Harriet Amelia Goodhue
(Mrs. F. W. Thomas)

From: Canadian Men & Women of the Time 1912
Ed. Henry James Morgan, Toronto, William Briggs, Richmond St. W., 1912

Thomas, Mrs. Harriet Amelia, philanthropist.
3rd daughter of the late Hon. G. J. Goodhue, M.L.C., London, Ontario; Born and educated in London, Ont. Married in 1861, Francis Wolferstan Thomas, for many years general manager Molson's Bank, Montreal (d. May 17, 1900) ; ably seconded her husband in his many philanthropic and beneficent efforts ; became an elective governor of the Mackay Institute for the Deaf and Blind, 1st directress of the Church Home, treasurer of the Ladies' Protestant Benevolent Society, and president of the Montreal School of Cookery, founded by the Princess Louise.

Religion: Anglican
Residence: 649 Dorchester St. W., Montreal.

See also:
Her son : John Matthews Wolferstan Thomas
Her son : Harold Wolferstan Thomas

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