Clark County, Ohio

History and Genealogy

Springfield in 1868

From Springfield Directory for 1868-9, Williams & Co., 1868

av stands for avenue
b between
bds. boards
c or cor corner
com commission.
confec confectioner.
dray drayman
e east
h. house.
manuf manufactory or manufacturer
mer stands for merchant
n. north.
nr near
opp. opposite
R. R. railroad
prop'r. proprietor
res residence
s. south or side
tp township
w. west
wks works

McBreen, Owen, clerk Horr & Bacon's, h 104 E. Washington

McBreen Thomas, laborer, h s s Bridge b Spring and Gallagher

McCafry John, h n w c Market and Washington

McCann Geo. W. painter, 51 S. Market, h 18 S. Limestone

McCarty W. D. silver plater, 8½ E. High, h e s Yellow Spring b Main and High

McCarty Wm. laborer, wks C. Thompson's

McCauley Thoms. laborer, h n s Rodgers east of Cherry

McCleary S. D. carriage maker, h 16 S. Yellow Spring

McColm Matilda, widow, h e s Taylor b Harrison and Clifton

McConnell Frank, miller, h 19 Gallagher

McCord Elias, stone mason, h 152 Clifton

McCord J. C. h 17 N. Mechanic

McCord Ogden, clerk, h e s Gallagher b High and Washington

McCORD S. M., Attorney at Law, Notary Public and General insurance Agent, Office, n w c Main and Limestone; h n e c Market and Columbia

McCormack Ellen, widow, h east end of Mill Run

McCormack Martin, shoe maker, wks 102 E. Main

McCoy Aaron, marble cutter, bds 104 S. Centre

McCoy Geo. harness maker, wks S. T. Irvine's

McCoy Harriet, widow, h w s Limestone north of Buck Creek

McCoy Samuel, h 229 W. main

McCracken W. A. (hook, Thomas & Co.) h s e c High and Limestone

McCREIGHT I. C., Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Trimmings, Notions, &c., 15 E. Main; bds National Hotel

McCuddy Timothy, saloon, 97 E. main

McCuddy Wm. (Cavileer & McC.) h 56 E. Mulberry

McCue Michael, laborer, h n s Rodgers east of cherry

McCurdy Daniel, laborer, bds James Dory's

McDana James, laborer, h 20 N. Spring

McDermot Patrick, laborer, h e s Taylor b Clifton and Harrison

McDermot Susan, widow, h e s Taylor b Harrison and Clifton

McDermott Catherine, widow, h 14 S. Factory

McDermott John, groceries, &c., 265 E. main

McDermott John, laborer, h 306 e. Main

McDonald James, tanner, wks 116 E. Main

McDonald Michael, laborer, h e s Sycamore b Main and Columbia

McDonald Patrick, laborer, h w s Gallagher b Pleasant and Clifton

McDougal Chas. varnisher, wks Foos & Mullikin's

McGaffey John, (McG. & Wallace) h Clifton Av. b Clifton and Patton

McGaffey & Wallace, (John McG. & Edward S. W.) attorneys, n e c Main and Limestone

McGarr John, blacksmith shop, 23 N. Fisher, h Centre nr Mulberry

McGARRY J. R., United States Assistant Assessor of Internal Revenue, Office, s w c Main and Market; h 171 S. Spring

McGee ——, wks Voorhees & Arthur's

McGee Jesse, laborer, h e s Cherry south of Harrison

McGee John, laborer, h 441 W. Main

McGee Patrick, servant, 364 e. High

McGookin Wm. teacher, h 25 S. Mechanic

McGowan Joseph, blacksmith shop, 200 E. Main, h 196 E. Main

McGowan Samuel, laborer, bds Henry Thomas'

McGree John, tailor, wks 35 E. Main

McGree Patrick, laborer, h 14 S. Spring

McGrew Samuel F. teller, Mad River National Bank

McGrew Thomas F. cashier Mad river National Bank, 16 e. main, h 17 Clifton

McGuire Eliza, widow, h s s L. M. & C. & X. R. R. opp Mill Run

McGuire J. laborer, h 257 S. market

McIntosh mary, teacher, Springfield Female Seminary

McIntyre Oliver, house mover, h n s Buck Creek east of Limestone

McIntyre Samuel C. house mover, h s s Mill Race east of Limestone and north of Buck Creek

McIntyre Wm T. house mover, h s s Mill Race east of Limestone and north of Buck Creek

McKee Thos. (Champion Machine Co.) h 180 S. Limestone

McKinney T. pattern maker, bds 96 Main

McKnight Samuel, laborer, h Shaffer above Main

McLain Thomas, laborer, h 227 E. Collumbia

McLaren Susan, widow, h 97 W. Washington

McLaughlin Thomas, laborer, bds 138 S. Spring

McLean Barney, laborer, h 167 E. Columbia

McLean David C. packer, h 55 W. North

McLean Geo. W. huckster, h Light b Main and High

McLean James, student, bds John H. rodgers'

McLeary S. L. clerk 51 E. Main, h 16 S. Yellow Spring

McLellan Abram, brick layer, bds 38½ E. Main

McLellan Bridget, servant, 242 N. Limestone

McLellan Kate, servant, 242 N. Limestone

McMeen Mrs. Wm. widow, h 15 S. Centre

McMillan Samuel, machinist, h 104 S. Centre

McMillan Sarah, servant, 22 W. Mulberry

McNanny P. laborer, wks Foos & Mullikin's

McNulty Mary, widow, h 101 N. Market

McPherson Samuel, insurance agent, h 12 w. High

McQuade Martin, laborer, h n w c Spring and North


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