KELLOGG, Martin [1686-1753] -- American colonist, Capt.
Captured by the Indians in the 1704 sack of Deerfield, MA,
and carried off with his father and 3 siblings to Canada,
he and several others managed to escape and made their way back to
He was captured again (1708) and
again escaped and, in a particularly harrowing adventure
(according to family tradition)
involving a rattlesnake,
returned to his family.
| Captured in Sack of Deerfield |
| Escapes from Montreal |
| Captured while scouting in VT |
- Half-brother: ¤KELLOGG, Joseph [1691-1756] American colonist, Indian Captive, Interpreter & Guide, Explorer & Soldier