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Bishop Genealogy & History

Bishop is an occupational English and German name, popular throughout Europe with over 100 variations including German Bischof, Russian Yepiskop, and Spanish Obispo. Originally non-religious, it derived from ancient Greek "episcopes", meaning overseer. After early Christianity, it described someone who worked for a bishop, performed as a bishop in a medieval traveling play, or had been a "boy bishop" on St. Nicholas Day, December 6. The Bishop motto "pro deo et ecclesia" means "for God and the Church". English Bishop family history dates back to their family seat (feudal home) in Worcestershire. In America, Bishop genealogy began in Maryland and Massachusetts in the 1630s.

Bishop Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
A Frances Bishop-- --, 1921November ,1996TX
B Leta Bishop-- --, 1925August ,1995TN
C Franklin Bishop-- --, 1918October 29,2000IN
D Clayton Bishop-- --, 1921February 24,2005UT

Bishop Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
E Blanche Bishop-- --, 1914March ,1987Carlisle,PA
F Wayne Bishop-- --, 1916December 4,1997Ames,IA
G Donn Bishop-- --, 1923March 2,2002Brownstown,IN
H Donald Bishop-- --, 1920January 13,2000Cranberry Twp,PA

Bishop Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Charles BishopFannie CardenApril 4,1931Wake, NC
David BishopWilhelmina WilliamsFebruary 14,1948Wake, NC
Emmitt BishopElizabeth SmithJune 9,1935Wake, NC
Gerald BishopAva EmoryDecember 26,1964Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Bishop

204th: Ramirez205th: Carr
206th: Daniels207th: Harper
208th: Gilbert209th: Williamson
210th: Willis211th: George
212th: Watkins213th: Howell

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