This Italianate home in Flint was built in 1872 by Civil War Colonel Thomas Baylis Whitmarsh Stockton and overlooks a natural spring that the Stockton’s nicknamed, ‘Spring Grove’. While he lived in this house, Stockton worked as a commission merchant dealing in lime, plaster, coal, and stucco. In 1921 the Sisters of St. Joseph acquired the house and established a hospital, enlarging the building several times to accommodate the growing medical needs. The house served as a hospital until 1936. Today the house is used as a museum and currently undergoing restoration.
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