Dr. Frank Warner BISHOP was born 18 April 1887 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA. He married Dorette Amelie HOARE 14 December 1916 in New York City, New York, USA. He died 23 March 1947 in New York City, New York, USA. Dorette Amelie HOARE, daughter of Edward HOARE and Emily KNIBBS , was born 20 June 1890 in Elizabeth, Union County, New Jersey, USA. She died 26 December 1959 in Oak Bluffs, Dukes County, Massachusetts, USA.


Children of Dr. Frank Warner BISHOP and Dorette Amelie HOARE are:
1. Dorothy Warner BISHOP, b. 31 August 1917

Marriage Notes for Dr. Frank Warner BISHOP\Dorette Amelie HOARE:

From The Suffolk County News, Friday 1 December, 1916:
Dr. Bishop to be married Dec., 14th.
The marriage of Miss Dorette Amelie Hoare and Fr. Frank Warner Bishop, of New York, is to take place on Thursday, December 14th, and is to be followed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Joseph McBarron, 562 W. 113 St. Dr. Bishop is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop and a nephew of Peter Bishop of Bayport and spent much of his boyhood in Sayville. He was of the house staff at St. Luke's Hospital and his bride was a nurse at St. Luke's. They will be home after February 1st at the Hotel Glendening, 202 W. 103 St., where the doctor has offices.

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From The New York Herald, Sunday, December 17, 1916:
BISHOP-HOARE.- On Thursday, December 14, 1916, at 562 West st., by the Rev. Charles Henry Wells, DORETTE AMELIE, daughter of the late Major Edward Le M. Hoare, of the British Army, to Dr., FRANK WARNER BISHOP, of New York city. English papers please copy.


Notes for Dr. Frank Warner BISHOP:

Warner's parents were John J Bishop and Eliza Bell Bishop, both from New York, USA
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From the New York Evening Post, 13 June, 1906:
Announcement was made of the following prizes, fellowships and honours for 1906 including the folowing departmental honours at Columbia College:
First Year: Romance languages and zoology. Frank Warner Bishop.

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See F Warner's Military Registration Card from September 1918.

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From the Catalogue of the Columbia University in the City of New York, 1915-1916:
Listed on Page 27, Officers of Instruction:
Frank Warner Bishop... Physiology. Also Assistant in Clinical Medicine
B.S., Columbia, 1910; M.D. 1912.

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From The Sun Newspaper, Tuesday, Novermber 5, 1918:
ARMY ORDERS:
Frank Warner Bishop, First Lieutenant, to New York, to Military Director Rockerfeller Institute for instruction.

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In 1920 Warner was living at Manhattan Assembly District 9, New York, New York with his wife Dorrette, a daughter, and his parents.

Living in the household were:
F Warner Bishop 32, NY - physician
Dorette Bishop 29, NJ
Dorathy Bishop 2 4/12, NY
John J Bishop 56, NY - father
Eliza Bell Bishop 55, NY - mother
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On 19 Apr 1923, we see F Warner and Dorette arriving at the port of New York from Bermuda aboard the ship Araguaya. They gave their address as 680 W-Eng Ave New York City.
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In 1925, we see Warner, Dorette and Dorothy setting off on a Caribbean cruise from New York aboard the SS Tuscania. It set sail from New York on 24 February 1925, arriving back at New York on 26 March 1925.
Warner Bishop 37 Mar 18/4/1887 New York C. (home address 1148 Fifth Av., New York C.)
Dorette Bishop 34 Mar 20/6/1890 New Jersey
Dorothy Bishop 7 3/8/1917 New York

The following is a copy of the advertisement for that particular cruise (click to see larger, readable version)


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In 1926 Warner, Dorett and Dorothy were aboard the ship SS Columbus, sailing from Kingston, Jamaica on 13 March 1926, and arriving in New York on 21 March 1926.
J Warner Bishop 38 Mar April 18th 1887 New York City, NY
Dorette H Bishop 35 Mar June 20th 1920 Elizabeth, NJ
Dorothy Bishop 8 August 31st New York City, NY
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In 1930, F Warner Bishop was living at Manhattan (Districts 0501-0750), New York, New York:
F Warner Bishop Head Mar 43 New York
H Dorette Bishop Wife Mar 38 Vermont
Dorothy Bishop Daughter 12 New York
Bell Bishop Mother 65 New York
Paulina Held Servant 25 Germany

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In 1931, we see the family aboard the ship MV Lafayette, sailing from Le Havre, France on 5 June, 1931, arriving in New York on 15 June:
Warner F Bishop 44
Dorette Bishop 41
Dorothy Bishop 13

Their address was given as 1148-5th Avenue New York City.
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In 1933, we see them on the ship SS Champlain sailing from Le Havre, France on 16 August 1933, arriving New York:
Warner Bishop 46
Dorette Bishop 43
Dorothy Bishop 16

They gave the same home address as in 1931.
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In 1940, the family were living at Assembly District 15, Manhattan, New York City, New York:
F Warner Bishop Head Mar 53 Medical Doctor New York
Dorette Bishop Wife Mar 49 New Jersey
Dorothy Bishop Daughter InM 22 Cataloguer Museum New York
Katoala Viena Servant 26 Servant Finland
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From the Suffolk County News, Friday, March 28, 1947:
Dr. F. Warner Bishop, well known in Sayville and Bayport and for many years a summer resident of Bayport, died on Sunday afternoon in St. Luke's Hospital, New York, after a long illness. Dr. Bishop was born in Brooklyn 59 years ago, the son of John and E. Belle Bishop. His home was at 1040 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.
We was graduated from Columbia College in 1910 and the College of Physicians and Surgeopns of Columbia University in 1912. He served his internship at Presbytarian Hospital and was a member of the house staff of St. Luke's Hospital and also of Sloane Hospital for Women. In 1915, Dr. Bishop was appointed to the out-patient department of St. Luke's and was later named as assistant attending physician.
In the First World War, he was a first Lieutenant in the Medical Corps. Dr. Bishop was appointed senior physician and director of the medical division of the out-patient department of St. Luke's in 1930. He was president of the medical board from 1933-1935. He was also an instructor in physiology and assistant in clinical medicine at Columbia University.
Dr. Bishop was a fellow at the American College of Physicians, a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, a member of the American Medical Association, the Medical Society of the County of New York, a fellow of the New York Academy, president of the New York Clinical Society in 1943, president of the Hospital Graduates Club in 1941, a former president of the Society of the Alumni of St. Luke's Hospital, a member of the Alumni Association of Sloane Hospital, a member of the Century Association and of the Edgartown Yacht Club.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dorette Hoare Bishop, and a daughter, Miss Dorothy Warner Bishop.

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Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Obituary Database has the following obituary for him:

F. Warner Bishop
Record: 3958
Death Date: March 23 1947
Graduating Year: P&S 1912

Secretary of his class at P&S, died after a long illness at St. Luke's Hospital, New York City, where he was senior attending physician and director of the out-patient department. In addition to his work at St. Luke's, whose staff he joined in 1915, Dr. Bishop was on the staff of the Sloane Hospital for Women, and was an instructor in physiology and assistant in clinical medicine at Columbia. Beside holding the secretaryship of the Class of 1912, Dr. Bishop was a former president of the Society of the Alumni of St. Luke's Hospital, of the New York Clinical Society and of the Hospital Graduates Club.

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Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Frank.

Sources for Dr. Frank Warner BISHOP:

  1. 1920 US Federal Census,
  2. Military Registration Card, gave DOB and first name  
  3. Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Obituary Database,
  4. 1920 Census for Washington DC,
  5. Obituary,
  6. 1940 US Federal Census,

Notes for Dorette Amelie HOARE:

Also known as: Dorel or Dorothy

We can see Dorrette in 1900 living at Bayonne Ward 1, Hudson, New Jersey
Age: 9
Birth Date: Jun 1890
Birthplace: New Jersey
Race: White
Ethnicity: American
Gender: Female
Relationship to Head of House: Daughter
Father's Name: Edward
Father's Birthplace: Wales
Mother's Name: Emily
Mother's Birthplace: England
Marital Status: Single
Residence : Bayonne City, Hudson, New Jersey

Living in the household were:
Edward Hoare 59, 9/40 Wales - civil engineer
Emily Hoare 37, 4/63 ENG
Edna Hoare 18, 8/81 ILL
Darrette Hoare 9, 6/90 NJ
Lillian Hoare 7, 2/93 ENG
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In 1910 we see her living at Elizabeth Ward 10, Union, New Jersey
Name: Dorette Hoare
[Dorette Haare]
Age in 1910: 19
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1891
Birthplace: New Jersey
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Father's Name: Edward
Father's Birth Place: Wales
Mother's Birth Place: England
Marital Status: Single
Race: White
Gender: Female

Living in the household were:
Edward Hoare 69, ENG/Wales - civil engineer, widowed
Edna Hoare 28, ILL - nurse
Dorette Hoare 19, NJ
Lillian Hoare 19 [17] NJ
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The following is some additional information about Darrette from the 1920 census:
Name: Dorette Bishop [aka = Hoare]
Home in 1920: Manhattan Assembly District 9, New York, New York
Age: 29 years
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1891
Birthplace: New Jersey
Relation to Head of House: Wife
Spouse's Name: F Warner
Father's Birth Place: England
Mother's Birth Place: England
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Sex: Female
Able to read: Yes
Able to Write: Yes
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From The New York Times, 26 Dec 1959:
BISHOP Dirette Hoare, 69 years, at the Martha's Vineyard Hospital, Oak Buff, Mass., Dec 24: .c of New York 'Citer and widow of the late Dr. Frank Warner Bishop, chief of Medical Service of St. Lukes, New York.

Sources for Dorette Amelie HOARE:

  1. Ellis Island Ship's Manifest,
  2. 1900 US Federal Census,
  3. Newspaper Article, wedding announcement gave her middle name 
  4. Obituary,

Notes for Dorothy Warner BISHOP:

From the New York Sun, Friday Octobner 25, 1935:
SOCIETY
Debutant Cotillion Will Be Novelty at Velvet Ball Tonight.
Infirmary for Women and Children Will Benefit From Party at Waldorf.
The Velvet Ball with its experimental debutante cotillion will be held at the Waldorf-Astoria this evening. Mrs. Frank A. Vanderlip is honorary chairman of the New York Infirmary for Women and Children, the beneficiary.
The young women who will set aside the modern forms of dancing for the figures of cotillion will include the Misses Helen C. Adams, Nancy M. Adams, Harriet M. Arthur, Alice Louis Ballantinme, Marjory Banks, Dorothy Warner Bishop, Barbara Burke, etc.,


From the New York Sun, Saturday Febriary 26, 1938:
IN The News Od Society.
Post-Debutantes to Gather at Ritz-Carlton Tonight for Second Knickerbocker Assembly
The second of the season's Knickerbocker assemblies will be held tonight in the main ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton. The subscribers to this series of debutantes of former years, chiefly girls who have been out two or three years. The first Knickerbocker is always the Saturday after Thanksgiving, the second the Saturday before Ash Wednesday, and the third on the Saturday which follows Easter Sunday.
The committee in charge which also serves as a membership board is composed of Mrs. Frederick W. Longfellow, chairman; Mrs. J. Howland Auchincloss, Mrs. Thatcher M. Brown, Mrs. F. Kinsbury Curtis, Mrs. Lyman Delano, Mrs. Adrian V. S. Lambert, Mrs. Lansing P. Reed and Mrs. Frederick H. Osborn.
The members of this season's Knickerbockers, newly announced, are the misses Catherine Cary, Hildgarde Graham,.........Dorothy Warner Bishop, Nancy Ewing. etc.,

Sources for Dorothy Warner BISHOP:

  1. 1920 US Federal Census,
  2. Obituary, from her father gave her middle name. 
  3. 1940 US Federal Census,