She is mentioned first, before Charity, in her mother's will. It looks like she did not marry.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [finch64 at aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, July 26, 2009
Subject: Bodine & Whitworth deeds in Wilson Co, TN
Samuel Mitchell of Bedford County, Tennessee to James Henderson 100 acres on Cedar Lick Creek. Witnesses : Thomas Whitworth and Claiborn Whitworth. 21 June 1808. Deed Book C, Page 158
Mary Holland give in trust to my friend Robert Donnell and my son Richard A. Holland 30 acres, etc. for the benefit of my daughter Dolly Barnfield and children. Witnesses : Ambrose Holland, Samuel Pryor, and Willie Whitworth. 7 June 1817. Deed Book F, Page 415
Joseph Johnson to Jefferson Bodine of Sumner County, Tennessee 149 acres on the Cumberland River. 25 June 1834. Deed Book P, Pages 323-324
Thomas Bodine to Mark Jackson 96 acres on Beasley's Bend. December 1839. Deed Book S, Page 396
S. B. Murray, executor of W. C. Murray, to Western Bodine 86 1/2 acres in the 5th District. 12 October 1840. Deed Book V, Page 26
Richard W. Harris, trustee of Western Bodine, to James H. Mosley 86 1/2 acres in the 5th District. 27 October 1842. Deed Book V, Page 27
Tazwell Mitchell, executor of Thomas Mitchell deceased, to the heirs of John Bodine deceased 100 acres on Beasley's Bend. 9 April 1833. Deed Book W, Pages 375-376
Jefferson Bodine and others versus Wincey Bodine and others. 27 December 1853. Deed Book Z, Pages 500-501
11663 Franklin Road
College Grove, TN 37046 (Rutherford County, TN just south of Wilson County, TN)
From Ronny Bodine:
She is named Winnefred Bodoin in the 1 Oct 1847 will of her mother. In Oct 1850, as Winey Berdine, age 38, she was living with her sister Charity Bennett and her children in Wilson County. In 1860, as Wincy Bodine, age 48, she was living with the Bennets in Dunklin County, Missouri.