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Amias Charles Andros

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c.1837 Born in Guernsey

1867 Became a member of the Inst of Civil Engineers

1881 Amos Charles Andros 44, civil engineer, lived in Woolwich, with Ellen Andros 37 Elizabeth Charlotte Andros 6[1]

1891 Amias C. Andros 54, civil engineer, lived in Sydenham with Ellen Andros 47, Walter F. Andros 25, civil engineer, Edmund R Andros 19, contractor's assistante, Elizabeth C Andros 16[2]

1898 Died in Upper Norwood; executors included Walter Fachin Andros, civil engineer[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 census
  2. 1891 census
  3. National probate calendar