A farmer, he lived for a long time in Cecil Co., Md. He later managed the family farm in Little Britain, Penn. During the Revolutionary War, he served with the Lancaster, Penn., militia under Capt. Robert Campbell in 1776 and in the Little Britain
Twp., Lancaster Co., Militia, Third Co., Sixth Bt., under Capt. John Duncan in 1780. He was in Montgomery Co., Ky., in 1800. An ancient copy of his will, dated 28 OCT 1783 and probated 2 MAY 1785, Little Britain Twp., Lancaster Co., Penn., is in
existence. Eight children of David II are listed: James, Mary, Jean, David III, Thomas, John, Samuel and Ebenezer; there were possibly more.
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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,
by Zora (Killough) Cunningham. Visit the Killough Reunion Association Home Page.