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  • Home of Cecil G. Marlatt, 43 Dunn Street, 1888.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: interior.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • 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
  • Mount Vernon
    Imagecomment       Mount Vernon, the residence of Matilda Chisholm and her family prior to it burning down
    Imagecomment     Mount Vernon, the residence of Matilda Chisholm and her family prior to it burning down
    Oakville Museum
  • Dr. Juliet Chisholm (located in the 1st row, third person from the left) and fellow staff members at the Children's Hospital (Toronto)
    Imagecomment       Juliet Chisholm and fellow staff members of the Children's Hospital (Toronto)
    Imagecomment     Juliet Chisholm and fellow staff members of the Children's Hospital (Toronto)
    Oakville Museum
  • Lakeview park, canons from World War One
    Imagecomment       Lakeview Park, with memorial canons from World War One; lighthouse is visible in the distance
    Imagecomment     Lakeview Park, with memorial canons from World War One; lighthouse is visible in the distance
    Oakville Museum
  • Amanda and Juliet
    Imagecomment       A baby Juliet Chisholm and a female identified as Amanda (it is unknown what her relation to the family was)
    Imagecomment     A baby Juliet Chisholm and a female identified as Amanda (it is unknown what her relation to the family was)
    Oakville Museum
  • Three HMCS OAKVILLE sailors on ship
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    Oakville Museum
  • "Guests of Toronto, Naval Heroes Visit Store"
    Imagecomment       Clipping of Stoker Petty Officer Powell and wife and Lieut. Hal Lawrence visit with President C.L. Burton of Robert Simpson Co.
    Imagecomment     Clipping of Stoker Petty Officer Powell and wife and Lieut. Hal Lawrence visit with President C.L. Burton of Robert Simpson Co.
    Oakville Museum
  • John W. Barnes
    Imagecomment       Served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion).
    Imagecomment     Served in the Royal Canadian Army (4th Battalion).
    Oakville Museum
  • Frank Herbert Chisholm, Sr.
    Imagecomment       Served during World War I.
    Imagecomment     Served during World War I.
    Oakville Museum
  • John Cramp
    Imagecomment       Enlisted with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry in Vancouver on August 1th, 1914, and went over with the first contingent. Cramp died of pneumonia at #14 General Hospital, England, on October 27, 1918. He had been engaged to marry Kate Leaver of Oakville.
    Imagecomment     Enlisted with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry in Vancouver on August 1th, 1914, and went over with the first contingent. Cramp died of pneumonia at #14 General Hospital, England, on ...
    Oakville Museum
  • Albert Dudley Hitchcox
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    Oakville Museum
  • George Carman Atkins
    Imagecomment       Leading Aircraftman (pilot) with #11 Service Flying Training School, Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Killed October 15, 1943, at the age of 19. George is buried in St. Jude's Cemetery, Oakville, Ontario. He is commemorated on the Oakville Trafalgar High School 1939-1945 Honour Roll.
    Imagecomment     Leading Aircraftman (pilot) with #11 Service Flying Training School, Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Killed October 15, 1943, at the age of 19. George is buried in St. Jude's Cemetery, Oakville, Ontario. He ...
    Oakville Museum
  • Peter Barnicke
    Imagecomment       Pilot Officer (air gunner) with #138 Squadron. Killed in action November 9, 1944, at the age of 19. Peter has no known grave; his name is inscribed on the Runnymede War Memorial, Englefield Green, Egham, Surrey, England. He is commemorated on the Oakville Trafalgar High School 1939-1945 Honour Roll.
    Imagecomment     Pilot Officer (air gunner) with #138 Squadron. Killed in action November 9, 1944, at the age of 19. Peter has no known grave; his name is inscribed on the Runnymede ...
    Oakville Museum
  • James H. Bedlington
    Imagecomment       Lieutenant Cpl. with #1 Provost Coy, Canadian Provost Corps. Killed April 30, 1943, at the age of 28. James is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England. He is commemorated on the Oakville Trafalgar High School 1939-1945 Honour Roll.
    Imagecomment     Lieutenant Cpl. with #1 Provost Coy, Canadian Provost Corps. Killed April 30, 1943, at the age of 28. James is buried in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England. He ...
    Oakville Museum
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