Amos Family History
Amos Surname History
Amos family history has rich origins of which the particulars can be pieced together by Amos family members. This page is dedicated to a detailed history of the Amos surname, Amos origins, and records of people with the Amos name. The Amos family is an old lineage that has migrated all across the world over the centuries, and as the Amos family has migrated, it has changed making its origin challenging to uncover.
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The evolution of Amos begins at it's earliest origins. Even in the earliest days of a name there are variations in that single name simply because surnames were infrequently written down that long ago.
As families, tribes, and clans moved between countries, the Amos name may have changed with them. It was common for a family name to change as it enters a new country or language. Amos families have moved around the world all throughout history.
Amos country of origin
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The nationality of Amos is often complicated to determine because country boundaries change over time, making the nation of origin indeterminate. The original ethnicity of Amos may be difficult to determine based on whether the name originated organically and independently in multiple locales; e.g. in the case of surnames that are based on a professional trade, which can crop up in multiple regions independently (such as the family name "Baker" which refers to the craft of baker).
Meaning of the last name Amos
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The meaning of Amos come may come from a craft, such as the name "Bishop" which may have been taken by church officials. Some of these craft-based last names may be a profession in a different language. This is why it is essential to know the country of origin of a name, and the languages used by its early ancestors. Many western names like Amos originate from religious texts like the Quran, the Bhagavadgītā, the Bible, etc. In many cases these names relate to a religious sentiment such as "Grace of God".
- Ida Amos
- Nicholas Amos 1741 - ?
- William Amos Nichols 1903 - ?
- Elizabeth Amos 1752 - ?
- William Amos 1749 - ?
- Capt. Amos SMALL Small 1794 - 1884
- George Amos Virgin 1885 - ?
- Eleanor Amos 1753 - ?
- Ann Amos 1740 - ?
- Maudlin Amos 1747 - ?
- Hannah McComas Amos 1723 - 1764
- James Amos 1764 - ?
- Priscilla Amos
- Mary Amos 1758 - ?
- Martha Amos
- Hannah Amos 1747 - ?
- Mr & Mrs Zeri Z Amos
- William Amos, Jr. 1718 - 1814
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Famous people named Amos
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Nationality and Ethnicity of Amos
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We do not have a record of the primary ethnicity of the name Amos. Many surnames travel around the world throughout the ages, making their original nationality and ethnicity difficult to trace.
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Amos spelling variations
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Understanding misspellings and alternate spellings of the Amos surname are important to understanding the etymology of the name. In the past, when few people knew how to write, names such as Amos were transcribed based on how they sounded when people's names were written in public records. This could have led to misspellings of Amos. Family names like Amos change in their pronunciation and spelling as they travel across communities, family unions, and languages over time.