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Obituary Orin O Bishop,
Wellsville, Missouri, 3 Oct 1950


Wellsville Optic News, Montgomery County, Missouri, 6 October 1950

	Funeral Services For Orin O. Bishop, 84 On Thursday.  Death came
near noon on Tuesday to end the long illness of Mr. O. O. Bishop, well-known
Wellsville man, and a life long resident of Montgomery County.  He had been
bedfast for some time and had been cared for in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Tallmadge.  Funeral services were conducted at two o'clock Thursday
afternoon at the Bethel Methodist church conducted by Rev. J. C. McDaniel.
Burial was in the Bethel Cemetery, beside his late wife whose death occurred
in 1944.
	Orin Bishop was born on August 10, 1866, in Montgomery County, the
son of the late David and Harriet McCormack Bishop.  He spent many years
farming in the Bethel community.  In 1910 he and Mrs. Bishop moved to
Wellsville where he has since resided.  Mr. Bishop's death followed exactly
a week, almost to the very hour of his neighbor and friend, A. B. Carpenter,
whose death also followed an extended illness.
	The following obituary was prepared for reading at the funeral:
Orrin O. Bishop, son of the late Dave and Harriet Bishop, was born in
Montgomery County on Auguest 10, 1866 and passed away on October 3, 1950, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Tallmadge after an extended illness.
	He was united in marriage in 1898 to Miss Alpharetta Hancock, who
preceded him in death six years ago in 1944.
	Mr. Bishop united with the Bethel Methodist church, near Wellsville
and was active in the church as long as his health permitted.  He was a
member in good standing of the I. O. O. F. lodge No. 359 of Wellsville.
	He is survived by a great niece, Mrs. Pauline Scrogin of Vandalia
and a great nephew, Dewitt Tallmadge of Kansas City.

Obituary Alpharetta (Hancock) Bishop,
Wellsville, Missouri, 16 Dec 1944


Wellsville Optic News, Montgomery County, Missouri, 22 December 1944

	Mrs. O. O. Bishop Died From Fall Injuries.  Mrs. O. O. Bishop, who
on Wednesday of last week fell at her home on West Locust Street and
fractured a hip, died Saturday at the Audrain Hospital in Mexico.  She was
73 years old.
	Alpharetta Hancock Bishop, daughter of Nancy Ann and T. F. Hancock
was born in Warren County, June 2, 1871, and died December 16, 1944.
	On February 23, 1898, she was united in marriage to O. O. Bishop and
they lived their entire married life in the Bethel community and in
Wellsville.
	Mrs. Bishop professed her faith in Christ and united with the
Methodist Church in 1892.  She was a faithful attendant as long as her
health permitted.
	For the past several years she had been in failing health and was an
invalid in recent years.
	Survivors are her husband, O. O. Bishop, an aunt, Mrs. B. A. Brown
of near Wellsville, an uncle H. H. Hill of New Truxton, Mo., two nieces and
a nephew, W. Dewitt Tallmadge now serving in the U. S. Navy.
	Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
the Bethel Methodist Church by Rev. J. C. McDaniels.  Burial was in the
adjoining cemetery.

David J and Harriet (McCormack) Bishop Family