Springfield in 1868
From Springfield Directory for 1868-9, Williams & Co., 1868
High Steet M. E. Church—East side High between Spring and Foster. Rev. T. Collett, Pastor.
Central M.E. Church—Corner High and Centre streets. Rev. J. W. Cassett, Pastor.
African M. E. Church—North street between Limestone and Spring. Rev. Richard Hogens, Pastor.
African M. E. Church—West side Centre street south of Pleasant. Rev. Samuel Davidge, Pastor.
Metodist Protestant Church—Washington street between market and Centre. Rev. John Scott, D. D., Pastor
First Baptist Church—North-east corner High and Limestone streets.
Trinity Baptist Church—Worships in CentralHall. Rev. —— Baumes, Pastor.
African Baptist Church—Market street south of Pleasant. Rev. S. Williams, Pastor.
First Presbyterian Church—North-east corner Main and Fisher streets. Rev. A. T. Fullerton, Pastor.
Second Presbyterian Church—East side Llimestone street between Main and High.
United Presbyterian Church—East side Limestone street between High and Washington. Rev. Joseph Clokey, D. D., Pastor
First Congregational Church—Centre street between Main andHigh. Rev. A. H. Ross, Pastor.
Christ Church (Episcopal)—South-west corner High and Limestone streets. Rev.J. G. Ames, Pastor.
Universalist Church—Washington street between Factory and Centre. Rev. Asa Countryman, Pastor.
English Lutheran Church—Corner High and Factory streets. REv. J. B. Helwig, Pastor.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church (German)—Corner Plum and Columbia streets. Rev. L. H. Lorenz, Pastor.
St. Johns Evangelical Lutheran Church (German)—Corner Columbia and Fisher streets. REv. C. Stroud, Pastor.
St. Raphael's Catholic Church—South side of High street between Spring and Gallagher. Rev. J. N. Thisse, Pastor.
St. Bernard's German Catholic Church—Main street east of Foster. Rev. P. J. Weissenberger, Pastor.
Christian Tabernacle—No. 27 West High street.
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