Note for: Benjamin Constable, 1790 - Index
Date: 13 May 1790
Place: Kingston, Ulster, NY
Note for: Florence Ella Webb, - Index
Florence was married to Riley Finch first (no relation to John).
Note for: Sarah Ethel Finch, 1902 - 4 Feb 1987 Index
Place: Walton Cemetery, Walton, Delaware, NYIndividual Note:
Sarah Ethel was known as Ethel Finch. Ethel was never married. Is buried in the Walton Cemetery: Plot #02 179 6.
Note for: Alvira ?, Sep 1836 - Index
In the 1880 Census of Hancock, Delaware Co., NY, there is a Moses (73), Alvira (44), Edd (19), and John Bodine (40) in one house. In the 1900 Census of Hancock, Alvira is listed as John's stepmother. Alvira must have married Moses, John's father, when she was relatively young as compared to Moses. Here we see the name going back and forth between Budine and Bodine. This would lend credence to the idea that the name Budine may have started out as Bodine.
Note for: Edward (Eddie) A. Budine, ABT 1861 - Index
1880 Census, Hancock, Delaware Co., NY - age 19, PA, NY, NY. EDWARD's mother does not appear to be Catherine Weaver. She would have been pretty old by the time he was born (abt 53), but his mother does not appear to have been Alvina since EDWARD's mother is listed as born in NY in the 1880 Census of Hancock, Delaware Co., NY. In that same household was Alvina who is listed as born in PA. Maybe Moses had another wife in between Catherine and Alvira or Alvina was EDWARD's step-mother.
Jean Booth: Moses Budine (b 14 Aug 1806) m Mrs Alvina Robbins 29 Mar 1865, Del Co NY. 2 Robin children; EDWARD was 4 in 1865 census and thereafter he was EDWARD Budine in 1870 1nd 1880 census (other child not identified).
Jean Booth: Re: Moses Budine - EDWARD Budine. In the 1865 census, EDWARD is listed as EDWARD Robbins, 4, making him b abt 1861. In 1861, Catherine Weaver was abt 52 which would probably preclude her being the mother of EDWARD. Since EDWARD was called Robbins, and Peter Martin was not married till 1863, it is likely that he was a Robbins. In the 1870 and 1880 census, EDWARD is called Budine, though we have never seen any legal adoptions. Alvina was listed as born in PA as was EDWARD in the 1880 census.
A brother of John S. Booth, Erastus, married a Philena Robbins 25 Jan 1854 in Sherbourne, NY. There were 3 children, none of whom survived to adulthood. Erastus was killed in LA at Cox's plantation during the Civil War. I have no other info on Philena (she did receive a pension) nor on Alvina as to whether or not they could have been sisters-in law..
Note for: Hannah Ann Atwell, Oct 1839 - 7 Mar 1926 Index
OBITUARY: Walton Reporter (1930s?)...Mrs. Hannah Ann Budine, widow of Martin Budine, died Sunday at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Earl Barner, at Lester. Three sons, nine grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren survive. Mrs. Budine's maiden name was Hannah Atwell and her early life until her marriage was spent in Walton, where she has relatives."
Note for: Thomas Bodine, ABT 1816 - 9 Mar 1890 Index
Place: Rock Rift, Delaware, NYIndividual Note:
1850 Census, Middletown, Delaware, NY.
1855 NY state census, Walton, Delaware Co., NY, shows Thomas, age 39, b. Delaware Co., lived Walton 4 yrs; wife Cornelia, age 23, b. Ulster Co.
1860 census, Walton, Delaware Co., NY, shows Thomas, age 44; Cornelia, age 28; David W., age 4; and Synthia C, age 8 mos., all b. NY.
1870 census, Walton, Delaware Co., NY, shows Thomas, age 54; Cornelia, age 39; David W., age 14; Cynthia, age 10; and Robert S, age 4, all b. NY.
1880 census, Walton, Delaware Co., NY, p. 18B: shows Thomas, age 65; wife, Cornelia, age 49; son, Charles, age 4; and son, David, age 24; all b. NY, and parents b. NY. This Thomas Bodine may be the Thomas who was Jacob's son.