Clark County, Ohio

History and Genealogy



Springfield in 1863

From Directory of the City of Springfield
John W. Kees & Co., Springfield. 1863


CHURCH DIRECTORY

Presbyterian.

First Presbyterian Church, (O. S.) north side Main between Market and Centre; Rev. Sylvester Scovel, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning and evening.

Second Presbyterian Church, (O.S.) east side Limestone between Main and High; Rev. — Bower, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning and evening, and Wednesday and Friday evenings.

First United Presbyterian Church, east side Limestone between High and Washington; Dr. Joseph Clokey, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning and evening and Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening.



Baptist

First Baptist Church, north-east corner Limetone and High; Rev. Samuel Williams, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning at 10 o'clock, and Prayer Meetings every Wednesday evening.



Methodist Episcopal

Central Methodist Episcopal Church, north-west corner Centre and High; Rev. J. F.Conrey, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning and evening.

African Methodist Episcopal Church, east side Limestone between Buck Creek and North; Rev. — Hogans, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning and evening; Prayer Meeting every Thursday evening.

Methodist Protestant Church, south side High between Market and Centre; Rev. — Snowden, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning and evening.



Catholic

St. Raphael's Church, south side High between Spring and Gallagher; Rev. Morris Howard, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning and evening.



Episcopal

Christ's Church, south-west corner Limestone and High; Rev. Charles Mellvaine, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning at 10½ o'clock.



Lutheran

Zion's Church, (German Lutheran,) south side North between Limestone and Spring; Rev. Cyraecus Mayer, Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning.



Universalist

Universalist Church, north side Washington between Centre and Factory; Rev. — — Pastor. Services every Sabbath morning.



SOCIETIES



Masonic

Clarke Lodge No. 101, instituted —. Meets at Union Hall every second and fourth Tuesday of each month.

Springfield Chapter No. 48, instituted —. Meets at Union Hall third Monday of each month.

Springfield Council No. 17, instituted —. Meets at Union Hall second Monday of each month.



I. O. O. F.

Springfield Lodge No. 33, instituted 1844. Meets in Union Hall every Thursday evening.

Ephraim Lodge No. 146. Meets in Union Hall every Friday evening.

Mad River Camp No. —. Meets in Union Hall first and third Tuesdays of each month.



Temperance

Temple of Honor No. 32, meets every Monday evening in King's Building.

Venice Social Temple. Meets every Friday evening in King's Building.

Independent Order of Good Templars. Meets every Tuesday evening in King's Building.



Miscellaneous

Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, instituted 1858. Meets first Monday evening of each month at St. Raphael's Church.














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