: James C. Reynolds was the founder and namesake of the city of Reynoldsburg in central Ohio. Born in 1806, he arrived in the area which would become Reynoldsburg around 1831. After founding the city along the heavily-traveled Cumberland Road (also known as National Road), he served as a Brigadier General in the Ohio Militia and was a representative in the Ohio General Assembly. He died in 1854. View on Ohio Memory.
: AL04074 Subjects
: Land settlement--Ohio; Cities and towns--Ohio; National Road Places
: Reynoldsburg (Ohio); Fairfield County (Ohio); Franklin County (Ohio); Licking County (Ohio)