Macclintock, Samuel, Dd
Macclintock, Samuel, D.D.
a Congregational minister, was born May 1, 1732, at Medford, Mass.; graduated at Princeton in 1751, and in 1756 was ordained pastor in Greenland, N. H., where he labored until his death, April 27, 1804, excepting only the Revolutionary period, when he acted as chaplain. He was a participant in the battle of Bunker Hill, and figures prominently in Trumbull's picture of that great event. He published A Sermon on the Justice of God in the Mortality of Man (1759): — The Artifices of Deceivers detected, and Christians warned against them, a sermon (1770): — Herodias, or Cruelty and Revenge the Effects of unlawful Pleasure, a sermon (1772): — A Sermon at the Commencement of the new Constitution of New Hampshire (1784): — An Epistolary Correspondence with Rev. John C. Ogden (1791): — The Choice, a sermon (1798): — An Oration commemorative of Washington (1800). See Sprague, Annals, 1:525; Christian Examiner, 1844, p. 404.