I'll keep looking around.Webatuck is in Dover, Dutchess County, and was part of Pawling untill 1803.Webatuck is at the North end of the area served by the Oblong Meeting house.Quaker Hill, the actual location of the meeting house is south of us and in Pawling. As I said, the Oblong Meeting house is about 3 miles south of us, Pawling town is about 2-3 miles further south and the end of the Quaker settlement was a few miles south of that.It is all in the area called "The Oblong". (The Oblong is the name given to an approximately 2 mile wide swath of land along the Connecticut-New York border that was awarded to New York in exchange for land along the Long Island Sound that had been settled by Connecticut colonists, due to a mix up in the location of the boundry. It was also called the "Equivalent Land".Webatuck and this house are within the Oblong. The exchange of land that made the Oblong part of New York, was essentially completed in 1731, but both the New York Colonial Government and the Crown (British Government) granted patents in the territory and the resulting dispute was only settled by the Revolutionary War.The land swap was not officially ratified by the New York Legislature until the 1860's.The availability of lands for sale in the Oblong was announced in the Quaker Meeting Houses throughout New England and, about 1732, people started to settle in the Oblong.)The town of Pawling is not in the Oblong, Quaker Hill is.
In the Oblong MM records the father of Samuel Kelly is Wing Kelly, not surprizing that their name would be spelled in various ways. It is very likely that Samuel Kelly and Margaret Hoag moved away from here in the late 1790's, lots of folks did.The Quakers had a lot of problems at that time. That's probably why the birth records are missing.
I also have genealogical connections to the Wing family, they may have some information.For many years they havepublished a newsletter called the OWL that contains a lot of genealogical info. (I'm elegible for the Mayflower Society because of an analysis published in the OWL.)They may have an index that could provide some clues for you.