Notes for: Ann (Anna) Conover Bodine

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The year 1852 can be estimated from 1860 Mercer County, New Jersey Census (roll 698, p. 58). She is listed as eight years old. She might also be known as Hattie.

From Ronny Bodine:

From: Richard Higgins: A Resident and Pioneer Settler at Plymouth and Eastham, Massachusetts, and at Piscataway, New Jersey and His Descendants, by Mrs. Katharine Chapin Higgins, Worcester, Mass., 1918, p. 306-307.
Anna Conover Bodine, b. June 15, 1852, married Rev. Robert Fletcher Young Pierce and had Charles Pierce, married Florence Reisenberger and had Robert Pierce, Elizabeth Stetson Pierce, married Henry T. Fielding and had Robert Trumborner Fielding and Anna Elizabeth Fielding.

From New Jersey Marriage Records: Robert G. Pierce, 23 married Anna C. Bodine, 19 on 25 Dec 1873 in Trenton, Mercer County.
1880 (June) West Raritan Twp., Hunterdon Co.: Robert Y. F. PIERCE 28 NJ School Teacher, Anna C. 28 NJ wife, Charley 1 1/2 NJ son.

From Pennsylvania Federal Census Records:
1900 (1 June) Scranton, Lackawanna Co.: Robert F. Y. Pierce May 1852 NJ married 26 years Clergyman, Anna C. June 1852 NJ wife married 26 years 3 children born/2 living, Bessie S. Oct 1889 NJ dau.

From New York Federal Census Records:
1920 (16 Jan) New York City: Robert Y. PIERCE 67 NJ Clergyman, Anna C. 67 NJ wife.

From New Jersey Federal Census Records:
1930 (3 April) Plainfield, Union Co.: Robert F. Y. PIERCE 77 NJ widowed Minister-Baptist Church, Charles F. 51 NJ son Traveling Salesman-Furniture, Florence D. 46 NJ daughter-in-law, Robert F. Y. 16 NJ grandson, Grace D. 12 NJ granddau

Obituary, Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, N.Y.) of 5 Dec 1934.
Plainfield, N. J., Dec. 5. The Rev. Dr. Robert F. Y. Pierce, noted educator and author, and one of the founders of Temple University, died at his home early today, he was 92 years old. For more than 60 years Dr. Pierce was active in Baptist church work. He wrote religious books and illustrated Sunday School lessons which were widely syndicated. For a number of years he was president of the American Bible Society.