References for Richard Bishop/Bishop-179
[a-1] _Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849_ 6 vols, 5:90 for "[Bishop,] Richard, 30: 10 m: 1674," cites "court records, Essex Co. Quarterly Court" This record can be viewed in the transcriptions and digital images posted to the Massachusetts Vital Records Project
[a-2] The Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts,” _Essex Institute Historical Collections_ 50 (1914):219 for "Estate of Richard King (of Salem?)
"; digital images, _Internet Archive_ (accessed 2013).
[a-3] _Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849_ 6 vols, 5:90, for entry "[Bishop], Dulsabell ['old'], w. Richard, 23: [24. dup.], 6 m: 1658," citing "court records, Essex Co. Quarterly Court." This record can be viewed in the transcriptions and digital images posted to the Massachusetts Vital Records Project
[a-4] Robert Charles Anderson, George F. Sanborn, Jr., Melinde Lutz Sanborn, _The Great Migration-Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume I, A-B_ (1999), 307-310 for "Richard Bishop."
Also, Robert Charles Anderson, _The Great Migration-Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume IV, I-L_ (2005), 167-168, for "Richard King."
References for John Bishop/Bishop-171
[b-1] Nathan Grier Parke, _The Ancestry of Lorenzo Ackley and His Wife Emma Arabella Bosworth_, Donald Lines Jacobus, ed. (Woodstock, Vt., 1960), 98-100, “John Bishop, Guilford, Connecticut.” Identifies four children of this couple--Ann, John, Stephen and Bethia--with the eldest born “say 1620-2.” [Access to some available via Heritage Quest.]
[b-2] William Whitney Cone and George Allen Root, _Record of the descendants of John Bishop, one of the founders of Guilford, Connecticut in 1639_ (1951); digital images, _Hathi Trust_ (accessed 2014), x. “Although the birthplace of John Bishop is not known, yet it is generally believe that he was born in England. … The date of his birth is not known, although he must have been nearly fifty years old when he came to America, as he had five grandchildren born to him before he came here.” http://hdl.handle.net/2027/wu.89062848627?urlappend=%3Bseq=14
[b-3] Torrey cited more than a dozen references; happy to post the full array if requested. I have not reviewed all. Torrey includes the first two listed below. There is not a shortage of errors in print about John Bishop of Guilford. In particular, see item 3.
Elizabeth Todd Nash, _Fifty Puritan ancestors, 1628-1660 : genealogical notes, 1560-1900_ (1902), ?171, “The Bishop Family”; digital images, _Hathi Trust_ (accessed 2014). John Bishop is born 1604; wife is Anne ____. Four children as SArah, Anne, Elizabeth and Mary. http://hdl.handle.net/2027/wu.89069276129?urlappend=%3Bseq=275
Charles Edward Benton, _Caleb Benton and Sarah Bishop: Their Ancestors and Descendants_ (1906), 48; digital images, _Hathi Trust_ (accessed 2014). Reports about John Bishop (b. England, about 1604) and wife Anne ___; lists six children as John, Stephen, Bethia (or Betsey), Sarah, Ann and Mary. http://hdl.handle.net/2027/loc.ark:/13960/t5k93pz6d?urlappend=%3Bseq=56
Charles B. Saunders, _Four Centuries in America: The British Heritage of the Saunders/Carmichael and Shafer/MacIntire Families_ (2000), p. 36; digital images, FamilySearch (accessed 2014 via FamilySearch Catalog). Has John Bishop (1590-1661) … son of “Richard and Dulzebella Bishop of London.” Reports John Bishop and Ann Stevens migrated aboard the _St. John_ in 1639, “with their six children.”
[b-4] Hollick has updated this work; I have not reviewed the updated version.