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

Pacific & Atlantic Telegraph Co's Office, n w c Main and Limestone

Padgett D. W. machinist, wks Foos & Mullikins

Page Wm. laborer, h s w c Spring and Washington

Pagett Washington, machinist, h 225 W. main

Paiffer Adam, tailor, h 141 W. North

Painter L. L. carpenter, h n w c Gillett's Av. and Vine

Painter Lewis, machinist, wks Voorhees & Arthur's

Palmer James, h 233 E. Columbia

Palmer Wm. cartman, h s s Columbia b Spring and Water

Pangle J. E. carpenter, h 135 S. Spring

Paris John, blacksmith, bds 42 W. Main

Parker Preston, (Edmondson & P.) h east end of High

Parker Richard, molder, h s s Clifton b Pearl and Scott

Parks Wm. laborer, h 180 E. Columbia

Parson Z. janitor Court House, h s e c High and Centre

Parsons Chas. E. telegraph operator, bds 47 W. High

Parsons Geo. at American Lead Paint Co.

Parsons Geo. W. laborer, h 81 w. High

Parsons Israel, deputy sheriff, h 45 W. High

PARSONS JOHN W., Manager Western Union Telegraph Co., Office, s e c Main and Limestone; h 47 W. High

Parsons Maria, widow, h 88 w. Pleasant

Parsons Samuel, h s e c High and Centre

Patrick ——, hostler, American House

Patterson Abraham, fruits, h n e c Centre and Pleasant

Patterson C. C. carpenter, h 114 Centre, cor Jefferson

Patterson David, barber, bds Thos. H. Richardson's

Patterson Wm. machinist, h 228 W. High

Patton Austin H. machinist, h 72 N. Market

Patton Miss Belle, matron, Springfield Female Seminary

Patton Jennie, bds 73 S. Market

Paul O. J. painter, h w s Mechanicsburg Pike b Main and Columbia

Paull A. B. machinist, bds 104 S. Centre

Payne Harriet, servant, 130 S. Factory

Payton John, dyer, h Dayton Pike nr Main

Pearce Rufus, machinist, wks James Leffel Co's

Pearson Margaret, h s w c Mulberry and Spring

Pease Mrs. C. M. widow, h 93 W. Main

Peck Baker, bds s w c Mulberry and Market

Peel ——, carriage trimmer, bds 42 W. Main

Peet J. W. (T. B. Peet & Co.) h 24 S. Mechanic

Peet T. B. & Co. (T. b. P., J. W. Peet & H. Raymond) stoves and tin ware, 28 S. Market

Pence Isaac N. merchant tailor, 12 N. Market

Penfield F. S. book-keeper Republic Printing Co., res. Selma Pike

Peppers Margaret, widow, h 63 N. Plum

Perkins Horace, carpenter, h 151 Linden Ave.

Perkins Levi, drayman, h 246 S. Limestone

Perkins James, porter, 10 E. Main

Perrin Chas. carpenter, bds 38½ E. Main

Perrin John, peddler, bds 38½ E. Main

Pete Ruth, widow, h 24 S. Mechanic

Peter Geo. tailor, h n w c Race and North

Peters Augustus, laborer, h n s Rodgers east of Cherry

Peters Dennis, stone mason, h 285 E. Columbia

Peters Henry, laborer, h 149 E. Columbia

Peters John, molder, h 122 N. Limestone

Peters Philip, laborer, h west end of Main

Peters Mrs. S. dress and cloak maker, 32½ S. Market, h west end of Main

Peterson Geo. turner, wks 224 W. main

Peterson Geo. potter, bds American House

Pettit Gracie, widow, h 20 S. Spring

Pettit John, drayman, h 20 S. Spring

Petticrew Albert E. laborer, bds 67 S. Yellow Spring

Petticrew J. L. (Runyon & P.) h 67 S. Yellow Spring

Petts Mrs. E. H. widow, bds 153 S. Facotry

Petts John, physician, h 229 W. Main

Petts Q. A. editor, Republic Printing Co., h 229 W. High

Pfeiffer Adam, tailor, h 141 W. North

Pfeiffer Michael, shoe maker, h 322 W. Columbia

Pfifer Mary, milliner, h 322 W. Columbia

Pfifer Nicholas, laborer, h Light b Main and High

PHELPS C. A., Cashier First National bank, Office, 15 S. Limestone

Phelps G. W. turner, h n e c Mulberry and Factory

Phelps Sarah, widow, h n s Buck Creek west of Market

Phillips ——, h n s Clark b Centre and Factory

Phillips & Co. (Jason P. P. & J. L. Fickus) merchant tailors, 39 e. Main

Philips D. dentist, 5½ S. Market

Phillips Geo. M. engineer, Depot City Mills

PHILLIPS HARRY, Agent Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, Office, Phœnix Block; h 179 Linden Av.

Phillips J. Howard, (Champane & P.) h 84 W. Pleasant

Phillips Jason P. (P. & Co.) h 32 W. Pleasant

Phillips Jason W., merchant tailor, 35 E. Main, h 243 S. Centre

Phillips Jonas, turner, h 139 W. Columbia

PHILLIPS LOUIS, Proprietor Springfield Mercantile College, 21½ S. Market; bds National Hotel

Phillips Monroe, engineer, h 195 E. High


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