The Poughkeepsie Journal has a story about the 250th anniversary of the historic Colden House in Montgomery, N.Y., and mentions John Fell and his son and daughter and explains why the Coldens remained loyal to the king of England.
John Fell's house on Franklin Turnpike in Allendale is a historic site; he once owned the marsh that is now the Celery Farm Natural Area -- a.k.a. Wolf Swamp and Fell's Meadows back then.
Cadwallader Colden Sr. was a member of the governor’s council, then lieutenant governor of the Province of New York, and acted as governor several times during the 1760s and 1770s.
The link is here.