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GOODRIDGE FAMILY fonds
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Winnie Goodridge ([19-]-) is a long-time citizen of Carberry, Manitoba. Her parents were Ada Eliza Andrews and Albert King and she had siblings Evelina (d. 1975), Dorothy, Leonard, Florence, and Robert (d. 1935). She married Leonard Alfred Goodridge (1915-2002) in 1940 and they had children Bob, Bill, and Debbie. In 1936 her family moved from their Castle Hill district farm to Brandon, and in 1944 to Carberry. She wrote on her father's family for the community history "Arizona, 1882-1982". Further biographical information is unknown. Leonard Alfred Goodridge (1915-2002) wrote a history of the Carberry Centennial Drop-In Centre. He was born in Frog Lake, Alberta and died in Carberry. His parents were Rose and Ack Goodridge and he had siblings Oliver, Bert, Ewart, Gladys, and Vera. He married Winnie Goodridge ([19-]-) in 1940 and they had children Bob, Bill, and Debbie. He was raised in Treherne, Manitoba. He worked in British Columbia and Ontario in gold mining, firefighting, carpentry, farming, and others.
Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1995 by Winnie Goodridge and Leonard Goodridge, and by Winnie Goodridge in March, 2006.
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Fonds consists of 2 black and white photographs of the Diamond Jubilee parade taken by H. H. Allen. "History and Founding of the Carberry Centennial Drop-In Centre" was written by L. Goodridge in circa 1995. Also a black & white photograph of the people gathering to witness the ground-breaking ceremony in 1948 for the new Fox Memorial Hospital and a photograph taken by Evelyn King (Winnie Goodridge's sister) of Miss King's unit of Army nurses waiting at the train station in Sussex, NB to embark for England ca. 1940
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