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Grace Episcopal Church

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1857; 1926 remodeled. 110 N. Church St.
  • (Photograph by D Hughes)
  • (Photograph by D Hughes)

This brick church has a plain facade with a projecting, gabled, central bay crowned by an entablature and a one-story gabled porch. A prominent square corner tower rises to a polygonal louvered belfry and bracketed cornice and is topped by a flared metal roof and finial. On the facade's opposite corner is a slender square tower. The interior of the centralaisle nave-plan church has been extensively remodeled. Several of the stained glass windows are by Tiffany and Company. The churchyard's cemetery is a repository of decorative tombstones memorializing local notables.

Writing Credits

Anne Carter Lee

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