Zelos Boyer

Canastota Bee Journal 
25 August 1924 
    Dies from Apolexy Stroke 
 Zelos Boyer, 64, gate tender at Canastota, died at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning in an Oneida 
hospital. Coroner William T. Tanner said death was due to shock. Mr. Boyer was stricken with 
apoplexy while on a motor truck enroute to see his stepdaughter at Moot Hill, three miles 
southwest of Oneida. 
  Boyer, who formerly conducted a farm near Oneida, leased this farm to his son-in-law and 
worked as a gatetender at the Cansatota crossing. 

Date: Wednesday, May 19, 1999 10:58 AM

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