Obituary Granville Clarence Bishop,
St Louis, Missouri, 06 Feb 1971
Montgomery Standard, Montgomery County, Montgomery City, Missouri, 11 February 1971 Clarence Bishop Died Saturday at Jefferson Barracks. Granville Clarence Bishop, 54, veteran of two wars, died Saturday, February 6, just two days before the 20th anniversary of the war wounds which put him in a wheelchair the rest of his life. He died at Jefferson Barracks Hospital where he had lived since his return from the Korean War. He suffered multiple injuries of the head, body and legs on February 8, 1951. Funeral services were held at Schlanker Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Tuesday, conducted by the Rev. Hugh Ash. Burial was in Montgomery City Cemetery, with American Legion graveside services. Born September 12, 1916 near Price's Branch, he was a son of Clarence and Susie Maxey Bishop. He served during World War II before going to the Korean conflict. He never married. He leaves his father of Montgomery County, a brother, William Bishop of O'Fallon, three sisters, Mrs. Lucille Killian of Grants Pass, Ore., Mrs. Victor (Edna) Mueller of Bellflower and Miss Magie Bishop of Granite City, Ill., and a number of nieces and nephews.