Notes for: John Fort Bodine
There were some other people with them in the 1850 Census who might be related to them. See the Bodine.xls file from Jan Alpert.
His tombstone says he died on Sep. 29, 1872 in his 64th year.
From Ronny Bodine:
In 1845/50, John Bodine moved his family to Pennsylvania and settled in the North Mulberry Ward of Philadelphia County, engaged there as a merchant. Later, he returned to Burlington County. Mary Bodine was living 1880 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with her son George. John Bodine died of typhoid fever and was buried in the Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery in Pemberton Township, Burlington County. Although he died in Philadelphia, his death was recorded in the Burlington County Death Records as having died in Philadelphia. Mary (Imlay) Bodine wa sthe daughter of Peter and Catherine (Hendrickson) Imlay.
The will of John F. Bodine, of Philadelphia, was written 11 Feb 1865 and proved 7 Oct 1872. It named his wife Mary Ann Bodine and 2 children, but only son George I. Bodine, by name. Mary Ann and George Bodine were appointed executors. (Philadelphia Wills, 76: 64-65)
Death Notice, the Philadelphia Inquirer of 1 Oct 1872.
BODINE.---On the 29th ult., JOHN F. BODINE, in the 64th year of his age. Religious services at his late residence, No. 1306 Arch street, on Wednesday, at 12 o'clock, to which the relatives and friends of the family are invited. Funeral to proceed to Pemberton, N.J., by the 2:15 train.
Death Notice, the Philadelphia Inquirer of 4 Oct 1899.
BODINE.---On October 2, 1899, Mary Ann, widow of John F. Bodine. The relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from her late residence, 1306 Arch st., on Thursday, the 5th inst., at 2 P.M. Interment private. Please omit flowers.