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Dr. W. W. Amos

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William Wilson Amos


Born January 24, 1879  - village of Shannonville, Ontario

     - father = Alexander Amos

     - mother = Eliza Jane Mayell                                          source: Ontario Birth Record


1891 Canadian Census (April 22)

     Kingston - John Mayell age 74 - Head - occupation Tailor

                       - Henry Amos age 17 - occupation Baker

                       - Annie Amos  age 13 -

                       - William  Amos - age 12 -

April 8, 1891 - Henry Amos - age 17 - baker - died of Typho Malaria Fever

     record from A. Amos - spinster                                    source: Ontario Death Record


1901 Canadian Census

     Kingston - Katie Rodway - Head

                        - Annie Amos -

                        - William Amos

1903 - Recent graduate of Queen’s University Medical School

           - offered position as medical doctor to the Barr Colonists  





    - from Muddling Through



1908 - Lieutenant W. W. Amos - Medical Officer



Photo c. 1910 - in Lloydminster - shows Dr. Amos in white straw hat - his office is upstairs as per sign on window



1911 Canadian Census

         - Lloydminster

                  - William Amos b. Jan. 1879  - Anglican

                  - Maud Amos    b. Nov. 1880  -  Anglican


Department of Indian Affairs - re Onion Lake Reserve

     - 1911 -  Dr. W.W. Amos, board and lodging, $12, livery, $28, freight, $1.50, attendance, $350 -year ended Mar. 31, 1911

     - 1912 - W. W. Amos, attendance, $110, board, $2.60, livery, $22.25 - for year ended March 31, 1912

 

1916 Western Canadian Census

          - Regina

                  - William W. Amos b. 1879  in Ontario

                  - Maud Amos         b. 1880  in Ontario



Government of Saskatchewan Records: Deputy Ministers

  W. W. Amos - Provincial Secretary - July 1, 1917 - January 23, 1925

                    - Chairman - Saskatchewan Liquor Board - 1925


                    - Deputy Minister - Department of Natural Resources - Oct. 1, 1934 - Jan. 1, 1935


Border Crossing: Oct. 11, 1930 - Eastport, Idaho - driving Buick - accompanied by wife Maud, + mother-in-law and nephew C K Ohara? “Retired physician of independent means”


Died - April 8, 1960 - Vancouver, BC - death record