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  • Rev. Dr. MacMillan tea, Nov. 1975
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Mrs. Anne Brodie, 100 years old, Aug. 4, 1978.
    Image       Also in picture, Mayor Harry Barrett and his wife Jackie, members of Knox Church and Mr. James Snow, MPP Halton.
    Image     Also in picture, Mayor Harry Barrett and his wife Jackie, members of Knox Church and Mr. James Snow, MPP Halton.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • People leaving church, Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
    Image       Dr. MacMillan and Shelly Forrester, Erwin Biener at back.
    Image     Dr. MacMillan and Shelly Forrester, Erwin Biener at back.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Agatha Platiel with daughter Vicki, 1978.
    Image       The motorcycle was displayed in the Knox church parlour to help publicize a C.G.I.T. (Canadian Girls in Training) project to raise money for the Presbyterian Board of World Mission's "Ministers on Wheels" program to buy motorcycles which would enable ministers in Africa to reach their scattered congreagations.
    Image     The motorcycle was displayed in the Knox church parlour to help publicize a C.G.I.T. (Canadian Girls in Training) project to raise money for the Presbyterian Board of World Mission's "Ministers ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • People entering the church, Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville.
    Image       Back row: Mac McKillop, Colin Anderson, Ron Young. Next row: Peter Marlatt?
    Image     Back row: Mac McKillop, Colin Anderson, Ron Young. Next row: Peter Marlatt?
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • King Picnic Pavillion
    Image  Georgetown Herald (Georgetown, ON), 22 Oct 1970, p. 8     The picnic pavilion at Hornby community park has been named the King pavilion in honour of Samuel and Jane King who settled the land in 1830. It was officially opened last Saturday.
    Image  Georgetown Herald (Georgetown, ON), 22 Oct 1970, p. 8   The picnic pavilion at Hornby community park has been named the King pavilion in honour of Samuel and Jane King who settled the land in 1830. It was officially opened ...
    Esquesing Historical Society
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