Notes for: Alonzo B. Bodine
From Ronny Bodine:
Alonzo Bodine was living 1880 with his aunt Anne Bodine in Philadelphia and employed there as a clerk for the railroad. In 1900, Alonzo Bodine was employed as a clerk for the Pennsylvania Railroad and was living with his family in Camden, Camden County, New Jersey. 'Jennie' (Ida) Bodine reported she had borne 1 child, then living with her. In 1910, Ida Bodine, now widowed, was living in the home of her niece, Mary C. Fenton, in Camden. Ida reported then that her only child was no longer living.
Obituary, the Philadelphia Inquirer of 16 April 1903.
The funeral of Alonzo B. Bodine took place yesterday from his late home, 220 North Third Street, Camden. Members were present from Camden Lodge, No. 15, F. and A.M.; Anthracite Council, No. 49, A.L.H.; Nonpareil Lodge, No. 280, I.O.O.F. and the Pennsylvania Railroad, by whom Mr. Bodine was employed at Broad Street Station. Rev. J. W. Lyell, of the First Baptist Church, conducted the services. Interment was made in Evergreen Cemetery.