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Re: MY BODDEN Family Tree
Posted by: Eleanor Garcia (ID *****6680) Date: July 26, 2010 at 08:02:24
In Reply to: Re: MY BODDEN Family Tree by Nina Bodden of 732

Hello Nina,

There's a "Bay-Island-Genealogy" group on yahoo.com. It has a lot of info on the Bodden family. Below you'll find copies of some of the messages that deal specifically with John Astor Bodden. This could be the John Astor Bodden that you are researching.

To subscribe to that group, send a message to bay-island-genealogy-subscribe@egroups.com or go to the e-groups's home
page at http://www.egroups.com/group/bay-island-genealogy/

The members of that group are very generous with information. They will welcome you to their forum.

Here are some of the messages that might interest you:

Message #3085 of 4610
Searching for the Bodden Family of Dorothy(Dottie) and Talbert George Bodden

Re: [bay-island-genealogy] Searching for the Bodden Family of Dorothy(Dottie) and Talbert George Bodden

Robert

The Bay Islands were settled in abt 1830-1850 primarily by persons from Cayman seeking a better economic climate. Thousands went to the islands of Honduras and Nicaragua and both regions today have many traditionally Cayamian names

Travel and migration back and forth between the countries continued until recently. Altho in the mid 1850's England ceded the islands to Honduras and Nicaragau and thus they became "spanish" the primarily language spoken until abt 1950 was English.

Infact the the present day accent of those from the Bay Islands and Cayman is very similar

Message #3084 of 4610
From: desaderal
To: bay-island-genealogy@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sunday, January 02, 2005 2:53 AM
Subject: [bay-island-genealogy] Searching for the Bodden Family of Dorothy(Dottie) and Talbert George Bodden

Hi,
I'm new to this group. I know so little about the Honduras. Is there an english speaking enclave there? Dorothy Andean (Connolly) Bodden and Talbert George Bodden had several children.I was wondering if there are ANY decendents here in this group. I believe the settled in Myrtle Beach area (?) I am related to Dorothy (Dottie). Their children and their births are listed below:

... 2 Lorenzo Bodden b: Dec 1900
... 2 Vera Luryline Bodden b: Jan 06, 1901
... 2 Samuel Melvin Bodden b: Oct 28, 1903
..... +Lydia Lulalee McLaughlin b: Mar 18, 1901
... 2 George Recept Bodden b: Oct 17, 1905
... 2 George Edlin Bodden b: Jan 31, 1908
... 2 Woodrow Wilson Bodden b: Dec 08, 1912 d: Nov 08, 1988
... 2 Etta Alberta Bodden b: Jan 05, 1915
... 2 David Albert Bodden b: Apr 02, 1917
... 2 Effie Bodden b: 1919
... 2 Alceia Bodden b: Nov 09, 1922
... 2 John Astor Bodden b: Nov 09, 1922

Message #1930 of 4610
Bodden

Hello Group,

I wrote earlier this week looking for information on
my family (the Boddens), from the Island of Guanaja
and also from The Cayman Islands.

My father is the youngest of 11 kids. Many had passed
away before I was born, including my grandparents. I
have names and dates and hopefully some of you may be
able to help me learn more about my heritage.

My Father is a twin John Astor + (sister) Alceia
Bodden, Nov 9 1922. Effie, April 1919. Albert, 1917.
Etta, 1914. Woodrow, 1912. Gelie, 1907. Leslie, 1905.
Melvin, 1903. Vera, Nov. 1901. Lorenzo, Dec 1900.

Grandmother Dorothy Loreline Mcglochlin (sp) -Bodden,
Born 1879.
Grandfather Talbert George Bodden, Born 1876.


Help if you can! Thanks,
David


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