KELLOGG Family Outline Descent Tree(s) (ODT)
Name formsKellock, Kellodge, Kellog, Kellogg, Kellouge, Kellug, Kelodg, Kelog, Killoch, Killock
OriginEnglish, Irish, Welsh :
English: derived from the Middle English words kellen and hog, meaning to kill and pig. The name was given to those who butchered hogs.
Irish: transformation of Kelly.
Welsh: uncertain etymology. Possibly derived from the Welsh word ceiliog, meaning cock.
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|KELLOG, Daniel [1630-1688] – American colonial immigrant ::> CT: Norwalk founders (1649) ::> KELL1 10GGFa|
[1813-1887] – American botanist
He was a brother of George, ¤ and uncle of Clara Louise Kellogg. ¤ He attended Wilbraham academy, Mass., removed to Kentucky and was graduated from the Transylvania university, M.D., in 1834. He travelled in the western states, and made the earliest scientific description of the big trees of California, which appeared in 1845 in John C. Frémont's "Report of the Exploring Expedition to the Rocky Mountains in 1842 and to Oregon and North California in the years 1843-44." Mr. Kellogg explored the republic of Texas with John J. Audubon, at the time of its annexation to the United States, and later made botanical explorations along the western coast of America from Terra del Fuego, to Alaska. In 1867 he visited Alaska in the capacity of botanist of the special expedition under Prof. George Davidson, of the U.S. coast survey, and made large collections of the plants of the coast region, of which he furnished complete collections to the Smithsonian Institution, the Philadelphia Academy of Sciences, and the California Academy of Sciences, of which last he was a founder. He contributed largely to scientific journals and to state and national reports. His more important work consists of beautifully drawn figures of the West American Oaks (1889), and at the time of his death he had in preparation a similar series, of the West American Pines. He died in Alameda, Cal., March 31, 1887. BDNA
KELLOGG, Barzillai Bulkley
[1818-1882] – American legislator
Member of CT Senate from 11° district, 1858.
|KELLOGG, Clara Louise [1842-1916] – American diva KELL44 7C5|
KELLOGG, Clement Augustus
[1825-1913] – American inventor (mowing machine knife grinder)
Invented the first hand corn planter, pruning shears, and the mowing machine knife grinder, that grinds the knives without requiring removal from the cutter bar.
|KELLOGG, Edward [1790-1858] – American economist KELL313 3C8|
|KELLOGG, Florentine Erwin [1816-1889] – American pioneer to California KELL1181 5C7|
KELLOGG, Francis William
[1810-1879] – American lumberman and politician
He first attracted public attention by his earnest appeals in the temperance cause. In later life he carried his labors into Canada. In 1852 he made a tour of England, lecturing in one place thirty successive nights [...] In the Fremont campaign of 1856 was [elected] a member of the Legislature. In 1858 he was elected to Congress from Western Michigan and was re-elected in 1860 and '62. After the close of the [Civil] war he was appointed Collector of Internal Revenue for the District of Alabama; represented the Mobile District in the Fortieth Congress. ["Kelloggs in the Old World and the New, The" (3 vol)]
|KELLOGG, Frank Billings [1856-1937] – American lawyer, politician, diplomat, Nobel Peace Prize KELL463 8C4|
[1812-1901] – American inventor (chain manufacture) and manufacturer
He was graduated from Wesleyan university, Middletown, Conn., in 1837, and was married, Aug. 25, 1837, to Jane Elizabeth Crosby of Middletown. He was principal of Sumter academy, S.C., 1838-42; was a manufacturer of pins in Birmingham, Conn., 1842-44, and in that year invented the jack-chain machine, applied to the manufacture of well-chains. He went to England with the jack-chain, hook and eye, and pin machines in 1844 and established a manufactory of hooks and eyes with American machinery in Redditch, England. He engaged in the manufacture of surgical instruments at Birmingham, Conn., 1846-55, and in the latter year, in order to give his daughter, Clara Louise, the advantages of superior musical instruction, removed to New York city, where he was a manufacturer of dental supplies, l856-62. He was the defendant's expert in the suit of the Singer vs. the Grover & Baker and Wheeler & Wilson companies in 1857. He was U.S. revenue officer in New York, 1863-60, and was employed as plaintiff's expert in the phonographic copyright suit of Graham vs. Pitman in 1864. He accompanied his daughter to Europe in 1867 and in 1868 established in London a manufactory of hats. On his return he resided in Cold Springs, N.Y. He died in New Hartford, Conn., May 6, 1901. BDNA
KELLOGG, John Harvey, Dr.
[1852-1943] – American physician
[1691-1756] – American colonist, Indian Captive, Interpreter & Guide, Explorer & Soldier
[1686-1753] – American colonist, Capt.
[~1600-?] – American colonial immigrant
A founder of Hartford, CT (1636).
[1669-1708] – American colonial
He was among the first party of English captives taken by Indians and marched to Canada in the 19 Sep 1677 raid on Hatfield.
|KELLOGG, Samuel Henry, Rev. [1836-1899] – American missionary in India KELL1483 5C6|
|KELLOGG, Will Keith [1860-1951] – American businessman, breakfast cereals KELL586 6C7|
|THOMAS, George Henry, General [1816-1870] – American soldier KELL1056 5C7|
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