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Our Lady of Grace, Dearborn Heights, Michigan

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Building Name: Webberville United Methodist Church

City: Webberville

Date of Window: 1924

Subject/Title of Window: Ornamental

Brief Description of Subject: Harold Harwig (1898-1926). Hazel Hartwig (1905-1921). Lewis and Sophronia Hartwig lived at 127 N. Main Street for many years. They occupied a home located at the site of Dr. Ted Karikomi’s Medical Clinic (now Webberville Animal Clinic). At one time they lived in a house on W. Grand River. Hazel Hartwig died as a result of appendicitis. We did not find the cause of Harold’s death, possibly pneumonia. Hazel died at the age of 16 and Harold at 28. Their youngest daughter Grace, has been a resident at the Ingham County Medical Care Facility on Dobie Road, Okemos, MI for many years. Mr. Hartwig operated the livestock sales in Webberville, which was located in the area north of the tracks. Livestock was shipped by rail to their destination. The window donated in memory of Harold and Hazel Hartwig is located at the head of the stairs as you enter the Bell Tower Room or Narthex.

Inscriptions: Harold Hartwig 1898-1926
Hazel Hartwig 1905-1921

Condition of Window: Good

Height: 79”

Width: 39”

Type of Glass and Technique: Opalescent Glass


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