|Posted By:||john reynolds|
|Subject:||Re: AMOS REYNOLDS descendants PA., NY, OH?|
|Post Date:||November 23, 2010 at 08:16:04|
|Forum:||Erie County, PA Genealogy Forum|
THANKS SO MUCH for the reply!!! I am about to give up! I have found other Norman Reynoldsīs with the same name in the same general area born around the same time.
I do have Normanīs death certificate. It says he was born in Erie PA, mother Harriet Markham of Warren (not Bridget) and father Amos, born in Maine, carpenter.
Warren could be county or city in PA but there seem to be no trees with any Harriet (Hattie) Markham, Markum, etc. If this is the same family, Normanīs older sister was named Harriet after their mother, and if this is the same family in North East, Erie Co., PA then Bridget was a second wife.
That would mean that Sarah, Daniel, Amelia, and Julia were half brothers and sisters to Norman and HarrietII (Lettie) (the daughter of Harriet, Hattie Markum.) This makes sense that Norman and "Lettie" were born in PA, and the other half siblingsī records do say how they were born in NY.
If this is the same family, then Amos at 72 was living with his (and Bridgetīs) daughter Amelia(Emelie)Carter and her husband William Carter in 1870, in Pomfret. Yet this also makes an age discrepancy (birth 1808) with the other census records which do seem to put Amosī birth year at 1810.
(Supposedly Amosī father was also born in Maine, and his mother born in Rhode Island.) I have been randomly looking at other Reynolds trees who came out of Plymouth Colony (Middleboro MA) as one Daniel Reynolds got a land grant in Maine after the Revolution. Yet it was Burnham and not Bangor (and this is just random guessing) very frustrating!
The war in 1812 over the Northern Territories, may be a good reason the father of Amos left Bangor Maine? situated on the Penobscot River (Hanover Co. became Penobscot, Co. after Feb 16,1816) as the British had brought violence to that spot twice.
As a conclusion, I guess this is probably him.
North East , Erie, Pennsylvania
Amos Reynolds (SELF)
Bridget Reynolds (2ND WIFE?)
Harriet Reynold (DAUGHTER WITH 1ST WIFE?)
Norman Reynolds (SON WITH 1ST WIFE?)
Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Amos Reynolds, m, 45, abt 1815 Maine
Bridget Reynolds, f, 42, abt 1818 Ireland
Sarah Reynolds, f, 1o, abt 1850, New York
Daniel Reynolds, m, 7, abt 1853 New York
Amelia Reynolds, f, 6, abt 1854 New York
Julia Reynolds, f, 2, abt 1858 New York
Pomfret, Chautauqua, New York
Amos Reynolds, head, 60, Maine
Lettie Reynolds, f, 27, Pa.
Amelia Reynolds, f, 15, N.Y.
David(Daniel) Reynolds, m, 18, N.Y.
Dunkirk, Chautauqua, New York
B; abt 1851 N.Y.
Parents b: N.Y.
This could be the confusion if "Amos and Bridget" are a different family than "Amos and Harriet (with Harvey and Norman)
in 1860 in Pomfret here is AMOS and Bridget
(8-14-1860 PAGE 246)
BUT here in 1860 also in Pomfret is:
REYNOLDS AMOS Page 582
REYNOLDS HARRIET Page 501
REYNOLDS HARVEY Page 573
REYNOLDS NORMAN Page 501
POMFRET NY CHAUTAUQUA 1860
These could be the same records, or two families with similar names? This Harriet above could be the sister or the mother???? I donīt know the details, only the index.
This index comes from:
THANKS AGAIN FOR ANY FOLLOWUPS!
Emilie(Amelia) Carter, wife, 25, abt 1855 N.Y.
Earl Carter, son, 6, abt 1874 N.Y.
Archie Carter, son, 4, abt 1876 N.Y.
Amus Reynolds, father in-law, 72, abt 1808 Maine
Father b: Maine
Motherb: R. Island (SHOULD SAY IRELAND NOT RI)
One thing I am sure of is that this civil war record is definitely the right Norman, my grandmother referred to Normanīs wife Martha F. (Ellis) Reynolds as "Grandmother Reynolds" I have also got Normanīs service record from the National Archives.
REYNOLDS,Norman, Pomfret, CC-140
Norman Reynolds ,
Enlistment Date: 12 August 1861
Distinguished Service: Side Served: Union
State Served: New York
Unit Numbers: 1524 1524 1524
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 12 August 1861 at the age of 18
Enlisted in Company A, 49th Infantry Regiment New York on 30 August 1861.
Reenlisted in Company A, 49th Infantry Regiment New York on 16 December 1863
Wounded on 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA
(*The attack on the 12th was the last of the hard fighting
about Spotsylvania The Union loss at Spotsylvania, during the ten days
fighting, was 2,725 killed, 13,416 wounded and 2,258 missing.
The Confederate losses were not officially reported and
various estimates have been made, some of which place the
total in killed, wounded and missing as high as 15,000)
Promoted to Full Corporal on 22 April 1865
Mustered out Company A, 49th Infantry Regiment New York on 27 June 1865 in
Widow Martha F. pensioned April 1904 NY
FORESTVILLE PIONEER CEMETERY
Reynolds Norman 1845 - 1904 Co. A 491h Reg. N. Y. Vol.
Reynolds Martha F. 1852 - 1943 (nee ELLIS)