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cond. A bronze tablet on the west wall to the memory of Mrs. Gorham Brooks, inscribed: Zzz Third. A stained glass window on the northerly side of the church, erected by Mr. and Mrs. James T. Adams as a memorial to their daughter, Mrs. Helen Adams Elliott. The subjects, Faith and Hope, are represented by two female figures; that in the left section bearing a large cross, that on the right, an anchor and an open book. The draperies of the figures are of a deep and rich green and red. In the top panel is an angel with an open book, on which is recorded the words: She Hath Done What She Could. On scroll at the top. To the Glory of God and in memory of. Inscription at the base; Helen Adams Elliott. Died May 29, 1879. Aged 39 years. Erected by her parents. Right precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints. Fourth. A window on the south side to the memory of Mrs. Ellen Shepherd Brooks, Mrs. Brooks was the daughter of R. D. Shepherd, of Virginia. She wa