Edwin R. Reynolds
Born in Fort Ann, New York, he was son of Linus J. Reynolds (1790-1838) and Alice (Baker) Reynolds.
Linus Reynolds was the editor and publisher of the Northern Spectator newspaper in Poultney (town), Vermont, and Edwin Reynolds was an apprentice printer at the Spectator at the same time as Horace Greeley.
Edwin Reynolds graduated from Brown University and taught school. He was principal of Albion Academy in Barre, Orleans County, New York for six years. He was county school superintendent from 1843 to 1845.
Reynolds was Orleans County Judge and Surrogate Judge from 1864 to 1868, afterwards resuming the practice of law.
He died in Albion on July 4, 1908. He was interred in Mount Albion Cemetery.
- Henry Perry Smith, Landmarks of Orleans County, New York, 1894, page 189
- Philermenian Society, Catalogue of the Library and Members of the Philermenian Society: Brown University, 1844, page 56
- New York State Legislature, Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York, Volume 7, 1870, page 59
- University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Edwin Ruthvin Papers, Biography, Edwin Ruthvin reynolds, retrieved November 10, 2013
- Edwin R. Reynolds at the Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
- Edwin R. Reynolds at Find a Grave
- Edwin R. Reynolds at The Political Graveyard
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