Fort Covington Sun, November 15, 1945
Former Fort Resident Dies in Malone Monday; Funeral This Morning
Mr. Peter Amord, 54, a former resident of Fort Covington who moved to Fay Corners a couple of years ago, died suddenly following an operation in the Malone hospital Monday afternoon. He had been seriously ill since Friday.
Funeral services will be held this morning (Thursday) at 9 o'clock from St. John Bosco Church of Malone and burial will be made in the Catholic cemetery at Chateaugay.
Mr. Amord was born October 9, 1891, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Amord at St. Anthony, Que. He came to this country forty years ago and during his lifetime owned and operated farms in Chateaugay, Burke, Fort Covington, and Fay Corners. He was an exceptionally progressive farmer and while resding here on the former George Donahue farm, improved its house and buildings and land tremendously. A man of indefatigable energy, he toiled at work which was play to him through days which in their length and accomplishment would bend normal men, and yet he lived happily and enjoyed life and friends.
Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Anna Tavernia whom he married at Chateaugay on Nov. 27, 1917; tow sons and three daughters, M/Sgt Edward Amord, Fort Belvoir, VA; John, Marie, Teresia, an Cecilia Amord, all of Fay Corners; four brothers, Joseph, Fernando, Henry and Julius, all of Canada, and two sisters, Rose of Canada, and Fanny of Burlington, VT.
The Chateaugay Record, Friday, November 16,1945
Peter Amord Dies After 4-day Illness
Peter Amord, aged 54 years, of Fay Corners, died suddenly at the Alice Hyde Hospital, Malone, Monday morning at 3:15 o'clock following a major operation. He had been seriously ill since Friday.
Born on October 9, 1891, he was the son of the late Mr.and Mrs. Louis Amord, Ste. Anthonie, Que.. Forty years ago he came to this vicinity, following the occupation of farming, had since owned and operated farms in Chateaugay, Burke, Fort Covington, and Fay Corners.
He was united in marriage on November 27, 1917 with the former Miss Anna Tavernier, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tavernier, of Chateaugay, who survives him.
The deceased was a member of the Roman Catholic Church.
Surviving besides his wife are five children: M/Sgt. Edward, Fort Belvoir, Va.; Joh, Marie, Teresia and Cecelia Amord, all of Fay Corners; four brothers, Joseph, Fernando, Henry and Julius, all of Canada; and Fanny of Vt.
Generated by GreatFamily 2.2 update 2