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Father: Daniel Bishop
Father: John Harrison Castlio
Mother: Nancy Howell Ann Eliza (Landor/Lander)...
Son: James Wallace Bishop (1840-1851)
Son: Napoleon Bishop (1844-1878)
Dau: Mary Isabel Bishop (1846-1847)
Son: Shelby R Bishop (1853-1918)
Son: Daniel Foster Bishop Zerelda Emeline (Castlio)...
Son: John Daniel Bishop (1858-1920) (m Nannie A. Moore, Oregon Co, MO)
Dau: Allie Osceola Bishop (1860-1862)
Dau: Zerelda Bishop (1863-?) (m Edward Lewis, Benton City, MO)
Dau: Watoga Pocahontus Bishop (1865-1892) (m Elmer Johnson)

Greenberry Bishop (1817-1875) married first Ann Eliza Landor/Lander (1828-1853) in 1842 in Trigg County, Kentucky. They brought their family to Audrain County, Missouri, about 1847. Greenberry is shown in the 1850 and 1860 Census for Audrain County. Ann Eliza died 14 April 1853 and is buried along with Allie, Daniel, Mary and James in the Old Village Cemetery in Mexico, Missouri. Greenberry married second Zerelda Emeline (Castlio) (1828-1866) on 24 June 1855 in St Charles County, Missouri. Zerelda was born in Howell's Prairie, St Charles County. John Daniel Bishop lived in the Alton, Missouri, area. [Note: Greenberry Bishop might be related to the Mercer County, Kentucky, Bishops represented by Wesley Bishop of Fulton, Missouri, as there are a number of family given name similarities. - William F Bishop]

Obituary Ann Eliza (Landor/Lander) Bishop, Mexico, Audrain, Missouri, 14 Apr 1853
Ancestry Of Ann Elizabeth Lander (submitted 12Jan07 by David Lander [], Cripple Creek, CO)
Notes Greenberry and Ann Eliza (Landor/Lander) Bishop Family
Notes Greenberry Bishop (1817 KY-1875 MO) - Audrain County, Missouri
Greenberry Bishop - Missouri County Court Documents
Greenberry Bishop - Miscellaneous Scraps of Audrain County History
Some Descendants of Greenberry Bishop, Audrain County, Missouri
Notes Nancy (Hale) Lee - Shamrock, Callaway County, Missouri
Cotton Family Home Page
Greenbury & Zerelda Emeline (Castlio) Bishop (select Bishop surname)
Vachel Bishop (c1760-1841) of Mercer County, Kentucky (enter "Bishop, Vachel")
Wesley Bishop (1822-1904) died Fulton, Callaway Co. Missouri (enter "Bishop, Wesley")