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William D. Sanderson, V.S.

"History of Shelby County, Ohio"
by A.B.C. Hitchcock; Sidney, Ohio; 1913
Richmond-Arnold Pub. Co.; Chicago, IL.
Page 843

     proprietor of Sanderson's Veterinary Hospital, together with livery and feed stables, at Sidney, O., is a trained professional man and one who has a wide reputation through Shelby county. He was born at Toronto, Canada, April 30, 1877, and is a son of Rickman and Dina (Smith) Sanderson.
     The father of Doctor Sanderson was born in Yorkshire, England, and the mother in Scotland, and they were married in Canada. He was a graduate of the celebrated veterinary college of Edinburgh, Scotland, and practiced during many years of his life in Canada, where his death occurred in 1896.
     William D. Sanderson was practically reared in his present profession. beginning to assist his father when a boy, and later was graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College at Toronto, in the class of 1901, subsequently taking a post graduate course in 1908-09, at McKiIlip's Veterinary College, at Chicago, Ill. Immediately after his first graduation he located at Sidney, which is his main field of work, although he practices all over this county and is called also to Miami, Darke and Champaign counties. For nine years prior to purchasing his livery and feed barns, he had conducted a hospital on East Poplar street, but in 1911 he moved to his present location. He keeps
his automobile ready for use in urgent cases when time is a factor. He is a scientific and successful practitioner.
     Doctor Sanderson was married at Sidney to Miss Matilda Kaser, a daughter of Jacob Kaser. He belongs to the Ohio Veterinary Association and is a member of the Knights of Pythias and of the Knights of Khorassan.

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