Spencer Reynolds1

M, #11959, (c 1750 - c 1830)
  • Reference: [11959:*]



Child of Spencer Reynolds & Phebe Waggener

Children of Spencer Reynolds

  • Last Edited: 12 May 2016


  1. 11959.
  2. [S2] LDS Church, "Ancestral File (TM)", Ancestral File.
  3. [S177] Rootsweb/Ancestry Database: Database: Lunar 2, Chandra Dawson Martin <e-mail address>, 3 Oct 2000, transcribed 5 Oct 2000.
  4. [S208] Unknown compiler, down 4 Oct 2000.
  5. [S2262] Find A Grave, URL: http://www.findagrave.com, Spencer Reynolds [11 May 2016]
    Birth:      1757
    Virginia, USA
    Death:      May 19, 1830
    Williamson County
    Tennessee, USA

    Some of his children may have been:
    1. Richard C. REYNOLDS b. ca.1779
    2. Green REYNOLDS b. ca.1781
    3. Reuben REYNOLDS b. 1784
    4. Coleman REYNOLDS b. 1785
    5. Nancy REYNOLDS b. ca.1787
    6. George Washington REYNOLDS b. ca.1789
    7. Reuben REYNOLDS b.1791
    8. Sally REYNOLDS b. ca.1792
    9. Catherine REYNOLDS b. ca.1793
    10. Elizabeth REYNOLDS b. ca.1795
    11. Matilda REYNOLDS b. ca.1797
    12. Spencer REYNOLDS b. 1805
    13. Phebe REYNOLDS b. ca.1802
    14. William C. REYNOLDS
    Will of Spencer Reynolds (page 561)
    Williamson County
    In the name of God Amen, the twentieth day of May Eighteen hundred and twenty six. I Spencer Reynolds, in the County of Williamson, and State of Tennessee being much indisposed and weak in body, but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God therefore, and calling to mind the mortality of my body, knowing that it is appointed for all men and to die, do make and
    ordain this my last will and testament.
    That is to say, principally and first of all, I recommend my Soul to God, who gave it, and my body to return to its mother earth: and as touching such worldly estate, where
    with it hath pleased God to bless me, in this life, I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form. It is my will and I order that all my just debts, general charges, be paid.
    Item: I give and bequeath to my beloved son Richard C. Reynolds, heirs Ten dollars to be paid in twelve months after my death. I also will and ordain that all
    of property of every kind be sold and the money equally divided between my beloved children as follows, to wit: Green Reynolds, Nancy Kennerly, George Reynolds, Catharine Barber, Spencer Reynolds, Coleman Reynolds, Elizabeth Barber, Reuben Reynolds, Matilda Durham.
    And I do likewise constitute make and ordain my sons Spencer Reynolds and my son Reuben Reynolds, Executors of this my last will and testament, wholly and solly,
    and I do hereby disallow, revoke and disannul all and every other will and testament, bequested and execution by me at any time before named, will or bequeath, ratifying this and no other to be my last will and testament.
    Spencer Reynolds (seal)
    signed, sealed in presents
    of us
    Thomas Wilson
    Robert Wilson
    Proved July Session 1830
    Reuben Wagener vs Catharine Allen, widow of Fisher Allen, dec'd, SPENCER REYNOLDS AND WIFE PHOEBE, Thomas Marshall and wife Myrtylla, John Hughes and wife Ann, Jacob Mitchell and wife Catherine, which said Catharine, Phoebe, Myrtella, Ann and Catharine are children and heirs of Greensby Waggoner, dec'd.
    (Issue of 14 Sept 1802)
    (Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 42, No. 4 (Oct-Dec), 1998, p. 299,300, Culpeper County. Chancery. 17 Aug 1802)

    Family links:
    Richard Spencer Reynolds (1736 - 1787)
    Sarah Ann Hamilton Reynolds (1738 - ____)

    Phoebe Waggoner Reynolds (1760 - ____)*

    Spencer Reynolds (1757 - 1830)
    Richard Reynolds (1770 - 1823)**

    *Calculated relationship

    Moses Steele Cemetery
    Williamson County
    Tennessee, USA

    Created by: Howard Cobb
    Record added: Jan 12, 2010
    Find A Grave Memorial# 46613061.
  6. [S2262] Find A Grave, URL: http://www.findagrave.com, [25 Apr 2016]
    Birth: 1736
      Caroline County
      Virginia, USA

    Death: 1787
      Wilkes County
      Georgia, USA

    He served in the Revolutionary War with Hendersons' Company in the Virginia State Line.
    He married Sarah and some of their children were:
    Rachel, who married in 1779 to Thomas Matthews
    Thomas, born 1766
    Garland, born 1768
    Joseph, born 1770
    Elijah, born 1774, md. in 1801, Nancy Jones
    Benjamin Franklin
    Greensby, born 1786 in Henry County, Virginia; died 1853 in Walton County, Georgia. He married Ermine Unknown and they had 8 children.
    His son, Spencer Reynolds was in born Henry County, Virginia. Spencer died 1830 in Williamson County, Tennessee. He is buried at the Reynolds Family cemetery in that county at Riggs Crossroads.
    His Will is on file in Williamson County, Tennessee. Issue: Richard C.; Green; Nancy, who married Kennerly; George Washington; Sally; Catherine, who married Barber; Coleman, born 1785; Spencer, born 1800; Elizabeth, who married Barber; Reuben, born 1784; Matilda, who married Durham; Phebe, who married Thomas Smith; and William C.
    1779 Henry County Tax List for Henry County, VA.

    Richard Reynolds
    James Reynolds

    Richard Reynolds, Sr.
    Spencer Reynolds
    Richard Reynolds, Jr.
    George Reynolds
    John Reynolds

    Bartlett Reynolds
    John Reynolds
    Moses Reynolds
    Susanna Reynolds
    2 Mar 1782, Court Order Book, Richard Reynolds was allowed 280 pounds of beef furnished by the Commissioner of Provisions.
    2 Mar 1782, Court Order Book, Richard Reynolds is allowed 182 pasturages, 38 diets, 4 bushels and a half corn furnished the Commissioner of Provisions for public use.
    27 Nov 1782, Deed Bk. 1, pp.314-5, Richard Reynolds of Henry County, Virginia, purchased from Jimmy and John James of the same county, for 60 pounds, 400 acres on Shooting Creek, beginning at the fork of Turkey Cock Creek on both sides, crosses Rakoon Branch.
    25 May 1784, Deed Bk. 1, pp. 486-7, Richard Reynolds of Henry County, Virginia, sold to William Edwards, for 100 pounds, 400 acres on Shooting Creek, beginning at the fork of Turkey Cock Creek on both sides, crosses Rakoon Branch.
    25 May 1785, Deed Bk. 2, p. 133, Richard Reynolds of the one party and his wife Mary Reynolds of the other part. The said Richard Reynolds hath allowed his wife Mary the following articles: a tract of land that joins the east side of the land he now lives on with the plantation and orchards thereon to have peaceful possession during her lifetime if she will live thereon, also five pounds in gold or silver to be paid yearly during her lifetime, also one hundred pounds to be valued to her in stock and house goods. Mary Reynolds agrees for her part to give the said Richard Reynolds all the best of the estate belonging to them to have it in peaceful possession and all other properties to him and his heirs, never to claim anything belonging to the said Richard Reynolds.

    Family links:
         James Reynolds (1715 - 1791)
         Susannah Lindsay Reynolds (1724 - 1781)

         Sarah Ann Hamilton Reynolds (1738 - ____)

         Spencer Reynolds (1757 - 1830)*
         Richard Reynolds (1770 - 1823)*

         Richard Spencer Reynolds (1736 - 1787)
         George Reynolds (1750 - 1813)*
         Jesse Reynolds (1754 - 1836)*
         Millenton Foster Reynolds (1767 - 1850)*

    *Calculated relationship


    Maintained by: Howard Cobb
    Originally Created by: deegraver
    Record added: May 03, 2011
    Find A Grave Memorial# 69293877.
  7. [S1] Age 76, born in Virginia, according to 1850 census of Franklin COunty, Tennessee.