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WALTER R. and SAMUEL M. LINDSAY, tinsmiths, Riceville, are natives of Mercer County, Penn.; sons of Robert and Adeline Lindsay, natives of Venango County, Penn., who were parents of six children who grew to maturity, and of their family Finley was killed at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va.; Samuel; a soldier of the Eighty-third Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, was wounded at the second battle of Bull Run, and was honorably discharged on account of same. He came to Riceville in 1866, where he still resides. Walter B. Lindsay learned the trade of tinsmith at Meadville, Penn., and settled in Riceville in 1862. He was married April 11, 1867, to Mary A., daughter of John H. and Mary (Brown) Dickson, of Blooming Valley. By this union were born Mabel E., Leti1lia E. and Wayne (deceased). The subjects of this sketch, upright, enterprising business men, have always been active in public affairs, holding all the official positions in their borough.