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Archives

Contact: Lay Canon Matthew P. Payne, Diocesan Archivist & Historiographer archives@diofdl.org
Research Fees
Actual Expense
• Minimum $2.50
• Actual postage
• 25¢ / copy
Hourly Charge
• Episcopalians — 1st hour, no charge; additional hours, $25 / hour
• Non-Episcopalians — $25 / hour
After the 1st hour we will contact you to ask if you want us to continue. Billing made when project is complete.
Diocesan Journals
The Diocesan Archivist is working on uploading Diocese of Fond du Lac Journals for acces to the public. To discover the Journals available, click here.

Archives Repository

A repository is the part of an archives where stuff is kept. This may include items like Church Registers (of services or members), minutes, newsletters, bulletins, financial reports, correspondence, pictures, audio and video recordings, and the like. The Diocesan Archives Repository holds these materials along with materials from past bishops, congregations, and papers of diocesan committees and commissions. It is located in Grafton Hall behind St. Paul's Cathedral in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. The not-for-profit social service agency Solutions Center offices are also located here.

Access

Access or research requests should be made with the Diocesan Archivist. Those seeking information about an active congregation should contact the congregation before contacting the Archivist. A request typically requires four to six weeks to complete. Fees collected are used to further the purposes of the Archives.

Archives Task Force

The Archives Task Force oversees the Diocesan Archives and assists congregations to create, develop or maintain their own archives. Current members are: Dave Annis (St. Anne’s, De Pere), Pete Gilbert (All Saints, Appleton), Carol Gottard (St. Ambrose, Antigo), Matthew P. Payne, Chair (Diocesan Office), Betty Potter (Grace, Sheboygan), Barb Milligan (St. Paul’s Cathedral, Fond du Lac).

Links | Creating and Maintaing Archives

Diocesan Documents & Links

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Biographical sketches of the Bishops of the Diocese of Fond du Lac

Click to open this website in a seperate window. Papers of the Diocese of Fond du Lac
Click to open this website in a seperate window. A History of the Diocese of Fond du Lac and its Several Congregations, Compiled Under The Direction of the Bishop in Commemoration of its Fiftieth Anniversary, 1875-1925
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Enthronement was Impressive Affair, Article about the Rt. Rev. Reginald Weller, Third Bishop of Fond du Lac from The Daily Commonwealth. Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. Monday, Oct 7, 1912. Page Five.

Click to open this website in a seperate window. Consecration of S. Paul's Cathedral Fond du Lac and Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Diocese. Sermon and Historical Addresses. Includes Bishop Seymour's Sermon, Historical Sketch, The Two Episcopates, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. P.B. Haber Printing. 1900.
Click to open this website in a seperate window. Variety of Works about and by the Rt. Rev. Charles Chapman Grafton, Second Bishop of the Diocese of Fond du Lac. Found at
Click to open this PDF document. John Henry Hobart Brown. The episcopate in America; sketches, biographical and bibliographical, of the bishops of the American Church, with a preliminary essay on the historic episcopate and documentary annals of the introduction of the Anglican line of succession into America. New York. The Christian Literature Company. William Stevens Perry. 1895.

Cemeteries in the Diocese

Click to open this website in a seperate window. Church of the Precious Blood Cemetery, Gardner Township, Door County, Wisconsin. Item transcribed by Judy Srnka, Beverly Diefenbach, and Sally Treichel, May 14, 1977
Click to open this website in a seperate window. Church of the Holy Apostles Cemetery, Village of Hobart, Brown County, Wisconsin. Item transcribed by Compilers: Tara Konkle, Kelly Van Hoof, Justin Konkle, Craig Konkle, January 2 & 23, 1993
Click to open this website in a seperate window. Duvall Cemetery, Red River, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin. Formerly of St. Mary's, Duvall. Item transcribed by Leon Raether, Bev Diefenbach and Judy Srnka on July 31, 1976.

Church of the Holy Nativity Cemetery, Jacksonport Township, Door County, Wisconsin. Contact Christ the King Holy Nativity for for more information.

 

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