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  • Captain George Hardy Morden.
    Imagecomment       The Mordens are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church. Captain George Hardy Morden was the founder of the Morden Line of steam ships that transported lumber on the Great Lakes.
    Imagecomment     The Mordens are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church. Captain George Hardy Morden was the founder of ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Mrs. James (Jessie) Munro.
    Imagecomment       Wife of Reverend James Munro. First woman to graduate from the University of Manitoba.
    Imagecomment     Wife of Reverend James Munro. First woman to graduate from the University of Manitoba.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Reverend R. Campbell Taylor and ...
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  • Serving communion, Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
    Imagecomment       Middle row: Mr. Redshaw, Alan and Lorraine, Mrs. Don Carman (Irene), Andrea Carman.
    Imagecomment     Middle row: Mr. Redshaw, Alan and Lorraine, Mrs. Don Carman (Irene), Andrea Carman.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Potter's Folly.
    Imagecomment       This is a photo of a home at 271 Trafalgar Road that for more than 50 years was the manse for the minister of Knox Presbyterian Church. In 1927 it was purchased by the family of Walter Adamson who later became the Clerk of Session for Knox. Mr. Adamson was ...
    Imagecomment     This is a photo of a home at 271 Trafalgar Road that for more than 50 years was the manse for the minister of Knox Presbyterian Church. In 1927 it ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Home of Cecil G. Marlatt, 43 Dunn Street, 1888.
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  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: interior.
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  • Mary Nisbet, wife of James Nisbet: first foreign missionary of the Canada Presbyterian Church and the founder of Prince Albert.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
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Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville