Saint Andrews and Saint James Cemetery, Orillia, Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada


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Latitude: 44.60964, Longitude: -79.43756
Saint Andrews and Saint James Cemetery

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Also known as: Saint James Cemetery Orillia
The St. Andrew's and St. James' Cemetery was organized in 1873 by the congregations of the Orillia Presbyterian Church (St. Andrew's) and the St. James' Anglican Church for the community. The Cemetery is administered by a Board of Trustees consisting of four members from the Presbyterian congregation and four members from the Anglican congregation.


Cemetery Photos

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Madeline McKnight (McDowell) 
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Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - Portrait 
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Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - Bridal shower article in Millbrook Mirror-Reporter newspaper (1942) 
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Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - Obituary (2002) 
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Reginald William James McKnight 
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Reginald William James McKnight - Pete McGarvey's tribute (1999) 
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Reginald William James - Reg joined the Air Cadet League of Canada (ACL). The Air Cadet Organization originated in the early days of World War II when the war effort required young men to meet Canada's military obligations. By 1938 there existed a couple of groups that would help promote such an effort.

Canadian Forces Base Clinton, CFB Clinton for short, was a Canadian Forces Base located near Clinton, Ontario. It initially opened in July 1941 as RAF Station Clinton under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan as a training unit for radar operators during a period when radar was a top secret device. UK, Canadian, US and other servicemen were trained at Clinton, with practical flights being carried out at nearby RCAF Station Centralia. Clinton remained the primary radar training site for Canadian Forces personnel through the Cold War era, with continued expansions throughout the 1950s and 60s. As part of a centralization effort, CFB Clinton was closed in 1971, with the site abandoned by 1972. A number of buildings remain on the site, including a large "golf ball" radome. (1942)  
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Reginald William James McKnight - Transfers to Orillia (1939) 
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Reginald William James McKnight - Find A Grave: 148600325
Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - Find A Grave: 148752225 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - Wedding (1942) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) -Engagement (1942)

 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - 55th wedding anniversary congratulations from Alan McLean MPP (1997) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - 55th wedding anniversary congratulations from Premier Michael Harris (1997) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - 50th wedding anniversary congratulations from Brian Mulroney (1992) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - 50th Wedding Anniversary congratulations from Governor General Ray Hnatyshyn (1992)
 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - Wedding Invitation (1942) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - Marriage Certificate (1942) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight(McDowell) - wedding (1942) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - marriage certificate (1942) 
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Reginald William James McKnight, Madeline McKnight (McDowell) - marriage certificate (1942)