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E. P. (Edward Payson) Bodine

History of the branch of the Bodine family, founded by Cornelius Bodine ...

by E. P. (Edward Payson) Bodine

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Published by C. Bodine Doty in Buffalo, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwritten by E.P. Bodine.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 85/5548 (C)
The Physical Object
Pagination20 p. ; 15 cm.
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2574159M
LC Control Number85119006

Cornelius C Bodine - Ariantie Adriann Bodine - Catherine Bodine - Jacob Bodine - John Bodine - Mary " Maryken" Bodine 6Ggm Discover your family history in millions of family trees and more than a . Isaac Bodine was born in , at birth place, Pennsylvania, to Cornelius B Bodine and Margaret A Bodine (born Sutphen). Cornelius was born on November 14 , in Somerset, Somerset, New Jersey, United States.

(13) Bodine-Bartlett Bible once in the possession of Miss Mary Esther Bodine-date. LDS info at Parents - Cornelius Bodine & Hannah Fonteyn. (14) Census, Erie Co. (Clarence), NY (77, NY, PA, PA). (15) Family group sheet from Laurel Auchampaugh-date & place. (16) Family group sheet from Laurel Auchampaugh-date. They had 10 children: Johannes Bodine, Cornelius C Bodine and 8 other children. John passed away on month day , at age 43 at death place, Pennsylvania. John William "Billy" Bodine, - John William "Billy" Bodine Virginia Virginia.

The Bodine family name was found in the USA, the UK, and Canada between and The most Bodine families were found in the USA in In there were 4 Bodine families living in London. This was about 57% of all the recorded Bodine's in the UK. London had the highest population of Bodine . Year book of the Disciples of Christ (Christian Churches) - Marriage records of Madison County, Kentucky: , v. 05 History of the branch of the Bodine family founded by Cornelius Bodine, a soldier of the Revolution, and a pioneer of the lake country of central New York.


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History of the branch of the Bodine family, founded by Cornelius Bodine .. by E. P. (Edward Payson) Bodine Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. History of the branch of the Bodine family, founded by Cornelius Bodine, a soldier of the Revolution, and a pioneer of the Lake Country of Central New York.

[E P Bodine]. This is the family tree belonging to a branch of the Bodine family that lived in or near Delaware Township, Hunterdon County, NJ.

The reason I specify that is because there are many earlier branches of the family living in other parts of Hunterdon County that I am not familiar with. Buy History of the branch of the Bodine family founded by Cornelius Bodine: A soldier of the Revolution and a pioneer of the lake country of central New York [Rev.] by Bodine, E.

P (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : E. P Bodine. The year was noted earlier in E. Bodine's History of the Branch of the Bodine Family Founded by Cornelius Bodine, (Buffalo, ), p.

6 and in Biographical, Genealogical and descriptive History of the First Congressional District of New Jersey (New York: Lewis Publishing Company, ), ii, p.

Get this from a library. Bodine family history, rev. [Bodine family.] -- "History of the Branch of the Bodine Family Founded by Cornelius Bodine" by E.P. Bodine, ; republished and revised by George F.

Bodine,and Carl W. Fischer, I don't have any pictures yet, but a Bodine family reunion in at North Hector, New York is mentioned in a small booklet called History of the Branch of the BODINE FAMILY Founded by CORNELIUS BODINE, A Soldier of the Revolution, and a Pioneer of the Lake Country of Central New York.

It was written by E. Bodine of Lodi, New York in and published by Charles Bodine Doty. The Bodine family name was found in the USA, the UK, and Canada between and The most Bodine families were found in the USA in In there were 57 Bodine families living in New York. This was about 40% of all the recorded Bodine's in the USA.

New York had the highest population of Bodine families in History of the branch of the Bodine family founded by Cornelius Bodine, a soldier of the Revolution, and a pioneer of the lake country of central New York by E. Bodine Ancestry of Joseph Webb Brown: a companion book to the life, ancestry and descendants of Lillian King Brown by Virginia Brown Faddis.

The Bodine family name was found in the USA, the UK, and Canada between and The most Bodine families were found in the USA in In there were 5 Bodine families living in Saskatchewan. This was about 45% of all the recorded Bodine's in Canada. Saskatchewan had the highest population of Bodine families in There was another Bodine family in Columbia County, Pennsylvania.

This was the family of Peter Bodine and Anna Vought. Peter was born in and died inprobably in Catawissa, Columbia Co., PA.

In the History of Columbia and Montour Counties Pennsylvania (Battle, p. ), there is some history on this family. It says that Peter and Ann. The year was noted earlier in E. Bodine's History of the Branch of the Bodine Family Founded by Cornelius Bodine, (Buffalo, ), p. 6 and in Biographical, Genealogical and descriptive History of the First Congressional District of New Jersey (New York: Lewis Publishing Company, ), ii.

Early History of the Bodine family This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Bodine research. Another words (19 lines of text) covering the years,and are included under the topic Early Bodine History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible.

Loudoun County, Virginia, Will book B, pp. In the name of God, amen. I, Cornelius Bodine, being sick and weak but in perfect sense and memory, doth make this my last will and testament in the manner and form following.

My will and desire is first that my lawful debts and funeral expenses be. As part of my genealogy goals for I chose the Bodine line as one to research further. Many months ago I received a copy of the Genealogy and History of the Branch of the Bodine Family Founded by John Bodine, A Soldier of the Revolutionary War and a pioneer of the State of New Jersey, written by Maude Cutler Scholfield, a very distant.

Francis Bodine son of Francis and Maria (Day) removed to Cranbury, New Jersey before * He was the /'Founder of the Bodine Families of Page 3 Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey. The name of his first wife is unknown. The information on this website for my line mirrors that, for the most part, in the Maude Cutler Scholfield book, Genealogy and history of the Branch of the Bodine Family Founded by John Bodine, A Soldier of the Revolutionary War and a Pioneer of the State of New Jersey.

One big discrepancy is the difference in Eliza Bodine's birth date. He was the grandfather of Jacob Bodine's wife, Elizabeth Sebring. Jan Pietersz van Deventer started the Church at Midwout (see p. 14 of "The Van Deventer Family") Jean and Maria were married on Janu [Small abstract in Year Book of the Holland Society of New York,p.Jan.

Jean Bodin, to Maria Crossron. History of the Branch of the Bodine Family founded by Cornelius Bodine by E.P. Bodine.

Ask Janet for lookups. Not indexed. Books WeOwn, a volunteer lookup list hosted by Rootsweb, has New York Volunteers - and Family Histories by Surname.

Britton Genealogy by Elmer Garfield Van Name. A good study of the Britton-Britaine-Britten family from the. History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, Bodine Family - DEWITT BODINE Biography.

DeWitt Bodine, a leading citizen of Hughesville, and for many years prominently identified with the commercial and financial interests of Lycoming county, is the representative of an old and honored ancestry dating back to colonial times, only a few years after the Dutch authority was superseded by English.

He wrote a very well-known article entitled "History of the Branch of the Bodine Family," published in Lodi, New York in 9. George Bodine (ius1) b. Bodine Family. History of the Branch of the Bodine Family, founded by Cornelius Bodine; Two copies: one copy presented by Carl W.

Fischer, and one copy from Stryker-Rodda Collection, Bodine Family of Staten Island. Notes on Bodine Family, incompleted by Donald F. Yonts, n. d. Genealogy profile for Cornelius P. Bodine Cornelius P. Bodine ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Cornelius P.

Bodine ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. Bodine-Bridon Family William Longley md. Mary Ann Bodine Joel Longley md. Nancy Bodine. Updated 25 Jun AMERICAN colonists called French Huguenots were Protestants who assembled beneath King Huguenot's Gate in Rochelle, France, because Catholics believed it haunted and were superstitious about persecuting them there -- although after the Edict of Nantes their rights .