Prior to 1742, he settled in Cumberland County and was an elder of the Middle Spring Presbyterian Church, which is near Shippensburg, Cumberland Co., PA. This family lived on a road along a ridge by the "Allegheny path." In 1742 he was an elder of
the Big Spring Presbyterian Church in Franklin Co., just across the county line. On November 9, 1784, a large portion of Cumberland County was designated Franklin County. While pastors were in charge of temporal affairs, elders settled disputes of
land rights and disputes involving character. His will was written 03 MAY 1784 and probated 11 APR 1785, Franklin Co., PA. In her will, dated 07 MAY 1785, Hannah says that she is living with her grandson David, who was a son of her daughter Jean
Killough Campbell. Her will was probated 13 JAN 1786. Birth dates are not known for Jean, John, Francis, Allen, Jr., Elizabeth, Rebeckah and Hannah; therefore listed order here is in the order listed in Allen and Hannah's wills.
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Reunion Association, founded in 1867.
The information in this database is based primarily from: The Killough/Kellough Family in Ireland,
Canada and The United States,
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