married Mary Gilbert 12 Mar 1800 in Louisa Co VA, daughter of John Gilbert and Mary. She was born Abt 1772 in Goochland Co VA, and died After 1850 in Augusta Co VA.
    ii. Phillip Reynolds was born Abt 1767 in Louisa Co VA, and died Abt 1842 in Louisa Co VA. He married Nancy Seargeant 7 Nov 1796 in Louisa Co VA. She was born Abt 1777 in Louisa Co VA, and died After 1796 in Louisa Co VA.
    iii. Judith Or Judah Reynolds was born Abt 1770 in Louisa Co VA, and died 27 Jul 1856 in Fluvanna Co VA. She married Alexander Davis 25 Jul 1795 in Louisa Co VA. He was born Abt 1770, and died After 1795.
    iv. Augustine Or Austin Reynolds was born Abt 1771 in Louisa Co VA, and died After 1801. He married Anne Fulcher 12 Oct 1801 in VA. She was born Abt 1771, and died After 1801.
    v. Joseph R Reynolds was born Bef 1775 in Louisa Co VA, and died After 1811 in Louisa Co VA. He married Mary Desper 29 Nov 1802 in Louisa Co VA, daughter of Thomas Desper and Mary Pulliam. She was born Abt 1781 in Louisa Co VA, and died After 1811 in Louisa Co VA.
    vi. Holman Reynolds was born 28 Jan 1775 in Louisa Co VA, and died 9 Oct 1855 in Wells Co Indiana. He married Susanna Baber 4 Aug 1813 in Fluvanna Co VA, daughter of Thomas Baber and Sarah Sallie Oglesby. She was born 7 Aug 1795 in Fluvanna VA, and died 17 Jan 1855 in Wells Co Indian
    vii. William Reynolds was born Abt 1779 in Louisa Co VA, and died After 1805. He married Elizabeth Gilbert 17 Jan 1805 in VA. She was born Abt 1779, and died After 1805.
    viii. Sally Or Sarah Reynolds was born Abt 1780 in Louisa Co VA, and died After 1815. She married Pleasant Kent 16 Mar 1815 in Louisa Co VA. He was born Abt 1780, and died After 1815.
    ix. Garland Reynolds was born Abt 1782 in Louisa Co VA, and died 18 Aug 1868 in Louisa Co VA. He married Polly Clark 29 Dec 1809 in Louisa Co VA. She was born Abt 1782, and died After 1809.
    x. Pleasant Reynolds was born Between 1786-1804 in Louisa Co VA, and died Between 1840-1843 in Lincoln Co KY. He married Mary Abt 1818 in VA. She was born Abt 1790 in VA, and died After 1823. He married Nancy Melton 3 Jun 1833 in Lincoln Co Kentucky, daughter of John Early Melton and Catherine Caty Coldiron. She was born Abt 1804, and died Abt 1909.
    xi. Susanna Reynolds was born Abt 1789 in Louisa Co VA, and died After 1815. She married George Ham 17 Mar 1815 in Louisa Co VA. He was born Abt 1789, and died After 1815.

    6. John Gilbert was born Abt 1750, and died After 1771.
    7. Mary was born Abt 1750, and died After 1771.
    Child of Mary and John Gilbert is:3. i. Mary Gilbert was born Abt 1772 in Goochland Co VA, and died After 1850 in Augusta Co VA. She married John R Reynolds 12 Mar 1800 in Louisa Co VA, son of Philip Reynolds and Charity. He was born Abt 1766 in Louisa Co VA, and died 16 Jan 1851 in Augusta Co VA.

    Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4
    8. Philip Reynolds was born 15 Oct 1699 in New Kent Co VA, and died After 9 Dec 1776 in Probably Louisa Co VA. He was the son of 16. Thomas Reynolds and 17. Mary.
    9. Susanna was born Abt 1700, and died After 1743.
    Children of Susanna and Philip Reynolds are:4. i. Philip Reynolds was born 12 Dec 1741 in Hanover Co VA, and died 12 Dec 1817 in Louisa Co VA. He married Charity Abt 1765 in Louisa Co VA. She was born 4 Jul 1751 in Louisa Co VA, and died Abt 1829 in Louisa Co VA.
    ii. William Reynolds was born Abt 1743 in New Kent Co VA, and died Abt 1829 in Louisa Co VA.

    Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5
    16. Thomas Reynolds was born Dec 1652 in York Co VA, and died After 1719 in New Kent Co VA. He was the son of 32. Thomas Reynolds and 33. Susan Snead.
    17. Mary was born Abt 1654, and died After 1699.
    Children of Mary and Thomas Reynolds are: i. Thomas Reynolds was born Abt 1682, and died Bef 1780.
    ii. John Reynolds was born 18 Feb 1684 in VA, and died 21 Mar 1760 in VA. He married Mary Woode 30 Dec 1708 in St Peters Parish New Kent Co VA. She was born Abt 1690, and died After 1717.
    iii. William Reynolds was born 12 May 1686 in Kent Co VA, and died Abt 1759 in Johnston Co NC. He married Mary Sherwood 1704 in VA, daughter of Timothy Sherwood. She was born Abt 1686, and died Abt 1735 in Brunswick Co VA. He married Joice Nicholson 6 Apr 1738 in VA, daughter of Robert Nicholson and Jonna Joice. She was born Abt 1686 in VA, and died 16 Dec 1760 in Johnston Co NC.
    iv. Judeth Reynolds was born 19 Jul 1688, and died After 168
    v. Elizabeth Reynolds was born 15 Mar 1691, and died After 1765. She married Charles Moorman. He was born Abt 1690, and died After 172
    vi. Jane Reynolds was born 4 Mar 1696 in New Kent Co VA, and died After 1694.
    vii. Leticia Reynolds was born 4 Apr 1697, and died After 1697.
    8. viii. Philip Reynolds was born 15 Oct 1699 in New Kent Co VA, and died After 9 Dec 1776 in Probably Louisa Co VA. He married Susanna Between 1725-1730 in Probably Hanover Co VA. She was born Abt 1700, and died After 1743.

    Ahnentafel, Generation No. 6
    32. Thomas Reynolds was born Feb 1620, and died Bef 19 Oct 1671 in York Co VA.
    33. Susan Snead was born After 4 Aug 1635 in VA, and died After 1719 in St Peters Parish New Kent Co VA. She was the daughter of 66. Samuel Snead and 67. Alice.
    Children of Susan Snead and Thomas Reynolds are:16. i. Thomas Reynolds was born Dec 1652 in York Co VA, and died After 1719 in New Kent Co VA. He married Mary Abt 1680 in Probably New Kent Co VA. She was born Abt 1654, and died After 1699.
    ii. Jonas\Johan Reynolds was born Abt Nov 1655 in York Co VA, and died After 16 Feb 1715 in Hanover Co VA. He married Elizabeth Abt 1680 in VA. She was born Abt 1655, and died After 1690.
    iii. Samuel Reynolds was born Abt 1656, and died After 1656.


    Aft. August 04, 1635; died Aft. 1715. She was the daughter of 514. Samuel Snead and 515. Alice.

    Notes for Thomas Reynolds:
    Thomas Reynolds Sr. is effectionately known in American Geneological History as " Thomas Of York ". More particularly in the records of the Reynolds Family Association annals as the progenitor of a long line of Reynolds descendents in America. Specifically, Thomas Reynolds Sr., is listed in the Reynolds Family Association annals as the progenitor of line # 29 as Thomas of York, based on the York County, Virginia deed record of the gift to him as the husband of Susan Snead Reynolds by her father Samuel Snead in 1652. Soon after marrying Susan Snead, Thomas received forty-five acres of land as a gift from her father Samuel Snead as noted in Deed Book # one pg. 142, York County Virginia, on March 23, 1652.
    The Queen's Creek, sometimes referred to as Queen's Brook in comtemporary times of the 17th Century, was an interesting place for the early Reynolds line of " Thomas of York Reynolds ". The original population of the Jamestown settlement in 1607 with Capt. John Smith etal,was 90 males. The Colony had grown to about 500 by 1609. When Smith returned from a trip to England in that year, only 60 males were still alive. This period was recorded as " the starving time ". The next eleven years saw more settlers arriving, including 90 women in 1619, and the colony had grown to about 2500 persons.

    " Ann Harrison married Willaim Reynolds c 1620 and lived with him on the Queen's Creek in York County, Virginia with the rest of the kin " so says Worth Ray, in his " Tennessee Cousins ". (pgs 536 &537 ). Author Ray also states that Reynolds Clan on Queen's Creek were kinsmen of the Claires or Cleres. Richard Claire was the Executor of Wm. Reynolds will 1633. The will referred to Ann Reynolds, a daughter who survived him.
    With the colony so small at the time and the reference to a Reynolds clan in that specific area would indicate that our Thomas Reynolds of York, who married a girl on the same creek and received 45 acrea of land as a wedding present from her father, Samuel Snead, the very same " Queen's Creek " was not merely a coincidence, but was indeed related toAnn Harrison's husband William Reynolds. An important fact, a rough map reconnoinsance of the Queen's Creekl reveals that it is only 3 miles long as it meanders in a southwesterly direction from its confluence on the York River. Thomas Reynolds Jr. was not a brother of William, as speculated by some geneologists, but more likely his son. Needs more research, however, intriquing. Son or brother, they were related!
    An important note regarding the oridginial Snead and Reynolds plantations along the Queen's Creek is that said Queen's Creek was at one time, the boundry between York County and James City County. Records for these families and their pespective land may be found in either county courthouses and/or related parish Vestry books, that is providing the Yankees did not burn them in the American Civil War. Another interesting note: There was a Thomas Reynolds listed as a passenger on a boat that landed August 10, 1635. Samuel Snead was awarded 200 Acres of land by patent on August 4, 1635 foor transporting him self, his wife Alice Snead, their son, William, and a servant Henry Vincent under what was known as the headright system. Was it possiable that Thomas and the Sneads were on the same ship. I have not determined what ship the Sneads were on but Thomas Reynolds was married the Sneads daughter Susanna not later then Seventeen years after 1652, and was given forty -five acres of the above noted land patent as a wedding present or a dowry. The pursuit of this avenue maay help pin down where our Thomas Reynolds known as Thomas of York, came from in England. ( The three originial ships carrying the first English to the New World in 1607 were the Discovery, Susan Constant and the Godspeed.) These ships were owned by a business venture chartered by King James l as the London Company under auspices of Sir Walter Raleigh and continued to pay the London/Virginia passage for several years thereafter.
    It is easy to speculatethat Thomas Reynolds Sr., used the 45 acres, given to him by his FIL Samuel Snead, to raise tobacco and therein became the original Reynolds Plantation owner. This profession lasted down though Philip Reynolds lll and Washington T Reynolds at the outset of the Civil War, When thge land was taken away from the virginia Reynolds during the Reconstruction Period and given to there slaves. The disenfranchchisement as it was known,drove thr Reynolds families west to farm in land and livestock. Sanford Reynolds Jr., my second cousin, still farms in Geneva, Indiana working the land as did all of his ancestors for the last 380 years in this country. Sanford owns some of the land orginally setted by these Virginians in 1837 along the Wabash River.
    In doing more research with this special family one must keep in mind the geograghical and political peculiarities of this Queen's Creek location. At one times it fell under different parish names as well as different counties. It was at one time Hampton Parish, Chiskiak (spelled several ways too) Parish, Bruton/Brewton Parish, Marston Parish and St. Peter's Parish. County name changes included York County, New Kent County and James City County. This areais also the most likely place to find the graves of the first two generations of this Reynolds line. All of the graves of the subsequent Reynolds generations save those of Thomas Reynolds Sr., his wife Susan, and Thomas Reynolds Jr., and his wife Mary have been located and recorded by this writer. I have discovered three different Thomas Reynolds arrivcing in Virginia, 1620, 1637, 1645. The most likely fellows are the first 2. My money is on the 1637 gent. Justus Danridge Reynolds Jr. aka Jud













    Notes for Susan Snead:
    susan Snead Reynolds', father Samuel, mother Alice and her brother William came to Virginia Colony in 1635. Since there was no mention of Susan coming on the ship and the first reference to her was when Samuel Snead gave the 45 acres toSusan and her husband Thomas Reynolds it is determined that she was born in Virginia soon after the arriveal of the Sneads. She would have been between fifteeh and seventeen years of age when she married Thomas since the land gift occured in March of 1652. It was common for a young girls to marry in their mid teens during this period of colonial development in America.
    Susan Snead Reynolds apparently remarried after Thomas Reynolds Sr.' death before October 1671. In October 1671 we find Thomas reynolds Jr. requiring his mother's approval to sell the exact 45 acres noted above as a wedding gift to his parents. At the time of this sale, Susan Reynolds is referred to as Suan Peace, Mother of Thomas Reynolds Jr.
    Susan was a durable matriarch as she is mentioned again in St Paul's Parish Vestry Book pg 234 as having her lanmd processioned ( surveyed) along with her youngest son Jonas Reynolds in Hanover County . This reference states that she is now the widow Peace. The date of the survey or procession was febuary 16, 1715. This procession or survey is very important in identifying Susan's latest husband. In a land survey/procession conducted 1708, see pg 214, item 20, Vestry Book of St. Pauls Parish, the land of John Peace is processioned along with his neighbors living " adjacent to each other and made into one processioning precinct ". These neighbors were listed as Samuel Waddy, George Marr, and John Guntin. There are subsequent processions of these identical parcels as one precinct on pg 234 and 246 of St Pauls Vestry Book with John Peace name missing but with the " Widow Peace " in his stead. The last procesioning entry of Widow Susan Snead Reynolds Peace's land was March 7, 1719 making her approximately eighty four years old at the time of the survey., Her father Samuel Snead had been born in England around 1600. This processioning entry was made during a Vestry Meeting in the Lower Church, which also helps to identify the geographical location of the events described herein. The meeting was in the " Old Brick Church " of the previous Parish St Peters. It is most likely that Susan Snead reynolds Peace is buried in that vicinity in New Kent County, Virginia, Her sons Thomas, Jonas/Jonah, ans Samuel maybe nearby! More intrigue... for search and fun. I love you Gramma, Im still looking. A map reconnasaince of this area of New Kent County, Va., reveals that the loction of Susan Snead Reynolds Peace's property and that of three sons Thomas, Jonah and Samuel are not more then eight to ten miles apart. The children of two of Susan's sons, Thomas Jr and William were baptised in St Peters Church which is most likely where they all worshipped. (See St.Peters Parish Vesry Book, pg 388 though 392

    More About Thomas Reynolds and Susan Snead:
    Marriage: Abt. 1652, Queen's Creek York Co Va




    Father: John ??R Reynolds b: ABT 1766 in Louisa Co VA
    Mother: ?? Mary Gilbert b: ABT 1772 in Goochland Co VA

    Marriage 1 Mary Polly Roberts b: 1809 in Of Albemarle Cty, VA
    • Married: 1 FEB 1838 in Albemarle County, Virginia
    Children
    1. Has Children Louisa V Reynolds b: ABT 1845 in Albermarle County, Virginia
    2. Has No Children Leonidas Reynolds b: 1842 in Albemarle Co, VA
    3. Has No Children Elizabeth Reynolds b: 1838 in Albemarle Co, VA
    4. Has No Children Mary Reynolds b: 1840 in Albemarle Co, VA
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