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David Rolandis McClintick
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Birth: Feb. 10, 1848
Belleville
Mifflin County
Pennsylvania, USA
Death: Jan. 19, 1929
Blair County
Pennsylvania, USA

AGED WAR VETERAN
PNEUMONIA VICTIM
David Rolandis McClintock ex-
pires at home in Tyrone.
Was one of six remaining
G. A. R. members.

With the death of David Rolandis
McClintock in Tyrone on Saturday, the
Col. D.M. Jones post of the Grand
Army of the Republic lost one of the
six remaining members, reducing
the once numerous membership of
that organization to five.
Mr. McClintock died in the home of
his daughter, Mrs. R.R. Reinschmidt,
Pennsylvania Avenue and Fourteenth
Street, Saturday at 2:20 pm., death
being attributed to pneumonia. He
attended a meeting of the G. A. R.
post on Saturday, Jan 12, and was
re-elected to the post of adjutant and
installed the post officers. Sunday
morning he was taken ill with a heart
attack and on Monday developed pneu-
monia and his condition became crit-
ical at once.
Mr. McClintock had been spending
his winters in Florida for some years,
and had planned to leave shortly for
St. Petersburg. He was born Feb. 10,
1848 at Belleville, Mifflin County,
and on Dec 28, 1868, was united in mar-
riage with Lydia Ann Brindle, who died
Feb 28, 1912 (really 1914).
He had resided in Tyrone for more than
40 years.
Surviving are the following children:
Emmett of St. Petersburg, Fla.
J. Harry of Tyrone, and Mrs. Rudolf
R. Reinschmidt of Tyrone, whom
he made his home, and three brothers
and sisters, J. D. McClintock of Bells-
ville, C. V. McClintock of Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma, Mrs. Margaret Walker
and Mrs. S.G. Stackpole of Lewistown.
He was an active member of the
First Methodist Church and the men's
Bible study and the G. A. R. post of
which he was commander for many
years. He later held the post of ad-
jundt, being re-elected the day before
he was taken ill. He as an exemplary
Christian and worker in the church
and community. Before retiring he was
employed as a patrolman by the Penn-
sylvania Railroad company.
Mr. McClintock enlisted at Belleville,
in Company A, 20th Regiment of the
2nd brigade of the 3rd division of the
Union army, ___ of 28th of 1861.
He served his country faithfully till
honorably discharged from the service
on Jun 2, 1863. He was active in the
work of Colonel D. M. Jones post ever
since it was organized.
Furneral services will be conducted
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in
the First Methodist church of Tyrone,
in charge of his pastor, Robert J.
Allen. Interment will be made in the
family plot in the Grandview Cemetery.

- thanks to Brett Blaird for this newpaper obituary.


other children:
John Edward McClintock

 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  James McClintick (1815 - 1861)
  Catherine Isenberg McClintic (1821 - 1897)
 
 Spouse:
  Lydia Ann Brindle McClintick (1848 - 1914)*
 
 Children:
  Emory Ellsworth McClintock (1869 - 1936)*
  James Harry McClintock (1871 - 1951)*
  Elsie M. McClintock (1878 - 1889)*
  Edna Elizabeth McClintock Ake (1884 - 1917)*
  Verna Virginia McClintick Reinschmidt (1890 - 1979)*
 
 Siblings:
  Joseph Henderson McClintic (1846 - 1915)*
  David Rolandis McClintick (1848 - 1929)
  George V McClintic (1849 - 1937)*
  John David McClintic (1854 - 1936)*
  Margaret Ann McClintic Walker (1857 - 1938)*
  Sarah Elizabeth McClintic Stackpole (1862 - 1957)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Grandview Cemetery
Tyrone
Blair County
Pennsylvania, USA
 
Created by: L Evans
Record added: Sep 28, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97919520
David Rolandis McClintick
Added by: Brian J. Ensley
 
David Rolandis McClintick
Added by: Brian J. Ensley
 
David Rolandis McClintick
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CIVIL WAR VETERAN - Thank you for your service, it is appreciated & not forgotten.
- L Evans
 Added: Mar. 8, 2015
 
 
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