I have been able to locate the following information:
(from Nova Scotia Vital statistics website)
Birth - Maggie Adelaide Reynolds b. 1 Oct 1869 Cape Negro Shelburne Co NS; father Wm R Reynolds fisherman; mother Joanna Ryer; m.Clyde River 12 Jan 1868
Marriage - Wm R. Reynolds and Joanna Ryer m. 12 Jan 1868 U. Clyde (likely Upper Clyde); William age 25, bachelor, (no occupation is listed) born and living in Port LaTour, Joanna age 20, spinster living in Upper Clyde; William’s parents are John and Mgrt (likely Margaret) Reynolds, John is a seaman; Joanna’s parents are Martin and Mgrt (likely Margaret) Ryer, Martin is a lumberman.
(from book 'A History of Barrington Township and Vicinity, Shelburne County, Nova Scotia 1604 – 1870')
John Reynolds b. 1779 m. Margaret Ryer
Ch 1. Elizabeth m. Knowles Reynolds
2. Margaret m. Cornelius Snow
3. John Samuel m. Olivia Sholds
4. Robert m. – Banks
6. Mary Jane (unm.)
John was impressed on a Liverpool privateer, Capt. Barss, and lost at sea.
John Reynolds was the son of John and Temperence Reynolds
John Reynolds m. 1775 Temperance d. Joshua Atwood gr.
Ch. 1. Temperance b. 1776 m. Joseph s. Joseph Swain
2. Fanny m. Paul s. Zephaniah Swain
3. Joshua lost at sea 1803
4. Samuel b. 1781 m. Lydia d. Zephaniah Swain
5. John b. 1779 m. Margaret Ryer
6. Joseph b. 1785 m. Rhoda d. Benjamin Snow
7. Thankful b. 1791 m. Richard s. Abram Smith
8. Susannna b. 1793 m. Chapman Swain
9. Mary m. Benjamin Snow
10. Knowles b. 1796 m. Mary d. Jonathan Smith
John Reynolds, son of John (Londonderry and Boston) and Thankful (Godfrey) Reynolds, came to Barrington when 18 years of age. His widowed mother m. David Smith gr.. John bought the Walker lot No. 30, but sold out in 1793 and moved to Port LaTour (Reynoldscroft).
Note: gr. means grantee