Notes for: Anna Annetta Bodine

From Ronny Bodine (Oct. 10, 2020):

1st marriage--1908--LLOYD EDWARD JARBOE.
From The Burlingame Enterprise (Burlingame, Kan.) of Thursday, 31 Dec 1908
The marriage of Lloyd Jarboe, son of John Jarboe, and Miss Anna Bodine, daughter of Geo. Bodine, occurred in Topeka last Thursday. These young people are quite popular in the neighborhood where they have grown up together and the good wishes of numerous friends are theirs. They will make their home on the Jarboe farm. [Note: As there is no such place as Topeha, the intent was surely Topeka.]

1910 Dragoon, Osage Co., KS: Lloyd E. JARBO 19 KS farmer, Annah 19 KS wife. Married 1 year, 1st marriage for both.

On 5 June 1917, Lloyd E. Jarboe registered for the World War I Draft in Washington Co., Oklahoma. He reported he was born 17 July 1891 in Burlingame, Kansas, was a self-employed farmer, and was married.

Lloyd and Anna Jarboe were divorced and Lloyd went on to marry four more times. He was buried in Burlingame City Cemetery, Osage County, Kansas.

2nd marriage--1917--LOREN GRANT DENNY.
Marriage Records of Jasper County, Missouri: Lorin G. Denny and Anna A. Bodine, both of Niotage, Chatauqua County, Kansas were married 21 Nov 1917 in Carthage, Jasper County.

In Jan 1920, Loren and Anna Denny lived in Hendricks, Chautauqua County, Kansas where Loren was employed as a teamster in the oil fields and in April 1930 in Jasper, Jasper County, Missouri where Loren engaged in farming.

Burials in Burlingame City Cemetery, Burlingame, Osage County, Kansas.
(For grave marker photo see Find A Grave Memorial No. 18892711 & 18892332)
LOREN G. DENNY 1883---1939 Mother ANNA DENNY 1890---1978

3rd marriage--1940/1942--FRED WESLEY RAIKES.
Fred Wesley Raikes of Osage City, Kansas registered for the World War II Draft on 27 April 1942. He reported he was born 11 March 1880 in Preble Co., Ohio, worked for the WPA in Osage City, and named his wife, Anna A. Raikes, as his next of kin.

The 1948 newspaper obituary of her father names her as Anna Raikes of Emmett, Kansas. They married between April 1940 and April 1942,

Fred Railes was buried in Osage City, Osage County, Kansas.