Title: A century and a half of Pittsburg and her people / by John Newton Boucher ; illustrated. Vol. 2. Author: Boucher, John Newton, 1854-1933.
Pg. 433 MRS. WILLIAM DARLINGTON, of Guyasuta, author, is a granddaughter of GENERAL O’HARA.MRS. DARLINGTON is pre-eminently literary in her tastes, and has written “Fort Pitt and Fort Duquesne,” “The Journal of Christopher Gist,” which was edited in conjunction with her husband, and she has also translated several works from the French.
Her three children, MRS. SAMUEL A. AMMON, MISS MINNIE DARLINGTON, and MR. O’HARA, are well known in Pittsburgh, the former because of the deep interest she has taken in the less fortunate members of the human family throughout the country.
The father, MR. WILLIAM DARLINGTON, who died some years since, collected one of the largest private libraies in Pennsylvania.Early records of Western Pennsylvania and American history in general was his special theme for study and collection.