Elizabeth (Reynolds) Martin Pedigree

(Start at generation 5, below.)



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Origin of the surname “Reynolds:”







9   William Reynolds


1. Biographical notes:


Born in England.  Died .


2. Wife: Margaret Exton


Born .  Died .  Married William Reynolds about 1648 in England.


3. Children:


a. Henry Reynolds: See generation 8, below.


8   Henry Reynolds, I


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1655 in Chichester, England.  Died .


2. Wife #1: Prudence Clayton


Born abt 1658 in Yorkshire, England; daughter of William and Margaret (?) Clayton.  Died 1728.


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. Francis Reynolds: See generation 7, below.


b. Prudence Reynolds: Married (?) Booth.


7   Francis Reynolds


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1684.  Died 1760.


2. Wife: Elizabeth Acton


Born 1690; daughter of Benjamin and Christiana (England) Acton.  Died 1766.


3. Children:


a. Henry Reynolds: See generation 6, below.


6   Henry Reynolds, II


1. Biographical notes:


Born 1720.  Died 1765.


2. Wife: Sarah Davis


Born 1734; daughter of John and Rebecca (Need) Davis, (who was the dau of Joseph and Rebecca  (Hinde) Need) and granddaughter of Lewis and Florance (Jones) Davis.  Died 1798.


3. Children: (order uncertain)


a. Elizabeth Reynolds: See generation 5, below.


b. Rebecca Reynolds: Married John Martin (brother of George, who married Elizabeth Reynolds, gen 5, below).


5   Elizabeth Reynolds:


Born 1754.  Died 1818.  Married George Martin, generation 5 of the Martin Annex on .


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