George Reynolds

George Reynolds (1842-1909) was born 1 Jan. 1842 in Marylebone, Middlesex, England. He was the son of George Reynolds and Julia Ann Tautz. He married Mary Ann Tuddenham in 1865; participated in plural marriage. He was baptized 4 May 1856. He served alongside Wilford Woodruff in church leadership and secretarial positions from about 1865 to 1898. He died 9 Aug. 1909 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.

Footnotes

George Reynolds (KWCJ-ZM6), “Family Tree,” database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 7 Dec. 2022). George Reynolds, Wilford Woodruff Papers (https://wilfordwoodruffpapers.org/subjects/george-reynolds, accessed 7 Dec. 2022). “Missionary Department missionary registers, 1860-1959 / Book B, 1860 April 25-1894 April 27,” entry for George Reynolds, p. 20, image 21/148, CR 301 22; Church History Library (https://catalog.churchofjesuschrist.org/, accessed 7 Dec. 2022). Deseret News, “Sad Death of an Estimable Woman” (Salt Lake City, Utah), 23 Dec. 1885, p. 12; database with images, Utah Digital Newspapers (https://digitalnewspapers.org/, accessed 7 Dec. 2022). “Utah Death Certificates, 1904-1965,” database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org, accessed 7 Dec. 2022); George Reynolds, 9 Aug. 1909, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah, certificate 1178, series 81448; Utah State Archives Research Center, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah; DGS 4120992.

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    Part of Letter from William D. Elder, 8 February 1897

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    to thrust in my sycle and Reap the Harvest while it is in full Blume I will try and Bee Redy to start Back By the first of May if I posibley can By that time I will have my crop in amd things [shaped] so that I can go again providing that I can Raise the means to pay my fair down. thain please ancer this Rite a way so that I will Know whether to prepair to Go or not I Rote to Elder George Reunelds and sent ...
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    Part of Letter from George N. Crow, 22 January 1897

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    Salt Lake City, U. t. Jan 22 [18]97. President Wilford Woodruff, City. Dear Brother: Your letter of the 15th isnt. notifying me that my name had been suggested and accepted as a missionary to Eastern States, duly received. Tuesday, Jan- uary 19th, I called on Brother Geo. Reynolds ...
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    January 22, 1897
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    Part of Letter from Frederick Jensen Holst, 24 March 1898,

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    I desire to work as missionary while I am there. My family is willing that I should go. Will be in Salt Lake the 7th of May and go with the other missionaries. Will you kindly answer this to President Connte Peterson. And greatly oblige Your Brother in the Gospel Frederick Jensen Holst He writes well- if he has written the above. Why not approve of his going? I am perfectly willing he should go- as seeking genealogies and not strictly as a missionary, ...
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    Part of Letter from Hans O. Magleby, 30 June 1898,

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    him personally. Your Brother in the Gospel Hans O. Magleby Orson Magleby Bp. of Monroe Ward. Presdt Woodruff As Brother John E Magleby was Selected because of his knowledge of the Maori language I do not wish to divert the design I have no suggestion to make. He is a good man a hard worker in any labor to which he may be called. we have the greatest confidence in him as the result of observing his course in this Stake Resp
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    Part of Letter from J. E. Magleby, 30 December 1897

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    J. E. Magleby. Grower of Cattle and Sheep Importer and Breeder of Pure French, Marino Rams. Monroe, Utah, Dec 30th 1897 Prest Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother Nearly ten days ago I recieved your letter notifying me of my call to take a return mission to New Zealand. And in answer will say that I accept the same not only as a favor as on honor, but as a great privilige given to only a few, and will do my best to be ready to go when wanted ...
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    December 30, 1897
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    Part of Letter from J. P. Casey, 18 February 1897

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    S. B. NEWCOMB, Lawyer. Las Cruces, N. M., ---------189 a Resivoir to supply water from the Rio Grande River, which is being constructed by an English Co at a cost of about two millions. Should any of your friends visit our Valley, I will take pleasure in showing them around. Hopeing to hear from you, I am Yours truly, J. P. Casey, Jr. Address: J. P. Casey, Jr. Box 28 Las Cruces N. Mex. The First Presidency desire Bro. Brigham to ...
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    Part of Letter from James H. Kirk Sr., 20 October 1897

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    Smithfield Utah May 26/97 Geo. Reynolds Esq. Salt Lake City Dear Brother. I must first offer my appology for such a long delayed answere to yours of the 11th inst, but have been awaiting an answere from my parents who are in Wyoming. With regret I must say, it would be impossible for me to go on a mission for some time, for several reasons: 1st I have ill for two months and am still under the ...
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    Part of Letter from William H. Corry, 4 July 1897

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    only eighteen years of age I do not feel to indorse them so young— They are good boys of course and would go if called upon There are plenty here that are older and have more experience, An early reply would greatly oblige Your brother in the gospel Wm H Corry Bp per JG You will notice by the accompanying letter that the brethren from Cedar City are either directly recomended by Prest. U. T. Jones or endorsed by him. G. R That is ...
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    Part of Letter from Joseph Hebden, 27 July 1897

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    Bro R. this came addessed to me W. S. [sideways text]Ask him to report when he knows when he can come [end of sideways text] George Town 27 July 1897 President Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Utah. Dear Bro The letter sent to me from I you found me at George Town Bear Lake Co Idaho, I wrote an answer and took it to Bishop Lewis for his Endorsement. he felt as though I should have my reccommend from ...
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    July 27, 1897
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    Part of Letter from Joseph Jensen, 24 September 1897

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    Joseph Jensen Sept. 27 [18]97 in the family that will ever be called to that impor- tant position. My mother also feels very disapointed. But let that be as it may I am willing to abide by your decision. From your humble brother in the Gospel, Joseph Jensen Please answer. and let me know when to be present in Salt Lake City. I indorse the above N.P. Rasmussen Bp Leran This brother has not yet been called, the reason why