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David T. McCalmont


REV. DAVID T. MC CALMONT, pastor of Glade Run United Presbyterian church, was born near Hickory, Washington county, Pennsylvania, September 6, 1860. His father, John McCalmont, was a native of eastern Pennsylvania, where he was born August 18, 1818. John McCalmont removed to Washington County with his parents when but eight years of age, there grew to manhood, and followed the vocation of farmer. On April 15, 1842, he married Miss Mary A. Moore, a daughter of John Moore, of Washington county. This union was blessed with eight children, as follows: Margaret N.; John H.; Samuel A.; James A.; William A.; Mary A., wife of John P. White, of Washington county; Jennie E., wife of Robert G. Jeffrey of the same county, and David T. Mr. McCalmont was a lifelong member of the United Presbyterian church, was a man of enterprise and public spirit, and died March 10, 1893. The subject of this sketch received his primary education in the public schools of his native county, subsequently attended McDonald Academy, and Westminster College, New Wilmington, Lawrence county, and finally entered Allegheny Theological College. He was ordained June 29, 1890, but took charge of the Glade Run church May 18, of the same year, where he has since been engaged in the duties of the ministry. Mr. McCalmont was married June 5, 1890, to Miss Leoline Donaldson, a daughter of Jacob M. Donaldson, of Washington county, and has two children: Howard D., and Mary Mildred. Since coming to Butler county he has won the respect and confidence of the people of this community, and stands well both as a citizen and a minister of the gospel.

History of Butler County, 1895, pages 935-936 


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