- ABT 1745 - Birth - ; Co. Armaugh, Ireland
- 1819 - Burial - ; Lick Run Presbyterian Church
- 6 SEP 1819 - Death - ; Jacksonville, Centre Co, PA
- Nobility Title - Rev.
From History of Centre County, p. 342:
The first permanent settler in this immediate neighborhood was Thomas Wilson, who commenced an improvement on the place lately owned by Hon. William Smyth as early as 1785. Thomas McCalmont followed him as early as 1787, and settled on the improvement commenced by the McEwens. That Mr. McCalmont was among the first settlers, and that he had but few neighbors, even years after, is evident from the (act that he was obliged with his own hands to dig the grave
of his son James, as also to perform most of the other funeral solemnities. This is believed to have been the first death that occurred in the valley, and the body of James McCalmont the first that was interred beneath its clay. (1790)
Re: James McCalmont - died 1780s Franklin Co
Posted by: carl McCalmant (ID *****7897) Date: November 14, 2004 at 18:17:02
In Reply to: Re: James McCalmont - died 1780s Franklin Co by Lynn van Rooijen
I don't have much on Mary Guilford born in 1754 and died May 7, 1803. Thomas McCalmont IV Married her first in 1773 in Cumberland Co. He married 2ed Sarah McEwen abt. 1804.
My line is Rev. Thomas McCalmont (McCallmon)abt.1641,Robert(1)abt. 1677, Robert(2)abt. 1700, Robert(3)abt. 1755, Robert McCalmant(4) 1811, Elisha 1848, Charles 1905, and me Carl McCalmant 1937.
Good by for now carl