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Margie Kutch Reynolds
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Birth: Jan. 13, 1828
Tennessee, USA
Death: May 18, 1924
Texas, USA

Monday afternoon, May 19, 1924, the remains of Mrs. Margie Kutch Reynolds were laid to rest in the Middleton Cemetery, four miles south of Aledo. Mrs. Reynolds was born in Tennessee on January 13, 1828 and lived to the ripe old age of ninety six years, four months and five days. In 1838 she came to Texas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kutch and had been a resident of Parker county for about seventy five years. In 1849 she was married to John J. Elliott. Three children were born of this union one of whom Mrs. R. L. Reynolds of Aledo is still living. Mr. Elliott died in 1855 and after living a widow eleven years she was married in 1866 to Abraham Wilson Reynolds. One child was born, Mrs. W. R. Havenhill with whom Mrs. Reynolds made her home after the death of Mr. Reynolds anumber of years ago. Besides these children she is survived by fourteen grand children and thirty-one great grand children. Most of these together with a host of her friends, both young and old were present at her death which was not unexpected as she had been a cripple confined to a wheel chair for thirteen years and was very ill the last several weeks. One grandson, Forrest Havenhill and five great grandsons, Roy, Merrill, Robert Noel and Felix Reynolds. The reliving of chronological events in the life of a woman of the type of Mrs. Reynolds gives not even the most meager idea of almost a century spent in loving srvice not only to her family but also to her friends and neighbors. Homes, too many to be counted have known the blessing of her help and courage in the time of trouble. Even after she was no longer able to move about she spent most of every day embroidering and each of her kin people has some of her work made especially for him or her. Truly it can be said of this noble spirit that "The happiness of her heart lay in the happiness of those about her."
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  Abraham Wilson Reynolds (1813 - 1903)*
  Margie Alice Reynolds Havenhill (1867 - 1957)*
*Calculated relationship
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Gomer-Middleton Cemetery
Parker County
Texas, USA
Created by: ATK
Record added: May 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 26736879
Margie <i>Kutch</i> Reynolds
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Relationship is through Abram Willis Reynolds, my 3rd great Grandfather. My grandmother was Elizabeth Harper Reynolds. From stories I have heard told, Margie was a generous thoughtful, soul.
- Denia Allen
 Added: Mar. 22, 2013
Rest in Peace
- Dana Ribble
 Added: Jan. 19, 2013

- Judy
 Added: May. 9, 2011

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