Boyce, Frank M., M. D., was born in Schodack, August 3, 1851. He is the son of Anson M. and Carolina (Stewart)
Boyce, both of whom were born in Schodack. Anson M. was the son of Ananias Boyce, mentioned elsewhere; and she
a daughter of George W. Stewart, a farmer and teacher, and came to Schodack early. He finally went to Wayne county,
where he died. Anson M. Boyce was educated in the common schools and the Nassau Academy. He was a teacher at Saratoga
Springs for seventeen years. He was also school commissioner of Saratoga county and supervisor of Saratoga Springs.
He died in September, 1878, and his wife in 1889. Frank Boyce was reared in Castleton until three years of age,
when he went to Wilton, Saratoga county, and at the age of eight years he went to Saratoga Springs, where he was
educated. He graduated from the Albany Medical College in 1872, and practiced medicine at Saratoga Springs for
seventeen years. In 1891 he came to Schodack and settled on a farm, where he also practiced medicine. He owns 168
acres. He was married February 5, 1874, to Catherine Payne, daughter of Harmon Payne, who spent his life in Schodack.
To Dr. Boyce and wife were born three children: Cora A., Frank M. and Edwin A. Mrs. Boyce died April 20, 1889.
August 9, 1896, he was married to Emma Van Buren of East Greenbush. Dr. Boyce was supervisor of Saratoga Springs
in 1889 and represented the second district of Saratoga county in the Assembly of 1890. He was also trustee of
the Second ward of the village for four years. H'e was coroner of Saratoga county for three years. In the spring
of 1896 Dr. Boyce was elected supervsior of Schodack.
Landmarks of Rensselaer County
BY: George Baker Aaderson
Published By: D. Mason & Co. Publishers
Syracuse, NY 1897
Rensselaer County, NY
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