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Obituary Frank Lyle Bishop,
St Charles, Missouri, 21 Aug 1962


Mexico Evening Ledger, Audrain County, Mexico, Missouri, 22 August 1962

	Funeral Thursday for Frank Bishop.  Last rites for Frank Bishop,
formerly of here, who died at his home, in St. Charles yesterday morning,
will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Arnold funeral home.  The Rev. Carl
Redford, pastor of the Christian Church in Auxvasse will conduct the
service, and interment will be in the Elmwood Cemetery.
	Music for the service will be provided by Mrs. John W. Willer,
organist, and Mrs. John M. Conner, vocalist.
	Those to serve as pallbearers will be Forrest Brown, Clayton Brown,
Lonnie Bradley, John Albus, John Brown and Carol Coil.
	Survivors include three sons, William Bishop of Centralia, Melvin
Bishop of Lawton, Okla., and Bobby Bishop of Philadelphia, Pa.;  four
daughters, Mrs. Bobby Adler [Edler] of St. Charles, Mrs. W.B. Bales of St
Peters, Mrs Al Peters of Mason, Ia., and Mrs Leo Vorie [Leona Vorhees] of
the state of California;  and two sisters, Mrs. W.B. Wyss of Auxvasse and
Mrs. Ruth Coe of Springfield, Ill.

Obituary Clara Odessa (Anderson) Bishop,
Audrain County, Missouri, 26 Nov 1934


Mexico Ledger, Audrain County, Mexico, Missouri, 28 November 1934

Mrs F.L. Bishop 29, Dies Monday.  Young Mother, of Northeast of Mexico,
Succumbs To Illness.  Husband And Seven Children Survive -- Services Tuesday.
	Mrs Frank L. Bishop, well known resident of northeast of Mexico,
died at the Audrain Hospital Monday morning at 3:30.  She had been ill at
the hospital since Monday.
	Mrs Bishop was 29 years old.  She is survived by her husband and
seven children, William Frank, 13, Melvin Roy, 11, Emma Rose, 10, Mary
Frances, 9, Betty Ruth, 6, Leona Jane, 3, James Robert 1 1/2.  She is also
survived by her mother, Mrs William Baysinger, of Chicago and three sisters,
Miss Nellie Saxe of Vandalia, Mrs Arthur Lemasters, of Chicago, and Mrs
Leona Swaggett, of Chicago.  The funeral services will be held at the home,
3 1/2 miles northeast of Mexico, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev.
J. B. Robertson officiating, and burial will be at the Elmwood cemetery.
	The Ledger joins family friends in extending sincere sympathy to
the bereaved at Mrs. Bishop's passing.

Frank Lyle and Clara Odessa (Anderson) Bishop Family