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; Sketch of the Life of George H. j
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_, The funeral of George Bodette took t , place from the home of Jolin.Beattie on, \ 'North West street Sunday afternoon at id half past one o'clock. Services were under the auspices of the Odd Fellows lodge of Bellevue.with sermon by Rev. ; II. P. Richards, and the interment took -,; place in Bellevue cemetery. 'i; Coroner Vermilya came over . from Fremont Friday afternoon and after viewing the remains and having ques¬ tion Dr. Richards and Undertaker Har- / ris, deemed and inquest unnecessary and said that death was undoubtedly due to heart failure.' -
George Bodette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bodette, was born on 'a farm near Genoa, March 1, 1851, . Here' lie grew to manhood apdj was married to iss Mary Stevens of Genoa in 18J3. Two children were born to this union, Bertha, now the wife of Philip E. Man¬ ner, of Genoa, John Bodette, of Cleve¬ land. Mrs. liodette died in 1873.
A few years later Mr. Bodette was united in marriage to Mrs. Laura Reed of Genoa- About twenty years ago they moved to Bellevue, where Mr. liodette was employed for a number of . years as salesman in A. Ruffiiigs dry f goods store. Upon resgining this posi¬ tion he entered the employ of , the Ohio Cultivator company, and later was em¬ ployed as traveling salesman for the Roderick Lean company, of Columbus, and was sfcilHn .the employ of.this firm at the time of his death. Mrs. Bodette preceded him to the other world three :j years ago. 3,;! .',,.,..- ?*s't ..;--:■,,: .;■ Besides the two children deceased leaves aged parents and eight brothers and sisters as follows: Mrs. Wesley Brown, Tolelo; Chas, Bodette, Bowling '■ Green; Harmon Bodette, Genoa; Wm, I Bodette, Panama, South America; Ed- .] ward Bodette, Toledo; Mrs. Mary Bart- i lett, of Illinois; Mrs. Otto Schackter, Toledo. !" ' <
Deceased wasof a genial, pleasant;
disposition aiiddnring his long residence
in Bellevue, made many friends and hii?'
sudden death came as a shock to all. ' \
: Mr. Bodette was a member ofiBelle-l
l!vue Odd Fellow's lodge, Toledo Eiiij
;, campment, and was also a member oi
1 the local lodse.—Bellevue Gazette.
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Funeral services over the remains of yi the late George Bodette took place from , the home of John Beattle on North West - street Sunday afternoon at half-past one 'I o'clock and were largely attended. I Bellevue lodge. I. CO F. had charge; j of the services and Rev. II, P. Richardsj delivered the sermon. A quartet com¬ posed or J. H. Brinker, B. A Hun- singer and Mesdames Addie Htgbee and ' F R Ebert furnished the music. ' There were, many beautiful floral ^offerings and the remains were laid to rest in Bellevue cemetery. ^ .
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