Clarence "Lloyd" Ames


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Hugh Donald Latimer October 12, 1910 to May 10, 1986, Photographer
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Born: 21 November 1902
Died: 03 March 1993
Parents: Frederick Walter Ames and Linnie Alberta King
Marriage: 17 September 1924 Louise Ellen Haggerty
Occupation: Farmer at Codrington. Masonic Lodge, deer hunting, avid reader of history.
Notes:
Genealogical information used with permission courtesy Dan Buchanan, www.treesbydan.com

•Father*: Frederick "Walter" Ames b. 3 Feb 1866, d. 31 May 1935
•Mother*: Linnie Alberta King b. 30 Apr 1871, d. 11 Sep 1928
•Birth*: 21 November 1902; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Birth Reg'n.# : Name: Clarence Loyd (Lloyd) Ames; Date: Nov 21 1902; Parents: Walter Ames & Lena King; .. pg. 2 n/a ... (Ontario Birth Registration, #... , ancestry.com) Date 1903 & location Ont. per 1921 Census. Date Nov 21 1902 from Toronto General Hospital ID card.1,2
•Marriage*: 17 September 1924; Methodist Church, Camden Twp., Centreville, Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.#013037: Groom: Clarence Lloyd Ames; Age: 21; Res. & Born: Brighton Twp.; Status: bachelor; Occ.: farmer; Rel.: Meth.; Parents: Frederick Walter Ames & Linnie King; Bride: Louise Ellen Haggerty; Age: 27; Res. & Born: Camden Twp.; Status: spinster; Occ.: Teacher; Rel.: Pres.; Parents: Daniel Haggerty & Mary Eliza Smith; Expected Res.: Camden Twp.;Wit.: Kenneth G. Ames, Codrington & Nettie Haggerty, Centreville; Date: Sep 17 1924; Place: Centreville; Performed by: W. H. Clarke, Tamworth, Union Church (Meth.); Sworn: Napanee, Sep 6 1924; Reg'r.: W. A. Grange (Ontario Marriage Registration, #013037-1924, ancestry.com)
Note: Ancestry.com includes marriages for 1924 as of Feb 2008 - first time seeing this online. See differences between this and Certificate of Marriage I obtained earlier. The marriage registration is more correct and complete - it is the original.
Certificate of Marriage: Groom: Ames, Clarence Lloyd; Birthplace: Ontario; Bride: Haggerty, Louise Ellen; Birthplace: Ontario; Date of Marriage: September 17, 1924; Place of marriage: Brighton; Date of registration: September 23, 1924 (Copy of Marriage Certificate obtained Nov 23, 2000, through application and fee, from the Ontario Registrar)

Note: Place of marriage likely means the place of registration. The marriage took place in Lennox & Addington County, in the Methodist Church in Centreville, south of the Haggerty home which was on the north side of Camden East Twp.. The couple then lived in Codrington, in Brighton Twp.. The marriage could have been registered in the town of Brighton which could be reflected in this document, although mis-spelled.
See Note re 50th Wedding Anniversary: Louise writes in the Tweedsmuir Histories that they were married "at home" in Centreville. The anniversary announcement says in the Methodist Church. Centreville is a village in Camden East Twp., south of the Haggerty farm.; Principal=Louise Ellen Haggerty3
•Death*: 3 March 1993; Brighton Nursing Home, Brighton, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Lloyd passed away due to a stroke brought on by an aneurism.
•Burial*: 6 March 1993; McPhail's Cemetery, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; CEMSEarch shows: Clarence Lloyd Ames, Born 1902, Died: - , Husband of Louise Ellen Haggerty; Father of Clarence, McPhail's Cemetery, Other names: Clarence Ames, Louise Ellen Ames, Mary Alberta Buchanan.4
•Note: 1908; Codrington Public School, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; School picture taken on north edge of front stoop of Codrington Public School in 1908 shows Lloyd Ames, far right front row.
•Census*: 8 June 1911; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 8 at 1911 Census: see Walter Ames5
•Note: 1912; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Maple Syrup Time on King Farm 1912 - Picture !!! The Tweedsmuir Histories of Codrington include a picture entitled "At maple Syrup time on King Farm, 1912". It is very faint but the caption reads: L. to R. Standing: John Ilse (?), Charles Beal, David Rightman (?), Nelson King (with white beard), Walter Ames, Emma King (Mrs. Ja. Ross), Ira King (with pipe),. Two small boys are Kenneth and Lloyd Ames. Seated: Ollie Ames, Mary Richards & Miss McPhail, Teacher Must get this picture enlarged, digitized!!!!
•Note: 1915; Cod Field, Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "When a battalion was being transferred from Brighton to Campbellford they stopped in the field behind the present Carmen Ruttan residence for supper, which was provided by the Institute ladies. Lloyd Ames recalls that his father's watering trough was a blessing to the horses that pulled the mess wagons, also to the many tired feet. At this point there was an exchange of horses for the balance of the trip. John Goodfellow remembers, as a little boy, following the marchers as far as the 8th concession, when the teacher led her pupils back to Mount Olivet School.." From Pg 75 of As The Crow Flies by Mrs. Leona M. Austin, Mika Publishing, 1975
... and also ....
"In 1915 a contingent of soldiers marched from Brighton to Campbellford where they entrained for Belleville. when they arrived inb Codrington at noon, they stopped in the field south of the Walter Ames home, west of Carman Ruttan's present residence. Here the soldiers removed their socks and boots and washed their feet in the watering trough. Tents were set up and the officeers at chicken, the soldiers ate ?? . Ames' kitchen table was used for the food. Codrington ladies supplied cakes and ?? for their desert. Fresh horses were supplied by Codrington men to drive the mess waggon on to Campbellford. As a small school boy, John Goodfellow remembers following behind with teacher Maggie Jordan and the other students, as they marched on to the train and the students returned to Mount Olivet." (from "The Tweedsmuir Histories of Codrington", copied from microfilm Reel #3, Metro Toronto Reference Library, Nov 2007)
Note: These lines are hand written in spaces around pictures and newspaper articles about WWI. There is no signature but I assume they were written by Margaret (Atkinson) Goodfellow, who was much involved in working on "The Tweedsmuir Histories of Codrington", and was the wife of the John Goodfellow mentioned in the story.6
•Note: circa 1920; Ames Home, Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; In the early 1920s Linnie (King) Ames was increasingly agitated by the memorial of William Henry King standing up at the south east corner of the Ames farm house. It had been there since it was erected by George King in the 1860s and was a constant reminder of the shame that the notorious murderer had imposed on his family. Linnie King was a niece of Dr. King, being the daughter of David Nelson King, a younger brother of William Herny King, who was the oldest of the King children. At some point, the presence of the stone became unbearable for Linnie so she asked her two younger sons, Lloyd and Kenneth, to get rid of it. The boys did the expedient thing. They pulled the stone out of the ground, dug a shallow trench, lay the stone down in it and covered it with sod. Out of sight, out of mind, might be the intent of this excersize. In any case, that is how the memorial of William Henry King ended up in the ground at the south east corner of the Buchanan house in the mid-1950s when septic work motivated Lloyd Ames to move it. In the process, Charles Buchanan took two pictures of it and they reburied the stone in the garden just a few feet away, where it was pulled up by the plough about a decade later. (Dan Buchanan)7
•Census: 8 June 1921; Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Age 18 at 1921 Census: see Walter Ames2
•Note: 27 October 1922; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Codrington: Lloyd Ames, who spent about six weeks in Saskatchewan, returned home looking hale and hearty after his trip." from The Brighton Ensign, October 27, 1922, see on microfilm at The Ontario Archives, Feb 8, 20018
•Note: 23 February 1923; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Codrington: Mr. Lloyd Ames left last Saturday for Chicago where he intends taking an electrical course." from The Brighton Ensign, February 23, 1923, see on microfilm at The Ontario Archives, Feb 8, 20018
•Note: 2 March 1923; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Mr. Lloyd Ames returned home on Tuesday." from The Brighton Ensign, March 2, 1923, see on microfilm at The Ontario Archives, Feb 8, 20018
•Note: 2 March 1923; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Codrington: The Agricultural College at Guelph is closed on account of the flu epidemic. Mr. William Goodfellow is home from the above college where he has been taking a course and is himself ill with the same disease." from The Brighton Ensign, March 2, 1923, seen on microfilm at The Ontario Archives, Feb 8, 2001
Note: Lloyd Ames often told the story of how he bundled Bill Goodfellow in blankets and took him from the boarding house in Guelph on the train to Toronto and then, meeting his father and brother who brought sleighs to Brighton, slogged through a snow storm to get the unconscious Bill home where he survived after several difficult months to later become a respected member of parliament. It was a wonderful story and could have happened since Lloyd was on his way to Chicago Feb 23 and could have been at Guelph when Bill took sick.8
•Note: circa 1924; Ames Home, Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Houses; The Lloyd Ames farm house was the first brick house built in the Village. It is over 100 years old. It was built by Mr. King, Lloyd Ames' greatgrandfather. Mr. King's son Harrison owned the place later and then Walter Ames bought it. Eldon Robinson was born there on March 12th, 1876, and his mother remembers being in it at least 18 years before that. Mr. King Sr. had passed on before Eldon Robinson was born." from "Landmarks in the Village of Codrington, Kindly submitted by Mr. Eldon R. Robinson", copied from Tweedsmuir Histories on microfilm at Metro Toronto Research Library, Toronto by Dan Buchanan
Note: If " .. his mother remebers being in it at least 18 years before that ..." then the house was built before 1858.6
•Note: January 1924; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Down Memory Lane: Items from the files of the Brighton Ensign: 1924 - 40 Years Ago: Lloyd Ames and Howard Ames of Codrington have gone to Detroit where they intend getting positions." from The Trentonian, January 17, 1964, seen on microfilm at The Trenton Public Library, July 20, 2002.
•Note: 27 September 1924; Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Mr. and Mrs. C. Lloyd Ames returned from their honeymoon trip on Saturday, September 27. They were honoured in the evening with a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ames .... " from The Brighton Ensign, October 10, 1924, seen on microfilm at The Trenton Public Library8
•Note: 10 October 1924; Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Kenneth Ames was seriously injured while working with a tractor just before Lloyd's wedding. A newspaper report on this date says he is "improving nicely". Lloyd Ames said that he did a lot of Kenneth's farm work during his recuperation period and that the injuries were bad enough to caused Kenneth to eventually leave farming and go into the mail route and bus business in Campbellford.8
•Residence: 9 January 1928; Conc 9 Lot 2, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Registry Records (Will 11674) show that Lloyd Ames received "southerly 3 fields of north half - south of swale" - per the will of Linnie King. ITS Jan 9 1928.9
•Residence: 31 October 1928; Conc 9 Lot 5, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show Lloyd Ames received "an undivided equal part of n. 1/2" from Linnie Ames9
•Residence: 3 November 1928; Conc 9 Lot 5, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show Lloyd Ames received "an undivided equal part of n. 1/2" from Walter Ames and Ollie Jacques9
•Note: 7 November 1928; Codrington United Church, Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; " ... cornerstone of Codrington United Church ... " from The Brighton Ensign, Nov 9, 1928, seen on microfilm at The Trenton Public Library, May 18, 20018
•Residence: 21 August 1931; Conc 9 Lot 4, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Walter Ames sold 60 acres of N 1/2 to Clarence L. Ames. This is the part west of the main farm and on "The Hill". Stone basements show that this is the area where the original settlers built home int his area - to avoid the ague in the lowlands. When the road went through between Brighton and Campbellford in 1853, the center of activity moved completely to the valley and people gradually abandoned the buildings in the hills. The land here became woodlot and pasture land.9
•Residence: 21 August 1931; Conc 9 Lot 3, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Frederick W. Ames (widower) sold 57 acres of E. 1/2 to Clarence L. Ames for "Nat'l Love & Aff." and $1.00.9
•Residence: 14 November 1933; Conc 9 Lot 5, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Vernon Ames sold his share of the N 1/2 to Lloyd Ames for $1,000.9
•Residence: 2 June 1935; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Informant for Death Reg'n. of his father Frederick Walter Ames.10
•Residence: 10 August 1935; Conc 9 Lot 3, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario, Canada; Land Records show that Frederick W. Ames (widower) sold 57 acres of E. 1/2 to Clarence L. Ames for "Nat'l Love & Aff." and $1.00. See Picture #21: Lloyd visiting Vern in Hamilton to straighten up - Harold and Kenneth present.9
•Residence: 17 August 1935; Conc 9 Lot 3, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Kenneth G. Ames handed over his share of the farm to Lloyd Ames. There was considerable friction between the brothers over this. Their dad had given them each (Vern, Kenneth and Lloyd) equal shares of the farm. Vern became a teacher and moved away and Lloyd intended on farming. For a while Kenneth kept the east/north part as his own farm. See Picture #21: Lloyd visiting Vern in Hamilton to straighten up - Harold and Kenneth present.9
•Residence: 27 June 1938; Conc 9 Lot 5, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Kenneth Ames sold his undivided 1/2 interest in the n 1/2 for $800.9
•Residence: 3 February 1941; Conc 9 Lot 4, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Kenneth Ames sold 40 acres to Lloyd Ames for $500.9
•Residence: 1 February 1947; Conc 9 Lot 2, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Registry Records (Grant 13657) show that "Ollie Jaques, Lloyd Ames & wife & Lorne R. Jacques & wife" sold "Pt. S.W. ¼ except 13 ½ acres already sold" to "Charles H. Sequire & Jessie V. Sequire". ITS DAte Feb 1 1947.9
•Residence*: 11 February 1949; Conc 8 Lot 3, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Lloyd and Louise Ames moved into the house (west side of road, across from Post Office) previously owned by Ralph Ames when their daughter Mary married Charles Buchanan and they moved into the farm north of the village. Lloyd had helped Ralph Ames build the house and completed it after they moved in. The house and lot were sold when Lloyd Ames died in 1993.
•Residence: 7 March 1955; Conc 9 Lot 4, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Lloyd Ames sold 60 acres of N. 1/2 to Charles & Mary Buchanan for $10,000.9
•Residence: 9 March 1955; Conc 9 Lot 3, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Clarence Lloyd Ames & wife sold "s. 50 acres of E 1/2" to Charles Buchanan & Mary A. Buchanan (Joint Tenants) for $10,000.9
•Note: 22 April 1955; Masonic Hall, Brighton, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Dedication of new Masonic Hall in Brighton. See Note re Tweedsmuir Histories. Lloyd Ames was the architect for the hall and went far afield during the war years to find and make deals for the right materials. There were no true architectural plans but the skill of Mr. Ames and the builders resulted in a very good building. In the 1970's, the Ontario Government came looking for the plans for the building and were stunned to hear that there were none. To make up the deficit, Mr. Ames assisted them in creating a set of drawings for a building he had built 30 years before.
•Residence: 14 April 1965; Conc 9 Lot 2, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Clarence L. Ames sold s 35 acres of west half to William C. Buchanan for $10,000.9
•Residence: 14 April 1965; Conc 9 Lot 5, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Lloyd Ames sold the n 1/2 to Charles Buchanan9
•Residence: 14 October 1965; Conc 9 Lot 3, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Clarence Lloyd Ames & wife sold 20 acres to Charles Buchanan & Mary A. Buchanan9
•Note: 24 November 1973; Masonic Hall, Brighton, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Testimonial Banquet To Honour Lloyd Ames: The Tweedsmuir Histories of Codrington includes a picture taken at the Testimonial Banquet. The caption is as follows: " Lloyd Ames, honoured at a dinner given by the Brighton Masonic Lodge for overseeing the building of the Masonic Temple."6
•Note: 17 September 1974; Ames Home, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; 50th Wedding Anniversary: The Tweedsmuir Histories of Codrington includes a picture and article: Under the Picture: "50th Anniversary - Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ames celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their Codrington home."
Article: "Prominent Couple 50 Years Wed: Brighton - A steady stream of well wishers visited Codrington the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ames Sunday afternoon to help the well-known couple celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ames were married at Centreville, Ontario, Sep. 17 1924 in the Methodist Church. The Rev. Mr. Clarke officiated. An indication of their many friends was evident in the large number of cards, gifts and flowers they received. Lloyd Ames is perhaps best known for the building of the Brighton Masonic Temple of which he was the unpaid architect. The Temple was finished and dedicated April 22, 1955, but it was not until November 24, 1973 that United Lodge tendered a testimonial dinner to Lloyd Ames. Mr. Frank Dunnett, a long time friend of Lloyd Ames, unveiled a beautiful colored portrait of Mr. Ames which now hangs in the porchway of the temple. Dr. W.O. Elliott, present master of United Lodge, as well as a large number of Masons and members of the Order of the Eastern Star were among the hundreds of visitors at the Ames home Sunday afternoon."6
•Residence: 30 May 1977; Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; " ... He is survived by a brother, Lloyd Ames, Codrington .. " per Death Notice of Vernon N. Ames, from The Tweedsmuir Histories of Codrington, copied from microfilm at The Metro Toronto Reference Library, Nov 2007.6
•Note: 12 February 1980; Order of the Eastern Star, Brighton, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Order of the Eastern Star; Greetings; This is to Certify, that at a stated meeting of; Colborne Chapter No. 82; Order of the Eastern Star; Held at Brighton, Ontario; on the 12th day of February A.D. 1980; Brother Lloyd Ames, P.P.; a Member of Colborne Chapter No. 82; at Brighton was elected a; Life Member; of this Chapter and is entitled to all the privileges of such membership; In Testimony Whereof, we have hereunto; set our hands and caused the Seal; of the Chapter to be affixed; Betty Cranfield, Worthy Matron; Lloyd Chatten, Worthy Patron; Mary C. Hulin, Secretary" taken from wallet-sized Certificate found in papers held by Mary Lou (Buchanan) Parkinson which were inherited from the Estate of Lloyd Ames. Transcribed by Dan Buchanan, May 18, 2008.
•Residence: 29 September 1981; Conc 8 Lot 3, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that Louise Ames & Lloyd Ames became Joint Tenants of Building Lot 6 Block "B" W. Richards St.9
•Residence: 19 May 1987; Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "AMES: - At the Trenton Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, May 19, 1967, Louise E. Ames (Haggerty) of Codrington in her 90th year. Beloved wife of Lloyd Ames. Dear mother of the later Mary Buchanan and Charles Ames. Sister of Mrs. Nettie Hanna of Belleville. Also lovingly remembered by four grandchildren. The family will receive friends at The Weaver Funeral Home, Trenton on Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm and 7:00 to 9:00 pm. Funeral service in the funeral home on Friday, May 22 at 11:00 am Rev. F. Edmondson officiating. Interment McPhail's Cemetery." per Death Notice of Louise E. Ames, from The Tweedsmuir Histories of Codrington, copied from microfilm at The Metro Toronto Reference Library, Nov. 2007.6
•Note: 25 May 1987; Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; "Cards of Thanks; Ames; The family of the late Louise Ames wish to express our thanks to friends, neighbours and relatives during the loss of a loved one. Special thanks to the pallbearers, Rev. Edmundson and the untiring care of the nurses on 2C of Trenton Memorial Hospital for an extended period. Thanks to the many friends that I had while visiting there who were staff. Special thanks to Dr. Swatz for being so kind. Lloyd Ames" taken from a newspaper clippiing in the papers of Lloyd Ames. Transcribed by Dan Buchanan, May 18, 2008.
•Note*: 17 December 1993; Lot 3 Conc 8, Brighton Twp., Codrington, Northumberland Co., Ontario; Land Records show that the Estate of Lloyd Ames sold the property at Building Lot 6 Block "B" W. Richards St. to John Spencer Flindall for $75,000.9


Family: Louise Ellen Haggerty b. 7 Aug 1897, d. 19 May 1987
•Marriage*: 17 September 1924; Methodist Church, Camden Twp., Centreville, Lennox & Addington Co., Ontario; Marriage Reg'n.#013037: Groom: Clarence Lloyd Ames; Age: 21; Res. & Born: Brighton Twp.; Status: bachelor; Occ.: farmer; Rel.: Meth.; Parents: Frederick Walter Ames & Linnie King; Bride: Louise Ellen Haggerty; Age: 27; Res. & Born: Camden Twp.; Status: spinster; Occ.: Teacher; Rel.: Pres.; Parents: Daniel Haggerty & Mary Eliza Smith; Expected Res.: Camden Twp.;Wit.: Kenneth G. Ames, Codrington & Nettie Haggerty, Centreville; Date: Sep 17 1924; Place: Centreville; Performed by: W. H. Clarke, Tamworth, Union Church (Meth.); Sworn: Napanee, Sep 6 1924; Reg'r.: W. A. Grange (Ontario Marriage Registration, #013037-1924, ancestry.com)
Note: Ancestry.com includes marriages for 1924 as of Feb 2008 - first time seeing this online. See differences between this and Certificate of Marriage I obtained earlier. The marriage registration is more correct and complete - it is the original.
Certificate of Marriage: Groom: Ames, Clarence Lloyd; Birthplace: Ontario; Bride: Haggerty, Louise Ellen; Birthplace: Ontario; Date of Marriage: September 17, 1924; Place of marriage: Brighton; Date of registration: September 23, 1924 (Copy of Marriage Certificate obtained Nov 23, 2000, through application and fee, from the Ontario Registrar)

Note: Place of marriage likely means the place of registration. The marriage took place in Lennox & Addington County, in the Methodist Church in Centreville, south of the Haggerty home which was on the north side of Camden East Twp.. The couple then lived in Codrington, in Brighton Twp.. The marriage could have been registered in the town of Brighton which could be reflected in this document, although mis-spelled.
See Note re 50th Wedding Anniversary: Louise writes in the Tweedsmuir Histories that they were married "at home" in Centreville. The anniversary announcement says in the Methodist Church. Centreville is a village in Camden East Twp., south of the Haggerty farm.; Principal=Louise Ellen Haggerty3
•Clarence Ames b. 22 Feb 1928, d. 22 Feb 1928
•Mary Alberta Ames+ b. 23 Apr 1929, d. 4 Dec 1967


Citations
1.[S4] Unknown author, Ontario Birth Registrations, Record Type: Microfilm, Name Of Person: Ontario Achives (birth).
2.[S121] Unknown author, 1921 Census.
3.[S8] Unknown author, Ontario Archives, Record Type: Microfilm, 1924-05-013037; #013037-1924.
4.[S39] Unknown name of person unknown record type, unknown repository, unknown repository address.
5.[S60] Unknown author, 1911 Canada Census, Record Type: microfilm.
6.[S52] Unknown location, Tweedsmuir Histories; unknown film.
7.[S2] Bill Buchanan, Personal Memory, Interviewer: same, Informant Address: 85 Roselawn Ave,Toronto M4R 1E7.
8.[S42] Brighton Ensign.
9.[S46] Unknown location, Ontario Land Registry Records; unknown film.
10.[S12] Unknown author, Ontario Death Registrations, Record Type: microfilm, Name Of Person: Ontario Archives.
Inscriptions:
On reverse: Lloyd Ames 1935
Publisher:
Hugh Donald Latimer
Place of Publication:
Orland, Ontario
Date of Original:
1935
Date Of Event:
1935
Dimensions:
Width: 2.375 in
Height: 3.375 in
Image Dimensions:
Image Width: 2in
Image Height: 3.125in
Personal Name(s):
Latimer ; Hugh Donald ; Latimer, William James ; Ames, Clarence Lloyd
Corporate Name(s):
Latimer General Store
Local identifier:
abdap_libc-008
Collection:
The Latimer Collection
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 44.03342
    Latitude: 44.03342 Longitude: -77.73279
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 44.16682
    Latitude: 44.16682 Longitude: -77.7995
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 44.13342
    Latitude: 44.13342 Longitude: -77.7828
Donor:
Hugh Donald Latimer October 12, 1910 to May 10, 1986
Copyright Statement:
Public domain: Copyright has expired according to Canadian law. No restrictions on use.
Location of Original:
Brighton Public Library, Codrington Branch
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Clarence "Lloyd" Ames


Born: 21 November 1902
Died: 03 March 1993
Parents: Frederick Walter Ames and Linnie Alberta King
Marriage: 17 September 1924 Louise Ellen Haggerty
Occupation: Farmer at Codrington. Masonic Lodge, deer hunting, avid reader of history.