Eveline grew up with seven brothers, the only surviving daughter of John and Elizabeth Reynolds. She attended school and was in the first graduating class of Lucy Cobb Institute. This was one of the first schools for young women in the Southeast and was established in Athens in 1858 by General Thomas Reade Rootes Cobb, the principal author of the Confederate Constitution. Eveline was an active member of the First Methodist Church.
In 1860 (1860 Clarke Co. census p. 140) Eveline lived with her mother and brothers, Charles and Samuel, in Athens but in January 1861 she was in Covington, GA, where brother William and his family lived.
Whatever the reason for Eveline being in Covington in 1861, she was living with the family in Athens during the war as her brothers, Charles and Samuel, enlisted in the Confederate Army in Athens and she and her mother were recipients of letters from the boys addressed in Athens.
In 1870 (1870 Fulton Co. census p.106) Eveline and her mother were enumerated in the household of her brother, Thomas, in Atlanta. Evidently, she spent some time during this period in Fairburn, GA. Among relatives residing there were her brother Silas, her Aunt Emily Floyd and family, and by May 1871, her father.
In 1880 (Clarke Co census ED13, p.10) Eveline was boarding with her brother Charles and his family in Athens and was a seamstress, which continued to be her occupation into the twentieth century. Their residence was on Taylor Street. No census record for 1900 enumerating Eveline has been found but in 1910 (1910 Clarke Co. census ED11, p.68) she and her brother William and his daughter Libby Alice were living together in Athens.
Eveline died in Athens at age 87 and her death was reported in The Southern Banner. 
- Silas Reynolds and His Georgia Descendants by Charlotte Wilbanks Bryan (1991)