Notes for: Estella (Stella) A. Bodine
From Ronny Bodine:
From Interlaken Reformed Church Records 1830-1980
Married on 12 April 1900 Norman Wyckoff - Estella Bodine.
In Sept 1918, Norman C. Wyckoff registered for the World War 1 draft in Seneca County. He reported he was born 13 July 1874, was a self-employed farmer and Estella Wyckoff, his wife, was his next of kin.
From New York Federal Census Records:
1900 (29 June) Ovid, Seneca Co.: Norman WYCKOFF July 1874 NY married 0 years Farming, Estella June 1878 NY married 0 years
1910 (18 April) Ovid, Seneca Co.: Norman C. WYCKOFF 34 NY married1-10 years Farmer, Estella 31 NY wife married1-10 years 4 children born/4 living, Harold B. 9 NY son, Earl 7 NY son, Floyd 5 NY son, Howard 3 NY son.
1920 (22 Jan) Ovid, Seneca Co.: Norman C. WYCKOFF 45 NY Farmer, Erletta B. 41 NY son, Hrold B. 17 NY son, Earl 16 NY son, Floyd 14 NY son, Howard G. 13 NY son.
1940 (20 May) Ovid, Seneca Co.: Estelle B. WYCKOFF 61 NY widowed.
Obituary, The Geneva Times (Geneva, N.Y.) of 19 July 1960.
Ovid--Final rites for Mrs. Estelle B. Wyckoff, 82, widow of Norman Wyckoff, Ovid RD, will the Interlaken Reformed Church. The Rev. Donald DeBraal, pastor will officiate. Burial will be in Lake View Cemetery, Interlaken. Friends may call at the Hurlbut Funeral Home, Interlaken, from 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and Thursday. Mrs. Wyckoff died late Monday in the home of her son, Harold Wyckoff, after a short illness. She was born in the Village of Ovid and lived all her life in Ovid Township. She was a member of Interlaken Reformed Church and Interlaken Chapter No. 33, Order of Eastern Star. Survivors are three sons, Harold of Ovid; Earl of Ithaca; Floyd of Wyckoff. N. J.; a sister, Mrs. Florence Hall of Warwick; seven grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
For details on this family see William Forman Wyckoff"s The Wyckoff Family in America: A Genealogy, 1950.
Children: Harold Bodine (23 Feb 1901), Earl Montgomery (15 Jan 1903), John Floyd (6 June 1905), Harold Guy (28 June 1906).