I have just joined, and I can tell you you are NOT the only English Reynolds. My Mother was a Reynolds, and her Father--b. in Ohio 1873--was the 5th Great Grandson of Henry Reynolds. Henry Reynolds was supposedly a "Quaker" preacher…"
"Under the Members option in the menu bar, there is the Advanced Member Search; on that screen you can choose the county without any other info and click search.
I see 1,420 members who have their country listed as 'United Kingdom.'"
"Here's another variant/misspelling for you, it appears in the England 1851 Census AYHIOGT, after searching for ages for my Aykroyd Gx3 Grandfather, I tried his Mother in Law's name Martha Wild and there they were, definitely the right…"
I must admit to not having done an exhaustive exploration of this site, but so far can only see members from the U.S. Am I the first Brit? Are there any others out there?Just having read that back, it sounds as though I don't like Americans, not the caseat all, but I am feeling a little lonely here and as far as I know only one very distant branch of my ancestors travelled to America. The rest of us are proper little home bodies!See More
Hello All,Am I the first English 'Reynolds' on here?My Grandma Lilian b. 1899 was a Reynolds form Lancashire, her Father John William and his sister Sarah were from Yorkshire in the 1850's and apart from their Father's name Joseph and the fact that he was a shoemaker in a very small village I know no more, very elusive are my Reynolds before him!See More