I have a question about the Pennsylvania Kellows and the census record you mentioned in the posted message that I'm replying to. Do you know if Moses Kellow had a son named William that would have been old enough to fight in the Civil War? Or maybe a brother? I had a kind soul e-mail me a tip over the holidays that there was an eBay auction of an original Civil War photo of a William Kellow. I got his message too late to make a bid or find more out. He had e-mailed me since he saw that I had a William Kellow ancestor in the War. Anyway, my ancestor fought with the 47th Tennessee CSA, while the eBay photo was described as William Kellow of the 35th Pennsylvania. I was able to snatch and save the photo electronically (front and back), so let me know (or if anyone else is interested) and I'll e-mail it to you. Maybe you'll recognize some family likeness. The dealer of the photo was from New Bern, NC, which is about where my ancestor was captured in the War before being paroled in 1865. Makes me wonder...I guess I should try and find the roles of the 35th PA too.
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