From Charles County, MD Revolutionary War Records:
1. Thomas Kellow, "Sr." (this is Thomas Hide/Hyde Kellow). "Took Oath of Allegiance 1778 (AA-641)". Was a resident of Port Tobacco East Hundred 1778. In a 1780 deposition (DD-14) his age was noted as "about 86" therefore he was born about 1694 and could have been a son of John Kellow and Mary Hide/Hyde of a MD 1697 Probate Record.
2. Thomas Kellow, Jr. Private Maryland Militia, 12th Battalion, Captain John Hanson's Company in 1777 (ref. M-159 mistakenly listed as "Kellon"). He was a resident of Port Tobacco East Hundred in 1778...he was married 1782 to Ann Boswell in Charles County.
3. William Kellow. Private, Maryland Militia, 12th Battalion, Captain John Hanson's Company in 1777. He was a Private about 9 months, then Corporal. Part of 1st Maryland Line by September 11, 1778. Took Oath of Allegiance 1778, and was resident Port Tobacco East Hundred, 1778. Sergeant 1st Maryland Line 1780, killed March 15, 1781.
4. Jesse Boswell. Also in MD Militia, "in 1821 he was 66 years old with wife Mary who was age 44 (born 1777), and daughters aged 10, 7, and 5." Jesse married Mary "Kelough" on December 24, 1809 in York District, SC. Mary was his second wife...was she a daughter of William maybe?
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