Thomas Reynolds was one of the signatories of a 1820 letter to the States of Guernsey about the new market. He also was one of the first stall holders, on its opening in 1822.
Samuel Reynolds of Somerset was also a butcher in the island between 1841 and 1881, although his relationship to Thomas is not clear.
Samuel REYNOLDS ( 1811 - ? )
(people in bold were butchers)
Earliest Mention in Guernsey
- 1820 Letter to the States of Guernsey
- Thomas REYNOLDS held stall 34 in 1826
- There is no record of Samuel holding his own stall.
- Samuel lived at various addresses in St Peter Port in the vicinity of the markets: Fountain Street, Wesley Road, Mansell Street and the Pollet.