Obituary Glenwood R Bishop,
Wellsville, Missouri, 23 Sep 1965
Mexico Evening Ledger, Audrain County, Mexico, Missouri, 23 September 1965 Wellsville Man Found Shot In Yard. Glenwood Bishop, 75, was found dead in the backyard of his home in Wellsville at 7:30 this morning. Mr. Bishop was found in the spot where he sat and listened to ballgames all summer, dead of self-inflicted gunshot wounds in his head. He had been in ill health since January and had been confined to bed for the past week and a half, members of the family said. The body was discovered by his son, Albert Lee Bishop. Authorities said a .410 shotgun was used. A retired employee of the Laclede-Christy Co., Mr. Bishop was a life-long resident of Wellsville. He is survived by his wife and son; one brother, Ross Bishop of Dallas, Tex.; three sisters, Mrs. O.K. Walker, Mrs. Ruth Arnold and Mrs. Ara Burgess, Wellsville; and two half-sisters, Mrs. Harold Jetty and Mrs. Frances Carrigan, both of Texas. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon, but definite time is pending. Burial will be in the Liberty Church Cemetery near Shamrock. The body is at Myers Funeral Home in Wellsville.
Mexico Evening Ledger, Audrain County, Mexico, Missouri, 24 September 1965 Glenwood Bishop Rites To Be Saturday. Wellsville --- Funeral services for Glenwood Bishop who died Thursday morning at his home in Wellsville will be held at the Myers Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev Thomas Adams will be in charge of the service. Burial will be in Liberty Church cemetery near Shamrock.
Obituary Nora Elizabeth (Coil) Bishop,
Wellsville, Missouri, 4 Jun 1980
Wellsville Optic News, Montgomery County, Wellsville, Missouri, 11 June 1980 Mrs. Nora Bishop. Funeral services for Mrs. Glenwood (Nora) Bishop, 89, long-time resident of Wellsville, were conducted at two o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Myers Funeral Home in Wellsville. Rev. Jack Ward, pastor of the First Christian Church in Wellsville, was in charge of the services. Mrs Bishop was a member of that church for many years and formerly taught a Sunday School class there. Mrs. Bishop died Wednesday night at the Audrain Medical Center in Mexico. She had been ill over an extended period of time and was cared for at Gamma Road Lodge and at Pin Oaks Nursing Home in Mexico. Mrs. Bishop, the former Nora Coil, was born June 22, 1890, in Callaway County, a daughter of the late James Riley and Martha Coil. She was preceded in death by her husband, Glenwood, and by an infant son. One son, Albert Lee Bishop, a brother Herbert and two nephews, Bernard Coil of Mexico and Burrell Coil of the state of California, survive. Burial was in the Liberty Christian Church Cemetery south of Martinsburg.
Ex-Wellsville Resident Dies - Mexico Evening Ledger Wellsville - Mrs. Nora E. Bishop, 89, formerly of Wellsville, died at 10:10 p.m. Wednesday, at the Audrain Medical Center in Mexico. She had been a resident of Gamma Road Lodge for several months after being transferred from Pin Oaks Nursing Home in Mexico. She had been a patient at AMC for about two weeks. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Myers Funeral Home in Wellsville, with the Rev. Jack Ward officiating. Burial will be in the Liberty Christian Cemetery near Shamrock. Friends may call from 6-8 p.m. Friday at the Myers Funeral Home. Mrs. Bishop was born June 22, 1890, in Callaway County, a daughter of James Riley and Martha Coil. She married Glenwood Bishop who preceded her in death. Among survivors are one son, Albert Lee Bishop of Wellsville; one brother, Herbert Coil of Wellsville; two nephews, Bernard Coil, Mexico, and Burrell Coil of California. She was preceded in death by an infant son. Mrs. Bishop, who had lived at 407 Water Street in Wellsville, was a member of the Wellsville Christian Church.