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Rev. W. A. Wilson 
ImageComments:    The Reverend W. A. Wilson was the first minister of the Knox Presbyterian Church in St. Marys, called in 1878 when the congregation had just formed, even before the church building was opened in 1880. On Christmas Day, 1879, he married Margaret Caven, daughter of the Reverend William Caven,...
James Anderson 
ImageComments:    James Anderson, in the uniform, probably, of a local militia. (The photographer is using a very martial backdrop featuring cannons and has posed his subject with sword raised.) James Anderson was one of the 12 children of James Anderson and Mary Russell Anderson who came to Canada in 1842....
Mrs. John Sanderson (Agnes McIntyre) 
ImageComments:    Photo of Mrs. John Sanderson (born Agnes McIntyre) who was the mother of Fred G. Sanderson. She is wearing an elegant black dress with a high black lace collar. It is the same dress that she is wearing in a Webster portrait showing her with her two sisters, Mrs. Dusty and Mrs. McGrigor....
Isabella McIntyre McGrigor 
Image    Although this photograph is identified as Agnes McIntrye Sanderson, other photographic evidence would indicate that it is her sister, Mrs. Isabella McIntyre McGrigor, married to William McGrigor. A third sister is Mrs. Sam Dusty (Janet). All three of these McIntrye sisters were distinguished and...
Janet McIntyre Dusty 
ImageComments:    Portrait of Janet McIntyre (1830-1901), married to Sam Dusty. This photograph was taken at the Webster Studio like the the portrait of the three McIntyre sisters (0898 ph). Janet appears to be somewhat older in this photograph. Condition: some stains on image (right side - ink?); uneven brown...
Isabella McIntyre McGrigor 
ImageComments:    Although this photograph has been identified as Agnes McIntrye Sanderson, other photographic evidence would indicate that it is her sister, Mrs. Isabella McIntyre McGrigor, married to William McGrigor. A third sister is Mrs. Sam Dusty (Janet). All three of these McIntrye sisters were...
Wilson home, 28 Robinson Street 
Image  Approx. 1880  This house was built probably in the 1870s, according to Larry Pfaff, either by Lauriston Cruttenden or Leon Clench whose own houses were close neighbours. In 1879, the congregation of the new Knox Presbyterian Church rented it for use as a manse for their new minister, the Reverend William A....
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