In regard to the names mentioned in the narratives by the Munger and Girty family the following is known about the captives taken on March 22, 1780 at Fish Creek on the ohio River:
List of those taken:
Captain Reynolds – killed? Margaret Reynolds – age 29 Mary Reynolds – age 11 Joseph Reynolds – age 10 Elizabeth Reynolds – age 8 John Reynolds – age 6 Sarah Reynolds – age 3 William Reynolds – age 2 Thomas Reynolds – age less than one year
Peter Malott - escaped Sarah Malott – Catherine Malott – age 15 Keziah Malott Theodore Malott Peter Malott William Malott
Ralph Nailor - age 29
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Sarah "Melot" was listed as a widow in ration pay roll with 5 children in August 1782, at Detroit.
Margaret Reynolds and her seven children are listed in a prisoner list with a group that was sent to Montreal May 16, 1782. The list said she was taken by the Delaware Indians April 21, 1781 (incorrect in list). Later listed as being at Montreal on June 9, 1782. Margaret Reynolds and her seven children were living in the St. Lawrence suburbs when they were sent back to the Colonies August 22, 1782. The Montreal prisoner return said the Reynolds were taken on March 22, 1780.
Ralph Nailor was listed as a prisoner being sent to Ticonderoga July 18, 1783. He was listed as being taken at Fish Creek March 22, 1780. He was age 32 at the time.
Source: Rebel Prisoners at Quebec, Chris McHenry, compiler, 1981.