St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church (Lincoln, Neb.) [RG4208.AM]

NEBRASKA STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG4208.AM:  St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church (Lincoln, Neb.)



Records:  1926-1985

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Neb.:  Episcopal church

Size:  1 reel of microfilm and 1 oversized folder



HISTORICAL NOTE



St. Matthew’s Mission was organized in 1925 to aid Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in serving the growing area of south Lincoln. It has always occupied a church building at 24th and Sewell Streets. In January of 1934 it gained the status of an independent parish. In 1939 a parish house was dedicated, and in 1956 an educational building was constructed.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection of the records of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church of Lincoln, Nebraska, consists of eight volumes on one reel of microfilm and one oversized folder of architectural drawings. The first two volumes contain a record of communicants (members), baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and burials for the first decade of the church’s existence. In later years, each of these has been recorded in a separate volume.



DESCRIPTION



Reel 1

Volume




    1. Parish Register, 1926-1941

    1. Parish Register, 1942-1977

    1. Register of Communicants, 1960-1985

    1. Register of Baptisms, 1961-1985

    1. Register of confirmations, 1955-1985

    1. Register of Marriages, 1960-1977

    1. Register of Marriages, 1977-1985

    1. Register of Burials, 1977-1985



Architectural drawings (not available through interlibrary loan)



 



ADDED ENTRIES:



Episcopal Church in Nebraska

Lancaster County (Neb.) — Churches

Lincoln (Neb.) — Churches

St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church (Lincoln, Neb.)



 



Revised 05-29-2009   TMM

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