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  • Construction at the Presbyterian Church
    Image       This is a photograph of the west side of the Presbyterian Church under renovations. A man is standing on scaffolding.
    Image     This is a photograph of the west side of the Presbyterian Church under renovations. A man is standing on scaffolding.
  • The Reverend Robert Hall
    Imagecomment       The Reverend Robert Hall, minister of several Presbyterian charges in West Nissouri Township from 1860. He was born in 1831 in Northumberland, England and came to Canada in 1855. Died in 1881 and is buried in the North Nissouri Presbyterian Cemetery. See Comment for more information. Carte de visite
    Imagecomment     The Reverend Robert Hall, minister of several Presbyterian charges in West Nissouri Township from 1860. He was born in 1831 in Northumberland, England and came to Canada in 1855. Died ...
  • Widder Street East Drive Shed
    Image       This building, once located East of St. Marys Presbyterian Church on Widder Street, was demolished circa 1975. The building was originally built as a drive shed, a structure built for sheltering vehicles, farm machinery, and/or visitors' horses. The building was later converted to a hall for the Presbyterian Church. This ...
    Image     This building, once located East of St. Marys Presbyterian Church on Widder Street, was demolished circa 1975. The building was originally built as a drive shed, a structure built for ...
  • Mary Milroy Caven
    Imagecomment       Portrait of Mary Milroy Caven (1803-1901), wife of John Caven; mother of William Caven, Jane Caven McFadzen and Mary Caven. (See comment for more information.)
    Imagecomment     Portrait of Mary Milroy Caven (1803-1901), wife of John Caven; mother of William Caven, Jane Caven McFadzen and Mary Caven. (See comment for more information.)
  • William McLean's Class at the First Presbyterian Church
    Imagecomment       See description for the boys names + Teacher: Wm McLean
    Imagecomment     See description for the boys names + Teacher: Wm McLean
  • Knox Presbyterian Church
    Image       A photo taken by amateur photographer Milton Reesor, showing the Knox Presbyterian Church in the early 20th century. This was the second Presbyterian church on this site as the first, built in 1878, was destroyed by fire in 1891. This church would later burn down as well in 1905. The ...
    Image     A photo taken by amateur photographer Milton Reesor, showing the Knox Presbyterian Church in the early 20th century. This was the second Presbyterian church on this site as the first, ...
  • View of the North Ward, 19th century
    Image       This photograph gives a view of St. Marys North Ward in the late 19th century. The landscape in the image is difficult to see, however the Thames River can be seen running along the bottom of the image and the First Presbyterian Church is standing on a hill to the ...
    Image     This photograph gives a view of St. Marys North Ward in the late 19th century. The landscape in the image is difficult to see, however the Thames River can be ...
  • The North Ward
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  • View of North Ward, St. Marys
    Image       "North Ward, St. Marys, Ont."
    Image     "North Ward, St. Marys, Ont."
  • Knox Presbyterian Church, 1898
    Image       "Knox Presbyterian Church St. Marys"
    Image     "Knox Presbyterian Church St. Marys"
  • Ruins of Knox Church, 1905
    Image       "Ruins of Knox Church. Burned. Feb. 12th 05"
    Image     "Ruins of Knox Church. Burned. Feb. 12th 05"
  • Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic, ca. 1925
    Image       This is a portrait taken ca. 1925 and includes a group of men who were church elders and members of session at the St. Marys Presbyterian Church. The men were attending the Presbyterian Sunday School Picnic.
    Image     This is a portrait taken ca. 1925 and includes a group of men who were church elders and members of session at the St. Marys Presbyterian Church. The men were ...
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