Sir Francis Bodenham (c. 1582 – 1645) was an English politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1626.
Bodenham was the son of Sir William Bodenham, of Ryhall, Rutland. He matriculated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge in April 1601. He was admitted at Gray's Inn on 4 February 1603. In 1615, he was Sheriff of Rutland. He was knighted in 1616. In 1626, he was elected Member of Parliament for Rutland. 
He married Penelope Wingfield (d. 1625), a daughter of Sir Edward Wingfield (d. 1603) of Kimbolton Castle and Mary Harington, and secondly Theodosia Hastings, daughter of Francis Hastings, Lord Hastings and Sarah Harington. 
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