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Established as a post office in April 1919, after the residents petitioned for postal service, the name Goodfair was chosen, being descriptive of the area, the name was changed to the current spelling since there was already a Goodfair post office in Saskatchewan. John Third was the first postmaster. The area was originally known as Kempton.

Approximately 55 km west of Grande Prairie.

Location Name : Hythe
National Topographic System (NTS) : 83 M/5
Sub Section | Section | Township | Range | Meridian
Latitude (N) | Longitude (W)
55° 16' N 119° 43' W
The content above is directly derived from :
Place Names of Alberta - Volume IV
Northern Alberta

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