Oscar Borden Ames

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Posted by Bev, 25 March 2016 at 12:50

It's really exciting to see this picture! I'm sure this is my house in Codrington and I've been wanting to get more history. I know the house was owned by the Ames family but would love to know more.

Posted by [Name Withheld], 30 November 2016 at 22:01

I agree, it's a house in Codrington, I recognize it too, though it looks as if the porch has been enclosed since the picture was taken. TreesbyDan has lots of information about Codrington, if that helps.

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Oscar Borden Ames

Born: 21 September 1904
Died: 18 February 1963
Parents: William “Maurice" Ames and Alice Gertrude McColl
Occupation: Sapper in the Second World War with the Royal Canadian Engineers, found in the Battle of the Bulge