(Richard) Reynolds was the son of Hugh Reynolds Rathbone and Emily Evelyn Rathbone.
m. (14 April 1928) Sybil Rolfe, youngest daughter of G.W. Rolfe, rector of Swanton Novers, Norfolk.
Sebastian David Reynolds
Bridget Mary (later Gledhill)
Reynolds was studying engineering at Trinity College Cambridge at the outbreak of war, during which he served for the 6th King's Liverpool Rifles and was twice wounded in France. After the war he became a merchant.
Sybil was an active member of their local community in Pulborough, Sussex; serving as a member of the West Sussex County Council and Chanctonbury Rural District Council, campaigning for the Arundel and Shoreham constituency Labour Party, and serving on the committees of various local organisations, including serving as honorary secretary of the Pulborough Women's Institute.
The papers of Reynolds and Sybil Rathbone (RP XVB) date from 1868-1971 and include: