On the hill to east was home of Capt J.E. Reynolds, a confederate veteran, a pioneer rancher and merchant. Built of native stone like a castle complete with turrets, and walls two feet thick, Reynolds was a delegate to the Sequoyah convention which attempted to bring I.T. into the union as a separate state.
Marker on west side of road on Highway 112 approxamatly 2 miles north from intersection of Highway 112 and King Street in Cameron, Oklahoma. Reynolds Castle on Court Street in Cameron, Oklahoma
National Register of Historic Places
Reynolds, James E., House ** (added 1977 - Building - #77001093)
Also known as Reynolds Castle
E of Cameron off OK 112, Cameron
- Historic Significance: Person, Architecture/Engineering
- Architect, builder, or engineer: Reynolds,James E.
- Architectural Style: No Style Listed
- Historic Person: Reynolds,James E.
- Significant Year: 1890, 1911
- Area of Significance: Agriculture, Architecture, Commerce
- Period of Significance: 1875-1899, 1900-1924
- Owner: Private
- Historic Function: Domestic
- Historic Sub-function: Single Dwelling
- Current Function: Domestic
- Current Sub-function: Single Dwelling
* GPS Coordinates from other source.