Calvert, Henry a Scotch clergyman, a native of England, was admitted in 1629 assistant minister at Broadisland, Scotland, and afterwards at Oldstone, Ireland, where he was deposed by the bishop of Down, in 1636, for refusing to subscribe to the canvass. He returned to Scotland, and was presented to the living at Paisley in 1641. He found the charge a heavy one, and got an assistant minister appointed, which laid the foundation for a second charge in the town. He was disabled by gout in 1647, and died June 22, 1653. See Fasti Eccles. Scoticance, ii, 196.