Reynolds (No.2) family genealogy

Of Dublin

Arms: See those of "Reynolds" (No. 1).

121. Owen: son of Thomas, who is No. 120 on the "Reynolds" (No. 1) pedigree, had a son John.

122. John: said son of Owen; had three sons—Owen, Charles, and Thomas.

123. Thomas: said son of John. This Thomas had two sons—Ivar of Cloon, and Henry of Annaghduff.

124. Henry: second son of Thomas; born 1610; took the National side in 1641.

125. Thomas: his son.

126. George: his son.

127. —— MacRannall of Corduff, born 1707; had three sons:—1. Charles, proprietor of Esker-Each and Esker-na-Coille, who left issue —Brian, Henry, and George; 2. Ignatius, lived in Spain, and d. s. p.; and 3. Laurence of Clonbonny.

128. Laurence: the third son; b. 1737; had six sons:—1. Henry; 2. Mark; 3. Edmond; 4. John; 5. Patrick; and 6. Charles, whose son Henry (of the 58th Foot) died of apoplexy at Shorncliffe Camp, 1859, leaving issue.

129. Henry: son of Laurence; b. 1767, lord of Muintir Eoluis; m. Margaret, dau. of Richard Bulkley, M.D., Nenagh, and left issue:

1. Thomas Reynolds, Marshal of Dublin, born January 20th, 1793.

2. John Reynolds, Alderman, J.P., M.P., ex-Lord Mayor of Dublin, born 1797; and

3. Henry Reynolds, born 1799.