Dr. H. M. Reynolds
Dr. H. M. Reynolds

Information on this page is from History of Rensselaer Co., New York by Nathaniel Bartlett Sylvester, published in 1880.

DR. H. M. REYNOLDS was born in Washington Co., Vt., Aug. 23, 1821. He received his preliminary education in the common school and at Gallupsville and Knox Academies, N. Y. For some ten years he followed teaching, three of which were at Unionville. In 1845 he began the study of medicine, and 1848 he was graduated from Castleton Medical College, Vermont.

He began the practice of medicine at Lasalle, Ill. About the year 1854 he settled at Castleton N. Y., where for some twenty-five years he has continued successfully in the practice of his profession. Dr. Reynolds has sought during his medical career, to fulfill every duty incumbent upon him, and administer to the wants of those in indigent circumstances as well as to the necessities of the wealthy. He holds a leading place among the fraternity of the county and has not only been a careful student of the treatment of diseases, but well read upon topics of general information. He has been twice married; first to Sophia Casey, of Nassau, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1849, and to his second wife, Emeline Casey, sister of his first wife, June 4, 1855. He has no children, but has a step-daughter, Mrs. A. C. Smith. Politically Dr. Reynolds is a Republican.



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