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Beals Davis Reynolds

Advertisement From W. C. Reynolds For Comrades Of His Brother, J. T. Reynolds.

W. C. Reynolds, 522 Thirty-Third Avenue, Meridian, Miss., writes that his brother, J. T. Reynolds, raised a battalion or regiment in Green and Knox Counties, Tenn., and he would like to correspond with any survivors of that command. He has some papers signed by James W. Davis, captain of a company of cavalry of Reynolds Battalion, Allen's Legion: also duplicate descriptive roll, Capt. David Beals, October 28, 1862, approved by J. T. Reynolds, lieutenant colonel commanding a battalion under General Buckner, he thinks, when captured and placed in jail at Knoxville, Tenn., from which he escaped.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, April, 1915.

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