People of Bodie

A list of Bodie residents, or other people associated with Bodie, taken from various books and other sources. Check out the gallery of people.

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First NameNameLinkExternalTypeBirthplaceBirth MonthBirth DayBirth YearBirthdateDeath MonthDeath DayDeath YearDeathdateGenderOccupationSourceSource URLSource YearRecord NumberRecord URLAgeMarital StatusRaceNotes
"Pioche""Pioche" Kelley
A.A. C. Raymond
A.A. C. Robinson
A.A. E. McMillanSecretary of the Bodie Miners' Union in 1885.
AlexAlex NixonElected as first President of the Miners' Union, Jan. 15, 1878. Shot and killed in a saloon gun fight.
AmasaAmasa Bryan
AnnieAnnie C. Fouke
BelleBelle MooreBodie's first school teacher.
BenBen Butler
BenBen Miller
BertBert Dolan
BillyBilly O'HaraEmpire Gold and Silver Mining Company caretaker.
BlackBlack TaylorOne of Bodey's buddies.
BobBob Conway
C.C. R. Wedertz
CharlesCharles Rudin
CharlieCharlie Donnelly
CharlieCharlie Jardine
CordeliaCordelia Hays Dolan
DanDan McMillanOne-armed sheriff and manager of the Bodie baseball team.
DanielDaniel HornerFirst child born in Bodie.
DavidDavid Victor CainOne of J. S. Cain's sons. Married Ella Cody. His home is located on Green Street.
DickDick O'MalleyNigh watchman in 1880
Dr. FrankDr. Frank L. Bosqui
Dr. M.Dr. M. J. RoeOffice opposite Shannon's, one door north of Cluggage's stage office, Main St.
Dr.Dr. Walker
E.E. R. Cleveland
EdEd CoxSeriously injured in explosion
EdEd Loose
EliEli Johl
EllaElla Cody Cain "The Story of Bodie" and "The Story of Mono County." Married David Victor Cain.
ErnestErnest Marks
EugeneEugene Markey
Father JohnFather John Cassin
FelixFelix Donnelly
FrankFrank F. QuinvilleBlacksmith for the Standard Consolidated Mine.
FrankFrank McDonell
FrankFrank Owen
GeorgeGeorge Storey
GusGus RenaudKilled in 1884 in the Syndicate mine powder explosion
H.H. D. RobertsonOffice at the Bodie Hotel
H.H. L. Childs
H.H. Z. Osborne
HarryHarry Lewis
HarveyHarvey Boone
J. EmitJ. Emit Dechambeau
J.J. J. WelchBought The Tower Restaurant in March 1879 and renamed it to the Nevada Restaurant and Chop House.
J.J. L. Colman
J.J. W. Kingsley
JackJack RobertsNigh watchman in 1880
JamesJames B. PerryLate Supervisor of Mono Co.
JamesJames P. Dolan
JamesJames ShowersElected as first Treasurer of the Miners’ Union, Jan. 15, 1878.
JamesJames Stuart Cain, owned many businesses In Bodie.
JohnJohn L. Berry, M.D.Had an office and drug store. Formerly of Bellevue Hospital, NY.
JoeJoe Beck
JoeJoe FarnsworthNigh watchman in 1880
JoeJoe Maquire
JoeJoe Rouse
Dr. JohnDr. John A. Street
JohnJohn PryorElected as first Vice President of the Miners' Union, Jan. 15, 1878.
JohnJohn WagnerTook over the Gem Eating House and renamed it to the Bon Ton Eating House in 1880.
JohnnyJohnny Treloar
JosephJoseph DeRoche
LesterLester B. Bell
LewisLewis LockbergAt one time, owner of the Bunker Hill claim.
LottieLottie Johl
M.M. Schafer
M.M. J. Cody
MikeMike McGowana "Bad Man", who came from Virginia City. He would bite off ears, noses, and thumbs.
MildredMildred Hoover
NathanNathan H. Gregory
PatrickPatrick Reddy
PeterPeter EssingtonAt one time, owner of the Bunker Hill claim.
R.R. G. PreshawOffice over Salisbury & Richardson's Boot and Shoe store
R.R. L. PetersonJustice of the Peace, Notary Public, Conveyancer, office in the Rosedale Saloon
RichardRichard Reynolds Fouke
Robert "Bobby"Robert "Bobby" Tenneson Bell
RobertRobert Phillip Fouke
RodRod McInnis
RosaRosa May
SamSam Leon
T.T. H. Leggett
TheodoreTheodore Hoover
ThomasThomas LeggettSuperintendent of the Standard Company.
ThomasThomas Smithen
TomTom Miller
W.W. S. BodeyW. could have stood for Wakeman, Waterman, or William.
WarrenWarren Boyd
WarrenWarren Loose
WilliamWilliam Deegan
WilliamWilliam Loose
William "Billy"William "Billy" T. Owens
WilsonWilson ButlerFirst resident blacksmith.