Possibly the 1884 Pilcher built for St. John's Episcopal in Decatur, IL. If so, it was probably replaced there c. 1892 when St. John's received a Roosevelt that was originally built for St. Clements Episcopal, Chicago, IL. St. Clements was disbanded about 1892, and the organ appears on later Roosevelt lists at St. John's. (Information from The Stopt Diapason, Vol. 6, No. 2, "A Pilcher Organ Discovered . . ." by Michael Friesen.)
Status Note: There 1996
2 Composition pedals. Formerly housed in the Governor Oglesby mansion on Elkhart Hill. Moved from storage there and given to this church by Susan Green, Oglesby's granddaughter. Installed by Rodney Degner in 1985-86.
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