Kellogg

 

The surname Kellogg is found in England early in the sixteenth century, and there are differences of opinion as to its origin.

Some think the name comes from two Gaelic words meaning lake and cemetery, making it a place name. The earliest record of the family is in Debden, County Essex, England, where in January 1525, Nicholas Kellogg was taxed. William Kellogg was also on the tax list.

There were many ways of spelling the name, among them Cellidge, Kellock, Killhog, Kelhogge, Kellogue, Cologe, Calaug, Collidge, Cellog, and many others. Great Leigh and Braintree being the seat of different branches, probably of the same family.

 

Early Connections of the Kellogg Family

Nicholas Kellogg was born about 1488, and married Florence, daughter of William Hall. He was buried in Debden, May 17, 1558, and she was buried there November 8, 1571.

Children: William, buried in Saffron Walden, February 2, 1578; Thomas, lived in Debden, probably ancestor of the American immigrant mentioned below.

(I) Phillippe Kellogg, probably son of Thomas Kellogg, mentioned above, lived in 1583 in Bocking, County Essex, England, a parish adjoining Braintree. On September 15, that year his son Thomas was baptized there. Two years later he was found in Great Leigh, where his daughter Annis was buried in 1611. He may have had two wives.

Children: Thomas, baptized September 15, 1583; Annis, buried May 25, 1611; Robert, baptized in Great Leigh, November 14, 1585, removed to Braintree and was buried there January 18, 1666; Mary, baptized February 16, 1588; Prudence, baptized March 20, 1592; Martin, baptized November 23, 1595, mentioned below; Nathaniel, died in New England without issue; John, Jane and Rachael.

(II) Martin, son of Phillippe Kellogg, was baptized in Great Leigh, November 23, 1595, died at Braintree in 1671. He was a weaver or cloth worker, and resided in Great Leigh and Braintree. His will was dated May 20, 1671. He married, in St. Michael's, Bishops Stortford, County Hertford, October 22, 1621, Prudence Bird, who died before him.

Children: John; Nathaniel, baptized March 12, 1624; Joseph, baptized April 1, 1626, mentioned below; Sarah, baptized February 1, 1628; Daniel, baptized February 6, 1630, removed to New England; Samuel, removed to New England; Martin.

(III) Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg, son of Martin Kellogg, was baptized at Great Leigh, County Essex, England, April 1, 1626, died in 1707. He was the immigrant ancestor, and settled in Farmington, Connecticut, where he was living in 1651. He and his wife joined the church October 9, 1653. He sold his house lot in 1655 and removed about 1657 to Boston. On October 19, 1659, he bought of Peter Oliver his dwelling house on the street to Roxbury.

 He sold his property June 13, 1661, to John Witherden. This lot of land is now occupied by the Advertiser Building on Washington Street. He paid ce 700 for it at one time. He removed to Hadley, and the town made an agreement with him in 1661 to keep the ferry between Hadley and Northampton. He built his house on a small home lot, which had been reserved by the town for a ferry lot. He was given leave also to entertain travelers. In 1677, the town voted to pay him ce 40 for the loss of his team, which had been impressed for the country's service, and for ferriage for soldiers. He and his son John and grandson John kept this ferry until 1758, almost a century. Stephen Codman, who married his daughter, kept it still later. The last name of the ferry was Goodman's Ferry.

Joseph Kellogg was selectman of Hadley many years. In 1686, he was on a committee to lay out lands, and for the purchase of Swampfield from the Indians. He and his sons had grants of land in Hadley. He was sergeant of the military company in 1663, and May 9, 1678, was appointed ensign of the foot company. In October 7 of the same year he was made lieutenant, serving until 1692. He was in command as sergeant of the Hadley troops in the famous Turner's Falls fight, May 18, 1675.

 His will is dated June 7, 1707, and proved February 4, 1708, giving the year of his death. He married (first) probably in England, Joanna (???), who died in Hadley, September 14, 1666; (second) Abigail Terry, born in Windsor, Connecticut, September 21, 1646, daughter of Stephen Terry, the immigrant. Her will was dated May 29, 1717, and proved October 31, 1726. His wife Abigail was before the court in 1673 for wearing silk, contrary to the law, but was acquitted. It was shown at the trial that her husband's estate was below the ce 200 necessary to allow her to wear "gold or silver lace, gold or silver buttons," etc.

Children of first wife: (Joanna) Elizabeth, born in Farmington, March 5, 1651, died young; Joseph, August 11, 1653; Nathaniel, baptized October 29, 1654, died young; John, baptized December 29, 1656; Martin, born in Boston, November 22, 1658; Edward, October 1, 1660; Samuel, September 28, 1662; Joanna, December 8, 1664; Sarah, third daughter of Joseph and Joanna Kellogg, was born August 27, 1666, in Hadley, and became the wife of Samuel Ashley of Westfield, Massachusetts.

Children of second wife: (Abigail) Stephen, April 9, 1668; Nathaniel, October 8, 1669; Abigail, October 9, 1671; Elizabeth, October 9, 1673; Prudence, October 14, 1675; Ebenezer, November 22, 1677; Jonathan, December 25. 1679; Daniel, March 22, 1682; Joseph, May 13, 1684; Daniel, June 10, 1686; Ephraim, January 2, 1687, died young.

My Direct Line

Generation No. 6

59. Nathaniel Kellogg* was born October 08, 1669 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts and died October 30, 1750 in Amherst, Hampshire, Massachusetts. He married Sarah Boltwood* June 28, 1692 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, daughter of Samuel Boltwood and Sarah Lewis.

Child of Nathaniel Kellogg* and Sarah Boltwood*:

+ 140 iii. Ezekiel Kellogg*, born April 15, 1697 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 7

140. Ezekiel Kellogg* was born April 15, 1697 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts. He married Elizabeth Partridge in 1723 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, daughter of Samuel Partridge and Mary Cotton.

Child of Ezekiel Kellogg* and Elizabeth Partridge:

+ 266 vii. Samuel Kellogg*, born February 01, 1739 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts; died in Sangerfield, New York.

Generation No. 8

266. Samuel Kellogg* was born February 01, 1739 in Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts, and died in Sangerfield, New York. He married (1) Lucy Snow*, Abt. 1769, daughter of Jacob Snow* and Abigail Wyman*, of Woburn, Mass. He married (2) Sally Fisk April 22, 1805 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts.

Child of Samuel Kellogg* and Lucy Snow*:

+ 307 ii. Samuel Kellogg*, died May 26, 1859 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 9

307. Samuel Kellogg* died May 26, 1859 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts. He married Susannah Felton* July 28, 1791 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts, daughter of James Felton* and Sarah Houlton*.

Child of Samuel Kellogg* and Susannah Felton*:

+ 362 viii. Susan Kellogg*, born June 18, 1804 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts; died April 09, 1854 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 10

362. Susan Kellogg* was born June 18, 1804 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts, and died April 09, 1854 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts. She married (1) Josiah Beaman Marks December 30, 1828 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts. She married (2) William Remington*, July 01, 1840 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts.

Child of Susan Kellogg* and William Remington*:

+ 403 ii. Samuel Kellogg Remington*, born March 21, 1843 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts; died January 28, 1916 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 11

403. Samuel Kellogg Remington* was born March 21, 1843 in New Salem, Franklin, Massachusetts, and died January 28, 1916 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts. He married Ellen Maria Warren, September 15, 1871 in Brighton, Suffolk, Massachusetts, daughter of Joseph Warren* and Charlotte Moody*.

Child of Samuel Remington* and Ellen Warren:

+ 423 ii. Charles Francis Remington*, born December 11, 1872 in Brighton, Suffolk, Massachusetts; died February 13, 1940 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.

Generation No. 12

423. Charles Francis Remington* was born December 11, 1872 in Brighton, Suffolk, Massachusetts, and died February 13, 1940 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He married Fannie Menchin* November 22, 1897 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, daughter of Charles Menchin* and Mary Bryant*.

Child of Charles Remington* and Fannie Menchin* is:
+ 443 i. Lester Menchin Remington*, born November 18, 1899 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died May 14, 1972 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California.

Generation No. 13

443. Lester Menchin Remington* was born November 18, 1899 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died May 14, 1972 in San Jose, Santa Clara, California. He married Eugenia Louisa Coney* March 14, 1920 in Arlington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, daughter of John Coney* and Mary Williams.

Child of Lester Remington* and Eugenia Coney* is:

+ 450 i. Louise Mary Remington*, born January 31, 1921 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts; died May 11, 1982 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma.

Generation No. 14

450. Louise Mary Remington* was born January 31, 1921 in Woburn, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died May 11, 1982 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. She married (1) Ralph F. Spencer, Jr. November 19, 1938 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. She married (2) James Carlton April 27, 1940 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. She married (3) Othar Lee Kirtley* March 12, 1943 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, son of George Kirtley* and Verdie Carter. She married (4) Kenneth Leroy Hocker May 06, 1946 in San Diego, California. She married (5) William Robert Hull September 03, 1954 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. She married (6) Carl Lee Seeberger December 31, 1960 in El Reno, Canadian, Oklahoma.

Child of Louise Remington* and Othar Kirtley* is:

+ 457 i. Mary Jean Kirtley*

Generation No. 15

457. Mary Jean Kirtley* She married (1) Charles Stafford Withers* October 09, 1961 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, son of Robert Withers* and France Weast*. She married (2) Danny Leo Davis* September 05, 1962 in Welling, Oklahoma, son of John Davis* and Bessie Tyner*.

Child of Mary Kirtley* and Charles Withers* is:

+ 469 i. Toni Lea Davis*

Generation No. 16

469. Toni Lea Davis* Lasseter - (Birth name - Withers, Adopted Name - Davis)

* - indicates direct line

 


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