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Marshall Brown Bishop
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Birth: Apr. 11, 1924
Jefferson County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Feb. 3, 2003
Kentucky, USA

US Navy WW11

Name: Marshall Brown Bishop
Residence: Glasgow, KY
Died: Monday, 3 Feb 2003, T J Samson Community Hospital, age 78.
Born: Louisville, KY
Son of the late Meade H and Nora Maude Jackman Bishop
Farmer, had served 30 years as a Probationa and Parole Officer for the State of Kentucky beginning his service in 1955 and retiring in 1985. Veteran of WW II Serving in the U S Navy, member and Deacon at Browders Chapel Baptist Church.
Wife: Geneva Taylor Bishop
Daughter: Sandra Gardner and husband Woody of Glasgow
Sons: Billy and wife Tootie of Glasgow and Danny and wirfe Teresa Martin Bishop of Glasgow.
Grandchildren: Joseph, Lindsey and Chuck Bishop, Allison Gardner Martin and John Bishop Gardner
Sister-in-law: Mary Edna Bishop of Glasgow
Niece: Sharon Bishop Gilson
Nephew: Bobby Bishop
Preceded also in death by brother: Robert Bishop
Servicves: 2 pm Thursday, 6 Feb 2003, A F Crow and Son Funeral Home, burial with military honors Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. 
Family links: 
  Meade H Bishop (1904 - 1978)
  Nora Maude Jackman Bishop (1907 - 1965)
  Geneva Taylor Bishop (1928 - 2014)*
  Sandra Bishop Gardner (1948 - 2014)*
  Marshall Brown Bishop (1924 - 2003)
  Virginia L. Bishop (1928 - 1928)*
  Robert N Bishop (1931 - 1994)**
*Calculated relationship
Happy Valley Memorial Gardens
Barren County
Kentucky, USA
Created by: Michelle
Record added: Apr 21, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68729680
Marshall Brown Bishop
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