(October 8, 1883---??, 1934)
Potsdam---Oliver St. Amier, 51, of Maynard Street, Potsdam, died Sunday afternoon at his home. He had been ill nine weeks, first in the Potsdam hospital and later at his home.
Son of Edward and Flema Bodney St. Amier, he was born at St. Regis Falls, October 8, 1883. He attended the schools in that village and later became a carpenter. He moved to Norwood when still a young man where he married Josie Regan. She died seven years ago and he moved to Potsdam. He had been actively engaged in the building trade. He built the Potsdam diner, several houses about the village and did much repair work.
He married Mrs. Clara Quigley about three months ago and she survives him in addition to a brother, Frederick, of Malone and a sister, Mrs. Edward Marlow also of Malone.
Services will be held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church and will consist of high mass celebrated by Rev. T. J. Mahoney, this parish. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Norwood.
(This obituary was provided by Robert E. Reagan, Potsdam)