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  • The Reverend William Caven's six children
    Imagecomment       Photo of the Reverend William Caven's six children. There are three sons and three daughters. Front Row: Dr. Will Caven, Maggie, Dr. Jack Caven Back Row: Dr. Jim Caven, Mary, Jane. This family was based in Toronto but had many relatives in the Motherwell, Ontario area. Thanks to the comment ...
    Imagecomment     Photo of the Reverend William Caven's six children. There are three sons and three daughters. Front Row: Dr. Will Caven, Maggie, Dr. Jack Caven Back Row: Dr. Jim Caven, Mary, ...
  • Mary Caven McIntyre
    Imagecomment       On reverse: Grandma McIntyre Sister of Prof. Wm. Caven, Dean of Knox College
    Imagecomment     On reverse: Grandma McIntyre Sister of Prof. Wm. Caven, Dean of Knox College
  • John Caven
    Imagecomment       John Caven, written in ink on the bottom of the photograph.
    Imagecomment     John Caven, written in ink on the bottom of the photograph.
  • 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
  • Rev. W. A. Wilson
    Imagecomment       Rev. W.A. Wilson Margaret Caven's husband
    Imagecomment     Rev. W.A. Wilson Margaret Caven's husband
  • Wilson home, 28 Robinson Street
    Image       Written in pen on the front of the photograph: Margaret (Caven) Wilson, St. Marys, Ont., about 1880.
    Image     Written in pen on the front of the photograph: Margaret (Caven) Wilson, St. Marys, Ont., about 1880.
  • 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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