W. A. Lindsay, M.D.


W. A. LINDSAY, M. D., physician and surgeon at Amsterdam, O., owning and conducting the drug store adjoining his residence, occupies a leading position in the town's affairs and is well known professionally all through this section. He was born at Salineville, Columbiana County, Ohio, January 31, 1874, and is a son of Dr. J. A. and M. E. (Connell) Lindsay.

The late Dr. J. A. Lindsay was a prominent member of the medical profession in Columbiana County. During the Civil War he served as a soldier, enlisting as a private and later was made a sergeant in the 19th Regiment Kentucky Infantry. After the war was over he located at Salineville, O., where he engaged in the practice of medicine until the close of his life, his death occurring in December, 1908. His widow resides at Youngstown, O. In politics he was identified with the Democratic party, and in religion he belonged to the United Presbyterian Church.

W. A. Lindsay completed his literary training at Franklin College and then naturally entered upon the study of medicine, his father and both grandfathers, Dr. John Lindsay and Dr. Aaron Connell, having been more or less eminent in the profession. He received his degree from the Ohio Medical University, where he was graduated in the class of 1898, and immediately located for practice at Salineville, where he continued for seven years. In July, 1905, Dr. Lindsay came to Amsterdam and has built up a large and substantial practice here, and , owning his own drug store, has the advantage of knowing just precisely hoe his prescriptions are filled. He is the U. S. examiner for the Government Marine Recruiting Station at this point.

Dr. Lindsay was married at Salineville to Miss M. Luella McKenzie, a daughter of James McKenzie, of that place, and they have one son, James A., who is a student in the Amsterdam schools. Dr. and Mrs. Lindsay are members of the Presbyterian Church. In his political views he is a Democrat. He keeps fully abreast with the times in his profession and is a member of the Jefferson County and the American Medical Association.

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