Wayne Lothrop Lindsay 597
- Born: 19 June 1903, Carroll, Penobscot County, Maine 597
- Marriage: Marion Hazel Hanscom 8 November 1930 in Lincoln, Penobscot County, Maine 609
- Died: 11 April 1989, Paris, Oxford County, Maine at age 85 1999,2000
- Buried: After 11 April 1989, South Paris, Oxford County, Maine at Riverside Annex Cemetery
Lewiston Evening Journal
Wednesday, January 2, 1963
Lindsay Becomes New Oxford Deputy
SOUTH PARIS - Wayne L. Lindsay, River Street, who has served as district warden supervisor and a warden of the Maine Fish and Game Department for 26 years, resigned his post Monday to become chief deputy of the Oxford County Sheriff's Department. He will also serve as turnkey at the county jail under the new Oxford County sheriff, Stephen R. Conant, who assumed office Tuesday.
Lindsay will serve as turnkey at the county jail replacing veteran Charles H. Hammond, who has been elected state representative for the district of Paris and Woodstock and will be going to Augusta soon.
Lindsay is a native of Carroll, near Lincoln. He attended the Eastern Maine Institute. He was employed at mill work, construction and forestry before he completed a Civil Service examination to become a game warden.
He started in November 1936 as district game warden for the Belgrade Lake area. After several years there, he became warden supervisor and was assigned to the Ellsworth area.
Two and a half years later, he was sent to this district as warden supervisor for Oxford County and, for a time, resided at West Paris before coming here and purchasing a home on River Street.
Lewiston Daily Sun
April 13, 1989
Wayne L. Lindsay
SOUTH PARIS -- Wayne L. Lindsay, 85, of 15 River St., died Tuesday night at the Market Square Health Care Facility.
He was born in Carroll, June 19, 1903, the son of Daniel and Isabelle (Lothrop) Lindsay. He attended Carroll schools, and EMI in Springfield. He retired as a division supervisor with the Maine Warden's Service after 32 years. Mr. Lindsay was appointed chief deputy of the Oxford County Sherriff's Department under Sherriff Steve Conant, a position he held for several years.
He later worked part time in Woodman's Sporting Goods Store in Norway. He was a member of the Maine State Employees Association, and the Maine Association of Retirees. Mr. Lindsay served with the Army during World War I, and was married to Marion Hanscom on Nov. 8, 1930.
He is survived by his wife of South Paris; two daughters, Jean Millett of Oxford, and Sharon Gray of Dover, N.J.; and a grandson. Mr. Lindsay was predeceased by a granddaughter, Linda, in September 1985.
LINDSAY -- Died in South Paris, April 11, 1989, Wayne L. Lindsay, age 85 of 15 River St. Funeral services will be held Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the So. Paris Baptist Church with the Rev. Deric Bartlett officiating. Interment will be in the Riverside Annex Cemetery, So. Paris. Relatives and friends may call at the Raymond Funeral Home, 21 Main St., So. Paris, Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m.
• He appeared on the census in 1910 in Carroll, Penobscot County, Maine. He lived in the household of his parents.
• He appeared on the census in 1920 in Carroll, Penobscot County, Maine. He lived in the household of his parents.
• He had a residence in Carroll, Penobscot County, Maine.
• He had a residence in 1939 in Belgrade Lakes, Kennebec County, Maine.
• He appeared on the census in 1930 at the Maine Seaboard Paper Co. in Bucksport, Hancock County, Maine.
• He appeared on the census in 1940 in Belgrade, Kennebec County, Maine. He was head of household and rented.
• He had a residence in 1945 in Ellsworth, Hancock County, Maine.
• He worked as a deputy warden.
• His Social Security Number was 007-42-8383.
Wayne married Marion Hazel Hanscom, daughter of Nelson Hanscom and Ruth E. Hook, 8 November 1930 in Lincoln, Penobscot County, Maine.609 (Marion Hazel Hanscom was born 19 July 1907 in Lee, Penobscot County, Maine,2001,2002 died 30 October 1997 in Auburn, Androscoggin County, Maine 2003 and was buried 2 November 1997 in South Paris, Oxford County, Maine at Riverside Annex Cemetery 2003.)