From: Jessica Armstrong
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Subject: Re: John B. Bodine - Abraham born June 1819
I did find this today: I went through and looked at John Bodine's papers again:
John Bodine d 1826. He died without a will.
Interested parties are John G Bodine (oldest son, of Mt. Morris); Anna, wife of William Sutphen of Lyons; Elisabeth, wife of Lewis Tallman of Owasco; Gilbert (B) Bodine of Owasco; Mariah Bodine of Owasco; Abraham (B) Bodine of Owasco; Hannah Bodine of Owasco; Henry and David Bodine of Sempronius. The "last three [are] udner the age of 21...Garret Pearsol of Sempronius is their guardian....[all] children of said deceased [John Bodine]."
The account wasn't settled until 1832.
...I included the middle initials in () because they aren't in the actual letters, but rather in the signatures at the bottom of the petition to have the account settled.
From Ronny Bodine:
From New York Federal Census Records:
1850 (4 Sept.) Owasco, Cayuga Co.: Tunis TALLMAN 53 NY farmer, Elizabeth 51 NY.
From Michigan Federal Census Records:
1860 (24 Sept) Alamo, Kalamazoo Co.: James TALLMAN 64 NY farmer, Elizabeth 61 PA.
From New Jersey Federal Census Records:
1870 (7 July) Newark, Essex Co. Elizabeth TALLMAN 71 PA in household of John TERHUNE 34.
Death notice, Mt. Morris Enterprise (Mt. Morris, N.Y.) of 31 Jan 1880.
In this village, on the morning of the 23d, inst., at the residence of her nephew, James Vanderbelt, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow of the late Tunis Tallman, in the 81st year of her age. Funeral was held last Sabbath afternoon at 9 o'clock at the house.
Tunis and Elizabeth Tallman were buried in Mount Morris City Cemetery, Livingston County.