BIOGRAPHICAL INDEX OF NOTABLE PEOPLE FROM THE STATE OF NEW YORK(--1927) B(continue)BODKIN,Thomas C. He was born in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, July 18, 1888, a son of Patrick and Margaret (Nagle) Bodkin, both natives and residents of Buffalo. Thomas C. Bodkin was educated in the public grammar and high schools of Buffalo and as a young lad entered the printing business in his native city in 1901. In 1920 he purchased together with Jacob J. Barber the weekly Lackawanna "News", formerly known as "The Journal" During the World War, Mr. Bodkin proved his patriotism by working in shipyards. During 1919 and 1920 he served as acting judge of the Lackawanna City Court. A Democrat. He is a member of the Lackawanna Council, Knights of Columbus, and of the Lackawanna Business Men's Club.His religious affiliations are with the Roman Catholic church, and more particularly with Church of Our Lady of Victory, of Lackawanna. Thomas C. Bodkin married, June 26, 1912, at Lackawanna, Katherine Jordan, a native of West Seneca, Erie County, New York, and a daughter of the late Martin Jordan and Susanne (McDonald) Jordan, the latter living (1927). Mr. and Mrs. Bodkin are the parents of five children: Katherine, Dorothy, Elizabeth, Thmas and Jack. The family home is located in Lackawanna. I am not related & have no other info.