McCalla, Daniel D.D., a Congregational minister, was born at Neshaminy, Pa., in 1748; graduated at Princeton College, N. J., in 1766; was licensed to preach July 20, 1772; taught an academy in Philadelphia; was ordained pastor of New Providence and Charleston, Pa., in 1774; acted as chaplain in the Revolutionary War; taught afterwards an academy in Hanover County, Va.; and was finally twenty-one years minister at Wappetaw, S. C. He died April 6, 1809. See Hollinghead, Sermons and Essays of 1). MlcCalla (1810, 2 vols.); also Drake, Dict. of Amer. Biog. s.v.