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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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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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Home of Cecil G. Marlatt, 43 Dunn Street, 1888. 
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St. Cecilia Window. 
Image    The St. Cecilia stained glass window, one of the most visually striking in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, was installed by Stafford D. Marlatt in memory of his wife and daughter. Ina was killed at age 19, in 1890, when she was thrown from a buggy when a horse bolted. His wife, Mandana...
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Stafford Dean Marlatt, 1830-1908. 
Image    Stafford Marlatt was married to Mandana Elizabeth Triller and they had four children, Cecil Gustavus, Wilbur Triller, Delia and Ina. The St. Cecilia stained glass window, one of the most visually striking in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, was installed by Stafford in memory of his wife and...
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Oakville Fair 1901: Stafford D. Marlatt. 
Image  1901 
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Ferndale: home of Stafford D. Marlatt, 1897. 
Image  c1897  Located at 82 William St., Oakville.
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Wilbur Triller Marlatt, 1868?-1945. 
Image    Son of Stafford Dean Marlatt and brother of Cecil G. Marlatt. An elder from 1910-1945 at Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Wilbur was widely known for his involvement in the Ontario Motor League.
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Cecil G. Marlatt as a young man, 1854-1928. 
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Sarah "Birdie" Marlatt (as a young woman), 1863-1939. 
Image    Second wife of Cecil G. Marlatt.
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Cecil Gustavus Marlatt, 1854-1928. 
Image    Son of Stafford Dean Marlatt, Cecil G. Marlatt was an industrialist, civic leader and active yachting enthusiast. One of the most colourful members in the history of the congregation of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Cecil and his brother Wilbur Marlatt are both represented on the promissory...
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Sarah "Birdie" Marlatt, 1863-1939. 
Image    Second wife of Cecil G. Marlatt.
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Stafford Dean Marlatt, 1830-1908. 
Image    The St. Cecilia stained glass window was installed by Stafford Marlatt in memory of his wife and daughter.
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Last supper stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image    In 1920 the stained glass window of the Last Supper was installed in memory of men in the congregation who died in the First World War, including the son of the minister, Rev. James Munro's son Gordon. The window was dedicated by Cecil Marlatt. Text excerpted from, "The Stained glass windows in...
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Newsclipping: Hundreds assembled at Marlatt funeral: public service was held in Knox Presbyterian Church at Oakville, in 2 parts. 
Text  Jan. 1928  Knox Presbyterian church, Oakville was crowded to capacity and Colborne street lined for blocks with motor cars to-day when many hundreds gathered to pay their last tribute of respect to the late Cecil G. Marlatt. Following a brief service at the home, the remains were taken to Knox church and to...
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Marlatt Family