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Kalloch Family Obituaries -
In this section I'm linking each individual's obituary to their photo and to
other family members obituaries and photos in the Photo Album. Please help by sending copies of obituaries, photos, or any other biographical information that you would like to add
for an individual to webmaster at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note - All new
obituaries are now added directly to the deceased person's profile page
Kalloch Family Reunion Association Tree on Ancestry, you can find
them either listed under sources or in the person's media gallery.
Some of the newest obituaries for a given year are also posted in our
annual Kalloch Family
Kalloch & Killough Family History
Introducing the Kalloch Family - This is a pdf
of the booklet "Introducing the Kalloch Family" by Peter T. Richardson,
Early Killough/Kalloch History - Two talks given by historian
Dean R. Mayhew at the 1992, and 2000 Kalloch Reunions; also a link to the talk which Dean gave at the 1980 Kalloch
The Killough/Kelloch Connection - The "Ginger August" story from
the 1990 Kalloch Newsletter. Prior to this discovery by Ginger, the Kalloch connection with the Killoughs was
not known. Thanks to her we know that the original spelling of our Kalloch name was Killough, and we are able to
connect into the tree of Killough history with its roots back to Scotland.
Historical Background of the Killough Family
- By Stephen P. Killough. This has a lot of history about Scotland and Ireland, also a lot about the
Killoughs after they came to America and the Scotch-Irish in America.
Historical Introduction & Scotch-Irish Links - Historical
Introduction from the book "Killough/Kellough Family in Ireland, Canada and the United States," and a list of
Scotch-Irish (Ulster-Scots) history & culture links.
History of Our Name - Three articles about the history of our name
Kelloch/Kalloch and Killough/Kellough, (also Kellogg & Kellow).
The American Revolution - Kelloch's in the American
Good Old Days - Interesting story by Harold Kalloch about
growing up at the turn of the century at Wiley's Corner in St. George, Maine. Harold was a great uncle of
webmaster, Ken Kalloch. (Scroll up and down see photos of the family and their house).
Keller Family of West Rockport -
"Historic Clan Spans Two Centuries" - From the Camden Herald, 1/29/76.