Plymouth Congregational Church and South Congregational Church
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"Plymouth Congregational Church, South Congregational Church, United Plymouth Congregational Church, 1852-1874." Chicago Genealogist vol. 24. no. 1 (Fall 1991):3-11. Call no. Local History Ref. F548.1 .C45 (2nd floor open shelf)
History and membership information for Plymouth and South Congregational Churches. Plymouth, founded in 1852, was originally located on the southeast corner of Dearborn and Madison. South Church was founded in 1853 and was first located on the northeast corner of Calumet and 26th. They united under the name United Plymouth Congregational Church in 1874 and the congregation moved to South Church's home at that time at Indiana and 26th.
This article and those listed below include births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths of members of both churches and information on where members lived before arriving in Chicago and where they went they left the city.
"Plymouth and South Congregational Church Members, part I, 1852-1863."Chicago Genealogist vol. 24. no. 2 (Winter 1991):39-53
"Plymouth and South Congregational Church Members, part II, 1864-1874."Chicago Genealogist vol. 25. no. 1 (Fall 1992):19-32
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