Category Archives: REYNOLDS

Elizabeth Blew RICHARDSON née PYM and the REYNOLDS

Alison Bailey has written with the Amersham Museum about the three Richardson sisters Josephine, Caroline and Mona, noting that they were independently-minded women – unusually so for their time – who travelled widely, even when single. They pioneered women’s education, taught the daughters of the Establishment and were probably active in the suffrage movement. What were the formative influences on the young girls?

I have written an article about their mother Elizabeth Blew RICHARDSON née PYM who, widowed, brought them up and of the connection with the REYNOLDS family. It is available here.

Gathering of the REYNOLDS family in 1910

I have previously posted about two family gathering photos in my possession.  My 3rd cousin Alice née MOTT believes these were taken at Brancaster on the north Norfolk coast during a REYNOLDS family holiday.  She identified several persons including her own father.  I have finally got around to identifying all but one of those on the two photos. Continue reading Gathering of the REYNOLDS family in 1910