|Title||Death Notice for Samuel Reynolds|
|Short Title||Newspaper, Death Notice - Reynolds, Samuel - 1921|
|Publisher||(Barrie, Ontario, Canada 8 Dec. 1921), Newspaper p 18|
|Call Number||File: Reynolds; Reynolds, Henry|
|Repository||Simcoe County Archives|
One of Barrie's oldest citizens, Samuel Reynolds, entered the Great Unknown at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 5. Up to Thursday last, he had been in good health, but on that day he was taken ill, passing away five days later. Deceased was in his 84th year and was born in Markham, Feb. 25, 1838.
When 23 years old, he moved to the vicinity of Craigvale, where he conducted a grocery business and then a coal business. There he married Miss Sarah Hurst. Seven years ago, the late Mr. Reynolds moved to Barrie, taking up his residence in Toronto street. Here on Mar. 4, 1920, with the ten members of their family, Mr. And Mrs. Reynolds celebrated their diamond jubilee.
In religion, deceased was a Methodist, and in politics a staunch Conservative. He also had been a member of Orange Lodge No. 605 of Craigvale. A man of upright character, he was highly thought of in the circle of his acquaintance.
Left to mourn his loss are his wife, six daughters; Mrs. Geo. Dyer, Holly; Mrs. Henry Pratt, Stroud; Mrs. J. E. Simpson, Pittsburg; Mrs. Thos. Mulholland, Toronto; Mrs. L. Pratt and Miss Etna, at home; four sons: Wm. J. And Capt. J. W. Of Toronto; Albert of London, and Herbert of Pittsburg.
The funeral, in charge of the Orange Lodge to which deceased belonged, took place on Wednesday to Stroud, Rev. E. T. Douglas officiating.
|Linked to (13)||Albert Henry Reynolds|
Alma Jane Reynolds
Etna N. Reynolds
Frances Alice Reynolds
Herbert Ruthvan Reynolds
John Wilson Reynolds
Mary Elizabeth Reynolds
Sarah Ann Reynolds
William Johnson Reynolds
Family: Samuel Reynolds / Sarah Hurst