From the "1903 Kellogg Book": William Kellogg b abt 1743; was bap 1749 in Sunderland, Mass., a son of Ephraim Kellogg and Lydia Sawtelle. Ephraim d in the army during the French-Indian War in 1758. William mrd Bathsheba Karley. He d in Ferrisburg, VT in 1802 and she d abt 1816. They res in Hatfield, Mass., where their older children were b; rem after 1778 to Rutland, VT, where he enlisted in 2nd Conn., Regt 5 Dec 1778. He bought land in Rutland 13 July 1790. Children: William (1768-1774); Josiah b 1770 in Hatfield, mrd 1-Clarissa Alford 2-Sarah Fox; Solomon b 1773 mrd Vashiti Hobbs; William b 1779 in Rutland, mrd Sarah Cousins; Lydia b 1784 in Rutland, mrd Samuel Gage. In the Muster Roll of General Swift’s Regt, William (bap 1749) is described as 5 ft-6 inches; hair brown; complexion dark. At same time his children: Josiah age 10, enlisted as a fifer and Solomon age 7 as a drummer. Josiah had a farm in Ferrisburg called the Webster farm. He rem in 1834 to Ohio to live with dau Rachel and d 1847/48. In the Muster Roll for the 2nd Conn., Rgt he is desc as 9 years-6 mos, 4 ft-9 inches, light hair and complexion. His name appears in a casualty list dtd 1 Jan 1781. He also served in the War of 1812 for 18 mos when he was disch for lameness. He had 9 children. Solomon d 1828 and Vashiti in 1836. He was a farmer in Ferrisburg; rem from Rindge, NH to Rutland, VT and then to Ferrisburg. At age 7 enl as a drummer in Col Seth Warner’s Rgt; later transf to Swift’s Conn Rgt and cont’d for 3 yrs to close of War. He had 11 children. The 2nd Conn., Rgt was formed from men (and boys) from a wide area incl Conn., Mass., NH, etc. I find no mention of a Killingly, Conn., pertaining to the family. There is additional info and ancestry and descendants.