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John Reynolds

Rank: Private
Town/Village: Plumas County, California
Civil Parish:
Catholic Parish:
Country: U.S.A.
Alternative Address: Camagh, Ballinamuck, Co. Longford ; Portola, Plumas County, Cali;
Census 1901: Resident at Camagh
Census 1911:
Regiment/Unit: US Army
Regiment Number:
Date of Death: 15-04-1945
Cause: Survived WW1;
Memorial: Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery, Reno, Nevada, USA

 John was born in Camagh, between the 7 December 1891 and the 1 January 1892. 

 John emigrated to the US on the RMS Caronia, on the 13 April 1910 with his brother Patrick*, and later moved to Plumas County in California.  By 1917, his was working as a lumberjack with the Sloat Lumber Company in California, where his brother James also worked. 

John was drafted for WW1 service, and was formally called up in April/May 1918. 

After WW1, John married Matha Harriet (Matie) Kiely. He moved to Portola, California, where his brother Felix lived, and ran a mercantile business there; John later worked for the Plumas Water Company.  

John's brothers James and Edward also served in WW1, sadly Edward was killed in action in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive. 

Parents Names: Son of Michael Reynolds and Anne (née Gormley) of Cammagh, Ballinamuck.
Notes: *They noted their sisters Maggie Reynolds and Mrs Mary Dunleavy of Pelham Manor, New York, on their shipping manifest.

Link to Civil Record of Birth; notice of death, Feather River Bulletin; entry on Find A Death

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