Thomas Reynolds of Gravesend - Christopher Tillman Reynolds

Started by Debra Reynolds on Friday, August 24, 2012


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8/24/2012 at 9:45 AM

I am related to Christopher Tillman Reynolds. I am 14 generations from him.
Christopher Tillman Reynolds-England
George R Reynolds-England
Christopher Reynolds-England
Rchard Joshua Reynolds-Viriginia
Richard Reynolds-Viriginia
James Reynolds-Virginia
Richard Spencer Reynolds--Virginia
Spencer Reynolds-Georgia
Spencer Reynolds-Georgia
John Andrew Reynolds-Georgia
William Rufus ReynoldsAlabama
James Roscoe Reynolds-Alabama
Herman Atwood Reynolds-Texas
Debra Jean Reynolds-Kentucky

Is Christopher Tillman's son Thomas, Cecily's father? My branch is off of George R (1555) born in Kent, England. His son Christopher (1611 born in Kent, England) goes to the Virginia colony in 1622 with his brother Thomas (1590 born in Kent, England).
I have that Thomas' death is in Richmond, Virginia and Christopher's death in the Isle of Wight County, Virigina.

There was a question in some research whether Cecily was Christopher's sister. I did not have her as a sister, however, I read all that I could on her just in case her name came up again. Christopher's siblings are Robert, Anne, Thomas, James, William, and John.

My Christopher (1611) father is George R Reynolds (1555 born in Kent, England) and mother Thomasyn Nathanielle Church (1566 in in Beaksbourne, Kent, England)

I have gone back, as far as, Richard (Reynolds) Reynell born in 1150 Pyttney, Somersetshire, England. Spouse: Marjorie Walls Allen.

Do you have any information before this time?

8/24/2012 at 10:40 AM

Hi there cousin Debra, and welcome to Geni.

Are you referring to the Ancient Planter Cecily Reynolds ? There is no proof of her ancestry. On charm principles The Reynolds Family Association accepts her with many very clear caveats.

I have not seen anything at all solid on Reynolds before 1150. It's pretty amazing that this family can be tracked back that far.

I look forward to your building your own family tree that hooks in with the Geni tree.

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