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Descendants of Andrew Reynolds

Generation No. 2


2. PATRICK JOSEPH3 REYNOLDS (ANDREW2, ???1) was born 1840 in Clonbroney Parish, Longford County, Ireland, and died September 11, 1907 in Brushton, Franklin County, NY. He married ANN MOREHEAD October 31, 1866 in Brasher Falls, St. Lawrence County, NY, daughter of WILLIAM MOREHEAD and MARY REYNOLDS. She was born July 01, 1850 in Massena, Saint Lawrence Co, NY, and died May 12, 1914 in Franklin County, NY.

Notes for P
ATRICK JOSEPH REYNOLDS:
1850 NY Census Index
Name State County Location Page Year Age Sex Age Ranges Census Type
Reynolds, Alexander NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. PIERPONT 392 1850
Reynolds, Alonzo NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. CANTON 293 1850
Reynolds, Alvah NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. MADRID 287 1850
Reynolds, Charles NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. JUNIUS 238 1850
Reynolds, Daniel NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. RUSSELL 399 1850
Reynolds, Dean NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. LAWRENCE 344 1850
Reynolds, Edward NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. ROSSIE 218 1850
Reynolds, Elvi NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. FAYETTE 168 1850
Reynolds, George NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. STOCKHOLM 104 1850
Reynolds, Hezekiah NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. POTSDAM 058 1850
Reynolds, Hugh NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. MASSENA 367 1850
Reynolds, J. C. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. PIERPONT 392 1850
Reynolds, James NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. NORFOLK 160 1850
Reynolds, Jeremiah NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. PIERPONT 392 1850
Reynolds, John NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. BRASHER 398 1850
Reynolds, John NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. POTSDAM 044 1850
Reynolds, John H. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. COLTON 065 1850
Reynolds, Loran NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. MADRID 272 1850
Reynolds, Lucius B. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. LAWRENCE 334 1850
Reynolds, Mary NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. OSWEGATCHIE 134 1850
Reynolds, Mary J. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. OSWEGATCHIE 080 1850
Reynolds, N. B. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. TYRE 257 1850
Reynolds, Nelson NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. MADRID 286 1850
Reynolds, Patrick NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. MASSENA 355 1850
Reynolds, Patrick NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. POTSDAM 044 1850
Reynolds, Robert L. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. OVID 127 1850
Reynolds, Sylvanus NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. DE KALB 379 1850
Reynolds, Thomas NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. BRASHER 398 1850
Reynolds, W. H. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. LISBON 186 1850
Reynolds, William NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. HAMMOND 014 1850
Reynolds, William B. NY ST. LAWRENCE CO. COVERT 049 1850

1870 Census of Brasher, St Lawrence County, NY
REEL NO: M5931097 PAGE NO: 44A
Enumerated by Tho W. Wells on August 30, 1870
28 603 610 Reynolds, Pat 30 M Farmer 500 225 Ireland Parents b Ire
29 603 610 Reynolds, Anna 19 F Keep House N.Y. Parents b Ire
30 603 610 Reynolds, Andrew 2 M N.Y.
31 603 610 Reynolds, William 1 M N.Y.

1880 Census of Bangor, Franklin COunty, NY
184-191      Patrick Reynolds      40 yrs b. Ire parents b Ire
Ann                  29 yrs b NY parents b Ire
Andrew                  12 yrs b. NY
William                  12 yrs b NY
Thomas                  9 yrs b NY
Hugh                  7 yrs b. Conn.
James                  5 yrs b Conn.
Patrick                  3 yrs b. NY




Cook's Corners

Franklin County Clerk
63 W. Main Street
Malone, NY 12953-1817
(518) 483-6767

Franklin County Historical Society
51 Milwaukee St.
Malone, NY 12953

Date sent: Thu, 03 Sep 1998 16:01:20 +0400
From: John Austin <uncajohn@emirates.net.ae>
Subject: Re: List of Pensioners on the 1883 Roll - Franklin Co, NY
Patrick Reynolds was in the 96th NY Infantry Company G and enlisted in
October 1861. His pension record is available at the National Archives for
$10. It takes about 6 weeks or so and usually lists a lot of genealogical
data and biographical stuff

>Reynolds, Patrick, Cook's Corners lost great toe of left foot $ 4.00
>May, 1868

List of Pensioners on the 1883 Roll
This list all the people with Franklin County mailing addresses who were receiving military pensions as of January,1, 1883. He was getting his mail in Franklin Co. but not necessarily living there.

Reynolds, Patrick, Cook's Corners, lost great toe of left foot, $ 4.00 May, 1868

Patrick was 66 years when he died.

ftp://ftp.genealogy.org/pub/genealogy/vendors/ajmorris/ireemgr.txt
List of Passengers on Ship STEPHEN WHITNEY from Liverpool to New York, 6 April, 1846.
Patrick Reynolds

Record No. Shipname Date -----Nationalities----- Port of Departure Country Captain Roll List
STEPHEN WHITNEY 1846-Apr-06-Monday Ireland
England
US LIVERPOOL England POPHAM, CHAS W 61 155

Partial List of Passengers on Ship STEPHEN WHITNEY from Liverpool to New York, 6 April, 1846.
Rose Boylan
Mary Connor
Thomas Donohe
Anne Doyle
Thomas Finnan
Margaret Good
Catherine Hannigan
Anne Harrison
Mary Leary
James Mahon
Ann Mahon
John Mahon
Joseph Mahon
James Mahon
Margaret Mahon
Madge Mahon
Catherine Magan
Mary Malone
Mary Murray
Patrick Reynolds <--------- :-)
Margaret Shanky
Thomas Shanky
Anne Sheridan
Rose Smith

Reynolds, Patrick      Place : New York
      Year : 1846
      Primary Individual : Reynolds, Patrick
      Source Code : 3040
      Source Name : HERALDIC ARTISTS, LTD. Handbook on Irish Genealogy: How to
Trace Your Ancestors and Relatives in Ireland. 2nd impr., enl. Dublin
[Ireland]: Heraldic Artists, 1973, pp. 102-131. Reprinted by Magee
Publishing, Prescott Valley, Arizona, 1983. (Ed. by Gerald O'Beirne.)
      Source Annotation : Passenger lists of emigrants to America, 1803-1855.
All from Ireland to various American ports, mostly New York, with
additional information.
      Source Page # : 124

St. Mary's Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin County, New York
REYNOLDS, Patrick 1836 -- 1907
Ann MOREHEAD His Wife 1850 -- 1914
On the Back:
Katharine 1887 -- 1914
Andrew M. 1867 -- 1927

Will Testators Index
http://www.wasatch.com/~dsam/sampubco/nywti2.htm
REYNOLDS, ABRAHAM BELMONT 17-2-434
REYNOLDS, ADELINE FORT COVINGTON 17-5-275
REYNOLDS, ANN BRUSHTON 17-13-115 <---------Wife of Patrick
REYNOLDS, BENJAMIN G. FORT COVINGTON 17-8-338
REYNOLDS, CLEMENT B. MOIRA 17-5-490
REYNOLDS, ELISHA FORT COVINGTON 17-8-69
REYNOLDS, HENRY H. MALONE 17-13-593
REYNOLDS, ISAAC L. W. BOMBAY 17-4-116
REYNOLDS, ISABELLA A. BELLMONT 17-13-51
REYNOLDS, JACOB G. BOMBAY 17-7-449
REYNOLDS, JOSEPH BURKE 17-7-500
REYNOLDS, SARAH JANE FORT COVINGTON 17-11-302
REYNOLDS, THOMAS MALONE17-7-125

16 - Essex completed
A = 1803-1825
B = 1825-1842
C = 1843-1848
D = 1849-1862
E = 1862-1871
F = 1871-1876
G = 1877-1881
H = 1881-1885
I = 1885-1889
J = not used
K = 1889-1892
L = 1892-1895
M = 1896-1900
N = 1900-1904

17 - Franklin completed
A = 1809-1847
B = 1831-1839
C = 1831-1839
1-2 = 1839-1854
3 = 1854-1864
4-5 = 1864-1875
6 = 1875-1879
7 = 1879-1883
8 = 1883-1887
9 = 1887-1890
10 = 1890-1894
11 = 1895-1905
12-13 = 1904-1913
13 = 1913-1919

Reynolds Hymn
http://www.narnet.com/rfc/hymn.htm

Related Reynolds??
REYNOLDS, GEORGE
Rank and organization: Private, Company M, 9th New York Cavalry. Place and date: At Winchester, Va., 19 September 1864. Entered service at: New York, N.Y. Birth: Ireland. Date of issue: 27 September 1864. Citation: Capture of Virginia State flag.

Related Reynolds??
ABEL REYNOLDS
of Essex and Miss MARTHA MCNARY of Lewis, all of Essex County, N.Y.
The Elizabethtown Post 22 October 1863

Related Reynolds??
BIRTHS
12-17-1849 REYNOLDS NORMAN DEWITT ABIJAH AND SALLY WILLSBORO
02-13-1847 REYNOLDS CHARLES J JOSEPH W AND MARY CHESTERFIELD
06-11-1848 REYNOLDS EMOGENE ELIZAB. REUBEN AND SARAH KEENE
02-06-1847 REYNOLDS LEVI HEBER REUBEN W.& SARAH E. KEENE

Related Reynolds??
REYNOLDS, Joseph W.
It is our painful duty to record the death of JOSEPH W. REYNOLDS, Esquire, late editor of the Essex Co. Republican; which occurred, at his residence in Keeseville, on Friday morning last, the 27th December, 1861. A few weeks since, Mr. Reynolds determined to attempt a trip to Europe, for the purpose of recruiting his failing health; but, on reaching New York, was obliged to give up the proposed journey; and returned to his home, as the sad result has proved, to linger but a few days among his friends, ere his earthly career closed forever. Mr. Reynolds was an able journalist, an excellent citizen and a christian gentleman. In the loss of such a man, the public earnestly sympathize with the sorrow of the bereaved family. The Elizabethtown Post 2 January 1862

Quaker Settlements
Reynolds Sugar Grove 1836 Ulster Co, NY. English.
http://www.impulse.net/~creynold/
???
ftp://ftp.genealogy.org/pub/genealogy/vendors/ajmorris/ireemgr.txt
Surname,Firstname,Age,Religion,Origin,Occupation,From,Year,Ship,Debarkation,Other,Source#
REYNOLDS,Andrew,27,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Andrew,5,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Bridget,60,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/19,ROSCIUS,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Bridget,14,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/19,ROSCIUS,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Bridget,60,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Catherine,2,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/19,ROSCIUS,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Eliza.,5,,St. Margaret Dublin,,Dublin,1804/04/30,DILIGENCE,New York,,#1
REYNOLDS,Geo.,50,,St. Margaret Dublin,Farmer,Dublin,1804/04/30,DILIGENCE,New York,,#1
REYNOLDS,George,42,,St. Margarets,Gentleman,Dublin,1804/05/28,MECHANIC,Baltimore,,#1
REYNOLDS,James,,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,James,28,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/19,ROSCIUS,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,John,24,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/19,ROSCIUS,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,John,6,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Jonathan,8,,St. Margaret Dublin,,Dublin,1804/04/30,DILIGENCE,New York,,#1
REYNOLDS,Joseph,22,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/19,ROSCIUS,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Mary,,,St. Margarets,,Dublin,1804/05/28,MECHANIC,Baltimore,,#1
REYNOLDS,Mary,40,,St. Margaret Dublin,Wife,Dublin,1804/04/30,DILIGENCE,New York,,#1
REYNOLDS,Mary,Infant,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Mary,30,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Mary A.,,,,,Liverpool,1845/11/03,NEW YORK,New York,,#1
REYNOLDS,Patrick,,,,,Liverpool,1846/04/06,STEPHEN WHITNEY,New York,,#1
Reynolds,R.,22,,,,Liverpool,27 May 1839,Bowditch,New York,pn 198 ,#3
REYNOLDS,Thomas,22,,Klena Longford,Clerk,Dublin,1804/06/19,ATLANTIC,Boston,,#1
REYNOLDS,Thomas,7,,St. Margaret Dublin,,Dublin,1804/04/30,DILIGENCE,New York,,#1
REYNOLDS,Thomas,40,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/19,ROSCIUS,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Thomas,33,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Thomas,2,,,,Co. Roscommon,1847/09/26,METOKA,New York via Liverpool,,#1
REYNOLDS,Wm.,,,King's Co.,,Dublin,1811/07/06,SHAMROCK MCKEON,New York,,#1
REYNOLDS,Wm.,,,,,Londonderry,1811/12/21,MARINER,New London,,#1

Fort Covington, NY, Franklin County
THIS county was formed from Clinton, March 11, 1808, and named in honor of Benjamin Franklin. A small portion was annexed to Essex co. March 22, 1822. It contains an area of 1,718 sq. mi., and is centrally distant 130 mi. from Albany. It lies upon the northern frontier, between St. Lawrence and Clinton counties. Its surface is mostly level in the N., undulating and hilly in the center, and broken and mountainous in the s. The Au Sable Mts. occupy the S. E. portions; Mt. Seward, 5,100 feet above tide, is the highest peak. There are several other elevated peaks; but their heights have never been ascertained by actual measurement. The plateau of the central and the valleys of the s. part of the co. have an elevation of about 1,600 feet above tide. The N. W. corner, including the townships of Bombay, Fort Covington, Westville, and portions of Constable and Moira, is underlaid by calciferous sandstone. The soil upon this rock is generally a heavy clay. Next s. of this region is a belt about 8 mi. wide, extending N. E. and S. W., underlaid by Potsdam sandstone. A strip next to the calciferous sandstone, about 4 mi. wide, has a sandy soil, and the remainder a fine fertile loam, mixed with clay. The underlying rock in the central and s. portions of the co. is gneiss; and the soil is of a light, sandy nature, nearly unfit for cultivation. Upon approaching the mountainous region toward the s. the soil becomes more and more sterile, and large tracts are valuable only for their timber and iron ore. Bog iron ore is found in considerable quantities along the line of junction of the calciferous and Potsdam sandstones, and in times past it has been quite extensively used in the manufacture of bar iron.

Passenger and Immigration Lists: Boston, 1821-1850
Family Archive CD 256
Reynolds, Patrick

Reynolds, Patrick 1870-1879 NY CD287 Census Index: NY City, 1870 (#287)

Reynolds, Patrick 1870 MA CD284 Census Index: Massachusetts, 1870 (#284)

Reynolds, Patrick J. 1870 MA CD284 Census Index: Massachusetts, 1870 (#284)

Related Reynolds??
Reynolds, Orson L. widow Phebe(?)
Brandon
Pvt.
6th Art. Co. M
Sep., 1864
discharged in June 1865

Reynolds, Patrick
Ft.Covington
Pvt.
96th NY Co. G
Oct., 1861
foot shot and maimed

Related Reynolds??
Reynolds, Solon
Bangor
2nd Lt.
142nd NY Co. D
Aug., 1862
discharged on Surgeon's Certificate

Related Reynolds??
Reynolds, Barber B. 6th Art. Co. M BANGOR
Reynolds, Donald P. 13th Cav. Co. D MOIRA
Reynolds, Joseph Hayward 16th NY Co. I BRIGHTON
Reynolds, Orson Leroy 6th Art. Co. M BOMBAY
Reynolds, Robert G. 13th Cav. MOIRA
Reynolds, Solon 142nd NY Co. D BANGOR

LDS Website Search
Patrick REYNOLDS
Sex: M
Event(s):
N: 1849
Livingston' , 'New York
Parents:
Father: Andrew REYNOLDS
Mother:
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Source:
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Patrick REYNOLDS
Sex: M
Marriage(s):
Spouse: Mrs. Anna REYNOLDS
Marriage: ABT 1864
St. Lawrence' , 'New York
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Batch number: F507449
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Source:

Livingston County New York Livingston County 42:44:00 N 077:46:00 W US
Livingston New York Columbia County 42:08:31 N 073:46:42 W 12541 US
Livingstonville New York Schoharie County 42:29:15 N 074:16:08 W 1078 US
Livingston Manor New York Sullivan County 41:54:01 N 074:49:43 W 1436 12758 US

http://www.nysl.nysed.gov/nysnp/117.htm

Facts and fallacies (Brushton, N.Y. : 1905)
OCLC: #28060476
Published: 1905-1952
Frequency: Weekly
Microfilm: m=1905:9:7-1909:10:7 1912:1:4-1923:12:27 1925:1:1-1952:3:27 \\\\\\
Call number: Newspaper [V/FMP]

Date sent:       Sun, 08 Nov 1998 21:15:05 -0800
From:       Pauline Deshaies <pardesh@northnet.org>
To:       "lleach@nstar.net" <lleach@nstar.net>
Subject:       Reynolds

Hello,

Your two emails arrived but the family information you mentioned
didn't??

There is a strong indication that Mary & the son-in-law were related
although I don't have proof of this. There is a Patrick Reynolds in the
household of Hugh Reynolds & Catherine in the 1850 census of Massena who
is 15 yrs old. This would make him the age of Patrick who married Ann
Morehead. And, I think there was a relationship between your Mary to the
Hugh Reynolds, perhaps siblings????

I have the cemetery listings for Moira Township and I see your
Morehead & Reynolds. I have also copied the 1876 Beers Landowners map of
Moira in case you don't have it. I see some Reynolds owners but I didn't
look over the entire map. I leave that up to you. I am in the process of
copying and will get it in the mail, perhaps this week. With Holiday
shopping and other things going on around here, sometimes it takes time.

Pauline

From:            David Leahy, Glack, Park Road, Longford, Ireland
e-mail:            davidleahy@tinet.ie
Webpage:      http://homepage.tinet.ie/~daveleahy/


Dear Larry,

Thanks for your enquiry about my 1854 and 1901 books. Mooreheads and
Reynolds' are certainly mentioned in Clonbroney Parish in both books, and
although many Kennedys are mentioned none seem to be in Clonbroney Parish.
The closest name to Brill I have come across is Britt / Brett none of whom
were recorded in Clonbroney Parish.

I am enclosing full details on the Mooreheads / Reynolds' / Kennedys as
recorded in the three main 19th Century genealogical resources i.e. the
1901 Census, 1854 Griffith's Primary Valuation and 1825 Tithe Applotment
Books (I hope to produce a County-wide Index similar to the 1901 and 1854
indexes I have already produced late in 1999) for your information. (I
have underlined those recorded in both of my books, as to record all
details would have resulted in an unwieldy publication). Both books
contain a very useful one inch to one mile Map of County Longford showing
all 893 constituent Townlands in County Longford. I wonder is the Robert
D. Moorhead, Aged 6, born in New York, USA recorded at Drummeel Townland,
Clonbroney Parish, County Longford in 1901 a member of one of your Family
Trees ?

1901 Census of County LONGFORD:

Leitrim Townland, Ballinalee DED, Clonbroney Parish, County Longford
(Ref.11/18/2):

Sarah Moorhead, Aged 97, Widow, (Church of Ireland)
John A. Moorhead, Aged 45, married, son
Elizabeth Moorhead, Aged 33, daughter-in-law
John A. Moorhead, Aged 3, Grandson
Alexander W. Moorhead, Aged 1, Grandson
George H. Higgins, Aged 10, nephew

Drummeel Townland, Drummeel DED, Clonbroney Parish, County Longford (Ref.
13/4/4):

Anne Moorhead, Aged 60, Widow, (Irish Church)
Jennie Moorhead, Aged 24, Daughter
Robert D. Moorhead, Aged 6, Grandson, born in New York, USA.

Drummeel Townland, Drummeel DED, Clonbroney Parish, County Longford (Ref.
13/4/8):

Michael Kenny, Aged 39, married (Roman Catholic)
Catherine Kenny, Aged 36, married, wife
Mary Anne Kenny, Aged 3, Daughter
John James Kenny, Aged 2, Son
Ellen Kenny, Aged 4 months, Daughter
Anne Moorehead, Aged 79, mother-in-law, Widow

1854 Griffith's Primary Valuation of County LONGFORD:

Drummeel Townland:

4, Alexander Moorhead, William Denniston, House, Offices &
Land      09-01-28 6, Hugh Moorhead, William Denniston, House,
Offices & Land      10-02-04

Leitrim Townland:

4A,B John Moorehead, Col. Wray Palliser, House, Offices & Land      22-00-32

1825 Tithe Applotment Books of County LONGFORD:

Alexander Moorehead at Drummeel Townland, Clonbroney Parish
Hugh Moorehead at Drummeel Townland, Clonbroney Parish

1901 Census of County LONGFORD:

School Land Townland, Ballinalee DED, Clonbroney Parish, County Longford
(Ref. 11/21/3):

Lawrence Reynolds, Aged 55, married (RC)
Anne Reynolds, Aged 50, married, wife
Rose Anne Reynolds, Aged 15, Daughter
Elizabeth Reynolds, Aged 14, Daughter
Lawrence Reynolds, Aged 10, Son
Henry Reynolds, Aged 5, Son
Edward Reynolds, Aged 50, Brother

Ballinalee or Saint Johnstown Townland, Ballinalee Village, Ballinalee
DED, Clonbroney Parish, County Longford (Ref. 11/24c/7):

Henry Reynolds, Aged 60, married, J.P. (RC)
Winifred Reynolds, Aged 50, married, wife
Laurence H. Reynolds, Aged 19, Son
& 6 servants

Lismagoneen Townland, Knockanbaun DED, Clonbroney Parish, County Longford
(Ref. 15/7/5):

Henry Reynolds, Aged 50, married (RC)
Bridget Reynolds, Aged 56, married, wife
Lizzie Reynolds, Aged 13, Daughter

Lismagoneen Townland, Knockanbaun DED, Clonbroney Parish, County Longford
(Ref. 15/7/2):

Annie Reynolds, Aged 17, (RC), servant at Bligh's

1854 Griffith's Primary Valuation of County LONGFORD:

Acres Townland:

1, Henry Reynolds, My. Roberts/Js. Hamilton/Jane West, Herd's Ho., Offs.
& Land      27-03-16

Henry Reynolds owned a House and land etc. and was Immediate Lessor of
houses etc. also at Ballinalee Village. Henry Reynolds occupied land and
was Immediate Lessor of houses etc. at Ballinalee or St. Johnstown
Townland

Ederland Townland:

1A,B Henry Reynolds, Col. Wray Palliser, Herd's House, Offices &
Land      30-02-38


1825 Tithe Applotment Books of County LONGFORD:

Thomas Reynolds at Roos Townland, Clonbroney Parish

1825 Tithe Applotment Books of County LONGFORD:

John Kennedy at Lisraghtigan Townland, Clonbroney Parish

As you say, even though your direct ancestors may not appear in the 1854
and 1901 Books, the above- mentioned people may be relations who remained
in Ireland.

I hope you enjoy the enclosed information and find it useful. So until I
hear from you again a very Happy Christmas,

Yours Sincerely,
_______________
David Leahy




Patrick REYNOLDS
Sex: M

Event(s):
Census: 1849
Livingston, New York

Parents:
Father: Andrew REYNOLDS
Mother:


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Patrick REYNOLDS
Sex: M

Marriage(s):
Spouse: Mrs. Anna REYNOLDS
Marriage: Abt. 1864
St. Lawrence, New York


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Patrick Reynolds
Priv
Served New York Transfered G Co. 96th Inf Reg. NY Mustered Out at New York, NY on 12 July 1865(MO at McDougall Hospital)
Source: New York: Report of the Adjutant-General
Abbreviation: NYRoster
Published by on 1894-1906


St. Lawrence County Civil War Rosters
92nd Infantry, Company A (Captain Hiram Anderson)
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[NOTE: This data was transcribed from the History of St. Lawrence County, New York published by L. H. Everts & Company in 1878.]
Reynolds, Patrick; Private; enrolled Oct 10, 1861 at Potsdam

Naturalization Records in the National Archives Northeast Region
The National Archives Northeast Region, located in New York City, holds the older naturalization records from federal courts in New York, as well as photographic copies of naturalization records from state and federal courts in the counties now comprising New York City and from state courts in two upstate counties. Following is a summary of the National Archives' holdings of naturalization records for New York State, along with microfilm copies of indexes:

U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York (Manhattan), 1824-1940; U.S. Circuit Court, Southern District of New York, 1846-76, 1906-11 (alphabetical name index to petitions on 294 microfilm rolls, National Archives Microfilm Publication M1674).
NOTE: The earliest records were abstracted in Naturalizations in Federal Courts, New York District, 1790-1828, comp. Mrs. Edward J. Chapin, New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 97 (1966), passim

U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York (Brooklyn), 1865-1957 (alphabetical name index to petitions on 142 microfilm rolls, National Archives Microfilm Publication M1164).
U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York (Utica), 1821-55, 1906.
U.S. District Court, Western District of New York (Buffalo), 1907-66 (alphabetical name index to petitions on 20 microfilm rolls, National Archives Microfilm Publication M1677).
State and federal courts in New York, Kings, Queens, and Richmond Counties, 1792-1906 (photographic copies; Soundex index to petitions on 294 microfilm rolls, National Archives Microfilm Publication M1674).
NOTE: Courts whose naturalization records were copied include U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts, U.S. Circuit Court for the Southern District; the New York City and County court of common pleas; the New York City Superior Court and Marine Court; the New York State Supreme Court sitting in New York County; the Brooklyn City Court; and the Queens and Richmond county courts. For abstracts of the earlier records, see Kenneth Scott, comp., Early New York Naturalizations: Abstracts of Naturalization Records from Federal, State, and Local Courts, 1792-1840 (Baltimore: 1981); "New York City Naturalizations, 1795-1799," National Genealogical Society Quarterly, 71 (1983), 280-83; Naturalizations in the Marine Court, New York City, 1827-1835 (New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Collections, vol. 13) (New York: 1990); and Naturalizations in the Marine Court . . ., 1834- 1840 (same, vol. 15) (New York: 1991).

State courts in Essex County, NY, 1799-1879, and Clinton County, NY, 1895-1906 (photographic copies; no indexes; chronological order).
The National Archives Northeast Region will search for and photocopy naturalization records (or copies thereof) in its custody. For a search request form, contact: National Archives Northeast Region, 201 Varick Street, New York, NY 10014-4811; telephone (212) 337-1300.. Records of naturalizations performed in recent decades by U.S. District Courts located in New York, Brooklyn, Albany, and Buffalo are stored at the New York Federal Records Center in Bayonne, NJ. Contact the U.S. District Court clerk's office for further information.



More About P
ATRICK JOSEPH REYNOLDS:
Burial: September 14, 1907, St. Mary's Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin County, New York
Immigrated: Bef. 1860
Medical Information: Light Hair, Blue Eyes, Fair Skin
Military service: October 10, 1861, 92 INF, Co. A NY Enl. Potsdam, NY
Occupation: Laborer
Residence: December 1889, Massena, St. Lawrence Co., NY

Notes for A
NN MOREHEAD:
The Obit of Ann (Morehead) Reynolds:

Source: Malone Farmer, Malone, Franklin County, NY
Wed. 20 May 1904
Andrew Reynolds of Chicopee Falls, Mass., was called to Brushton on account of the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. P. Reynolds. He arrived Monday night and his mother passed away Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock, after a long and painful illness. Two other sons and one daughter arrived from away Wednesday. The funeral was held from St. Mary's church on Thursday morning, conducted by Rev. Father Mahoney.


The Will of Ann (Morehead) Reynolds:

I, Ann Reynolds of Brushton, Franklin County, New York, being of sound mind, memory and understanding, do make, publish and declare this to be my Last Will and Testament:

First: I direct All my lawful debts to be paid.

Second: All the residue and remainder of my property of every name and nature, after my debts are paid, I give, devise and bequeath to my daughter Catharine Reynolds, absolutely.

Third: I herby appoint my said daughter Catharine Reynolds sole executrix and my son Hugh Reynolds executor of this my Last Will and Testament, giving them full power to sell and convey all said real estate.

In Witness whereof I have set my hand this 15th day of August 1910. Ann Reynolds

The above instrument was at the time it bears date, signed by the testatrix Ann Reynolds, in our presence, she at same time declared it to be her Last Will and Testament, and requested us, to sign our names to the same as witnesses, which we do in her presence and in the presence of each other.
Interlineation made before signing.

T. Henry Quinn residing in Brushton, N.Y.
A.W. Sheale residing in Brushton, N.Y.




More About A
NN MOREHEAD:
Baptism: August 25, 1850, Massena, Saint Lawrence Co, NY
Burial: May 1914, St. Mary's Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin County, New York

Marriage Notes for P
ATRICK REYNOLDS and ANN MOREHEAD:
Pension Application states: Married Oct 31st, 1866 by Father John Mc Durmott, Brasher Falls, NY and that no marriage record exists. Dated 1/15/1898 St. Patricks Church.

More About P
ATRICK REYNOLDS and ANN MOREHEAD:
Marriage: October 31, 1866, Brasher Falls, St. Lawrence County, NY
     
Children of P
ATRICK REYNOLDS and ANN MOREHEAD are:
  i.   ANDREW M.4 REYNOLDS, b. September 20, 1867, NY; d. 1927, Brushton, Franklin Co, NY.
  Notes for ANDREW M. REYNOLDS:
Lived in Chicopee Falls, Mass. in 1904
Chicopee Falls / CHICOPEE / Hampshire
City of Chicopee, Hampden County

Could this be Uncle Angus that is shown in some pictures?

Research Later: Possible son?
REYNOLDS, ANDREW 082-30-5403 NY 19 Oct 1883 Jan 1981 NY Ballston Spa, New York 12020 Saratoga Springs, New York 12866

  More About ANDREW M. REYNOLDS:
Burial: 1927, St. Mary's Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin County, New York
Residence: 1904, Chicopee Falls, Mass.

3. ii.   WILLIAM JOHN REYNOLDS, b. May 31, 1869, Bangor, Franklin Co., NY; d. January 11, 1929, Billerica, Middlesex County, MA.
  iii.   THOMAS REYNOLDS, b. February 22, 1871.
  iv.   HUGH REYNOLDS, b. January 01, 1873, CT.
  Notes for HUGH REYNOLDS:
Possible: St Lawrence County, NY
Births. Reynolds. In Gouverneur, N.Y., Sunday Nov. 23, 1884, to Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Reynolds, a daughter
Born. Reynolds. In this village, March 27, 1888, to Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Reynolds, a daughter

  v.   JAMES REYNOLDS, b. February 26, 1875, CT.
  vi.   GEORGE REYNOLDS, b. February 15, 1881.
  vii.   KATHARINE REYNOLDS, b. April 14, 1886, NY; d. 1914, NY.
  More About KATHARINE REYNOLDS:
Burial: St. Mary's Cemetery, Gale Road, Brushton, Franklin County, New York

  viii.   ANN REYNOLDS, b. August 27, 1889, Bangor, Franklin County, New York; d. January 1975, New York, New York; m. ??? TOPPER.
  Notes for ANN REYNOLDS:
I also found bp for Ann or Hannah Reynolds 15 Sept 1889, b. 27 Aug, dau of Patrick Reynolds and
Ann Morehead.

TOPPER, ANN 063-20-2430 NY 27 Aug 1889 Jan 1975 NY New York, New York 10028

  More About ANN REYNOLDS:
Baptism: September 15, 1889, Bangor, Franklin County, New York




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