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'''Joseph Lindsay (1835-1897)''' Engineer of Dundee.
1890 of [[Urquhart, Lindsay and Co]], Blackness Foundry, Dundee.
1890 of [[Urquhart, Lindsay and Co]], Blackness Foundry, Dundee.


Joseph Lindsay was chief engineer at [[Gilroy Brothers]], Tay Works while those mills were being built. When they were nearly finished, he set up on his own in 1865 on land provided by his partner [[William Walton Urquhart|William Urquhart]], whose family had previously used the land as a seed nursery.  
Joseph Lindsay was chief engineer at [[Gilroy Brothers]], Tay Works while those mills were being built. When they were nearly finished, he set up on his own in 1865 on land provided by his partner [[William Walton Urquhart|William Urquhart]], whose family had previously used the land as a seed nursery.  


1897 Died on 25th April.<ref>[http://www.scottisharchitects.org.uk/architect_full.php?id=204818 scottisharchitects.org.uk]</ref>


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Latest revision as of 11:25, 4 July 2017

Joseph Lindsay (1835-1897) Engineer of Dundee.

1890 of Urquhart, Lindsay and Co, Blackness Foundry, Dundee.

Joseph Lindsay was chief engineer at Gilroy Brothers, Tay Works while those mills were being built. When they were nearly finished, he set up on his own in 1865 on land provided by his partner William Urquhart, whose family had previously used the land as a seed nursery.

1897 Died on 25th April.[1]

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