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Henry F. Reno
"The History of Callaway County Missouri" p. 181 states:
Henry F. Reno married Sarah Alexander and moved to the county in 1829. He served as judge of the county court several terms.

On p. 596, in an article about his son Benjamin, it states:
Judge Henry F. and mother Priscilla...Renoe, were originally from Prince William county, VA and Fleming county, KY respectively; the father born December 27, 1805, and the mother January 4, 1808. They were married in Fleming County, KY, on 19th of March, 1828, and the following year removed to Callaway County, MO. The father became a large land holder in both Callaway and Audrain counties, and was a leading farmer of Callaway County. He was judge of the county court when Drake's proscriptive constitution went into effect and ousted most of the decent officials of the state, including Judge Renoe, from office. He died November 23, 1882. His wife still survives him. Five of their family are now living, James M., Basil M., Priscilla (Mrs. Sheeley), Benjamin F. and Richard E. Four are deceased. Henry B., born Jul 13, 1830, died January, 1879, leaving a family. Cynthia, born June 16, 1833, the wife of Benjamin D. Bigby, died May 5, 1872, Alex. B. born Jul 16, 1835, was shot September 13, 1860, by that brutal Dutch butcher, Colonel Creigle, and John W., born September 11, 1811, died in infancy.

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