Ferdinand Reynolds

Private 28441

2nd Bn., Cheshire Regiment

Ferdinand Reynolds died on Sunday 3rd October 1915, aged 23 years, and was remembered on the LOOS MEMORIAL, Pas de Calais, France.

He was born c1891 at Skegby, Notts, to parents William and Louise Reynolds. William Reynolds was a Coal Miner and a "native of Switzerland (naturalised British Subject)", who resided with his family in Skegby on the 1901 census. 

He was also the husband of Jane Reynolds (later Smith), who, after her remarriage, resided at 5 Brook Street, Hucknall, Nottingham.

Ferdinand's younger brother, Wifred Reynolds, is also remembered on Kirkby's War Memorial.




From ‘Soldiers who died in the Great War 1914-19 – The Cheshire Regiment

REYNOLDS Ferdinand. Born Skegby, Notts, enlisted Mansfield (resides Annesley-Woodhouse, Notts). 2nd Bn., Cheshire Regt.,  Private 28441, Killed in Action, France & Flanders, 3rd October 1915.



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