He was a farmer. In 1785, Francis sold the family farm in Cumberland Co., PA, and moved to Washington Co., PA., on the western edge of the state, where he died a year later. His family went on to settle in Bourbon Co., KY, where she is listed as a
widow in the 1790 tax lists. Her brother James was with her in Washington Co., PA, and later mentions her as Margaret Wilson in his will in Fayette Co., KY. She was forted at Bryan's Station with her family to escape from the Indians. Francis and
his family followed the Covenanter form of the Presbyterian Church. It was a stricter view of the Bible than was the other form of Presbyterianism. Francis and Margaret had five children: James, John, Parker, Mary, Hannah, as well as raising John and
Margaret's children, Allen and Rebecca.
This page is provided by The Kalloch Family Home Page, Website of The Kalloch Family
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,
by Zora (Killough) Cunningham. Visit the Killough Reunion Association Home Page.