Second Presbyterian Church

Second Presbyterian Church (HM1721)

Location: Memphis, TN 38117 Shelby County
Country: United States of America

N 35° 7.418', W 89° 55.568'

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This church was founded on Dec. 28, 1844, on Front St. near Gayoso. It has since become the parent of ten daughter churches. It erected its first owned building in 1849 at Main and Beale. During the Civil War, Federal troops occupied that building. President Lincoln wrote an order for them to "get out and leave it and its owners alone."
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In 1893 this church dedicated a new building at Hernando and Pontotoc Streets. Architects were F. Kees and E.C. Jones. In 1849 the church began its worship at this present site. The Philadelphia architectural firm of Harold Wagoner designed the first buildings.
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HM NumberHM1721
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Year Placed1990
Placed ByShelby County Historical Commission and Second Presbyterian Church
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Saturday, October 25th, 2014 at 11:41pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16S E 233348 N 3890673
Decimal Degrees35.12363333, -89.92613333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 35° 7.418', W 89° 55.568'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds35° 7' 25.08" N, 89° 55' 34.08" W
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Area Code(s)901
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 4065-4091 Poplar Ave, Memphis TN 38117, US
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