“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Old First Church
Marker detail: First Meetinghouse <i>1645</i> image, Touch for more information
Marker detail: First Meetinghouse 1645
1Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — Old First ChurchFirst Church of Christ, CongregationalFounded in 1637
In the spring of 1636, a small band of early settlers from Roxbury, Massachusetts ventured up the Connecticut River to settle in Springfield, then known by its Indian name of Agawam. Together they executed an agreement which in part reads: "Wee . . . Map (db m158500) HM
2Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — Old First Church
Old First Church has been located in Court Square since the 17th century. It was the twentieth parish formed in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, and was gathered in 1637, the year after Springfield was founded. The first meetinghouse was erected just . . . Map (db m158499) HM
3Massachusetts (Hampden County), Springfield — The First Meeting House
Just East of Here Stood The First Meeting House Built in 1645 Past This Point Ran Meeting House Lane, Which Led to the First Training Field And Burying Ground on the Bank of The Greate River This Table Placed by MERCY WARREN CHAPTER, . . . Map (db m108120) HM
Apr. 19, 2021