|Birth: ||Sep. 10, 1862|
|Death: ||Jan. 4, 1943|
William Jackson Reynolds was a farmer and a justice of the peace in the Jellico community. He gave the first acre of land that eventually became the Jellico Community cemetery.
In February 1886 he married Luray Virginia Lee. They were the parents of three sons and three daughters.
The Dothan (AL) Eagle, Tuesday afternoon, January 5, 1943
Funeral services for W. J. Reynolds, eighty, of Newton route one, who died at his home last night, following a long illness, will be held tomorrow with the Rev. James A. Zellner of Newton officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery with Ward-Wilson directing.
A charter member of Winslette Chapel Methodist Church and the Newton Masonic Lodge, Mr. Reynolds lived in the Newton route one community for the past fifty-six years.
He is survived by four sons, W. C. Reynolds, G. C. Reynolds, R. E. Reynolds and B. H. Reynolds, all of Newton; three daughters, Mrs. E. S. Hollis and Miss Annie Reynolds, both of Newton and Mrs. E. H. Hollis of Dothan; two brothers, John Reynolds of Southern Pines, N. C. and George Reynolds of Ozark; two sisters, Mrs. Julian Thomas of Birmingham, and Mrs. Alice Stephens of Newton; thirteen grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
George Washington Reynolds (1830 - 1911)
Mary Elizabeth Mullins Reynolds (1837 - 1914)
Luray Virginia Lee Reynolds (1865 - 1942)*
Willie Clarence Reynolds (1886 - 1968)*
Gus Cuthbert Reynolds (1888 - 1965)*
Robert Edward Reynolds (1894 - 1947)*
Ben Hugh Reynolds (1896 - 1969)*
Anna Lola Reynolds (1899 - 1986)*
Stella Maude Reynolds Hollis (1902 - 1993)*
Martha Jane Reynolds (1857 - 1858)*
Mary Etta Reynolds Dick (1859 - 1937)*
William Jackson Reynolds (1862 - 1943)
John Sampson Reynolds (1865 - 1961)*
Allie Bama Reynolds Stephens (1870 - 1952)*
George Washington Reynolds (1872 - 1953)*
Jellico Community Cemetery
Created by: Mary Louise Reynolds
Record added: Feb 15, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 85024605