San Francisco Directory

for the year commencing March, 1872

CHURCHES.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Russian Church.

Place of worship, 911 Jackson street. Rev. Paul Kedrolivansky, Arch Priest, residence, 304 Green Street. Rev. Nicholas Kovrigin, Pastor; residence 2216 Mason Street.

A society was incorporated under the title of the Greek Russian Slavonian Orthodox Eastern Church on the second of September, 1867, the objects of which are "to have a church wherein will be held on Sundays and other holidays religious services according to the ritual of the orthodox Eastern Church, to care for its sick members and bury its dead."

Officers.– S. Martinovich, President; B. Radovich, Secretary. [Page 882]

SOCIETIES.

Benevolent.

GREEK RUSSIAN SLAVONIAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.– Organized September 2d, 1867. Meetings held first Monday of each month, NE cor of Post and Jones streets. Number of members, thirty.

The objects of the society are to have a church wherein will be held on Sundays and other holidays religious services according to the ritual of the Orthodox Eastern Church, and to care of its sick members and bury its dead.

Officers.– Samuel Martinovich, President; Luka Zenovich, Vice-President; Samuel Martinovich, Treasurer; E. Radovich, Secretary. [Page 888]

SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS DIRECTORY.

Clergymen.

Kovrigin, Nicholas, Rev., pastor Russian Church, 911 Jackson.

Kedrolivansky Paul, Rev., Arch-priest Russian Church, 911 Jackson. [Page 57]

Honcharenko, Agapius, publisher Alaska Herald, office 611 Clay, dwl 1902 Dupont. [Page 331]

Kedrolivansky Paul, Rev., archbishop Russo-Greek Church, dwl 911 Jackson. [Page 362]

Kovrigin, Nicholas, Rev., pastor Greek-Russo Church, dwl 2216 Mason. [Page 380]