THE REYNOLDS COLLECTION

IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFO ON THE MILLIGAN FAMILY, PLEASE CONTACT

LAVINIA SALA; ON THE MCGOWAN FAMILY, CONTACT

GEORGE MCGOWAN AND ON THE REMAINDER, YOU MAY

                STILL CONTACT ME UNTIL SUCH TIME WHEN I FIND

SOMEONE MUCH YOUNGER WILLING TO ASSUME

MAINTENANCE AND UPDATES OF THIS SITE.

 

Reynolds

McGowan

Fleming

Milligan

Thomas

Photo Albums

Whats New???

Links

This is the web-site of Keith Reynolds of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. My prime purpose in creating this web site was to include all the Family tree data that I have accumulated over the past years.  The gathering of names has almost made the name "The Reynolds Collection" redundant as so many names and families have been added.  The data and surnames could be of interest to almost anyone with roots in Charlotte County, New Brunswick.

If you would like to inform me of any changes, additions or deletions, or comments favorable or otherwise, please e-mail me at: keanne@telus.net.



Now lets get to the Genealogy part of this Web site.  When I originally started researching my family tree, my intention was to find out where my "REYNOLDS" Ancestors came from.  Now, years later, I have over 3200 names in my GEDCOM file and still am not sure where the first Reynolds in my family tree came from.

Click on any of the blocks to the right to go to your area of interest in this website

[Scene]This Family tree is based on the Ancestors, Descendents and close relatives of the late Harry Reynolds of Blackland, NB. For those of you who don't know where Blackland is, it lies between St Stephen and Old Ridge on Highway #3. Blackland as a district seemed to disappear when the School was torn down.
This Data and History has been compiled and edited by me, the youngest son of Harry and Jessie Reynolds.

The data gathered is from a great variety of sources. These include personal "tales" and verified data from a long list of "long-lost" cousins and friends. Much of the data has been found in the files of the The St Croix Courier held at the St Stephen Public Library. In addition to the countless hours spent there, I had the occasion to visit the Archives at the Old Goal in St Andrews, the Harvey Community Library and the Provincial Archives at UNB. Under the circumstances, the data is as factual as possible, however variance in dates and spelling of names makes some of the information to be classed as "presumptions".

I WOULD APPRECIATE IT VERY MUCH IF ANYONE WISHING TO USE ANY OF THE DATA PUBLISHED HERE TO REQUEST PERMISSION AS I DID NOT INTEND FOR PROFESSIONAL GENEALOGISTS AND WEBSITES TO CHARGE A FEE FOR PROVIDING  THIS DATA


My family tree is divided into various branches. I have written or copied a Brief History of the early days of each branch. This may give you an insight as to where each branch fits in.

1.    Reynolds Family -- My direct ancestors

2.    McGowan Family -- My wife's ancestors (includes McCanns, Montgomerys and Littles)

3.    Milligan Family -- My grandparents on my mother's side.

4.    Fleming Family -- My other grandparents on my mother's side

5.    Thomas Family -- Relatives (??) on my father's side from away back.

6.    WHAT'S NEW?? -- Events of Mutual Interest.

7.    PHOTO ALBUMS -- Click to View

 


This site was last updated on 23 March 2015 and soon will be removed from the internet


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