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  • Barbara Gennrich, great granddaughter of James Nisbet with her children David and Kim, 1983.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Choir of 1914, Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
    Image       (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, Wallace Hand, Roy McGregor, Thomas ...
    Image     (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. ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Rev. James Nisbet: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
    Image       Born in 1823 in Glasgow, Scotland. Minister of the united congregations of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville and Sixteen Mile Creek, 1850-1862. In 1866, he led a party of pioneers that included his wife Mary (MacBeth) Nisbet, to the Prince Albert, Saskatchewan area to found a mission to bring Christianity to ...
    Image     Born in 1823 in Glasgow, Scotland. Minister of the united congregations of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville and Sixteen Mile Creek, 1850-1862. In 1866, he led a party of pioneers that ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Reverend James Nisbet, Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1850-1862.
    Image       Born in 1823 in Glasgow, Scotland. Minister of the united congregations of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville and Sixteen Mile Creek, 1850-1862. In 1866, he led a party of pioneers that included his wife Mary (MacBeth) Nisbet, to the Prince Albert, Saskatchewan area to found a mission to bring Christianity to ...
    Image     Born in 1823 in Glasgow, Scotland. Minister of the united congregations of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville and Sixteen Mile Creek, 1850-1862. In 1866, he led a party of pioneers that ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Reverend James Nisbet memorial.
    Imagemystery       In memory of the Rev. James Nisbet, the first foreign missionary of the Canada Presbyterian Church and the founder of Prince Albert, born at Hutchesontown, Glasgow, Scotland. Sept. 8th, 1823, arrived at Prince Albert, 1886. Died at Kildonan, Manitoba. Sept. 30th, 1874. This tablet erected by relations and friends in ...
    Imagemystery     In memory of the Rev. James Nisbet, the first foreign missionary of the Canada Presbyterian Church and the founder of Prince Albert, born at Hutchesontown, Glasgow, Scotland. Sept. 8th, 1823, ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
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James Nisbet Family