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George Reynolds Monument
 
George Reynolds Monument
Guilford Courthouse
View complete article and references at Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina at: https://docsouth.unc.edu/commland/monument/140
 
Description: A roughly-cut rectangular granite marker sits in memory of Captain George Reynolds. It is 3'10" high and 4' wide.
 
Inscription:
IN MEMORIAM / CAPT. GEORGE REYNOLDS / 1754 - 1815 / OFFICER UNDER GENERAL GREENE IN / REVOLUTIONARY WAR /
 
Dedication date: November 23, 1928.
 
Materials & Techniques: Granite.
 
Sponsor: The monument was donated by J.F. and T.E. Reynolds.
 
Unveiling & Dedication: The monument was unveiled by members of the George Reynolds Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
 
Subject notes: Captain George Reynolds was an officer under Greene in the Revolutionary War.
 
Landscape: The George Reynolds Monument is within sight of the prominent Nathaniel Greene monument, alongside an old road (now a walking path); it is very close to the former location of the now-removed Clio monument.
 
City: Greensboro
 
County: Guilford
 
Subjects: Revolutionary War
 

Latitude: 
36.13258
Longitude: 
-79.8445
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