I have an update! Someone in Tenn. noticed that on one of Thomas Monroe Reynolds son's, (Herman) when Herman signed up for the draft, his next of kin is listed as "T M Reynolds, living in Madison Co, AL". So he is in Madison Co AL in 1918 and back in Warren Co at his son's in 1920 and dies soon thereafter. So I'm looking for a Thomas Reynolds living in Madison in 1918 and who fathered a son Thomas out of wedlock born between 1900 and 1920 with a father born in Tenn. and living in Madison in 1918 as a younger person. I have never been able to find Thomas Monroe Reynolds in the 1910 but I'll go check 1910 in Madison Co. next. This was exciting because it's the first evidence I've had that Thomas Monroe Reynolds ever left Tenn. and looks promising that there could be other descendants of the Reynolds line when I thought this line of males were all dead with no descendants since none of Thomas Monroe Reynolds sons had any kids which is strange.