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Sarah Amos

Also Known As: "Amoss"
Death: (Date and location unknown)
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Edward Henry Amos and Elizabeth Ambrose, SM/PROG
Wife of James Warley Bond
Mother of John Edward Bond
Sister of Henry Amos, SV/PROG 1; Eliza McLeod; Charlotte Testard; Rebecca Stow; Thomas Amos, SV/PROG 2 and 1 other
Half sister of Richard Bowles; Esther Bowles; Jemima Baines; John Bowles; William Charles Bowles and 1 other

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About Sarah Amos

1820 British Settler

Sarah Amos 6, together with her parents and 8 siblings, were members of William Menezes' Party of 51 Settlers on the Weymouth.

Party originated from Kent.

  • Departed London, 7 January 1820.
  • Arrived Table Bay, Cape Town on 16 April 1820.
  • Final Port - Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth 15 May 1820.

Area Allocated to the Party : Reitfontein then Kareiga River

Children :

  • Esther Bowles 11
  • Jemima Weymouth Bowles 1
  • Henry Amos 16
  • Eliza Amos 13
  • Charlotte Amos,12
  • Rebecca Amos 9
  • Thomas Amos 7
  • Sarah Amos 6
  • Edward Amos 4

Elizabeth's first husband Edward Amoss (sometimes referred to as Henry Amos/s), with whom she had 7 children, went missing in the Napoleonic wars, so she married Richard Bowles and they had a daughter , Esther. Then Edward Amoss/ Henry Amos reappeared, so she returned to him. They had four more children before he died. Then Elizabeth married Richard Bowles and had five more children.

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Sarah Amos's Timeline

February 1, 1827
Age 13
Grahamstown, Western District, Eastern Cape, South Africa
Age 15