Amos died of Cholera in Ohio at the age of 47 along with two of his daughters, Caroline and Nancy, who also died of Cholera within a short time of each other and their father. Such a heartbreak for that poor family.
Amos has a tombstone in Dye Cemetery but according to the burial records for Woodland Cemetery in Cleveland, Ohio, he is buried there. Possibly because of the cause of death, he was not permitted to be transported back to Michigan for burial and his wife chose to have a stone at Dye to represent his burial. His memorial in Woodland Cemetery in Ohio is # 137373172.