Bernard Reynolds was born in Galway, Ireland. He went to England and married Mary Broome, born in Manchester, England. They came to NB in 1818 and settled in Saint John. They had seven sons.
The only child mentioned was James Reynolds b. Oct 1820 in Saint John, m. 1855 Charlotte Emma Waddington b. – , d. 1884, d/o E.C Waddington of Saint John and Liverpool, England: had seven children.

PANB:MC80/338 I. Allen Jack’s Biographical Review, pages 468-471.

Nicholas Reynolds, born 12 Oct 1827 near Belfast in Northern Ireland, died 12 Oct 1870. He came to NB in 1856 and married, 16 Dec 1856 at Saint John, NB, Anne Rice of County Cork, Ireland, born 28 Feb 1834, died 28 Feb 1886. They settled at Lower Hainesville, Bright Parish, York County.

1) Benjamin Reynolds born 4 Aug 1858, d. 11 Feb 1929, m. 2 May 1883 Ruth Anne Elliott b. 6 Oct 1866, d. 16 Aug 1915: settled at Lower Hainesville
2) James Reynolds b. 6 Oct 1862, d. 16 Aug 1913, m. Elizabeth Elliott b. 1874 d/o John and Mercy (Haines) Elliott, d. 1922: family settled at Lower Hainesville
3) Edward Nicholas Reynolds born 4 Sep 1865, d. 1957, m. Henrietta Phillips born 1864 d/o Thomas Odbur and Margaret (Nason) Phillips of Charters Settlement, d. 28 Dec 1937: they settled at Hainesville, NB. 

PANB:MC1/Reynolds, #1,2, 55 pages
Nicholas had brothers who also emigrated to NB: George Reynolds settled at Fredericton: Benjamin Reynolds settled in Saint John
Anne Rice also had siblings who settled in NB, Bridget Rice married Mr. Chisholm and settled in Saint John: James Rice also lived in Saint John in 1851 as did sister Catherine Rice.