From Mark Warren:
The only mention I know of is in David Johnson’s book, John Ringo, Barbed Wire Press. It merely states that in the middle of Ringo’s entanglement in the Texas courts, after a year in jail, his lawyer filed habeas corpus and got Ringo released on bond. Eleven days later he was arrested by Rangers in Reynolds’ Texas Ranger company in Kimble County (for disturbing the peace . . . along with Robert McIver. . . it is supposed that Ringo was not held).
Neither Jack Burrows nor Steve Gatto show an index listing for Reynolds.
Was just going to suggest Dave's book, p. 104 or, Rick Miller's book on J.B. Jones OR Chuck Parsons' on N.O. Reynolds.
Eddie, a Friend who lives near the Ranger Museum in Waco, goes there practica... more
Thanks Sharon!!! Maybe your friend can find more info.
Please call Pam, as we need a look-up in Waco. She can give you the information. Please!
I will post what Mark Warren sent me from the Johnso... more
Eddie, Bob and Jan have 'connections' to the Ranger Museum and said they will keep an eye out any info on your query. But, think there isn't anything more than Folks have posted for you here.
Can ... more
Sharon, Pam has all of that information we gathered on Reynolds.
What I need from WACO is all information on JOSEPH L. TUMLINSON (AKA: TOMLINSON)
Please note that there is a father, 2 brothers, and... more
Thanks you for the information. Our next step is to attempt to convince the Fredericksburg Range folks.
Joseph Tumlinson was also head of a DeWitt Co TX Militia unit during the 1861-65 war. "Capt Jo... more
Is there not enough here?
There are 2 TX Ranger groups. The one in Fredericksburg, TX supplies the Texas "Cross" markers. Their "historian" who is confused because of other Tumlinsons that were also Rangers, stated that Capt J... more