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R. G. LINDSLEY, druggist, Corry, was born in Cherry Valley, Ashtabula County, Ohio, August 28, 1837, and is of English extraction; he was reared on a farm and received his early education at the district schools, finishing at Kingsville Academy. He then taught school for a time, and subsequently entered mercantile business at Kinsman, Trumbull County, Ohio, with P. G. Gee, as partner. In 1869-70, he studied medicine with Dr. F. A. Tuttle, Jefferson, Ohio, and in 1871 commenced his present business in Corry, which he has since carried on with success. He is owner of the premises on First avenue, where his business is located. Our subject was twice married, first October 10, 1861, to Abbie, daughter of Henry Krum, of Cherry Valley, Ashtabula County, Ohio, born February 4, 1844, by whom he had one child— Lutie E. Mr. Krum was a prominent farmer and politician, holding the office of Justice of the Peace for many years, and was elected several terms to the State Legislature. On his wife’s decease, Mr. Lindsley married in September, 1874, Julia A., born January 9, 1847, in Wayne Township, Erie County, daughter of Jesse Lyons (deceased). A prominent farmer and lumberman. Mr. Lindsley is a regular attendant of the Presbyterian Church, of which his family are members.