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Building Name: First United Methodist Church

City: Grand Ledge

Window Shape: 3 (arched)

Date of Window: 1912

Subject/Title of Window: Huddleston Window

Brief Description of Subject: From the booklet, "First United Methodist Church, Grand Ledge, Michigan. Walking Tour Guide of the Stained Glass Windows," by C. Bernard Johnson (1994).
The fourth window was for Isabella Nixon Huddleston, who resided on Scott Street. She was born in 1834 at LondonTownship, Ontario, Canada, and moved to Delta Township in 1840. Isabella joined the church in 1882. Her husband Samuel Huddleston was a carpenter and built many homes and buildings in the area. The first bridge over the Grand River in Grand Ledge, was built under his supervision. Samuel did much of the construction on the bridge himself.

Inscriptions: Isabella Huddleston

Condition of Window: Fair

Height: 3'3"

Width: 1'2"

Type of Glass and Technique: Opalescent Glass, Lead Came

Huddleston Window
Huddleston Window

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