about 1627 - 1708 (~ 81 years)
||Capt. Nathaniel Reynolds |
||Shoemaker  |
||10 July 1708
||Bristol, RI 
- According to Savage, Nathaniel was of ar. co. 1658, freeman1665, and ‘I think that capt. in Philip’s war on service at Chelmsford 25 Feb 1676. He is in Boston tax list of 1695; but perhaps had some years lived at Bristol.’
Nathaniel’s father’s will left him a large amount of property, and the family home on the corner of Washington and Milk Streets in Boston. He lived in Boston until about 1681 when he and his family removed to Bristol where he built a home on the northeast corner of Bradford and Thames Streets.
Nathaniel had signed with the Proprietors on 27 Aug 1680 for a thirty-second part of the Mt Hope Lands, and was an original settler of Bristol. He was one of the founders on 3 May 1687 of the Congressional Church at Briston, and was elected grand juryman, sealer of leather, and selectman of Bristol. Capt. Nathaniel Reynold’s will called him of Bristol, and it was dated 7 Oct 1706 and proved 3 Nov 1708. He mentioned no wife, but named five sons: Nathaniel (eldest) of Boston, John, Peter, Joseph, and Benjamin (youngest) Reynolds; daughters Sarah wife of John Fosdick of Boston, Mary Woodbery, Hannah wife of Samuel Royall of Boston, an d Ruth Reynolds; his sister Mary Sanger of Watertwon; his house in Boston, his farm and house in Briston, and his 500 acres in Quenepank (Quinapaug). An inventory of his estate in Boston, located in the south end, was dated Boston 3 Nov 1708 and totalled £794 5s 6d.
Nathaniel was select Mar 1685 Chief Constable for the City of Boston. Later he served as Lieut. and then Capt. in the Massachusetts Militia. [1, 2, 3]
||11 October 2011 |
||Sarah Dwight, b. 7 June 1638, Dedham, MA , d. 8 July 1663, Boston, MA (Age 25 years) |
||30 December 1657
||Boston, MA 
- Nathl. Reynolds and Sarah Dwite daughter of John Dwite of Dedham were married 30th—10th month by John Endecott Governor
|+||1. Sarah Reynolds, b. 26 July 1659, Boston, MA , d. 1 January 1718, Boston, MA (Age 58 years)|
| ||2. Mary Reynolds, b. 20 November 1660, Boston, MA , d. 8 January 1663, Boston, MA (Age 2 years)|
|+||3. Nathaniel Reynolds, b. 3 March 1662, Boston, MA , d. 31 May 1717, Marblehead, MA (Age 55 years)|
||Family Group Sheet
||Priscilla Brackett, b. about 1646, d. before 1738 (Age ~ 91 years) |
|+||1. Mary Reynolds, b. about 1665, Boston, MA , d. 27 September 1718, Bristol, RI (Age ~ 53 years)|
| ||2. John Reynolds, b. 4 August 1668, Boston, MA , d. 30 January 1757, Bristol, RI (Age 88 years)|
|+||3. Capt. Peter Reynolds, b. 26 January 1670, Boston, MA , d. between 8 December 1726 and 28 June 1728 (Age 56 years)|
| ||4. Philip Reynolds, b. 15 September 1674, Boston, MA , d. before 1706 (Age < 31 years)|
|+||5. Ens. Joseph Reynolds, b. 29 December 1676, Boston, MA , d. 16 January 1759, Bristol, RI (Age 82 years)|
|+||6. Hannah Reynolds, b. 15 January 1681, Boston, MA , d. after 10 December 1739 (Age > 58 years)|
|+||7. Benjamin Reynolds, b. 10 May 1686, Bristol, RI , d. 4 August 1770, Bristol, RI (Age 84 years)|
|+||8. Ruth Reynolds, b. 9 December 1688, Bristol, RI , d. 3 July 1737, Bristol, RI (Age 48 years)|
||Family Group Sheet
- [S9] Joseph Savage, (Little Brown, Boston, 1860).
- [S352] S. F. Tillman, (Chevy Chase, Md., 1959).
- [S416] Dorothy Chapman Sanders, (Hreitage Books, 1992).
- [S37] Robert Charles Anderson, (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston,).
- [S351] (1883, 1894, 1903).