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Author:

 

A. H. Reynolds


Report:

 

8


Page:

 

26


Year:

 

1981


Subject Matter:

 

British Community and Family History



Excerpt:

 

The followiong article is a prècis of a chapter of family history made available to the Society by Dr. A. H. Reynolds. The Council is most grateful to Dr. Reynolds for agreeing to its publication here, albeit in truncated form. 

One of the many dificulties in tracing and identifying Reynolds ancestors is the constant recurrence of such names as Thomas, William, Robert, Eliza or Elizabeth; a further complication being the fact that at times two or more Thomases or Williams were alive at the same time.




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