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REYNOLDS, Daniel H., soldier, born near Centreburg, Knox County, Ohio, 24 December, 1862. He was educated at Ohio Wesleyan university, settled in Somerville, Fayette County, Tennessee, in 1857, studied law, and was admitted to practice in 1858. He removed to Arkansas in May, 1858, settling at Lake Village, Chicot county. On 25 May, 1861, he was elected captain of a company for service in the Confederate army, and he served in the campaigns in Arkansas and Missouri until April, 1862, when his regiment was ordered to the eastern side of Mississippi river, and fell back to Tupelo, Mississippi He was promoted brigadier-general, 5 March, 1864. General Reynolds participated in many of the battles of the western Confederate armies from Oak Hills, Maine, to Nashville, Tennessee He was several times wounded, and lost a leg. He was state senator in Arkansas in 1866-'7.
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