John Reynolds (July 9, 1671 - July 27, 1758) was an English priest, teacher and scholar. He had a lifelong connection with the Eton, entering the school as a student in 1689. He earned his BA at exeter in 1694, and his Masters in 1698; he would earn a degree in Divinity at Oxford in 1718. He was ordained as a priest in 1729. He would become a Fellow of the school in 1733. He was a Canon of Exeter Cathedral, and a benefactor to King's College. His edition of Pomponius Mela's De Situ Orbis was published posthumously in 1761.