Notes for: Nella G. Bodine

From Ronny Bodine:

In 1920, Nella Bodine, 25 and single, was living with her parents in Trenton. In 1930, James and Nella Woods were living with Nella's parents in Trenton where James worked as a tool maker.

Obituary, The Evening Times (Trenton, N.J.) of 8 July 1965.
Services will be held Friday for James E. Woods, 70, of 6 Klein Avenue, Hamilton Township, who died Wednesday in St. Francis Hospital. Mr. Woods was a tool and die maker for the Pattern Machine and Foundry Corporation of Trenton. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Nella Bodine Woods; two sons, Edward R. of Yardville and George H. at home; a brother, Robert C. of Trenton; three sisters, Mrs. Grace Malloy of Yardley, Mrs. William Van Hise of Trenton and Mrs. Steven Deichert of Fort Worth, Tex.; four grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. from the Thatcher-Lloyd Funeral Home, 986-88 South Broad Street. The Rev. Russell G. Martin, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church will officiate. Calling hours will be Thursday. Contributions may be sent to the Calvary Baptist Church building fund.

Obituary, The Evening Times (Trenton, N.J.) of 12 Jan 1970.
Mrs. Nella Bodine Woods, 75, died Sunday at her home, 84 Uncle Pete's Road, Yardville. She formerly lived at 6 Klein Avenue, Hamilton Township. Born in Trenton, she was a graduate of the McKinley Hospital School of Nursing. She was a member of Capitol City Council 20, Sons and Daughters of Liberty; the American Association of Retired People and Calvary Baptist Church and its United Churchwomen. Widow of James E. Woods, she is survived by two sons, Edward R., with whom she lived, and George H. of Cocoa Beach, Fla., and six grandchildren. Services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Thatcher-Lloyd Funeral Home, 986 South Broad Street, with the Rev. Russell G. Martin officiating. Interment will be in the Groveville Methodist Cemetery. Friends may call this evening and contributions may be sent to Calvary Church.

Children: Edward Robert, Grace Ellen (16 May 1936-22 July 1936).