Notes for: John Bodine

From Ronny Bodine:

From Michigan Federal Census Records:
1900 (8 June) Muskegon Twp., Muskegon Co.: John BODIN Feb 1845 Sweden married 13 years fireman-sawmill immigrated 1880, Mary Oct 1860 Sweden wife married 13 years 3 children born/2 living, Carl June 1889 MI son, Harry J. Dec 1893 MI son.

1910 (28 April) Muskegon Twp., Muskegon Co.: John BODINE 65 Sweden married2-20 years blacksmith-factory immigrated 1874, Mary C. 48 Sweden wife married1-20 years 2 children born/2 living, George 20 MI son bookkeeper-factory, Harry 16 MI son bookkeeper-factory.

1920-1930: Marie Bodine lived with her son Harry Bodine in Muskegon.

John and Marie Bodine were buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Muskegon, Muskegon County.

Obituary, The Muskegon Chronicle (Muskegon, Mich.) of 22 July 1918.
John Bodine, 34 Hughart street, died this morning at Hackley hospital, after a two months' illness, at the age of 75 years. Mr. Bodine was one of the early residents of Muskegon, coming here about forty years ago. He leaves besides his wife, two sons, George Bodine of Chicago, and Harry of this city; also one grand-child and one sister, Mrs. Peter M. Peterson , of this city. Mr. Bodine was a member of the Swedish Mission church. He was employed by the W. J. Brinen Lumber company. The funeral will be held from the church, First street and Muskegon avenue, at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow. Rev. Nels Nordberg will officiate and burial will be in Oakwood cemetery.