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Obituary Leslie E Bishop,
Moberly, Missouri, 3 Jul 1952

Moberly Monitor Index & Democrat, Randolph County, Moberly, Missouri, 5 July 1952

	Funeral Held Today for Leslie E. Bishop, Wabash Conductor.  Funeral
services were conducted at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Mahan Funeral
Chapel for Leslie E. Bishop, 70, 701 Vincil street, Wabash conductor, who
died at 9:05 o'clock Thursday night at Wabash Hospital.  Dr. Joseph P.
Grant, pastor of the First Baptist Church, was in charge and burial was at
Oakland cemetery.
	Mr. Bishop, born in Martinsburg, came to Moberly in 1905 as a Wabash
brakeman.  He was chief conductor here of the Order of Railway Conductors
and a member of the Christian Church at Martinsburg.
	He is survived by his wife;  two sons, Curtis Bishop of Milwaukee,
Wis., and Clyde Bishop of Peoria, Ill., two grandaughters, Susan and Carolyn
Bishop;  two brothers, Sam Bishop of Mexico and Ralph Bishop of St. Joseph
and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Murry of Detroit.

Obituary Ethel C (Walker) Bishop,
Moberly, Missouri, 2 Aug 1960

Moberly Monitor Index & Democrat, Randolph County, Moberly, Missouri, 3 August 1960

	Mrs. L. E. Bishop, 72, Dies;  Funeral To Be Tomorrow.  Mrs. Ethel C.
Bishop, 72, 610 1/2 West Rollins street, died at 10:20 o'clock last night in
Woodland Hospital, where she had been a patient two weeks.
	Born in Audrain County, she had lived in Moberly 49 years.  Mrs.
Bishop was the widow of L. E. Bishop, Wabash conductor, who died in July
1953 [1952].
	She was a member of Trinity Methodist Church.
	Mrs. Bishop is survived by two sons, Curtis Bishop, Milwaukee, and
Clyde Bishop, Peoria, Ill.;  and two granddaughters.
	The Body is in the Mahan Funeral Home, where services will be held
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon by her pastor, the Rev. Otto Dvorak.  Burial
will be in Oakland cemeter.

Leslie E and Ethel C (Walker) Bishop Family