Reynolds

16 October 1795: To be let by Auction. On Friday the 23d of October inst. between the hours of two and three in the afternoon, at the Ship at Dymchurch, for a term of years; to plow, (if not sooner disposed of by private contract,) all that piece or parcel of fresh marsh land, containing by estimation four acres, more or less, lying in the parish of Newchurch, now in the tenure of Thomas Baker. Also all that piece or parcel of fresh marsh land, lying near the first piece, containing by estimation 3½ acres, more or less, lying in the parish of Bilsington, now in the tenure of Thomas Baker. Immediate possession may be had, and further particulars known, by applying to Mr Reynolds, attorney, Folkstone.


9 July 1845: English sloop Laurel, captain Reynoldts [sic], at Antwerp, from Fowey, with porcelain clay;

23 July 1845: English sloop Laurel, captain Reynold [sic], at Antwerp, for Fowey, with ballast;

14 October 1845: English sloop Laurel, captain Reynold [sic], at Antwerp, from Fowey, with clay;

29 October 1845: English sloop Laurel, captain Reynolt [sic], at Antwerp, on a venture, with ballast


7 April 1879: Deserter from Her Majesty’s Service: A reward of from 5s to 20s is offered for the apprehension of James Reynolds, [Reg. No:] 1303, 20th Foot; [born:] Northwich; [trade] labourer; [age] 21½; [size:] 5[ft] 6¼[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 10 March 1879 [at] Portland; [marks & remarks:] off furlough


25 March 1880: Bill of sale by William Thomas Bird, The Abbey Farm, Little Marlow, and Bourne End, Wooburn, and 9 Stanley Mews, Paddington Green, farmer, carrier and contractor, in favour of Thomas Reynolds; and a bill of sale by Charles Frederick Reynolds, 26 St Ewan’s Road, Westbourne Park, carman, in favour of Charles Batterbee; and a bill of sale by John Reynolds, Lanowles, Bristol Road, Weston-super-Mare, M.D., in favour of Joseph Freedman; and a bill of sale by Thomas Blake, 21 Baker’s Hill, and 33½ Shude Hill, Sheffield, shoemaker, in favour of John Reynolds


18 August 1880: Taunton Police Court. Saturday. Before Mr C. N. Welman (in the chair), Colonel Rawlins, Colonel Allen, Captain Patton, Mr R. A. Kinglake, Mr V. J. Reynolds, and Mr L. Patton


28 August 1891: For sale: Billy goat, iron grey, 2½ years, 15/-, or exchange. What offer? William Reynolds, Red House, West Hoathley, Sussex


31 July 1914: Falmouth Visitors List: Gyllyngdune Private Hotel: Mr and Mrs Kershaw, Miss Littlejohn and Miss Cole, The Misses Reynolds (3), The Misses Browning (2), Miss Butterworth, Dr Hollings and party (6).


January 1915: Fred Reynolds, humorous vocalist, 1 Radnor Terrace, South Lambeth Road


June 1917: Arthur Reynolds, Metford Street, married Ethel Linford, 14 Orchid Street, Rochdale Road


29 February 1920: Eunice Linford Reynolds baptised, 5 Woodleigh Street, Blackley


1 April 1931: Representatives of the four Territorial battalions invited to the trooping of the colour of the First Battalion Sherwood Foresters at Shorncliffe: 5th Battalion: C.Q.M.S. J. Evans, C.Q.M.S. H.Barnett, Sgt T. Reynolds, Sgt B. Symonds and Sgt W. Hilliard; 6th Battalion, C.Q.M.S. C. F. Cooper, C.Q.M.S. R. Edge, C.Q.M.S. J. B. Spencer, Drum Major W. Hopkinson and Sgt G. W. Williams; 7th Battalion, Bugle-Major T. Allwood and Sgt E. Pritchett; 8th Battalion, R.Q.M.S. T. Powell, C.S.M. G. E. Bee, C.Q.M.S. E. M. Griffen and C.S.M. A. J. Bayliss.


January 1936. “Winter Scene” lino-block designed and cut by A. J. S. Reynolds, Form II D:


7 July 1951: Bowls: Andover v. Winchester, at Andover. Rink 1: Andover: W. Easson, A. Clarke, A. Phillips and V. W. Bull (skip) – 14. Winchester: W. Tuffnell, A. Henwood, S. B. Harris and W. Jarvis (skip) – 32. Rink 2: Andover: J. Hunter, J. Cowley, J. Blake and A. Mitchell (skip) – 24. Winchester: H. Chivers, A. Reynolds, L. M. Carter and J. Welhams (skip) – 10. Rink 3: Andover: P. Eastman, J. Chubb, L. Marles and L. Horne (skip) – 22. Winchester: C. Bills, P. Hall, A. V. Kotch and J. Jenvey (skip) – 8. Rink 4: Andover: S. Gilham, T. Rumbold, R. Hawthorne and J. Simpson (skip) – 30. Winchester: D. Colliss, W. Snelson, A. Stanbrook and J. Carter (skip) – 13. Totals, Andover 90, Winchester 63

7 July 1951: Bowls: Civil Servants v. Winchester, at Southampton. Rink 1: Civil Service: A. Boorer, J. Wilkins, P. C. Moseley and J. House (skip) – 28. Winchester: C. Bills, P. Hall, A. V. Kotch and J. Jenvey (skip) – 15. Rink 2: Civil Service: F. W. C. Young, D. Parren, E. W. Gosham and J. Viney (skip) – 26. Winchester: D. Colliss, W. Snelson, A. Stanbrook and J. Carter (skip) – 17. Rink 3: Civil Service: R. J. Lusmore, J. Burgess, W. Cunningham and W. R. Laird (skip) -34. Winchester: W. Tuffnell, A. Henwood, S. Harris and W. Jarvis (skip) – 16. Rink 4: Civil Service: F. Ayles, G. Stevens, A. Haysom and F. Elford (skip) – 32. Winchester: R. Stroud, A. Reynolds, L. M. Carter and J. C. Welhams (skip) – 11. Totals: Civil Service, 110; Winchester 59.


7 October 1968: referee T. H. C. Reynolds of Swansea


c1990 Alistair Reynolds, Mrs Tom Reynolds (Mavis), 15 Usk View, Govilore, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire NP7 9PD


25 March 2009: Steward signed up for Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, season 2009: Myfanwy Reynolds