|Member of the U.S. House of Representatives|
from Pennsylvania's 3rd district
March 4, 1813 – August 2, 1813
|Preceded by||See below|
|Succeeded by||See below|
|Member of the Pennsylvania Senate|
|Member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives|
|Born||September 19, 1758|
Lebanon Township, Province of Pennsylvania, British America
|Died||January 22, 1836 (aged 77)|
Lebanon, Pennsylvania, U.S.
John Gloninger was born in Lebanon Township in the Province of Pennsylvania. He served as a subaltern officer in the Associaters during the Revolutionary War and later was in command of a battalion of militia. Upon the organization of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, he was appointed a lieutenant by the supreme executive council on May 6, 1785. He was a member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 1790. He resigned and served in the Pennsylvania State Senate from 1790 until 1792. He was appointed by Governor Thomas Mifflin as justice of the peace of Dauphin County on September 8, 1790. He was commissioned as associate judge on August 17, 1791, and upon the formation of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, he was commissioned on September 11, 1813, as one of the associate judges for that county.
Gloninger was elected as a Federalist to the Thirteenth Congress and until his resignation on August 2, 1813. He was again appointed associate judge of Lebanon County and died in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Interment in First Reformed Churchyard.
- United States Congress. "John Gloninger (id: G000241)". Biographical Directory of the United States Congress.
- The Political Graveyard