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St. Cecilia stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.


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Image
Item Type:
Photographs
Description:
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 Canada over the use in church services of musical instruments, regarded by some conservative Presbyterians as instruments of the devil."

Text excerpted from, "The Stained glass windows in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ontario", 1982.
Inscriptions:
"Mandana Elizabeth Wife of Stafford D. Marlatt, died April 1st 1893, aged 60 years And Their Daughter, Ina Clare Died July 28th, 1890, aged 19 years six months."
Date of Original:
189?
Subject(s):
Local identifier:
KNOXOAKSG10
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.4473682625124 Longitude: -79.6665048808289
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Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
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Agency street/mail address

89 Dunn Street, Oakville ON L6J 3C8

Phone: 905-844-3472

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St. Cecilia stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.


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 Canada over the use in church services of musical instruments, regarded by some conservative Presbyterians as instruments of the devil."

Text excerpted from, "The Stained glass windows in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, Ontario", 1982.