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  • Geographic Location: Oakville
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  • Ballymena
        In front of uncomplete building, and wagon with 2 horses. Identified men on wagon: Henry Leaver and Gordon Leaver (both in wagon), Thos.R.Lyon. See 5804.; Lakeshore Road East at Morrison Road, Oakville; Uncompleted building; Construction crew sitting and standing
      In front of uncomplete building, and wagon with 2 horses. Identified men ...
    Oakville Historical Society
  • Potter's Folly.
        This is a photo of a home at 271 Trafalgar Road that for more than 50 years was the manse for the minister of Knox Presbyterian Church. In 1927 it was purchased by the family of Walter Adamson who later became the Clerk of Session for Knox. Mr. Adamson was ...
      This is a photo of a home at 271 Trafalgar Road that ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Home at Bethany stained glass window: Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
        To the Glory of God and In Loving Memory of May A. Nicoll, Beloved Wife of the Rev. C.K. Nicoll, M.M.D.D., 1970.
      To the Glory of God and In Loving Memory of May A. ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Captain George Hardy Morden
        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.
      The Mordens are one of the 37 families represented on the promissory ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Andrew Robertson.
        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. ...
      Andrew Robertson. Born in 1832 and died in 1898, he is remembered ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robertson Jr.
        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. ...
      Andrew Robertson. Born in 1832 and died in 1898. He is remembered ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Mrs. Annie (Robertson) Lees
        Annie, daughter of Andrew Robertson, was married to William Lees. She presented Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, with a communion service in 1907 in memory of her father. The communion set was given in the 1940s to a new congregation established in Leaside. In 1978 the set was returned through the ...
      Annie, daughter of Andrew Robertson, was married to William Lees. She presented ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: exterior in the 1980s.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: chancel 1920.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Nisbet Home: house on Park Avenue, Oakville, built by Thomas and James Nisbet.
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville: Interior circa 1933.
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    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Robert Kerr Chisholm, 1819-1899.
        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.
      Son of Oakville's founder, William Chisholm. He built the new customs house ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Flora Matilda Chisholm
        Wife of Robert Kerr Chisholm
      Wife of Robert Kerr Chisholm
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Sandy MacDonald's blacksmith shop.
        Located east side of Thomas n. Lakeshore, Sandy MacDonald is in the centre.
      Located east side of Thomas n. Lakeshore, Sandy MacDonald is in the ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Reverend Dr. John Forbes Wedderburn:  Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1927-1932.
  • Reverend William Wallis:  Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1925-1927.
  • Reverend James Edward Munro: Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1909-1925.
        Left in 1925 in the year of the formation of the United Church of Canada, a union of Congregational, Methodist and Presbyterian churches. Members who favoured union, moved to the Methodist church now St. John's United Church, Oakville.
      Left in 1925 in the year of the formation of the United ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Reverend John McNair:  Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1898-1909.
        First Canadian born minister at Knox.
      First Canadian born minister at Knox.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Reverend Stephen S. Craig: Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1890-1898.
        Arrived in year Knox installed its first stained glass window.
      Arrived in year Knox installed its first stained glass window.
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
  • Reverend William Meikle:  Minister of Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville, 1867-1890.
        During Meikle's years, Oakville went through its economic dog days. His era encompassed the years of controversy over the introduction of musical instruments into church services and he guided the congregation during the construction of the present church building.
      During Meikle's years, Oakville went through its economic dog days. His era ...
    Knox Presbyterian Church, Oakville
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