Community History – Covington

Community History - Covington

Covington Facts:

Incorporated: 1815
Population: 40,640 (2010 Census), 40,961 (2020 Census)

Map 1877
Covington Biographies

Burns Manuscript 1865

Project Participants: St. Elizabeth Medical Center

Covington Neighborhoods:
Devou Park
West Covington
West End

See neighborhoods for maps and history overviews

Churches and Schools
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption
Central Christian Church
Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky/ Covington Protestant Children’s Home
Covington Catholic High School
Covington High School
Covington Latin School
Epworth United Methodist Church (Union M.E. Church)
Fifth District Elementary School
First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church – Eastside
First Christian Church
First District School
First English Lutheran
First Presbyterian
Fourth Street Christian Church
Grace United Church of Christ (Grace Reformed Church)
Holmes Junior and Senior High School
Holy Cross Church and Schools
Ida Spence Methodist United Church
Immanuel Baptist Church (Third Baptist Church)
Immanuel Methodist Church
John G. Carlisle School
Lane Chapel C.M.E.
Latonia Baptist Church
Latonia Christian Church
Lewisburg Neighborhood Association
Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church
Madison Avenue Baptist Church
Madison Avenue Christian Church
Madison Avenue Presbyterian (Second Presbyterian Church)
Main Street Methodist
Mother of God Church (Mutter Gottes Kirche)
Ninth Street Baptist
Notre Dame Academy
Other Churches
Saint Aloysius Church and School
Saint Ann Church and School
Saint Augustine Church and School
Saint Benedict Church and School
Saint James African Methodist Episcopal Church
Saint John Catholic Church and School
Saint John Congregational Church (St. John German Evangelical Protestant)
Saint John Episcopal
Community History – Saint Joseph Church and School
Saint Joseph High School Graduates 1892-1924 and 1926
Saint Luke Methodist Church
Saint Patrick Church and School
Saint Paul United Church of Christ (St. Paul German Evangelical)
Saint Walburg Convent and Academy (Sisters of St. Benedict)
Scott Street M.E. South (First M.E. Church South)
Second District School
Seventh District Elementary School
Seventh Street Colored School
Shinkle Methodist Church
Sixth District School
Southside Baptist
St. Mark United Church of Christ (Evangelical)
Temple Israel
The Bethany Lutheran Church
Third District School
Thomas Edison Elementary (Fourth District School)
Trinity Episcopal
West Covington Public School
Western Baptist Theological Institute

1937 Flood Letter from Covington Resident
Annexation to Covington
Covington Centennial
Keefer Flourmill Fire 1885
Rich & Cooke Feed Store Fire 1885
World War I
World War II

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