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Reno Andrew Eickenroht

Reno Eickenroht
Full Name: Reno Andrew Eickenroht
Birth date: January 10, 1891
Death date: August 28, 1949

Terms of Service

  • House, 41st (3) Legislature
    1/8/1929 - 1/13/1931
  • House, 40th (1) (2) Legislature
    1/11/1927 - 1/8/1929
(1) File on Legislature - Members, Political Affiliation - "Political composition of the Legislature for selected years other than Democrat." Republican in 40th and 41st Legislatures. Memo File .
(2) Republican. "Representatives in House; Note - All are Democrats except Representative from Eightieth District, who is Republican." Texas State Almanac and Industrial Guide, 1927 edition, pp. 295-296, crediting Texas State Historical Association. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries) .
(3) "Representative Reno Eickenroht of Seguin, the only Republican member of the 41st Legislature . . ." "Only Republican Member of 41st Legislature Sees Anti-Bolters Bill as Aid to His Party in Texas," 3/9/1929, p. 4. San Antonio Express .

Biographical Notes and Resources


Other Resources

  • "Rep. F.C. Weinert, Seguin democrat, has former Rep. Reno Eichenroht, last republican to hold a seat in the legislature, as an opponent." "85 New Members Nominated for Lower House; Nine New Senators," 9/9/1932, p. 3. Big Spring Herald .
  • Reno Andrew Eickenroht, birth date 1/10/1891 in Guadalupe County; death date 8/28/1949 in Seguin, Guadalupe County; farmer; served in World War I. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 .
  • United States Army, 2nd Lieutenant Infantry, World War I, 141st Infantry. Reno A. Eickenroht, enlistment date 8/5/1917, residence in Seguin, born in Seguin. FamilySearch Texas, World War I Records, 1917-1920 (Texas Military Forces Museum, Austin) .
  • Reno Andrew Eickenroht (1891-1949), burial in San Geronimo Cemetery, Seguin, Guadalupe County. Find a Grave .
  • Election returns for state senator, 21st District, C.F. Richards and Reno Eickenroht. "Richards Has Slight Lead Over Eickenroht," 11/5/1920, p. 6. "If Eickenroht is elected he will be the only republican member of the senate of thirty-one members." Galveston Daily News .
  • Biographical sketch, "Who's Who and What's What in the Texas Legislature," by Ed Kilman, 1/23/1929, p. 14. Houston Post-Dispatch .

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