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Tyra, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Patricia & William Bishop August 2005
Elizabeth, Bill, Pat, Rebecca and Tyra Bishop December 1990
Father: William Frank Bishop (1921-1978)
Mother: Marjorie Frances Baker (1921-1994)
Father: Dale Robert Mulholland (1928-1954)
Mother: Pearl Solvig Samuelson (1931-)

Dau: Rebecca Ann Bishop (1979-)
Son: Tyra Dale Bishop (1985-)
Dau: Elizabeth Christina Bishop (1987-)

William Frank Jr Bishop (1944-) married Patricia Ann Mulholland (1949-) on 22 September 1972 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Bill grew up on a farm in western Audrain county, Missouri, in the 1950s and in 1964 moved with his parents and two brothers into a house in Centralia, Missouri. After attending the University of Missouri in Columbia, Bill entered the US Air Force where he was located first in Texas then in Germany. Leaving the military in September 1969 he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he was employed by a computer company. Pat was born and raised in Fargo, North Dakota, but moved to Minneapolis after high school. Bill and Pat moved to Wichita, Kansas, in January 1973 where he worked for NCR Corporation. In September 1977 they moved to Melbourne, Florida, where Bill worked for Harris Controls. While living in Melbourne they had two daughters and one son. In January 1991 the family moved to Missouri living in Columbia staying there except for a two and half year period (Jan 1994 - Jun 1996) living in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Rebecca attended Columbia schools and graduated from Rock Bridge High School in June 2000. Tyra and Elizabeth attended Columbia schools and attended Hickman High School, Elizabeth graduating in June 2005 and Tyra finishing in Spring 2004. In October 2002 at age 53 after working almost six years at Columbia Housing Authority, Pat applied for disability status with Social Security. In January 2006 Bill retired at the age of 62.

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William & Patricia Bishop Family Letters
Early Memories of Laddonia, Audrain, Missouri, 1945-50s

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