Death of F auk Bodette.
P'rank Bodette died Wednesday morn¬ ing at 7 o'clock, after an illness of about six weeks. He had been suffering for some months with cataral usl.hma which resulted in dropsy.
Mr. Bodette was born in 1825 at or near Detroit. His parents were driven from their home by the Indians and they came to Toledo where Mr. Bodette learned the trade of ship building, fol¬ lowing that until he bought his present farm sometime in the sixties, while this section of the country whs still new. He was a faithful member of the M. E. church of which he had long been connected. He leayes to mourn his loss a wife and eight children: William of Panama, Edward of Toledo, Charles of Bowling Green, Herman of Genoa, Mary Bartlette of Casey, III., Francis Brown, Toledo, Ella Sohlacter. Toledo, and Emma .Johnson, Genoa.
Funeral will take place tomorrow, Saturday, at the M. E. church, at 1 j'clock, p. in., Rev. Stein officiating. i Interment will be in Woodvilie cem¬ etery J2 - =2 -3 - / "v O '7
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