I meant Caleb was from North Castle, not Othniel. According to the History of Westchester I sent you, Othniel was a principal proprietor of Bedford New Purchase. His son Caleb removed to North Castle.All I know about Caleb and Othniel is contained in that history and in Wilson, but if I come upon more information, I will pass it on.
I did get another couple of hours at the Westchester Archives today.There is only one Jeremiah Dodge whose will was probated there (i.e. after 1775 when the probate records commence). Jeremiah Dodge, resident of New Castle, had a will probated 6/18/1820. His wife is not named but the children were Silas, Levi and Richard. There is no indication that this is the loyalist you seek.There is also a Robert Dodge, resident of New Castle, whose will was probated on 4/23/1818. His wife was Sarah and his sons were Samuel, Thomas, Jeremiah, and Joseph. This may be the father of the Jeremia who died a couple of years later, as this Joseph was an executor of the 1820 probate mentioned above. There are no other old Dodges who had wills probated in Westchester. However, there was a Jeremiah Dodge, resident of Cayuga County, NY, for whom letters of administration were issued 9/2/1827 in Westhchester County.
That's all I have for now. I checked the Harrison genealogy file but it had nothing of interest and there are no interesting Harrisons in the Westchester will index. I should have more information when I have time to do some research in Manhattan.