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Obituary David J Bishop,
Montgomery County, Missouri, 26 Feb 1902

	Montgomery Standard, Montgomery City, Missouri, 28 February 1902

Uncle Dave Bishop, one of the old citizens of Montgomery county, died at his
residence about six miles west of Montgomery Wednesday, of pneumonia, aged
about 82 years.  He was highly respected by all and many will mourn his
loss.  The remains were interred at the churchyard yesterday morning.

Montgomery Standard, Montgomery County, Montgomery City, Missouri, 7 March 1902

D.J. Bishop, "Uncle Dave", as he was familiarly known, died at his home some
seven miles west of Montgomery City, Wednesday, February 26, 1902, aged
nearly 82 years.  He was ill about a week of pneumonia.  He was born in
Albemarle county, Va, the 26th of May 1820.  He came to Missouri when he was
15 years old, and had lived in Montgomery county all the time except a few
years.  He married Miss Harriet McCormack in 1846 by whom he had eleven
children, six of whom survive him:  Mrs. Maggie Dickey, Mrs. Sarah Smith,
Misses Anna, Mary and Ida and Orrin, the four unmarried ones making their
home with their father.  His wife died in 1875.  Interment at Providence
Thursday.  The funeral will be preached by Elder W.J. Hardesty the 4th
Sunday in May next.  Deceased was one among the best of men, an excellent
neighbor and a good citizen.  He will be sadly missed by everybody in his
neighborhood, and by many others.  The bereaved ones have the sympathy of

Fulton Telegraph, Callaway County, Fulton, Missouri, 7 March 1902

	Near Shamrock, Feb 26, 1902, of pneumonia David Bishop, aged 82

David J and Harriet (McCormack) Bishop Family