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 E.J. DeLamater, 16 August 1897

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    E. J. DeLamataer Aug. 16 [18]97 Bro. George
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    Part of Letter from Horsley Woods, 16 August 1892

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    particulars especially as to whether such a stamp was really issued and if so why it is not now in circulation It is possible that similar stamps of greater value were issued and if so perhaps you will kindly give me particulars and if not taking too great a liberty, I would ask you to spare me specimens should you have them I may add that the stamp I have bears a post mark which I believe to be genuine Apolojising for troubling you and thanking your in anticipation for your kind reply I am Yours faithfully
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 10 April 1884

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    Stakes No. Families Apportionment. Brt. Forward 16858 73 16 Summit, 569 2 17 Tooele, 489 2 18 Utah, 3156 14 19 Wasatch, 589 3 20 Weber, 1894 8 23555 102 Emery Stake omitted. W Woodruff Chairman This apportionment has been approved by Pres. Taylor G.B. ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 8 March 1881

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    to get the engine out of the Temple as it is doing a great deal of damage in blacking the walls on the outside. It will cost a thousand dollars to put the Temple in as good repair as it was when the engine was first put in and the longer it continues the worse it will be. The outside building for the engine also a dining room should be erected as soon as circumstances will per mit; however these matters we can talk over at Conference We expect Brothers E Snow,
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    Part of Letter from Edward W. Tullidge to Wilford Woodruff and Quorum and the Presiding Bishops, 23 December 1888

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    five thousand dollars, in traveling over all these Counties gathering and writing their history. For a year and a quarter I had Bro Joseph Hall engaged at $100 per month, and all travelling and hotel expenses he are ^paid;^ and Elder James A. Little seven months at $75 and expenses. They were constantly from home traveling, collecting history and obtaining biographical matter, while I myself have been out most of the time of the last two and half years on this same work; which, giving me even a small wage to ...
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    Part of Letter from J. F. Noyes, 31 March 1889

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    Provo Mar 31, 1889. Pres. Wilford Woodruff, Salt Lake City, Utah. Dear Bro.: About Jan 1st I received a notification to take a mission to Great Britain to start Tuesday (April 9th) in answer to which I reported that I would be ready at the apointed time If you can answer the question will you please let me know which road I will go on. If I am to go on the D & R. G. I will leave my things ...
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    March 31, 1889
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    Part of Letter from John T. Smellie, 18 September 1887

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    John T. Smellie 18 Sept. 1887 Accepts Mission G. R. Pres. W. W.
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    Part of Letter from R. Larson, 28 September 1887

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    Logan City Sept. 26/87 Geo Reynolds Esq. Dear Bro. Should have answered your note sooner but I have been overcrowded with business and a delay was unavoidable. Bro. R. Larson is 48 years age a native of Denmark Speaks Danish Has taken out his first paper Not subject to Millitary duty Your Brother BM. Lewis ...
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    Part of Letter from William Price, 11 November 1888

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    Bro Richards: Is there any need of answering this letter, or have you told him all that is necessary? G. R. I informed a Bror who asked on his behalf still it would be well I think to answer that he may feel at ease in his affliction F. D. R. [upside down text] William Price 11 Nov. 1888 [end of upside-down text] ...
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    Part of Letter from A. P. Renstrom, 3 May 1889

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    Huntsville Weber Co. May 3rd 1889 Elder Geo. Reynolds Salt Lake City Dear Brother: Your favor of May 3rd has been received. When I wrote my an- swer to Prest. Woodruff I was reques- ted to state that I had returned from a mission four years ago this fall, and further more to make an excuse. But my feelings were to go when called and with the help of God do the best I could in spreading the Gospel. I understand that my father ...
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    May 3, 1889