Charles Thomas Lind, born in Virginia on Dec. 15, 1811, grew to manhood in Ohio and married Nancy Agnes McBride, a native of Ireland on Nov. 20, 1842 in Ohio. He and his wife moved to Ballard Co., Ky where they lived for several years but about 1850 they moved to Knox Co., Indiana and settled on a small farm near Sandborn, not far from the Green Co., line. Charles Thomas Lind was a physician and during the Civil War served as an examining physician for the Union Army. He was also one of the few doctors in southwestern Indiana and became quite well-known but overworked. One story relates that he was so overworked when he himself became ill he accidently took the wrong medicine and died as a result. Charles and Nancy Lind were the parents of nine children. Dr. Charles T. Lind and his family were members of the Pleasantville Methodist Church at Pleasantville, Indiana and he is buried in the cemetery there.
Copied from hand written bio. by Myrtle F. (Harbin)
Author is Daniel Bly
These are the children of Dr. Charles Thomas and Nancy M.
Adeline (Lind) Willis 1847-1922
Charles C. Lind 1849-1924
Robert Emmett Lind 1852-1910
Adrian James Lind 1855-1929
William Wilbur Lind 1857-1875
Margaret Adelade (Lind) Padgett 1861-1942
Clara Belle Lind 1864-1952
Walter S. Lind 1867-1867
Edward Bruce Lind 1868-1943