St. James Memorial Chapel (Howe, Indiana)

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St. James Memorial Chapel
St. James Memorial Chapel at Howe.jpg
St. James Memorial Chapel (Howe, Indiana) is located in Indiana
St. James Memorial Chapel (Howe, Indiana)
Location Howe Military School
Howe, Indiana
Coordinates 41°43′27.72″N 85°25′29.33″W / 41.7243667°N 85.4248139°W / 41.7243667; -85.4248139Coordinates: 41°43′27.72″N 85°25′29.33″W / 41.7243667°N 85.4248139°W / 41.7243667; -85.4248139
Built 1902
Architect John Sutcliffe
Architectural style Tudor Revival
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 01000989[1]
Added to NRHP September 16, 2001

St. James Memorial Chapel is a historic building that was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on September 16, 2001. It is located on the grounds of Howe Military School, in Howe, Indiana.

St. Mark's Episcopal Church[edit]

St. Mark's Episcopal Church worships in the chapel. The Rev. David Yaw is its rector.

Chapel crypt burials[edit]

Buried in the chapel's crypt are the founders of Howe Military School, John Badlam Howe, (1812–1883) and Frances Marie (Glidden) Howe, his wife. Also buried there are the first four bishops of the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Indiana and the wives of three of them, as follows:

  • 1. John Hazen White (1849–1925), first bishop, (and also the fourth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indiana and his wife, Louise (Holbrook) White (1858–1928);
  • 2. Campbell Gray (1879–1944), second bishop, and his wife, Virginia (Morgan) Gray (1886–1978);
  • 3. Reginald Mallett (1893–1965), third bishop, and his wife, Lucy Atkinson Murchison Mallett (1898–1959); and
  • 4. Walter Conrad Klein, fourth bishop (1904–1980).[2]

Other Local Places on the National Register[edit]

Other sites in Howe on the National register are:

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