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Year:  1914  Geographic Location:  Oakville   Sort by:  Relevance
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Reverend James Edward Munro: Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1909-1925. 
Image    Left in 1925 in the year of the formation of the United Church of Canada, a union of Congregational, Methodist and Presbyterian churches. Members who favoured union, moved to the Methodist church now St. John's United Church, Oakville.
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Choir of 1914, Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville. 
Image  1914  (Relationships refer to people in the congregation in 1983 and historical associations) BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Young (uncle of Mrs. C. Hitchcox), Ellsworth Morden, Mrs. Morden, Mrs. S.E. Bacon (daughter of the Rev. James Nisbet, first minister of the congregation), Miss Lillian McDougall,...
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Mrs. James (Jessie) Munro. 
ImageComments:    Wife of Reverend James Munro. First woman to graduate from the University of Manitoba.
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Newsclipping: Passing of John MacDonald. 
Text  c1914  "He came to Canada in 1870 and engaged in the cattle and butcher business... He was for many years a prominent figure in the business life of Oakville, and for a number of years served as town Councillor and Reeve. The deceased was a member of the Board of Managers of the Presbyterian church and...
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Survivor of H.M.S. Aboukir Christmas Letter Dec. 14, 1914 from E. Dimmer Gunner 268th Battery to Friends in Oakville 
NewspapersText  "Survivor of H.M.S. Aboukir Christmas Letter Dec. 14, 1914 from E. Dimmer Gunner 268th Battery to Friends in Oakville," Oakville Star & Independent (Oakville, ON), 25 Dec 1914 
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