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Father: Forman Amos, born in1865 at New Bolingbroke, Lincolnshire and working as a managing barman. Mother: Adelaide Amos, born in 1872 in Nottingham. Sisters Lilian, born in 1898 in Nottingham and Millicent Mary Amos. The family lived at Meadow Lane, Nottingham before moving to Cavendish Road Skegness Lincolnshire after Adelaide's death. George was the husband of Ethel M. (née Fox) Amos. Ethel married Ernest Ransome in 1919 and they lived at 7 Sedgley Avenue Sneinton Dale Nottingham.
In 1911 George Amos was a shop assistant.
16 Jun 1918
112030 - CWGC Website
Air Mechanic 2Nd Class R.A.F.
Royal Air Force
Air Mechanic Amos served with 19th Training Squadron. He was killed in an accident on 16th June 1918,in Egypt he died in 27th General Hospital Abbassia, Egypt. He is buried in Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.
Obituaries published on 24th June 1918 in the Nottingham Evening Post :- AMOS. – Died of burns, June 16th, 1918, Air Mech. G. F. Amos, dearly loved husband of Ethel Amos (nee Fox), Neale-street, Long Eaton. Always happy and cheerful, with a heart that knew no fear, he stood to face life's battles, for those he loved so dear. – From his broken-hearted wife Ethel, also Mr. and Mrs. Fox, and Percy in France. “AMOS. – Died of burns, June 16th, 1918, Air Mech. G. F. Amos, the only dearly beloved son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Amos, of Nottingham. A loving son and a brother kind, a beautiful memory left behind. – From his sorrowing father, sisters Lily and Millie.” Above obituaries are courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
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