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Dr Samuel Reynolds
Dr Samuel Reynolds

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A drinking fountain commemorates Dr. Samuel Reynolds.

Reynolds was a doctor in Mansfield and the man who accompanied Sub-Inspector Henry Pewtress in the police expedition to recover the bodies of Lonigan, Scanlan and Kennedy. He later gave evidence at the trial of Ned Kelly in 1880.


Address:High Street, Mansfield, 3722
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.052778
Long: 146.088889
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Fountain
Monument Theme:People
Monument Manufacturer:G. Summers (North Carlton)


Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1902
Front Inscription

Dr. Reynolds memorial A.D. 1902 Erected in memory of Samuel Reynolds, M.D. who died 15th February 1901.

A friend of the poor. Esteemed by all

Source: MA,VMR
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