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Ingle Street Methodist Episcopal Church

Ingle Street ME Church


Ingle Street ME Church

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714 Ingle St
Evansville, IN

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1874 Church is built
1905 Moves to new location and renamed Central Methodist
old building razed soon after


Northwest side of Ingle St between 7th St and 8th St
District: Downtown
Latitude: 37.977264
Longitude: -87.570112
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Style: Gothic



ingle st me church Ingle St ME Church was organized in 1849/1850/1851 as a mission of Locust St Church, now Trinity Methodist.

A suitable building on ingle between 7th and 8th was erected c 1874.

The church served the parish well until after a half century it outgrew the building. It moved to the new location on Mary St and Franklin St and was renamed Central Methodist. 133 Ingle St. ME Church Methodist 714 - 716 Ingle Street 1903 - 1905 Ingle 132 Ingle St. ME Church Methodist Ingle ST between 7th and 8th Streets 1858 - 1902 Ingle

Sold to Rechtin Lumber and torn down c1905 for new building

See also Churches / Religion Downtown district

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