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  • Andrew Robertson.
    Image       Andrew Robertson. Born in 1832 and died in 1898, he is remembered in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, through a communion service set that is now treasured as an historical artifact. The set was presented by his daughter Annie who presented it to Knox in 1907 in memory of her father. ...
    Image     Andrew Robertson. Born in 1832 and died in 1898, he is remembered in Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, through a communion service set that is now treasured as an historical artifact. ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • In memoriam to John Barclay, Esq. : Presbyterian Church, Oakville, February 1st, 1900.
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  • Robert Kerr Chisholm, 1819-1899.
    Image       Son of Oakville's founder, William Chisholm. He built the new customs house and adjoining residence that became known as Erchless. R.K. Chisholm, an elder at the church, and his nephew, are represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church.
    Image     Son of Oakville's founder, William Chisholm. He built the new customs house and adjoining residence that became known as Erchless. R.K. Chisholm, an elder at the church, and his nephew, ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Flora Matilda Chisholm
    Image       Wife of Robert Kerr Chisholm
    Image     Wife of Robert Kerr Chisholm
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  • Reverend Robert MacMillan, 1975.
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  • Reverend Robert MacMillan, 1975: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
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  • Susan Reid and Gary McBay Wedding.
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  • Reverend Robert MacMillan in front of Last supper memorial Window.
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  • Capt. Edward Anderson Morden and wife Mary Jane, 1940.
    Image       The Mordens are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church.
    Image     The Mordens are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • John Barclay, first known Clerk of Session and elder, 1844-1900: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
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  • David Duff, elder 1845-1853: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
    Image       Some services were held in his caibnet maker's shop.
    Image     Some services were held in his caibnet maker's shop.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Mr. and Mrs. John Muirhead Gallie.
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  • Maggie Gallie.
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  • Roderick McNeil.
    Image       The McNeils are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church.
    Image     The McNeils are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Catherine Ross McNeil (as a young woman).
    Image       Wife of Roderick McNeil.
    Image     Wife of Roderick McNeil.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • William MacKay.
    Image       The MacKays are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church. William MacKay and his wife Christina had a daughter named Jennet who married James Hewson, the father of Jean Hewson a member of Knox Church in 1979.
    Image     The MacKays are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church. William MacKay and his wife Christina had a ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • John MacKay.
    Image       The MacKays are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church. John MacKay and his wife had a son William MacKay, the father of Grace MacKay, a member of Knox in 1979. John MacKay led the fight against joining ...
    Image     The MacKays are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church. John MacKay and his wife had a son ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • William MacKay, son of John MacKay,
    Image       The MacKays are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church.
    Image     The MacKays are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory note signed 1887 for the building of the present church.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Mr. Coutts?
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  • Morden family.
    Image       Left to right: Captain Edward Morden, Lena Morden (Mrs. Ernest Taylor), Dolly Morden (Mrs. Charles Menielley), Captain William H. Morden and Captain George E. Morden (seated) - the children of Captain George Hardy Morden. Captain Edward Morden was the father of George Hardy Morden, an elder of Knox Church from ...
    Image     Left to right: Captain Edward Morden, Lena Morden (Mrs. Ernest Taylor), Dolly Morden (Mrs. Charles Menielley), Captain William H. Morden and Captain George E. Morden (seated) - the children of ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
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Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville