Acton Memorial Library
WILLIAM HENRY BOSS DEAD.
Swampscott Man Dies of Paralytic Shock, Aged 67
LYNN, March 22- William Henry Boss, aged 67, died suddenly at his home on Humphrey st, Swampscott, this morning, from a paralytic shock. Mr. Boss had been in good health up to within a short time of his death. He was a native of Charlestown, but had been a resident of this city and Swampscott a greater part of his life. In 1898 he was general manager of the Burton stock car company, and for a time lived in Chicago. He was also the agent of the Boston & Maine railway station int his city for many years. A wife and one daughter survive him.