On this day in 1916, Amos Campbell Masters signed up in Deseronto. He was born in the town on March 24th, 1894, the son of Robert Masters and Eva (née Gilchrist).
Masters joined the 155th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force with the regimental number 636805. He had a dark complexion, grey eyes and black hair.
Amos survived the war and was living with his parents in Thomas Street, Deseronto in 1921, working as an electrician. He died of acute myocarditis in Deseronto on January 25th, 1937, aged 42. He was buried in Morven, Ontario.