MEMOIRS OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA Vol. 1
Northwestern Historical Association, Madison, Wis., 1904
THOMAS DAVID MacCLOSKEY, of Pittsburgh, Pa., a prominent attorney and counselor-in-law, with offices in the Bank for Savings building, was born in Somerville, Mass., Jan. 7, 1873, son of THOMAS and ABIGAIL (WARNOCK), MacCLOSKEY, both natives of the Bay State and now residing at Somerville...He graduated from Harvard law school in 1899 with the degree of bachelor of laws. He was admitted to the bar of the supreme court of Massachusetts in the fall of 1899, and after a practice of a few months in Boston and Somerville, removed to Pittsburgh, where he was admitted to the bar of Allegheny County in September, 1900...He is a leading member of the North Presbyterian Church of Allegheny City...He resides in the second ward of Allegheny City and is well known in both cities.
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