By Frederick Quinn
As this severe, self sustaining heritage, which results with the ordination of 1 of the 1st ladies bishops within the state, indicates, Utah Episcopalians have had, regardless of small numbers, a remarkably eventful and important heritage, which incorporated advanced family with Mormons and local americans, early event of girls and homosexuals within the ministry, and a desirable set of bishops. one of the latter have been Daniel Tuttle, a number one determine in Episcopal heritage; Christian socialist and Social Gospel proponent Frank Spencer Spalding; and Paul Jones, pressured to surrender due to his pacifism in the course of WWI.
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A parishioner from Grace Church, Brooklyn, New York, provided a year’s supply of medicines and a local physician, Dr. John Hamilton, a former army surgeon, gave his services. Hamilton and Major 20 Daniel S. Tuttle Edmund Wilkes, a mine superintendent, were both members of St. Mark’s and had presented the hospital idea to Tuttle. 83 The hospital moved a block north in 1876 and could house a dozen patients at a time. 84 Ogden, Logan, Corrine, and St. Paul’s Chapel, Salt Lake City James and Lydia Lucelia Webster Gillogly were a distinctive presence in the early Utah church.
When he became bishop of Missouri, Tuttle obtained a position for her daughter at St. James Military Academy, Macon, Missouri, and Mrs. Gillogly lived there from 1891 until moving to Alameda, California, several years later. Her memories of a decade in Ogden, written for the parish many years later, provides one The Pioneer Bishop 23 of the few narratives of early Utah Episcopal Church life from a perspective outside of Salt Lake City. ✻ ✻ ✻ Tuttle came north to Logan, a frontier town of 2000 inhabitants.
In 1876 the church purchased two lots at the corner of Center Street and 300 West, and in 1888 a frame building was constructed and called St. John’s House. Stoy was supported by a lay person, Joseph Richardson, a New York entrepreneur who had come west to invest in railroads and who built the railroad from Ogden to Soda Springs at the request of Brigham Young. Stoy stayed ﬁve years at St. John’s, after which Logan had difﬁculty attracting a permanent clergy person until 1906 with the arrival of a remarkable pair of clergy, Paul Jones and Donald K.