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William Frederick Faber’s (#272. . .1914, Montana) listed consecrators were


Daniel S. Tuttle
PB XIII (IV Missouri;
prev. Missionary Bp to Montana Territory, incl ID, MT, UT)
#84. . . 1867
Leigh R. Brewer
1st (diocesan) of Montana
(prev. 2nd Missionary)
#126. . .1880
William A. Leonard
IV Ohio
#151. . . 1889



Edward Fawcett’s (#216, 1904) listed consecrators were

Daniel S. Tuttle
PB XIII (IV MO; prev. 1st of Idaho)
#84. . . 1867
George F. Seymour
1st of Springfield
#121. . .1878
Charles C. Grafton
II Fond Du Lac
#150 . . 1889



Goodrich Robert Fenner’s (#401 . . . 1937, V Kansas) listed consecrators were

James Wise
IV Kansas
#284 . . 1916
William T. Capers
III West Texas (2nd diocesan)
#270 . . 1914
Irving P. Johnson
III Colorado
#286 . . .1917


Samuel David Ferguson’s (#139, 1885, Liberia) listed consecrators were

John Johns
IV Virginia
#39 . . .1842
William B. Stevens
IV Pennsylvania
#71 . . .1862
Abram Littlejohn
1st of Long Island
#91. . .1869


David Lincoln Ferris’ (#310 . . . 1920, Suffragan, then Coadjutor, then V Western New York; 1st of Rochester) listed consecrators were

Charles H. Brent
IV Western New York
(prev. 1st of Central Phillippines)
#202 . . 1901
Cortlandt Whitehead
II Pittsburgh
#128. . .1882
Arthur C. Hall
III Vermont
#173. . 1894

Ferris was elected in 1920 as Suffragan to Charles Henry Brent. Brent called for the election of a Coadjutor in 1924 when Brent was traveling much and the diocese was discussing again dividing into two. Ferris was elected. Brent died in 1927. In 1929 Bp Ferris called for a coadjutor to be elected, and convention agreed, as well as set in motion the creation of an eastern diocese, Rochester. When that division took place in 1931, Ferris’ option was to take on the new diocese, leaving Western New York to the coadjutor, Cameron Davis.

Kirkman George Finlay’s (#315 . . . 1921, 1st of Upper South Carolina) listed consecrators were

William A. Guerry
VIII South Carolina
#234. . .1907
Joseph B. Cheshire
V North Carolina
#172 . . .1893
Frederick F. Reese
IV Georgia
#238. . .1908


Charles Fiske’s (#281, 1915) listed consecrators were

Reginald Weller
III Fond Du Lac
#199. . 1900
Daniel S. Tuttle
PB XIII (IV MO; prev. 1st of Idaho)
#84. . . 1867
Charles T. Olmstead
II Central New York
#211 . . 1902


William Hopkins Folwell’s (#648, 1970, Central Florida*) listed consecrators were

Henry I. Louttit
1st of Central Florida
(prev., IV South Florida; Suffr.)
#455. . . 1945
James L. Duncan
1st of Southeast Florida
(prev., Suffr. South Florida)
#583 . . 1961
G. Paul Reeves
VII Georgia
#646 . . 1969

*In 1969, the Diocese of South Florida (originally constructed as the “Missionary District of Southern Florida”, after a period as a jurisdiction of New York) divided into three dioceses, none of which retaining the original name: Central Florida, Southeast Florida, Southwest Florida.


Norman Landon Foote’s (#548 . . 1957, 6th and last of the Missionary District of Idaho, 1st of Idaho) listed consecrators were



Henry
Knox Sherrill

PB XX (IX Massachusetts)
#372 . . . 1930
Frank A. Rhea

IX Idaho
#430. .1942
William W. Horstick

II Eau Claire
#449 . . 1943
Elected by the House of Bishops for the Missionary District, then in 1967 became the first bishop of the of the full-fledged Diocese of Idaho. There is no public record available to make a family connection between Bp Foote, and the Rev George Foote who assisted Bishop Tuttle in Utah in the 1860’s. But there were certainly quite a few Foote’s who came west with Bp Tuttle to the missionary district he was assigned to, including Idaho, Utah, Montana, etc., to make it more than coincidental if there was a connection.


Herbert Henry Heywood Fox’s (#312 . . . 1920, Suffragan, then III Montana (fourth from Tuttle)) listed consecrators were

Daniel S. Tuttle
PB XIII (IV Missouri; prev. 1st of Idaho)
#84. . . 1867
Robert A. Gibson
VI Virginia
#184 . . 1897
Frank A. McElwain
IV Minnesota (prev. suffragan)
#262 . . 1912


Joseph M. Francis’ (#192 . . 1899) listed consecrators were

William E. McLaren
III Chicago
#114. . .1875
George F. Seymour
1st of Springfield
#121. . .1878
Thomas F. Davies
III Minnesota
#152. . .1889


Thomas A. Fraser, Jr.’s (#572, 1960) listed consecrators were

Arthur Lichtenberger
PB XXI (VII MO)
#503 . . .1951
Frederick D. Goodwin
IX VA
#373 . . 1930
Richard H. Baker
VII NC
#502 . . 1951



George W. Freeman’s (#46, 1844, II Arkansas) listed consecrators were

Philander Chase
PB VI (1st of Illinois, prev. 1st of Ohio)
#18 . . 1819
Jackson Kemper
1st “Missionary Bishop”
(MO & IN Territories,
expanded in 1838 to WI & IA Terr.;
later, 1st of Wisconsin (Milwaukee));
#31 . . .1835
Leonidas Polk
1st of Louisiana (prev., 1st of Arkansas)
#33 . . . 1838


James E. Freeman’s (#330, 1923) listed consecrators were

Thomas F. Gailor
III Tennessee
#170. . .1893
William Lawrence
VII MA
#171. . . 1893
John G. Murray
VI Maryland (later PB XVI)
#243 . . .1909


Wesley Frensdorff’s (#677. . 1972, Nevada {Nav.,AZ}) listed consecrators were

John Hines
PB XXII (V Texas)
(#461 . . 1945)
Richard S. Watson
VII Utah
#505 . . . 1951
William G. Wright
VI Nevada
#566 . . 1960


William C. Frey’s (#627. . 1967, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Colorado) listed consecrators were

John Hines
PB XXII (V Texas)
(#461 . . 1945)
David E. Richards
1st of Central America
(prev. Suffr., Albany; later 1st Costa Rica;
1st Bp-in-Charge, Honduras)
#508 . . . 1951
Francisco Reus-Froylan
V Puerto Rico
#608 . . 1964



James Bowen Funsten’s (#191. . .1899, Idaho) listed consecrators were

Daniel S. Tuttle
IV Missouri (prev. Missionary Bp to Montana,
incl ID, MT, UT;
later, PB XIII)
#84. . . 1867
Ozi W. Whitaker
V PA
(prev. 1st Missionary to “NV & AZ”,
then NV)
(#94 . . . 1869)
Charles C. Penick
III Cape Palmas (Liberia)
#117. . . 1877

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