Springfield in 1852
From Directory of the City of Springfield
John W. Kees & Co., Springfield. 1852
BUSINESS AND ADVERTISING DIRECTORY
res. - residence.
E. - east.
N. - north.
S. - south.
W. - west
bd., bds - board, boards.
cor. - corner.
bet. - between.
st., sts. - street, streets.
s. - side
|Those designated by a * are colored persons.|
Painter, George livery, bds with John McLure
Patterson, David waiter at Anthony House
Paige, Mrs. Sarah, res Spring Hill
Paige, Benjamin saddler, bds with Sarah Paige
Paul, Chauncy drayman, res S W cor columbia st and Locust Ave.
Poppet, Wandlen laborer, res Main st bet Foster and Penn S s
Parish, C. S. lawyer, bds with Mrs. Sarah Foos
Paoli, J. C. physician, bds with l. Magnusson.
Parks, Dr. Wm. druggist, res and store Main st bet Spring and Limestone S s
Paden, James proprietor of the Western Hotel Main st
Palmer, Thomas laborer, res Main st bet Plum and Race
Parker, E. L. teacher, bds with J. F. Spencer
Pace, Thomas mason, res Railroad bet Factory and Mechanic sts N s
Parsons, Samuel res S E cor High and Factory sts
* Payne, Madison laborer, res W of O. Clark's
Patton, John carpenter, res Hill st bet Two Pole Alley &. Clifton st W s
Paublin, John farmer, res Two Pole st S end W s
Parsons, C. L. tailor, bds with C. Lawrence
Parsons, Israel cartman, res High st bet Market and Center S s
Peet, J. W. clerk, Main st N s Leffel's building.
Peters, Isaac steward of Wittenberg College
Peters, G. N. H. minister of hte gospel, bds with I. Peters
Petticrew, David wagon maker, residence and shop N W cor of Main and Factory sts
Petticrew, John L. wagon maker, res Factory st bet Main and Columbia W s
Pearce, H. B. cabinet maker, res S E cor of Columbia and Walnut Alley
Pearson, James laborer, res Columbia st bet Market and Limestone N s
Peters, J. G. liquor dealer, bds at Anthony House
Pepper, Alfred miller, res N end of Spring st W s
Pearson, Wm. laborer, bds with F. Bonsall
Peck, John tobacconist, bds at United States Hotel
Penkins, Levi drayman, res Main st bet Township Road & West Cross st S s
Pearce, J. L. manufacturer, res S E cor High st and Township Road
Peters, Joseph blacksmith, res Main st bet Mechanic and Yellow Spring S s
Peat, J. B. printer, res High st bet Yellow Spring and Plum S s
Peters, Alancin liquor dealer, res High st bet Hill and Cherry S s
Peters, John laborer, res High st bet Hill and Cherry S s
Peat, L. R. clerk, res High st bet Hill and Gallagher S s
Perkins, Horace carpenter, res Hill st bet Mill Run & Two Pole Alley W s
Pearce, Mrs. Eliza, res N E ocr High and Mecfhanic sts
Peck, David mason, res Center st bet Jefferson and Mulberry W s
Peck, B. W. mason res same
Peters, Mrs. Mary, res Rodgers st bet Cherry and Township Road
Phelps, Cyrus clerk, bds with E. G. Nugent
Philips, J. P. merchant tailor, res Washington st bet Market and Center S s
Phillips, Wm. railroad watchman, res Spring st bet Washington and Mill Run W s
Picket, Wm. foundryman, res N W cor Market and North
Piche, Detrick laborer, bds with P. Roth
Piper, Patrick teamster, res West Cross st bet Main and High W s
* Piles, Wm. barber, res High st bet Hill and Cherry S s
* Piles, Robert barber, res Spring st bet High and Washington W s
Pierong, Amos marble cutter, res Factory bet Main and High E s
Poorman, D. A. student of Wittenberg College
Powell, Wm. laborer, res Main st bet Limestone and Market S s
Powel, Samuel railroad man, res High st bet Mechanic & Yellow Springs S s
Pool, Horace hatter, res High st bet Center & Factory S s
Pool, William bds With H. Pool
Powers, Joseph carpenter, res Spring st bet Washington & Mill Run E s
Pratt, M. clerk, bds at Anthony House
Putman, Joseph teamster, bds with F. Putman
Pultz, Conrad foundryman, res North st bet Spring and Limestone N s
Parmerton, John clerk at American House
Putnum Rufus grocer, res Factory st bet Washington and railroad bridge
Quill, Simon laborer, res Gallagher st bet Washginton & Mill Run W s
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