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Edward Reynolds (b.c.1871), Mayor of Bridport (1919 & 1945)

Photo credit: Bridport Museum Trust

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Edward Seaman Reynolds was the son of Arthur and Fanny Reynolds. He married Mabel Armitage in Nottingham in 1901 and they had four sons and four daughters. They were a Quaker family. Reynolds joined Bridport Town Council in 1902. He served in World War I, and later became Mayor in 1919 and 1945. He also became a County and Borough Magistrate and received the Honorary Freedom of Bridport in April 1948.

The Coach House

Bridport


Date

1925

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 60 x W 50 cm

Accession number

BRPMG 172

Acquisition method

unknown acquisition method

Work type

Painting


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The Coach House

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