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John Hughes Reynolds

John Hughes Reynolds, American banker. Member Cross & Reynolds, manufacturers, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1868-1873.

Background

  • Reynolds, John Hughes was born on August 16, 1846 in Benton, Tennessee, United States. Son of William Barton and Katherine Jane (Hughes) Reynolds.

  • Education

    • Student Emory and Henry College, Emory, Virginia, 1867-1868. Commercial schools, New York, 1864 and 1867.

    Career

    • Member Cross & Reynolds, manufacturers, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1868-1873. Teller Cleveland (Tennessee) National Bank, 1873, 74. Cashier Cleveland Exchange & Deposit Bank, 1875-1877.

      President 1st National Bank, Rome, Georgia, 1877-1920, Chairman of the Board director, since 1920. Director Chamber Commerce United States of America, and trustee Cumberland Presbyterian Public House (Nashville, Tennessee), Rome Public Schools President Georgia Bankers’ Association, 1906-1907. Home: Rome, Georgia Deceased.

    Membership

    Member Cross & Reynolds, manufacturers, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1868-1873.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Turnley, July 29, 1873.
    • father: William Barton Reynolds
    • mother: Katherine Jane (Hughes) Reynolds
    • spouse: Mary Turnley
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    Born August 16, 1846
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