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Lewis Kellogg

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Birth  22 May 1836  Oswego County, New York 
Sex  Male 
Died  UNKNOWN  Unknown 
Person ID  I044  Hanna 
Last Modified  30 Jul 2005 
 
Father  David Kellogg, b. UNKNOWN, Unknown 
Mother  Harriette Loomis, b. UNKNOWN, England 
Group Sheet  F013  Hanna 
 
Family 1  Anna Fish, b. 23 Dec 1838, Warren County, Pennsylvania 
Married  23 Dec 1858 
Children 
 1. Edward M. Kellogg, b. 1860, WI
 2. Carrie Kellogg, b. 1865, WI
 3. Lyman L. Kellogg, b. UNKNOWN, Unknown
Group Sheet  F025  Hanna 
 
Family 2  Anna Fish, b. 23 Dec 1838, Warren County, Pennsylvania 
Married  23 Dec 1858 
Children 
 1. Charles Whitt, b. Abt 1823, KY
 2. Edward M. Kellogg, b. 1860, WI
 3. Carrie Kellogg, b. 1865, WI
 4. Lyman L. Kellogg, b. UNKNOWN, Unknown
Group Sheet  F1  Hanna 
 
Notes 
  • LEWIS KELLOGG
    LEWIS KELLOGG, a farmer and stockraiser of Clay Township, has been a resident of Shelby County, Iowa, since 1868. He was born in Oswego County, New York, near the place where Oswego now stands, May 22, 1836. His father, David Kellogg, was a native of Connecticut; his mother, Harriette (Loomis) Kellogg, was born in England, and emigrated to America with her parents when she was ten years old. Lewis Kellogg was two years old when his parents removed to Allegheny County, New York; there he lived until he was eighteen years old, spending his time in farm work, and in attending the common schools. When he was seventeen years of age his mother died, and the following year the family went to Wisconsin, settling in Grant County, near Boscobel. Mr. Kellogg was united in marriage December 23, 1858, to Annar Fish, a native of Warren County, Pennsylvania, and a daughter of Mason Fish (deceased). At Lincoln's call for 300,000 men in the late Rebellion, Mr. Kellogg enlisted in the Twentieth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Company C. He served nine months, and was honorably discharged; he took part in the battle of Prairie Grove. After returning from the war he lived in Wisconsin until 1868, when he came to Shelby County and settled on 160 acres of wild land, which he has improved and brought to a high state of cultivation. He has a comfortable dwelling, a good barn, and cribs, and has planted an orchard and a grove. Mr. Kellogg devotes his time exclusively to farming and stock-raising, and has been successful in these pursuits. Three children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg -- Ed. M. resides in Clay Township, where he owns a good farm; Clara, wife of Christ Olson, resides in Cass County, Iowa; Lyman L. lives in Shelby County. In politics Mr. Kellogg zealously supports the Republican party. He is a member of Grove Lodge, No. 492, A. F. & A. M., of Marne, Iowa. He was made a Mason at Avoca, Iowa, and at one time was a member of Parian Lodge, No. 321.

    Source: 1889 Biographical History of Shelby County, Iowa, pp. 607-608
 
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