From Pittsburgh Streets

"Thompson McClintock." Obituaries. Pittsburgh Press, Jan. 22, 1940, p. 16. 141358496.

Thompson McClintock

Thompson McClintock, the last of four brothers who comprised Oliver McClintock & Co., carpet and rug firm in downtown Pittsburgh for half a century, died Saturday in Washington in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Moran. He was 92.

The body will be brought to Pittsburgh for burial. Arrangements for the funeral will be completed upon arrival of the body tomorrow from Washington.

Other brothers in the firm were Walter and Frank, the latter dying in 1926. Oliver died about 20 years ago and Walter some years earlier.

The firm maintained a large establishment for many years in lower Fifth Ave. and later in Liberty Ave., near Sixth St.

Thompson McClintock retired from business in 1900, and since then had made his home in the east, principally in Philadelphia and Washington. He was born in the Perrysville Avenue District of Old Allegheny and received his early education here, later graduating from Yale.

He was the husband of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Dows McClintock, formerly of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.