Lyndall Llewellyn Davis D.D.S. Soundex Code D120
Lyndall Llewellyn Davis, Dentist
Born: Yeovil, England on Tuesday, September 7, 1858.
Son of: Albert and Anna Davis, nee: Foan
Graduate of: University of Michigan, D.D.S., 1884;
Marriage(s): 1st. Macon, Georgia, 1894, Annie Laurie Davis, nee:Annie Laurie Harris: 2nd, Chicago, Sunday, December 4, 1904, A. Davis, nee: A. Johnson.
Engaged in practice of dentistry in Chicago since 1884;
Demonstrator of Histology, Chicago Dental College, 1884-8;
Professor of Histology and Embryology, American Dental College, 1892-3;
Secretary: Illinois State Board of Dental Examiners, 1893-7;
Dean Northwestern College of Dental Surgery, 1897-9.
Chicago Dental Society. (ex-secretary),
Chicago Odontographic Society. (ex-secretary, ex-president)
Illinois State Dental Society,
National Dental Association
North Shore Dental Society (president),
Chicago Dental Research Club.
Associate editor Dental Review, 1885-91;
Editor Delta Sigma Delta Desmos, 1892-4.
Member Chicago Hussars, 1892-4, and
City Troop, afterward mustered into Illinois National Guard as Troop C, 1st Illinois Cavalry.
Calumet Heights Club,
Rogers Park Yacht and Boat Club,
Rogers Park Volunteer Life Saving Station.
Author of essays in dental magazines, also papers read before dental organizations.
Recreations: hunting and dogs.
103 State Street (1905);
Willoughby Building, corner Michigan Avenue and Madison Street (1917)
Residence: 1143 W. Pratt Boulevard (1905), 1307 W. Pratt Avenue (1917), 1919.
Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1905 and Book of Chicagoans, 1917.
Dr. Lyndall Llewellyn Davis, D.D.S., 1143 W. Pratt Boulevard, 1904 Chicago Blue Book, page 263.