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  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: interior.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: exterior.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Mr. Coutts?
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Rev. MacMillan and...
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: engraving.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Oakville, Ontario, Canada: Relaxing in the sun is wonderful.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Methodist Church, Oakville, Ont., Canada.
        This church became St. John's United Church in 1925 after the formation of the United Church of Canada from a union of Congregational, Methodist and Presbyterian Churches. Many members of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, including the minister, left to join the new United church.
      This church became St. John's United Church in 1925 after the formation ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Queen Elizabeth Highway and Bridge, Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Oakville resident Mrs. Marlatt displays ship's bell and chronometer
        HMCS Oakville's bell and chronometer
      HMCS Oakville's bell and chronometer
    Oakville Museum
  • Colborne St., Oakville, Ont.
        An artist's rendering of Colborne Street in Oakville.
      An artist's rendering of Colborne Street in Oakville.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Postcard: Radial Bridge and Public School, Oakville, Ont., Canada
        Radial Bridge and Public School Oakville, Ont., Canada Verso: The Valentine & Sons Publishing Co., Ltd. Montreal and Toronto
      Radial Bridge and Public School Oakville, Ont., Canada Verso: The Valentine & ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • St. Jude's Rectory, Oakville, Ont.
        Photograph of the front of St. Jude's Rectory.
      Photograph of the front of St. Jude's Rectory.
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • James Kelley
        James Kelley Sr. was the first of the Kelley family to settle in the Oakville area. While “Kelley” may appear to be an Irish name, it is in fact a corruption of “MacKelley”, and the family can be traced to Southern Scotland. James was born in Wentworth County on February ...
      James Kelley Sr. was the first of the Kelley family to settle ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Eliza (Ribble) Kelley
        Born November 9th, 1826, daughter of William Ribble and Susan barnes. She is of old German background. James and Eliza had 10 children, two of whom were twin girls. Eliza died Feb 5th, 1901, in Oakville, cause of death “septic poisoning”.
      Born November 9th, 1826, daughter of William Ribble and Susan barnes. She ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Susan Kelley Williams
        Eldest child of James Kelley and Eliza Ribble, Susan was born on July 30th, 1849, and died January 21st, 1893. She married Captain Daniel Williams, a sailor, on June 26th, 1869. They had one child, James Edgar, who died of Cholera aged 1 year 5 months.
      Eldest child of James Kelley and Eliza Ribble, Susan was born on ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Peter Kelley
        Born Feb 9th, 1856, died June 4th, 1943. Eldest surviving son of James Kelley and Eliza Ribble. (Their first son, James, died at age 8). Owned the furniture store at the corner of Lakeshore (then Colborne St.) and Dunn. Peter married Catherine Hewitt, granddaughter of Duncan Milloy, builder and resident ...
      Born Feb 9th, 1856, died June 4th, 1943. Eldest surviving son of ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • St. Mary's Cemetery Monument for "PRIVATES W. RAYBOULD, R. BOOCOCK, W. CONDOR, J. H. DICK".
        DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE FOR FREEDOM AND HONOR 1914 - 1918 PRIVATES R. BOOCOCK W. CONDOR J. H. DICK ERECTED IN GRATEFUL MEMORY BY FELLOW WORKERS AND EMPLOYERS
      DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE FOR FREEDOM AND HONOR 1914 - 1918 PRIVATES ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • Two Stores In Oakville, Ontario; The J & A Beatty Store and the William Creighton Store. By Bob Johnson, March 2021
        To read this authoritative history of the two Oakville, Ontario stores, click on "Pages - Select" to read without downloading, or download by clicking on the "PDF" version. The paper includes photographs of both stores. Today's 215 Lakeshore Road East was the Beatty store, the Creighton store is now 184-186 ...
      To read this authoritative history of the two Oakville, Ontario stores, click ...
    Trafalgar Township Historical Society
  • The Independent Order Of Foresters’ Orphanage Postcard
        Front: I. O. F. Orphanage, Oakville, Ont.
      Front: I. O. F. Orphanage, Oakville, Ont.
    Oakville Public Library
  • Main Street, Oakville
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    Oakville Public Library
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