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In memory of Elizabeth Reynolds, my Maternal 3rd Great-Grandmother on the DICKINSON branch.


  • 1841 England Census - Aberford Road, Stanley Cum Wrenthorp, Wakefield
  • 1851 England Census - Eastmoor, Stanley Cum Wrenthorp, Wakefield. Ecc Dist: St. Andrew
  • 1861 England Census - Reynold's Row, Wakefield. Municipal War: Workgate; Ecc. Dist: St. Andrew (visiting parents) AND Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England (with husband).
  • 1871 England Census - Langsett Rd, Nether Hallam, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.
  • 1880 US Federal Census - Denny Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
  • 1900 US Federal Census - 318 Gross Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania (with son, William).
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Elizabeth Reynolds

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1833 July

Stanley, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England


1856 Feb 10

St. Philip’s Church in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England



1905 Feb 7

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania



Elizabeth Reynolds was born in July 1833 in Stanley Cum Wrenthorpe, Wakefield, Yorkshire, England. She was the daughter of Thomas and Ann (Park) Reynolds. She was married in Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, to John Dickinson on February 10, 1856. They came to America and settled in Pittsburgh in 1880. He died in 1889 and she lived with her son, William, until her death, which was caused by pneumonia and occurred on the 7th of February, 1905. She is buried with her husband in Allegheny Cemetery in Pittsburgh.


Elizabeth Reynolds & John Dickinson were the parents of my ancestor,

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