Silas Reynolds was born in 1750 in New England, most likely Connecticut. He was brought to New York state by his parents when he was an infant. At the beginning of the Revolutionary War, he was living in a village called Smith's Cove, Orange County, NY, later named Monroe, and was one of the "Signers of the Association in Cornwall, Embracing Monroe, Cornwall, Bloominggrove, 1775," their declaration of independence. His name also appears in a list of signers of a "Committee of Safety for Cornwall Precinct, Orange County." Show more...
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