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Obituary Harry Stanley Bishop,
Middletown, Missouri, 17 Sep 1964


Wellsville Optic News, Montgomery County, Wellsville, Missouri, 25 September 1964

	Harry Bishop Funeral on Saturday at Bethel.  Funeral Services for
Harry S. Bishop, 75, well-known and substantial farmer of Middletown, were
held on Saturday afternoon at two o'clock at Bethel Church near Montgomery
City.  Burial was in the Bethel Cemetery.  Rev. Thomas Adams, pastor of the
Wellsville and Middletown Methodist church, conducted services.
	The following served as pallbearers:  William Crouch, Wilford
Bishop, Harry Bishop, Sam Bishop, William Bishop, Graham Bishop, Gary Frost
and Tom Crouch.
	Mr. Bishop's death occurred on Thursday afternoon at the Audrain
Hospital in Mexico.  He had been in his usual health until Monday morning
when he was stricken with a heart attack and taken to the hospital.  The
body was brought to the Wells Funeral Home in Wellsville.
	Harry Stanley Bishop was born January 21, 1889, in Montgomery
County, son of the late Samuel Calvin and Alice Hayden Bishop.
	Survivors include the following children in addition to his wife:
Clark W. Bishop of St. Louis, Mo., H. Sam Bishop and John W. Bishop of
Wellsville;  Mrs Clinton (Nellie) Frost of St. Louis, Mo.;  and Mrs. Eleanor
Allison of Warrenton.
	Besides his wife and children, he is survived by three
daughters-in-law and two sons-in-law;  twelve grandchildren and one great
grandchild;  five brothers, John, Clarence, Howell and James Bishop of
Montgomery City, Mo.;  and Roy C. Bishop of St. Petersburg, Fla.;  and a
host of nieces and nephews.  Three brothers have preceded him in death,
Elliott, William and Addison Bishop.
	In early manhood, Mr. Bishop united with the Bethel Methodist
Church, Montgomery City, Mo., where he remained a member until his death.
	Most of his life was spent in and near Montgomery City and
Middletown, Mo., area, where he was engaged in farming with the exception of
eight years when he served as Assessor of Montgomery County from 1912 to
1920.
	Mr. Bishop will be missed by his family and friends.

Obituary Eunice Alvia (Clement) Bishop,
Wellsville, Missouri, 5 Mar 1981


Montgomery Standard, Montgomery County, Montgomery City, Missouri, 12 March 1981

	Middletown News - Sympathy is extended to the family of Mrs. Alvia
Bishop, 88, of Wellsville, who passed away on Thursday, March 5.  Funeral
services were conducted on Sunday afternoon, with burial in the Bethel
Cemetery.  Her husband preceded her in death.  Survivors include, three
sons, Clark W. Bishop, of Florissant, Harry Samuel Bishop and John William
Bishop of rural Wellsville;  two daughters, Mrs, Nellie Frost of St Louis
and Mrs. Eleanor Allison of Middletown, sisters, grandchildren and great
grandchildren.

Harry Stanley and Eunice Alvia (Clement) Bishop Family