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Surname
Christian
Age
Address / Vessel
Birth Pl
Occupation / Relationship
Date/ Scource
Detail
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REYNOLDS A   AGATE H179 Third Hand 19 07 1900
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REYNOLDS ARTHUR 23 10 Elizabeth Tce Manchester St Sheffield Trawl Fisherman 1901/4479/98 Married Eliza Gray 1897 St Silas Hull WS/1/352
. ELIZA 25 . Bradford Spouse . .
. ARTHUR 2 . Hull Son . .
GRAY ALICE 15 . Bradford Sister in Law . .
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REYNOLDS E . CARLISLE H680 . Sixth Hand 20 Jul 1885 .
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REYNOLDS HENRY 15 SMACK WALTER & ALBERT H3 London Fifth hand / Cook 1871/ 4797/31 .
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REYNOLDS J H 45 BARBADOS H938 . Skipper 06 Nov 1920 Lost with all hands persumed mined - Leaves a widow and seven children, had been the skipper for her last three trips
. . . 41 Carrington St Hull . . . .
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REYNOLDS THOMAS BRUCE . . . . 1869 Marriage to Sarah Collins Furn at Holy Trinity Church Hull
FURN SARAH COLLINS . . Spouse . . Marriage to Thomas B Reynolds
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REYNOLDS THOMAS BRUCE . SMACK PROGRESS H649 London Second Hand 1871 .
REYNOLDS THOMAS . SMACK YOUNG HARRY . Skipper 1875 Reported the loss at sea of Thomas Ferber from the Smack Young Harry
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REYNOLDS JESSIE B . . Hull Daur 1872 Birth of Daughter
REYNOLDS LILIAN S . . Hull Daur 1873 Birth of Daughter
REYNOLDS JOSIAH . . Hull Son 1877 Birth of Son -
REYNOLDS SARAH COLLINS . . . SPOUSE 1877 Died 1877 possibly in childbirth with Josiah
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REYNOLDS THOMAS . SMACK HILDA . Skipper 1879 Skipper of vessel which sank in Albert Dock
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REYNOLDS THOMAS B . 35 Liddell Street Hull Cambridge Captain Seaman 1881 Boarder
WISKER ANN E . 35 Liddell Street Hull Hull Interest of Money - House Head 1881 .
WISKER EASTER . 35 Liddell Street Hull Hull . 1881 Mother of Ann E Wisker
WISKER ANN W . 35 Liddell Street Hull Sheffield . . Niece of Ann W
REYNOLDS LILIAN S . 35 Liddell Street Hull Hull . 1881 Visitor - Daughter of Thomas Reynolds
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REYNOLDS THOMAS B . . . . 1881 Marriage to Ann E Whisker Sculcoates registry office hull
WHISKER ANN . . Hull Spouse . Marriage to Thomas B Reynolds
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REYNOLDS THOMAS B . Brunswick Avenue Hull . Marine Captain 1882 .
REYNOLDS THOMAS 42 CUTTER SPEEDWELL H1283 . Skipper 06 Mar 1883 After picking up the crews of the Hull smacks Premier and Harriet the deck of the Speedwell was hit by a huge wave both the skipper and mate were washed overboard the mate managed to get back aboard but the skipper was drowned.
REYNOLDS THOMAS . B . SPEEDWELL H1283 . Skipper Dec 1883 Honour Board

14 Dec 1883  PRESENTATION TO A HULL FISHERMANS ORPHAN

 We have to record a noble act on the part of the ex-Mayoress ( Mrs Leak) and her only daughter. A short time since a public presentation was made to some fishermen in the shape of watches, &c, who had so gallantly rescued several of their comrades from a watery grave during the great storm in March last. A little boy seven years of age, an only son of a brave sea hero, was present, by name of Reynolds, son of the late captain of the S.S fish cutter Speedwell, who lost his life at the same time, but not before rescuing two crews of fishermen, when a terrible wave washed him from the bridge into the sea, and he was drowned. There was no prize for him. Yes, there is a prize though        
                                                                                          No stone may tell 
                                                                      Thy name,thy worth, thy glory,
                                                                    They rest in hearts that love thee well,
                                                                        And they grace Brittannia`s story.
Amongst the audience present were the then Mayoress ( Mrs Leak) and her daughter, who determined upon presenting the youth of so gallant a father with some memorial of his parent`s heroic deeds, in the shape of an English silver lever watch and massive silver chain. The watch bear the following inscription :-“From the Mayoress of Hull ( Mrs Leak) and Miss Leak to Josiah Reynolds, in recognition of the bravery of his father at sea in the gale of 6th March 1883.” Such gentle act bears out the words of the poet Laureate, “Kind hearts are more than coronets.” We understand that the Shipwrecked Mariners Society have also forwarded a silver medal and £5 in recognition of Captain Reynold`s bravery.

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