|Name Henry Reynolds||Died 1925|
Henry Chidley Reynolds (26 May 1849 – 19 September 1925) was a New Zealand farm manager, butter manufacturer and exporter. He was born at Beeny, St Juliot, Cornwall, England, in 1849. He began manufacturing butter in 1886 and soon adopted "Anchor" as a brand name. After his butter won an award at the Centennial International Exhibition in Melbourne he began exporting butter to England. Because of financial difficulties he sold his business to the New Zealand Dairy Association in 1896 and the association adopted the "Anchor" brand.