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C.K. Nichol Memorial Hall, prior to renovations. 
Image  1965? 
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
During renovations: C.K. Nichol memorial hall, Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1965? 
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
Petitepoint of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville created for their 150th anniversary. 
Image  1983 
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ont. 
Image  1907? 
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: illuminated at night. 
Image  2009 
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
The Light of the World stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1966  Copy of Holman Hunt's Light of the World painting. Text of window description excerpted from, "The Stained glass windows in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ontario", 1982. To the Glory of God in Recognition of their devoted Christian Leadership, William Robert Adamson 1877-1929 and his wife...
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Solomon building the temple stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1975  "The upper panel displays an ancient dulcimer, and early bagpipe, to represent the Scottish heritage of the William Thomson family...the lower medallion shows both senior and junior choir members. Mr. Thomson and his daughter, Jayne, are members of the senior choir." Text excerpted from, "The...
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Good Shepherd stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1947  Dedicated 1947. "John Barclay, along with his father, Matthew, was a member of the faithful group that helped to found the congregation." Text excerpted from, "The Stained glass windows in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ontario", 1982. "To the Glory of God and in Memory of John Barclay...
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Home at Bethany stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville 
Image  1970  Text excerpted from, "The Stained glass windows in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ontario", 1982. To the Glory of God and In Loving Memory of May A. Nicoll, Beloved Wife of the Rev. C.K. Nicoll, M.M.D.D., 1970.
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Learn of me stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1963  Text of window description excerpted from, "The Stained glass windows in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ontario", 1982. "To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory of Lt. Col. The Rev. Charles K. Nicoll, M.M. D.D., Minister of This Church 1933-1961. Presented by the Congregation 1963."
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The Stained Glass Windows in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ontario. 
ImageText  1982  "All of the Knox windows have been created by Robert McCausland Ltd., a family firm that celebrated its 125th anniversary in 1981. The church's oldest window, the Woman at the Well, bears the inscription: Joseph McCausland, Toronto, 1890." Excerpts from this book together with photographs of the...
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The nativity stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1978  Mary Barclay Balmer was a faithful member of Knox church during her lifetime. She taught in the church school, and was active in women's groups. Her father, John Barclay, was one of the original elders of this congregation in 1846. A merchant, he was also a former mayor, reeve and councillor of...
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John Knox stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1947  "Dr. John Urquhart was a self educated man who settled in Oakville when the village, as a port of entry, was affected by a world-wide cholera outbreak. The Government built a hospital on the west side of the river, and he was placed in charge...After two year's experience among cholera victims at...
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St. Cecilia stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  189?  Second oldest memorial window in Knox. In memory of Stafford Marlatt's wife Mandana and his daughter Ina Clare. Ina died tragically at the age of 19 when horses bolted, throwing her from a buggy. "The Marlatt family was fond of music at a time when there was still some debate in the church in...
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Christ blessing the children stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1966  "Dedicated to the memory of Claude Kent, who was strongly involved in the church school as both a teacher and superintendent...He was a former director of the choir and at one time, the organist." "At the top of the window, under a gothic canopy is a replica of...Knox steeple." Text excerpted...
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Woman at well stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1890  "This is the oldest stained glass window [at Knox] and bears the inscription: Joseph McCausland, Toronto, 1890. The window is dedicated to the memory of Agnes Waldie Marlatt, who died two years earlier at the age of 26, a few months after laying the cornerstone for [Knox] in 1888. She was the...
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Last supper stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1920  Below the window is a plaque bearing the following inscription: "To the Glory of God and in memory of Cecil G. Marlatt 1854-1928, donor of this window, and a faithful servant of this church. This tablet is placed here by the congregation." Dedicated to the memory of the men in the congregation...
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Petitpoint picture of Knox Presbyterian Church. 
Image    Created for the sesquicentennial celebrations at Knox.
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
"In Honoured memory of the men of this congregation who gave their lives in the Great War, 1914-1919": plaque in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1919  "Alexander Burnett, James H. Dick, Alexander Erskine, Donald Gibson, Allan McGiffen, Stewart McKinnon, Hugh Gordon Munro, Stephen Pollard: their name liveth for evermore"
Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
"In honour of the men of this church who gave their lives in the second Great War, 1939-1945": plaque in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image    "William J. Archibald, Nathaniel Buchanan, Harry P. Farr, Gilbert C. Hooey, W. Edmund N. Keller, William J. Mackie, Robert H. Megson, G. Balfour N. Ramsay: their name liveth forever more"
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