L. D. REYNOLDS, merchant, Roulette, son of William C. and Orpha (Stillman) Reynolds, was born in Hebron township,
Potter Co., Penn., in 1858. Foster and Fannie (Potter) Reynolds, grandparents of L. D., were among the pioneers
of the county, and located in Hebron about 1830, where Foster engaged in farming, and was a millwright by trade.
Their children were William C., Stephen P., Henry T., Sarah and Celestia. William C. Reynolds was born in Allegany
county, N. Y.; came with his parents to Hebron township, and in 1855 married and located there, engaging in farming.
Lamont D. was the only child. Mrs. Reynolds died in February, 1888, and Mr. Reynolds still remains there, and has
been in various ways identified with that part of the county. L. D. Reynolds engaged in teaching for six years,
then in 1885 began the mercantile business at Millport, and in the same year married Hattie L. Eastman, of Wellsboro,
Tioga Co., Penn. Two years thereafter he removed to Roulette and established a general merchandise store, where
he is conducting a constantly growing business. He is a member of Roulette Lodge, I. O. O. F. and also of the K.
O. T. M. In politics he is a Republican. He has two children: Francis W. and Grace G.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania
J. H. Beers & Co. Publishers
Chicago, Ill. 1890
Potter County, Pa. Biographies
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