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« Reply #27 on: Saturday 16 May 15 12:12 BST (UK) »
Willard Seymour Goddard son of William and Katherine Goddard born 27 December 1918 and passed away 1 st February 2005

The Gazette, Montréal, QC - 5/2/2005

https://www.genealogiequebec.com/en/obituary/list/GODDARD/WILLARD%20SEYMOUR/2005

Wife - Helen Davidson Hughes Goddard -  12 February 1917 in  Lachine, Quebec, Canada passed away March 26, 1991 in  Lachine, Quebec.

City Directory 1972 shows William and Helen Goddard at LaSalle MOntreal Quebec -  Apt 310 Rue Jean Brillon Street - also a son of the same name living here.

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« Reply #28 on: Saturday 16 May 15 12:26 BST (UK) »
Lucy Goddard - (Lucy Anne Dukes-wife of John Goddard)

Lucy (Dukes) widow of John Goddardof St Johns River Saguernay County in the Province of Quebec died on the 12 th day and was buried on the 14 th August in the year of our Lord 1924 - aged 84 years.
Witnesses Charles Goddard and Allan Goddard.

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« Reply #29 on: Saturday 16 May 15 12:30 BST (UK) »
John Goddard, fisherman of St Johns River Saugenay County Labrador Quebec died on the 29th and was buried on the 30 April 1922 - aged 82 years.
Witnesses - Edward Goddard and William Goddard.

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« Reply #30 on: Saturday 16 May 15 12:38 BST (UK) »
There is a baptism - Lucy Ann Dukes daughter of William Evans and Mary Butler born 29 May 1842 and baptised (private baptism) 27 March 1862
Signed Lucy Ann Dukes and Thomas Wellman  ???

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« Reply #31 on: Saturday 16 May 15 12:42 BST (UK) »
There was a Lucy Ann Dukes on the 1861 census - Bonne Esperance Saguenay, Canada East. Lucy aged 21 years. No occupation or other details.

http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1861/Pages/1861.aspx

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« Reply #32 on: Saturday 16 May 15 12:54 BST (UK) »
Page 14 - In the St. Paul’s River area there was an Inuit family composed of George Dukes and Jenny Menouque both of whom seem to have been “pure Eskimo.” The couple had 3 children - Mary, George and Andrew, and only one grand-daughter, Lucy Anne Dukes, who married John Goddard Jr. The name was carried on by their sons Charles (married to Selena Langmaid in 1890) and William (married to Catherine Thomas in 1918). By the 1960s there were 10 families descended from them (Goddards, Roberts and Keats).

https://qccommunitydevelopment.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/be_eng_23oct.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inuit

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« Reply #33 on: Saturday 16 May 15 13:46 BST (UK) »
There is an ancestry tree that says  - Jenny nee Menouque Dukes  (Inuk - 1799 - 1879) widow remarried a John Goddard Sr,  a native of England, but had no other child. John Goddard, a wealthy Englishman whose island was near Caribou - died before 1872

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« Reply #34 on: Saturday 16 May 15 16:01 BST (UK) »
Reply 2 shows a son of Matthew and Lily - Harold Hamilton Roberts but the baptism records show Howard Hamilton infant son of Matthew Thomas Roberts, fisherman of St Pauls River and Lily Maud (Goddard) was born on the 21 st August 1915 and baptised 5 September the same year.

Witnesses Lily Maud Roberts and Laura Louise Goddard.

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« Reply #35 on: Saturday 16 May 15 16:22 BST (UK) »
Reply 2 shows a daughter of Matthew and Lily -  Ena Pearl Roberts but the baptism record shows Ena/Ema Beatrice Pearl Roberts  - 5 th July 1913 - baptised 28 July 1913
Witnesses Florence Julia Goddard and Elsie June Goddard.

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