He may be called the ancestor of the Old South Branch of the family. Though his first two children stayed in Penn. with their parents and little is known of them, the other two sons, Isaac and John, and their numerous descendants fanned out over the
southern states as pioneers. They lived and moved together as a unit until the end of the Revolutionary War. From northeast Georgia, the children of Isaac Killough, who signed himself "The Planter", moved to Rutherford Co., Tenn. They were joined
for a time by the other major division of the Old South branch headed by his brother John. John later moved his family on to Livingston Co., Ky., though his children moved on to Ala., Tenn., Miss. and Texas.
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.