| "Must and Shall" |
POD: July 12, 1864
|Type of Appearance:||Direct|
|Affiliations:||LeBlanc and Peters Mortuary|
Colquit Reynolds was a hearse driver for LeBlanc and Peters Mortuary in New Orleans. A frequent patron of the Old Days Saloon, Reynolds drunkenly informed Pierre Ducange of the German-backed plot to provide weapons for a Southern uprising. Reynolds drove coffins full of weapons into the Girod Street Cemetery, where they were stored in a crypt.
After Ducange was killed, Neil Michaels tracked Reynolds down and stopped the plot.