Erected of sandstone quarried in Stratton Hollow, this Tudor-Gothic structure is clad with quarry-faced blocks laid in random rubble. A handsome Tudor-arched stained glass window centers the gabled facade, while the door is located in the base of the battlemented tower. The church was named for a member of a prominent local family, and, according to a history of Logan, an Italian stonemason designed it.
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Nighbert United Methodist Church
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