STOCKDALE MILL

 

 

** WELCOME TO THE STOCKDALE MILL* *

* A working water-powered flour mill
* Established 1857
* Located on the Eel River at Roann, Indiana
* Operated by community volunteers




** Attention **

The Stockdale Mill is CLOSED
as of January 1, 2024 for necessary repairs
until further notice.

- - (watch this space) - -

You may assist us along with this project
by clicking on the DONATE button below.



 

Public Tours
Hours

 

[ when current construction if completed ]

Saturdays 12:00 - 4:00

{ for special group tours, call the number below }


PLEASE DONATE
How to Donate

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Mission Statement

Foundation Goals and Projects


In order to keep the
Stockdale Mill
open to the public for the
summer 2023

WE NEED YOUR HELP

assisting with tours on Saturdays.

Please email to
info@stockdemill.org
to see how you can help.

 


Our Stockdale Mill directors, restoration & maintenance & landscaping workers, tour guides, schedulers, website creators, publicity promoters, and all else are VOLUNTEERS who generously donate their time. We have no paid staff. We have no central office. Additionally, local businessmen & contractors help out from time to time by donating their services.

 

Volunteers are actively working on the building, dam & race, milling equipment, and property.
Also volunteers conduct tours, relate history, do historical research, and develop promotional materials
.

BE A VOLUNTEER !

Volunteer work days for restoration are most [ Tuesdays ] from April through October.

 


Founders:
Dwight & Susanne Fouts

Board of Directors:

Ron (President) & Jennifer McColley
Kathie (Secretary) Grandstaff
Pam (Treasurer) & Fred Musselman
Michael Chenault
David & Valerie Doud
Sue Dyson
Susanne Fouts
Joe & Anita Krom
Peggy Morris
David Van Buskirk

In memory of
Dwight Fouts
[ 1933-2021



Stockdale Mill Foundation, Inc. **** PO Box 154 , Roann , IN 46974 **** (260) 330-2774
The Stockdale Mill Foundation is regestered as a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization.

 


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CELEBRATING

167 YEARS

1857 -2024

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