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GENERAL DANIEL HARRIS REYNOLDS, CSA
VITAL STATISTICS
BORN: 1832 in Centerburg, OH.
DIED: 1902 in Lake Village, ARK.
CAMPAIGNS: Wilson's Creek, Chickamauga, Atlanta,
Carolinas, Nashville and Bentonville
HIGHEST RANK ACHIEVED: Brigadier General
BIOGRAPHY
Daniel Harris Reynolds was born on December 14, 1832, in Centerburg, Ohio. After studying at Ohio Wesleyan University, he moved to Somerville, Tennessee and studied law there. Admitted to the bar in 1858; he settled in Lake Village, Arkansas, and established a law practice. By the time the Civil War began, he had adopted the Confederate cause. Reynolds raised a company, which became part of the 1st Arkansas mounted Rifles, and become captain. Taking part in the Battle of Wilson's Creek, skirmishes and engagements in Missouri and Arkansas, he was promoted through the ranks. He fought at the Battle of Chickamauga, and was promoted to brigadier general to rank from March 5, 1864. Reynolds led a brigade through the Atlanta and Carolinas Campaign, and was severely wounded at Bentonville. The wound led to his leg being amputated. Reynolds was captured, then paroled two months later in Charlottesville, Virginia. He returned to his legal practice in Arkansas, and, after the war, served in the state senate. Reynolds died in Lake Village, Arkansas, on March 14, 1902.