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COMPILED BY THE LATE ALBERT CLAM, OF WASHINGTON. 



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910 I STKEET, N. W. WASUINOTON, D. a 

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I hsfe been proiii|)tod to eoDect and pnMisli the funil y vecofds found on tbe foDowti^ 
pages, prinfipallT to pieserre them to each persons as may tiaTe a special interoGi in tiieoi aK 
the present time, and to tibeir descoidanls of fatore geneiati<Mi& 

In some instanees. onlr jiaitial aoooonts of persons or families bare Deoi ooialned; bnt^ tb 
most cases, the fun name, date of birth, of maniage, and of decease, are giren in d^ail. 

Little is said of personal character, position in life, business pnrsnits, etc, as, in reference 
to a majority of persons, the necessary reliable inf cnmation for such purposes could not readily 
be procured. 

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GsoBGB Clark's descendants are traced in a direct line only through his son Gborob^ his 
grandson Geobgb, and great-grandson Hezekiah. Then follows a full family record of Pbcr 
Clask (youngest son of Hezekiah), his children, grandchildren, etc., and their intermarriages 
Some account is giyen of the family of Aabox Clabk (son of said Hezekiah) and of his son 
Aabon Clabk, Jr. 

Daioel Keixogo's record does little more than to show the direct line of descent throng 
his son Samuel and his grandson Efenetts, Sr. ; but giyes a full record of his great-grandson 
Jambs Kellogg, Sr., and his descendants. 

Edwasd Nash and descendants are given only through his son John, Sr., grandson John, 
Jr., great-grandson Ebwabd, and his great-great-grand-daughter Ltdia, who married Jambs 
Kellogg, St., Norember 4, 1779, at Norwalk, Connecticut, where the Nash £unily record 
doses. ' 

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GEORGE CIARK AND DESCENDANTS. 



The following genealogical sketches of George Clark, the planter, and his descendants 
were compiled from sundry published volumes of family records and from the church records 
of Milf ord and the Probate records at New Haven, Connecticut : 

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. 1. George Clark, the planter, with his wife Sarah and two children, emi- 
grated from England to America in the year A. D. 1637, in company with Rev. 
John Davenport and his congregation (from Kent and Surrey, near London,) to- 
gether with several other parties^ of wealth and respectability — the whole form- 
ing a considerable colony of persons, who, early in the year 1637, left England 
to escape persecution on account of their religious belief, and to take up their 
abode in the New World. They landed at Boston, in Massachusetts, where they 
remained about one year; but for several reasons Mr.- Davenport, Rev. Mr. 
Prudden, and their companions, decided to leave Boston and make their perma- 
nent settlement at New Haven, Connecticut, then known by the Indian name of 
Quinnipiack. They sailed from Boston, March 30, 1638, and reached Q.uinni- 
piack in about two weeks. Mr. Davenport preached his first sermon there on 
the 18th 'Of April, 1638. 

In the year 1639, a part of Mr. Davenport's congregation, including George 
Clark (1), Peter Prudden, and several other persons, removed from New Haven 
and settled at Milford, then known by its Indian name of Wopowage, it being 
about ten miles westerly from New Haven. They organized a church at Milford 
on the 2d day of August, 1639, with Rev. Peter Prudden for their minister, and 
on the same day the church at New Haven was organized, with Mr. Davenport 
as minister. ^ 

George Clark (1) continued to reside at Milford during the remainder of his 
life. He was a "free planter" and a man of considerable property and influ- 
ence, being much respected in the church and in the community. He was many 
times a Deputy or Representative from Milford to the General Court* of New 
Haven and Connecticut, the two Colonies being separate and distinct until 
their union on the 11th of May, 1665, under the name of Connecticut. 

He died in August, 1690, at about eighty years of age, "leaving a good es- 
tate, as appears by his will, dated April 26, 1689," and recorded in the Probate 
records at New Haven. 

The death of his wife Sarah occurred July 19, 1689. They had nine children, 
as follows: 

2. Samuel, bom in England. 

3. Thomas, born in England. He married Hannah Gilbert, of New Haven, 

Connecticut, May 20, 1663. 

4. Sarah, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

*A Legislature having judicial poweis. This was the kind of government in New England 
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6. George, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

6. John, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

7. Abigail, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

8. Elizabeth, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

9. Rebecca, bom in Milford, Connecticut. 
10. Mary, born in Milford, Connecticut. 

George Clark 2d, (6), the third son of George Clark (1), the planter, was 
bom at Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut. The church records of Mil- 
ford show that he was baptized on the 30th of April, 1648, making it probable 
that his birth occurred early in the same year. Little is known of his youth and 
early manhood ; but the town and church records of Milford show that he was a 
Deacon in the church there, and that he was many times a Deputy or Represent- 
ative from Milford to the Greneral Court of Connecticut. He resided in Milford 
until his death, which occurred in the year 1734, at the advanced age of eighty- 
six years, much esteemed and respected. The day on which he died is not given, 
but his will, dated April 24, 1734, and recorded in the Probate records of New 
Haven, states that his death was expected within a few days from that time. 

The name of his wife was Abigail, by whom he had four children, as follows : 

11. Sarah, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

12. Abigail, bom at Milford, Connecticut. 

13. Deborah, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

14. George, born at Milford, Connecticut. 

George Clark 3d, (14) , the youngest son of George Clark 2d, (6) , was born at j 

Milford, Connecticut, in the year 1686. The day of his birth is not known ; but 
the church records of Milford state that he was baptized September 26, 1686, 
making it more than probable that he was born in that year. Although it is not 
now known (in 1876) when his marriage took place, it appears probable that it 
occurred about the year 1722. His wife's name was Mary. After his marriage, 
he continued to reside at Milford until his death, in the year 1762, at about 
seventy-six years of age. It appears by his will, dated at Milford, in August, 
1762, and recorded in the Probate records of New Haven, that he was suffering 
under a severe sickness at that time, and his death expected within a few days. 
Hezekiah (15) and Job (16) his two oldest sons, were executors of his estate 
under the will. His will contains the following item : 

" I give to the church of which I am a member, and Mr. Prudden* the minister, a silver 
tankard, costing not less than twelve pounds (sterling), to be given by my son Job out of his 
portion." 

He had six children, three sons and three daughters, as follows : 

15. Hezekiah, born in Milford, Connecticut. 

16. Job, born in Milford, Connecticut. 

17. David, born in Milford, Connecticut. 

18. Mary, born in Milford, Connecticut. 

19. Abigail, born in Milford, Connecticut. i 

20. Deborah, born in Milford, Connecticut. 

Two of his daughters married men named Smith, and the other married a 
Mr. Peck. 



*The records of Milford show that the fnll name of the aforeaaid *' Mr. Prudden" was Bev. 
Job Prudden, and that he was the first settled minister of the second church in Milford, and was the 
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HEZEKIAH CLARK (15) AND DESCENDANTS. 

Hezgkiah Clark (15), the first son of George Clark 3d, (14), was born at Mil- 
ford, Connecticut, in the year 1723. The church records of Milford show that 
he 'vyas baptized there September 1, 1723. He was married, about the year 1746, 
to Mary Peck, of Bethany, New Haven County, Connecticut. He purchased 
a farm in Bethany and lived there after his marriage until 1776. In that year he 
entered the Revolutionary Army, where he was attacked with malignant dysen- 
tery, of which he died the same year, aged fifty-three years. His remains were 
afterwards buried in the cemetery at Bethany. 

He had thirteen children, as follows: 

21. Mary, 

Born December 3, 1747, at Bethany; was married to James Wheeler; lived 
at Watertown, Connecticut, and died at about eighty years of age. 

22. Hezekiah, 

Born August 13, 1749, at Bethany, and died at Montague, Massachusetts, 
at about seventy years of age. I cannot learn whether he was married. 

23. Moses, 

Born May 23, 1751, at Bethany; married Abigail Johnson; lived at Derby, 
Connecticut, and died at about seventy years of age. 

24. Marsy, 

Born January 14, 1753; married Timothy White, of New Haven, and died 
there, April 12, 1838, aged eighty-five years three months. Her husband, 
Timothy White, died May 81, 1805, aged fifty-six years. 

25. Abigail, 

Born January 12, 1755; married Timothy Hitchcock, and died at Bethany, 
September 19, 1854, at the great age of ninetj^-nine. years eight months and 
seven days. Her husband died August 6, 1820, at about seventy-two years 
pf age. 

26. Abiah, 

Born December 19, 1756, at Bethany. She was married to Abner Smith, 
and died at Woodbridge, Connecticut, or at Sackett's Harbor, New York, 
aged about eighty years. 

27. Aaron, 

Born September 30, 1758, at Bethany. He married Elizabeth Fowler, of 
Orange, Connecticut, and resided at Bethany until the spring of 1809, when 
he removed to Orange, where he died May 7, 1848. 

28. Bethiah, 

Born April 17, 1760, at Bethany. She married Zephaniah Tucker, and 
died at Derby, Connecticut, July 11, 1846, about eighty-six years of age. 
Her husband, Zephaniah Tucker, died September 15, 1848. Little is now 
known of this family. 

29. Elizabeth, 

Bom May 9, 1762; married Isaac Hotchkiss; lived at Bethany, and died 
there January 6, 1859, aged ninety-six years and eight months. Her hus- 
band died May 11, 1828, aged seventy years. 

30. Martha, 

Bom April 14, 1764, at Bethany. She was married, about the year 1783, 
to Levi Johnson, by whom she had two children, viz.: 30a Laura and 



8 FAMILY BEGOBD OF AABON CLARK, 

806 Rebecca. Laura was bom May 6, 1784; she married, in October, 
1804, Samuel Garnsey, and died May 6, 1810, aged twenty-six years. 
Rebecca was born June 15, 1786; was married to Marcus Lyman Beecher, 
and died November 15, 1812, aged twenty-six years and five months. 

Martha (Clark) Johnson (30) 
Was married, the second time, in February, 1795, to James Kellogg (527), 
being his second wife, by whom she had six children. [See family record 
of James Kellogg (527).] 

31. Joseph, 

Born October 80, 1767, at Bethany. He married Hannah Hardyear; 
removed to Onondaga, New York, and died there, aged about thirty-six 
years. His widow was living at Onondaga in the year 1818. 

82. Rebecca, 

Born July 17, 1769, at Bethany. She was married to Daniel Steele, and 
died at Water bury, Connecticut, about thirty years of age. 

88. Peck, 

Born December 14, 1771, at Bethany. He was married, October 19, 1795, 
to Mabel Bradley, of Woodbridge, Connecticut, and was married, the 
second time. May 12, 1805, to Polly Kellogg (552), daughter of James 
Kellogg (527) , then of Northfield, Connecticut. 

After the death of Hezekiah Clark (15) in 1776, his widow married William 
Kenney; but nothing subsequent to that event is known of her. 

AARON CLARK (27) AND DESCENDANTS. 

Aaron Clark (27), the third son of Hezekiah Clark (15), was born at 
Bethany, New Haven County, Connecticut, September 30, 1758. He married 
Elizabeth Fowler, of Orange, and continued to reside at Bethany until the 
spring of 1809, when he removed to Orange, in said county, where he died May 
7, 1848, aged eighty-nine years seven months and seven days. His wife Eliza- 
beth died May 11, 1862, at the advanced age of ninety-seven years and three 
months. 

They had six children, as follows: 

84. William Fowler, 

Born May 31, 1787, at Bethany, Connecticut. He married Alma Downs in 
the year 1808, and resided in Bethany until May, 1818, when he removed 
his family to the Township of Conneaut (then Salem), Ashtabula County, 
Ohio, where he purchased and cultivated a farm until his death, which 
occurred on July 9, 1876, at the age of eight-nine years. His wife Alma 
died there April 17, 1850, at sixty years of age. They raised a numerous 
family of children. 

35. Betsey, 

Born July 20, 1789, at Bethany, Connecticut. She married, March 20, 
1811, Rufus Kellogg (554), then of Northfield, Connecticut. 

36. Merritt, 

Born March 5, 1793, at Bethany, Connecticut; married Lydia Kellogg (558) 
as his first wife, by whom he had two children, viz. : 

37-(607). Elizabeth Fowler, born at Northfield, Connecticut, Febru- 
ary 8, 1818; she was married to Albert G. Tuttle, by whom she 



FAMILY RECORD OF AARON CLARK, JR. 9 

had four children: 38-(608) AlbJirt Clark, b. May 18, 1839; 39-(609) Her- 
bert Bushrod, b. Sept.,' 1550; 40- (610) Merritt Isaac, b. April, 1854; 41- 
(611) Edward Kellogg, b. April, 1857 — all, except the oldest, born at 
Baraboo, Wis., where Albert G. Tuttle had removed; and 

42-(612). Louisa ANN,b. atNorthfield, Sept. 26, 1819; married, Sept. 29, 1845, 
Ralph G. Camp, of Northfield; she had one son: 43- (613) Arthur Kellogg 
Camp, b. Nov. 14, 1846: she d. at Northfield, June 29, 1848, aged 28 y., 9 m. 

Lydia (Kellogg) Clark (558) d. at Northfield, Oct. 15, 1825, aged 31 y., 5 J m. 
Merritt Clark (36), married, as his second wife, Clarissa Bassett, of Northfield, 
Nov. 13, 1826, by whom he had five children: 

44. Edward, b. Sept. 4, 1827; d. Dec. 25, 1830. 

45. David Lathrop, b. Sept. 23, 1829; d. Jan. 1, 1831. 

46. Lydia Kellogg, b. June 19, 1831; d. March 1, 1837. 

47. Phebe, b. March 31, 1833; mar' d Rev. Edward G. Miner (who d. July 4, 
1875) ; their children: 47a Lizzie Caldwell, b. Mar. 17, 1854; 476 Ash- 
ley B., 47c Amelia C. (twins), b. Jan., 1856; Amelia d. 1858; 47d Hen- 
rietta Humphrey, b. Nov., 1863; 47e Edward Patton, b. May 12, 1874. 

48. Clarissa, b. May 5, 1835; m. Dr. David S. Alexander (who d. Jan. 
17, 1866); their children: 49 DwightS., b. Oct. 29, 1855; 49a Wilbur 
Clark, b. April 28, 1859; d. Sept. 24, 1865; 496 Mary Eliza, b. Mar. 20, 
1861; d. May. 17, 1869; 49c Parmelia Caroline, b. Sept. 16, 1864; d. 
Jan. 17, 1866. 

Merritt Clark (36), married, as his third wife, Amelia Griggs, Feb. 1, 1837; their 
children: 50 Amelia Lydia, b. Dec. 26, 1837; d. Sept! 7, 1838; 50a Amelia 
Evans, b. Sept. 8, 1843; d. Oct. 10, 1843. He died at Baraboo, Wis., Feb. 27, 
1868, about 75 years of age. 

51. Polly, 

Born March 6, 1795, at Bethany, Connecticut, and died there December 
19, 1795, about nine and a half months old* 

52. Aaron, Jr., 

Born November 10, 1796, at Bethany, Connecticut. He married Lo visa 
Merrick early in the year 1819. 

63. Hezekiah, 

Born July 1, 1802, at Befhany, and died there August 4, 1802, about one 

month old. 

AARON CLARK, Jr. (52). 

Aaron Clark, Jr. (52), son of Aaron Clark (27), and grandson of Hezekiah 
Clark (15), was born November 10, 1796, at Bethany, Connecticut. He married 
Lovisa Merrick early in the year 1819, and afterward lived at Orange, Connecti- 
cut. He was living at Orange in May, 1876. His wife, Lovisa, died there Jan- 
uary 6, 1873, aged seventy-eight years. 

They had eight children, as follows: 

64. Merritt A., ( m •„_ 
54a. Levekett, ] ^^^^^' 

Born November 4, 1820. Leverett (54a) died December 3, 1821, about thir- 
teen months old. Merritt A. (54), married Anna Smith, and (in 1876) 
lives in Hammond, Wisconsin. 



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55. Leverett J., 

Born September 9, 1822. He married Harriett N. Hine and lives (in 1876) 
in Orange, Connecticut. 

56. Betsey J., 

Born July 5, 1824. She married Charles E, Stuart, and lives (in 1877) in 
Highland Park, Illinois. 

57. Martha L., 

Born February 10, 1827. Married Wm. E. Burns and lives in Orange, 
Connecticut (in 1876), with whom her father has lived since the death 
of his wife, in 1873. 

58. William F., 

Born April 7, 1829. Married Mary Penfield, and lives (in 1876) in St. 
Paul, Minnesota. 

59. Joseph M., 

Born September 11, 1831. Married Julia Ann Riggs, and lives in Derby, 
Connecticut (in 1876.) 

60. Mary E., 

Born June 23, 1834. Married Clark Stone, and (in 1876) lives in Orange, 
Connecticut. 

PECK CLARK (33) AND DESCENDANTS. 

Peck Clakk (33), the youngest child of Hezekiah Clark (15), was born 
December 14, 1771, at Bethany, Connecticut. When about ^ve years old, his 
father <lied; after which time he lived several years with a relative in Milford, 
Connecticut. He married, October 19, 1795, Mabel Bradley, of Woodbridge, 
Connecticut, by whom he had three children, as follows: 

61. Mabel, 

Born January 12, 1798; married February 25, 1819, and died July 27, 1873. 

62. Anna, 

Born February 7, 1800, at Burlington, Hartford County, Connecticut, and 
died there October 11, 1801, aged one year and eight months. 

63. Abner Bradley, 

Born February 5, 1805; married in February, 1829, and died July 28, 1860, 
aged about fifty-five years and six months. 

Peck Clark (33), was married, the second time. May 12, 1805, to Polly Kel- 
logg (552), daughter of James Kellogg (527), by whom he had nine children, as 
follows: 

64. Anna, 

Born August 22, 1806, at Northfield, Connecticut, and died there November 
14, 1807, aged one year and three months. 

65. Julia, 

Born July 16, 1808, at Northfield; was married October 15, 1826. 

66. Albert, 

Born November 8, 1809, at Northfield; was married September 20, 1832, 
and died at Washington, D. C, December 12, 1876. 

67. Aaron, 

Born May 28, 1811, at Northfield; married October 80, 1838, and married 
the second time, July 21, 1845. 



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68. Alfred, 

Born April 20, 1813, at Northfield, Connecticut, and died August 3, 1838, 
at Conneaut, Ohio, aged twenty-five years and four months. Not married. 

69. Edward Peck, 

Born June 16, 1814, at Northfield, Connecticut;, was married at Conneaut, 
Ohio, April 7, 1836, and died January 1, 1851. 

70. I^EDEKiOK Kellogg, 

Born September 18, 1817, at Northfield, Connecticut, and died September 7, 
1818, at Conneaut, Ohio, aged one year. 

71. Rupus, 

Born November 23, 1819, at Conneaut, Ohio; was married March 23, 1840. 

72. Merritt, 

Born December 11, 1821, at Conneaut, Ohio, and died there August 1, 
1844, aged twenty-two years and seven months. Not married. 

Peck Clark (33), after his marriage, October 19, 1795, to Mabel Bradley, 
lived in Woodbridge until about the year 1800, when he removed to Burlington, 
Hartford County, Connecticut, where his wife died, February 9, 1805, aged 
twenty-seven years. He was married, the second time. May 12, 1805, to Polly 
Kellogg (552), daughter of Janes Kellogg, Sr. (527); and, in 1806, removed 
to Northfield, Litchfield County, Connecticut, where he resided twelve years. 
In May, 18 J8, he removed his family to Conneaut (then Salem), in Ashtabula 
County, Ohio, where he lived until his death, on the 2d of August, 1854, aged 
eighty-two years seven months and eighteen days. He was a devout member of 
the Protestant Episcopal Church. After his death his widow lived with her 
children at Cleveland, Ohio, and died October 7, 1863, aged eighty years nine 
months and nine days. The remains of both were interred in the Cemetery on 
the South Ridge, in Conneaut, Ohio. 

CHH^DREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF PECK CLARK (33). 
FAMILY OF MABEL (CLARK) BROOKS (61). 
Mabel (Clark) Brooks (61), oldest daughter of Peck Clark (33), by his first 
wife, was born at Woodbridge, Connecticut, January 12, 1798. She was mar- 
ried, to Nathaniel Brooks, February 25, 1819, at Conneaut, Ashtabula County, 
Ohio. He was born March 5, 1793, at Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut, 
and removed to Conneaut about the year 1817, where he died, November 1, 1876. 
His wife died at Conneaut July 27, 1873, aged seventy-five years and six months. 
They had eight children, as follows : 

73. Mary Rebecca, 

Born at Conneaut, February 25, 1820. She died in July, 1849, at the Town 
of Union, Rock County, Wisconsin, where she was then living in the family 
of her uncle, Edward P. Clark (59). She was not married. 

74. Jennette, 

Born November 30, 1821, at Conneaut, where she died in April, 1843. She 
was unmarried. 

75. Royal, 

Born May 29, 1823, at Conneaut. Married Julia Carey April 5, 1848. He 
enlisted in the United States Army early in the War of the Rebellion, and 
died May 23, 1863, at the Military Hospital at St. Louis, Missouri, aged 
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76. Frederick, 

Born at Conneant, November 27, 1825, and died October 22, 1873, nearly 
forty-eight years of age. He was unmarried. 

77. Edward, 

Born at Conneant, October 15, 1828. He married Mrs. Harriet Thurbur 
(formerly Harriet Wright), March 4, 1872. 

78. Edna, 

Born September 26, 1831, at Conneant. 

79. Helen, 

Born August ^2,^^ 1834. at Conneant. She married Wm, E. Cary about the 
year 1864. 

80. Emerette, 

Born October 11, 1837, at Conneant. 

FAMILY OF ABNER BRADLEY CLARK (63). . . 

Abner Bradley Clark (63) , oldest son of Peck Clark (33) , by his flrst wife, 
was born February 5, 1805, at Burlington, Hartford County, Connecticut. He 
was married, at Conneant, Ohio, in February, 1829, to Elvira, daugliter of Jacob 
Williams, M^ho had preriously resided at or near Sackett's Harbor, New York. 

They had seven children, as follows : 

81. Adell\, 

Born March 29, 1830, at Conneant, Ohio. She married James Powell, July 
1, 1852, and had two children. 

82. JuDSON A., 

Born April 16, 1832, at Conneant. He married Margaret Rupert, Decem- 
ber 30, 1858. 

83. Charlotte, 

Born May 24, 1836, at Conneaut. Married Orville C. Phillips, December 
28, 1858, and died at Conneaut, January 11, 1863, aged twenty-six years and 
seven months. 

84. Alfred, 

Born September 4, 1839, at Conneaut; married Emily Louisa Sanborn, June 
19, 1859. 

85. Louisa, 

Born November 6, 1843, at Conneaut; married Lprentine Cheney, Septem- 
ber 24, 1863. 

86. Mary, 

Born April 10, 1846, at Conneaut. She married Thomas Gibson. Jr., of 
Conneaut, December 25, 1862. 

87. Douglass Williams, 

Born in March, 1849, at Conneaut. He married a Miss Griffetb 

Abner Bradley Clark (63) died at Conneaut, Ohio, July 28, 1860, aged fifty- 
five years five months and twenty-three days. His widow married David 
Phillips, of Conneaut, July 11, 1861. They had no children. Mr. Phillips die I 
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FAMILY RECORDS OF JULIA, ALBERT, AND AARON GLARE. 

FAMILY OF JULIA (CLARK) SANFORD (65). • ->> 

Julia (Clark) Sanfobd (65), daughter of Peck Clark (33), by his second ) 
wife, was born July 16, 1308, at Northfield, Connecticut. She was married.. , jv^ 
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band was born March 2, 1805, in Litchfield County, Connecticut, and died at 
Conneaut, February 12, 1832, aged twenty-seven years. i 

They had three children, as follows: ,^ 

88. Albert, 

Born at Conneaut, Ohio, January 13, 1828. He married June 29, 1848,. 
Eunice A. Flowers, at Rockrun, Illinois. • "l^ 

89. Esther, jt| 

Born at Conneaut, Ohio, January, 31,1830. She married, September 27, j! 

1849, Edward Bingham, of Cleveland, Ohio, and died there October 21, ^ J 

1870. r'l 

90. Simeon Wheeler, 

Born at Conneaut, May 3, 1832. He was unmarried, and died January 14, 
18^68, at Cleveland, Ohio, nearly thirty-six years of age. 

FAMILY OF ALBERT CLARK (66). 

Albert Clark (66) , oldest son of Peck Clark (33) , by his second wife, was 
born November 8, 1809, at Northfield, Connecticut. He married, September 20, 
1832, Elizabeth Howes, daughter of Sherman Wright. She was born at Con- 
neaut, Ohio, June 18, 1814. 

They had three children, as follows: 

91. Amelia Kellogg, 

Born at Conneaut, August 3, 1834, and married, November 28, 1852, at 
Cleveland, Ohio, DeWitt Clinton Patterson, M. D. 

92. Julia Elizabeth, 

Bom at Cleveland, Ohio, August 6, 1838, and married, January 1, 1858, 
Samuel Augustus Fuller, of Cleveland, Ohio. 

98. Eunice Wright, 

Born at Cleveland, Ohio, February 25, 1844. She died December 20, 1862, 
at the residence of her sister, Julia E. Fuller, in Detroit, Michigan, while 
visiting there, being nearly nineteen years of age. Her remains were 
buried in Woodland Cemetery, Cleveland, Ohio. 

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FAMILY OF AARON CLARKE (67). 

Aaron Clarke, (67), son of Peck Clark (33), was born May 28, 1811 at 
Northfield, Connecticut. He married, October 30, 1838, Mary Hamlin Beards- 
ley, of Cleveland, Ohio. She was born September 25, 1819, and died at Cleve- 
land, November 14, 1843, without children, aged twenty-four years. Aaron 
Clarke (67), was married, the second time, July 21, 1845, to Caroline Elizabeth 
Bingham, of Andover, Connecticut. She was born at Andover, May 8, 1818. 

They had six children, as follows: 

94. Mary Ella, 

Born September 1, 1846, at Cleveland. She married Eagar E. Strong, at 
Cleveland, son of William Strong, of Manchester, Connecticut, January 19, 
1869. 



14 FAMILY BEOOBDS OF EDWABD PECK AND RUFUS CLARE. 

95. William Bingham, 

Born April 15, 1S48, at Cleveland, Ohio. He married, June 8, 1876, Kate 
E. Rockwell, at Junction City, Kansas, daiiffhter of George Rockwell, of 
Ridgefield, Connecticut. 

96. Minnie, 

Born December 17, 1849, at Cleveland, Ohio, and died there August 30, 
1852, aged two years and eight months. 

97. Nellie, 

Born at Cleveland, Ohio, August 12. 1851. She married, January 16, 1873, 
James A. King, of Cleveland. 

98. Abbie, 

Born at Cleveland, July 25, 1853. 

99. Kenneth, 

Born at Cleveland, June 26, 1858. 

FAMILY OF EDWARD PECK CLARK (69). 

Edward Peck Clark (69), son of Peck Clark (33), was born at Northfiekl, 
Connecticut, June 16, 1814. He was married, at Conneaut, Ohio, April 7, 1836, 
to Lydia Semantha Ring, who was born in Massachusetts, February 22, 1817. 
He removed his family to the Town of Union, Rock County, Wisconsin, in the 
fall of 1845, and died there January 1, 1851, aged thirty-six years and six and 
one-half months, and was buried at the Cemeteiy in Cooktown, Rock County. 
His widow at this time (1876) resides at Union, with her children. 

They had four children, as follows: 

100. Eliza Ann, 

Born at Conneaut, December 30, 1836; married William Roswell Clark at 
or near Union, Rock County, Wisconsin, December 24, 1856. 

101. Milton Edward, 

Born at Conneaut, September 26, 1838. He married Jennie E. Clark, 
of Union, November 8, 1859. He is a prosperous business man at Junction 
City. Kansas (in 1876) , where he has resided since about the year 1860. 

102. Elon Galusha, 

Bom at Conneaut, Ohio, August 25, 1842. He was married, at St. Louis, 
Missouri, June 20, 1870, to Alice Maria Ryan, who was born at Marietta, 
Ohio, October 20, 1846. 

103. Mary Fidelia, 

Born at Union, Wisconsin, May 2, 1848. She married, October 14, 1875, 
Charles H. Horton, of Union, Wisconsin. He was born October 11, 1845, 
at Hinsdale, New Hampshire. 

FAMILY OF RUFUS CLARK (71). 

Rupus Clark (71), son of Peck Clark (33), was bom November 23, 1819, at 
Conneaut, Ohio. He married, March 22, 1840, Celia Sanborn, who was born 
November 9, 1821, at Monroe, Ashtabula County, Ohio. 

They had six children, as follows: 

104. Orlando Guilford, 

Born at Conneaut, Ohio, January 4, 1841. He married, April 7, 1864, 
Laura Elizabeth, daughter of John Colby, of Monroe, Ashtabula County, 
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105. Sanborn Wilcox, 

Bom at Conneaut, January 29, 1843. He married Harriet Anderson, 
daughter of Oliver Smith, of Hillsdale, Michigan, February 28, 1872. 

106. Laura C, 

Born at Conneaut, Ohio, August 3, 1846; married Sidney Harrison Cook, 
of Lenox, Ashtabula County, Ohio, November 1, 1865. 

107. Lena Sebelia. 

Born at Conneaut, March 3, 1848. She married. May 1, 1867, Edgar Bruce 
Watson, of Lenox, Ohio, where he was born April 17, 1845, 

108. Dudley Edson, 

Born at Conneaut, July 19, 1865. 

109. Hattie Inez, ^ 
Born at Lenox, Ohio, December 4, 1863. 



CHILDREN OF JULIA (CLARK) SANFORD (65.) 

Albert Sanford (88), the oldest son of Julia (Clark) Sanford (66), was 
born at Conneaut, Ohio, January 13, 1828. He married, June 29, 1848, Eunice 
A. Flowers, at Rockrun, Illinois, by whom he had one daughter, viz. : 

110. Lilly Zulicka, * . 
Born August 19, 1849, at Rockrun, Illinois. She married Wm. James, of 
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, December 21, 1871. 

Esther (Sanford) Bingham (89), daughter of Julia (Clark) Sanford (65), 
was born January 31,. 1830, at Conneaut. She married Edward Bingham, 
of Cleveland, Ohio, September 27, 1849. He was born January 21, 1821, at An- 
dover, Connecticut. 

They had three children, as follows: 

111. Julia Sanford, 

Born July 6, 1851, at Cleveland, Ohio. 

112. Arthur E., 

Bom December 23, 1852, at Cleveland, Ohio. He married, October 6, 1875, 
Nellie A. Whitney, of Cleveland, Ohio, by whom he has one child — 
112a. Florence L., born May 5, 1877. 

113. Albert Luoian, 

Born March 24, 1862, at Cleveland, Ohio. 

CHILDREN OF ALBERT CLARK (66). 

Amelia Kellogg (Clark) Patterson (91), the oldest daughter of Albert 
Clark (66), was born August 3, 1834, at Conneaut, Ohio. She married, Novem- 
ber 23, 1852, at Cleveland, Ohio, DeWitt Clinton Patterson, M. D., of Laporte, 
Lorain County, Ohio, who was born August 3, 1826, at Washington, Berkshire 
County, Massachusetts. 

They had two children, as follows: 

114. Albert Clare, 

Bom May 8, 1864, at Qeveland, Ohio. 

1X6. Lizzie, 

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Julia Elizabeth (Clark) Fuller (92), daugher of Albert Clark (66), wa« 
born August 6, 1838, at Cleveland, Ohio, and was married, January 1, 1858, to 
Samuel Augustus Fuller, of Cleveland. He was born April 8, 1837, at Vienna, 
Ohio. 

They had eleven children, as follows : 

116. Albert Augustus, 
Born at Cleveland, Ohio, October 30, 1858 

117. Kate Amelia, 
Born at Detroit, Michigan, November 19, 1859. 

118. WiLLARD, 

Born at Detroit, Michigan, January 2, 1861. 

119. Julia Clark, 
Born at Detroit, Michigan, September 12, 1862, and died at Cleveland, 
Ohio, April 10, 1864, aged one year six months and twenty-eight days. 

120. Horace Arthur, 
Bom at Cleveland, Ohio, September 23, 1864. 

121. Helen Williams, ^ 
Bom at Cleveland, Ohio, June 28, 1867. 

122. Samuel Augustus, 
Born at Cleveland, Ohio, August 19, 1868. 

123. Charles Clark, 
Born at Cleveland, Ohio, April eSO, 1870, and died there December 6, 1870, 
aged seven months and seven days. 

124. Mary Elizabeth, 

Born at Cleveland, Ohio, October 15, 1871. 

125. Frances Kellogg, 
Born at Cleveland, Ohio, April 3, 1876. 

126. Daphne Campbell, 
Born at Cleveland, Ohio, July 20, 1877. 

CHILDREN OF AARON CLARKE (67). 

Mary Ella (Clarke) Strong (94), daughter of Aaron Clarke (67), of 
Cleveland, Ohio, was born September 1, 1846, at Cleveland, Ohio. She mar- 
ried, January 19, 1869, Edgar E. Strong, of Cleveland. He was born April 14, 
1842, at Manchester, Connecticut. They have three children, as follows : 

127. Clinton Eugene, 
Born December 14, 1869, at Cleveland, Ohio. 

128. Herbert William, * 
Born June 24, 1871, at Cleveland, Ohio, 

128a. Edith, 

Born July 15, 1876. 

William Bingham Clarke (95), son of Aaron Clarke (67), of Cleveland, 
Ohio, was born April 15, 1848, at Cleveland. He married, June 8, 1876, Kate 
E., daughter of George Rockwell, of Junction City, Kansas. 

Nellie Clarke (97), daughter of Aaron Clarke (67), of Cleveland, Ohio, 
was born August 12, 1851, at Cleveland, She married, January 16, 1873, James 
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CHILDREN OF EDWARD PECK CLARK 

Eliza Ann (Clark) Clare (100), oldest daughter of Edward Peck Clark 
(69), was born December 30, 1836, at Conneaut, Ohio. She married, December 
24, 1856, William Roswell Clark, of Union, Bock County, Wisconsin. He waa 
bom October 31, 1833, at Andover, Vermont. 

They had children, as follows : 

129. EdwabdR., 
Bom December 12, 1867, at Union, Wisconsin. 

130. Elbert G., 
Born April 23, 1861, at Porter, Rock County, Wisconsin, and died Decem- 
ber 2, 1870, aged nine years and seven months 

181. Fred. Byron, 

Bom September 24, 1866, at Union, Wisconsin. 

132. Mary L., 

Born September 20, 1867, at Dunkirk, Dane County, Wisconsin 

183. Milton L., 

Bom July 23, 1873, at Marion Centre, Wisconsin. 

Milton Edward Clark (101), oldest son of Edward Peck Clark (69), waa 
bom September 26, 1838, at Conneaut, Ohio. He married, November 8, 1859, 
Jennie E. Clark, of Union, Wisconsin. She was born June 26, 1841, at Spring- 
field, Vermont. 

They had three children (in 1876), as follows : 

184. Waldo Edward, 

Bom September 19, 1863, at Junction City, Kansas. 

136. Elon Streeter, 

Bom July 16, 1866, at Junction City, Kansas. 

136. James Milton, 

Born May 2, 1870, at Junction City, Kansas. 

Elon Galusha Clark (102), second son of Edward Peck Clark (69), was 
born August 26, 1842, at Conneaut, Ohio. He was married, at St. Louis, Mis- 
souri, June 20, 1870, to Alice Maria Ryan, who was born October 20, 1846, at 
Marietta, Ohio. 

They had (in 1876) the following children: 

1.37. Arden Beeoher, 

Bom April 20, 1872, in Phelps County, Missouri. 

138. Elon James, 

Bom December 20, 1874, at Junction City, Kansas. ' 

Mary Fidelia (Clark) Horton (103), youngest child of Edward Peck Clark 
(69), was born May 2, 1848, at Union, Rock County, Wisconsin. She was married, 
October 14, 1876, to Charles H. Horton, of Union. He was born October 11, 
1846, at Hinsdale, New Hampshire. They had no children in July, 1876 

CHILDREN OF RUFUS CLARK (71). 

Orlando Guilford Clark (104), the oldest son of Rufus Clark (71), was 
born January 4, 1841, at Conneaut, Ohio. He married, April 7, 1864, Laura 
Elizabeth, daughter of John Colby, of Monroe, Ashtabula County, Ohio. 




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They had (in 1876) two children, viz.: 
ia9. Ida May. 

Born April 12, 1870, at Monroe, Ohio, 

140. Celia Esther, 
Born August 29, 1871, at Monroe, Ohio. 

Sanborn Wilcox Clark (105), second son of Rufus Clark (71), was born 
January 29, 1843, at Conneaut, Ohio. He married, February 28, 1872, Harriet 
Anderson, daughter of Oliver Smith, of Hillsdale. Michigan. 

They had (in 1876) the following children: 

141. Lizzie King, 
Born February 14, 1873, at Junction City, Kansas, and died there April 17, 
1873, aged two months. 

142. Julia Abby, ^ 
Born February 1, 1875, at Wakefield, Kansas. 

Laura C. (Clark) Cook (106), daughter of Rufus Clark (71), was born 
August 3, 1845, at Conneaut, Ohio: She married, November 1, 1865, Sidney 
Harrison Cook, of Lenox, Ashtabula County, Oliio. He was born Au^gust 11, 
1838. 

They had (in 1876) two children, viz. : 

143. Hattie L., 
Born June 29, 1871, at Lenox, Ohio. 

144. Carlos Clark, 
Born November 12, 1875, at Lenox, Ohio. 

Lena S. (Clark) Watson (107), daughter of Rufus Clark (71), was bom 
March 3, 1848, at Greensburgh, Ohio. She married, May 1, 1867, Edgar Bruce 
Watson, of Lenox, Ohio. He was born April 17, 18^5. 

They have (in 1876) two children, viz. : 

145. Wilfred Clark, 
Bom April 29, 1870, at Lenox, Ohio. 

146. Heman Allen, 
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DANIEL KELLOGG, OF NORWALK. 



500. Daniel Kellogg was one of the earliest settlers of Norwalk, Connecti- 
cut, and lived in that town in the year 1655, as appears by the town records of 
that year. 

By his first wife (name unknown) he had three children, as follows: 
601. Mary, born at Norwalk, in February, 16162, and married Joseph Piatt, 

of Milford, in 1680. 

502. Rachael, born at Norwalk, in February, 1668. 

503. Sarah, born at Norwalk, in February, 1665. 

Daniel Kellogg (500) was married, the second time, late in the year 
1665, to Bridget, daughter of John Bowten*, of Norwalk, bv whom he had six 
children, viz.: 

504. Elizabeth, born at Norwalk, in August^ 1666. 

505. Daniel, born at Norwalk, May 7, 1671. 

506. Samuel, born at Norwalk, in February, 1673. 

507. Lydia, born at Norwalk, in April, 1676. 

508. Benjamin j o^-^-^^. ( born at Norwalk, in March, 1678, and died in 1703. 

509. Joseph \ -^^^^ f bom at Norwalk, in March, 1678. 

Daniel Kellogg (500), (according to Savage's Genealogical Dictionary), 
was a man of great physical proportions, being seven feet in height, and of 
great strength. He was a Representative to the General Court of Connecticut 
in 1670, and six of the seven following years. He died at Norwalk, in 1688. 

SAMUEL KELLOGG (506) OF NORWALK 

Samuel Kellogg (506), the second son of Daniel Kellogg (500), was born 
at Norwalk, Connecticut, in the latter end of February, 1673. He married 
Sarah Piatt, September 6, 1704, by whom he had eight children, viz. : 

510. Sarah, born at Norwalk. 

511. Samuel, born at Norwalk. 

512. Mary, born at Norwalk. 

513. Martin, born at Norwalk. 

514. Abigail, born at Norwalk. 

515. LiDiAH, born at Norwalk. 

516. Gideon, born at Norwalk. 

517. Epenetus, born at Norwalk, June 26, 1719. 

EPENETUS KELLOGG, SR. (517), OF NORWALK. 

Epenetus Kellogg, Sr. (517), the youngest son of Samuel Kellogg (506), 
was born at Norwalk, Connecticut, June 26, 1719, and was married (date of 
marriage unknown) to Mary Rogers, of Huntington, Long Island, the grand- 

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daughter or great-grand-daughter of the celebrated John Rogers, of Smith fiekl, 
England, through his youngest son or tenth child. 

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CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF EPENETUS KELLOGG, Sr. (517.) 

Epenetus Kellogg, Sr. (617), had three sons and eight daughters, as follows: 

618. Epenetus, Jr., 

Married a Miss Bruen*. Their children were: 519. Phebe; 620. Ezra; 
621. Polly; 622. Epenetus, 1st; 623. Joseph; 624. Sarah; 625. Anne; 
626. Epenetus, 2d. 

527. James, 

Was born at Norwalk, April 6, 1756. He married Lydia Nash (1019), 
- November 4, 1779, and in February, 1795, he was married, the second time, 
to Martha (Clark) Johnson (30), the daughter of Hezekiah Clark (16), of 
Bethany, New Haven County, Connecticut, widow of Levi Johnson. He 
died December 28, 1828, aged seventy-three years eight months and 
twenty-three days. 

528. Stephen. 

Born in Norwalk, Connecticut, July 1, 1767; died in Troy, New York, July 

80, 1842; married, at Norwalk, November 24, 1778, Lydia Bouton, who was 
born there, January 21, 1759; died at Troy, New York, June 28, 1846. Their 
children were: 529. Josiah, born May 20, 1780; married Margaret Scofield, 
April 14, 1807; 630. Lydia, born November 19, 1782; 531. Andrew, bom 
September 29, 1784; married Hannah Hoyt, December 6, 1808; died Decem- 
ber 14, 1816; 632. Eseck, born November 21, 1786; married Maria Osborne, 
March 24, 1811; 633. Maria, born October 21, 1788; married Daniel Rich- 
ards, March 22, 1808 (she was the mother of Mrs. Upham, Mrs. Kasson, and 
Mrs. Hoyt, of Brooklyn, New York) ; 534. Nathan, born December 26, 1790; 
died October 30, 1816; 636. Jemima, born March 21, 1793; married William 
Osborne, April 3, 1814; 636. Elizabeth, born February 19, 1795; married 
Rufus Richards, December 27, 1819; died Septembers, 1849; 637. Stephen, 
born April 26, 1797; married Susan Bigelow, January 1, 1823; died No- 
vember 12, 1845; 538. Mary Ann, born June 8, 1799; died May 11, 1839; 
639. Fanny, born May 14, 1801; married Stephen Field, September 1, 1826; 
died March 22, 1829; 640. George, born June 13, 1803; died October 6, 1814. 

641. Deborah, who married Mr. Comstock. 

642. Jemima, who married Mr. Hanford. 

643. Phebe, who married Mr. Scribner, publisher, of New York City. 

644. Martha, 

Who married Mr. Marvin. Their children were: 646. AzoR Smith Mar- 
vin, the safe manufacturer ; 646. Aaron Marvin. 

647. Sarah, who married Mr. Reed. 

548. Anne, who married Mr. Weed. 

649. Lydia, who was probably unmarried. 

650. Polly, who was probably unmarried. 

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JAMES KELLOGG, Sb. (527), AND DESCENDANTS. 

James Kellogg, Sr. (627), the second son of Epenetus Kellogg, Sr. (517), was 
born at Norwalk, Connecticut, April 5, 1765. He was married, on the 4th of 
November, 1779, to Lydia Nash (1019), of Norwalk, by whom he had eight 
children, viz.: 
661. James, 

Born at Norwalk, July 17, 1781, and died at Cleveland, Ohio, August 5, 
1866, aged seventy-five years and nineteen days. 

562. Polly, 

Born at Norwalk, December 29, 1782, and died at Conneaut, Ohio, October 
7, 1863, aged eighty years nine months and nine days. 

663. Elijah, 

Bom at Norwalk, October 18, 1784, and died at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 
April 4, 1856, aged seventy-one years five months and seventeen days. 

564. RuFUS, 

Born at Norwalk, December 13, 1786, and died at Orange, Connecticut, 
September 28, 1832, aged forty-five years and nine and one-half months. 

666. Abigail, \ 

Born January 6, 1789, at Norwalk, and died at Plymouth, Connecticut, 
March 29; 1839, aged fifty years two months and twenty-four days. 

566. Edward, 

Born at Norwalk, Connecticut, October 18, 1790, and died at Brooklyn. 
New York, April 29, 1858, aged sixty-seven years six months and eleven 
days. 

667. Frederick, 

Born at Norwalk, August 11, 1792, and died at Baraboo, Sauk County, 
Wisconsin, May 11, 1860, aged sixty-seven years and nine months. 

668. Lydia, 

Born at Franklin, Dutchess County, New York, April 28, 1794, and died at 
Northfield, Connecticut, October 16, 1825, aged thirty-one years live 
months and seventeen days. 

James Kellogg, Sr. (527), was married, the second time, in February, 1795, 
to Martha (Clark) Johnson (30), daughter of Hezekiah Clark (15), of Bethany, 
New Haven County, Connecticut. She was the widow of Levi Johnson. [See 
family record of Hezekiah Clark (15.)] By this marriage James Kellogg (527), 
had six children, as follows: 

559. David, 

Born at Franklin, Dutchess County, New York, May 16, 1796, and died at 
Berwick, Pennsylvania, November 30, 1814, aged eighteen years six 
months and fourteeo days. He was unmarried. 

660. Charles, 

Born at Franklin, Dutchess County, New York, August 14, 1798, and died 
October 16, 1847, at Hastings, Michigan, aged forty-nine years and twc 
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661. Clark, 

Born at North Salem, Dutchess County, New York, October 14, 1800, and 
died at Oshtemo, Michigan, near Kalamazoo, September 3, 1870, aged 
sixty-nine years ten months and twenty days. 

562. Anna Weed, 

Born at Northfield, Connecticut, March 26, 1803, and died March 3, 1847, 
at Madison, Wisconsin, about forty-four years of age. 

663. Julia, 

Bom at Northfield, Connecticut, March 26, 1805. She was married, 
November 5, 1828, to Ogden Smith. 

664. Merritt, 

Born at Northfield, Connecticut, December 17, 1808, and died April 5, 
1827, aged eighteen years three months and nineteen days. He was un- 
married. 

James Kellogg, Sr. (527), was a practical farmer and engaged in other busi- 
ness from time to time. He raised a family of fourteea children, most of whom 
had, in their turn, large families of their own. His sons James (551), Elijah 
(553), Rufus (554), Edward (556), and Frederick (657), lived at home until 
about twenty-one years of age, with limited opportunities for acquiring an edu- 
cation, but, possessing remarkable endowments of mind, fitting them for busi- 
ness pursuits, they engaged in merchandising. 

James (551), the oldest, when about twenty-five years of age, began selling 
dry goods and other articles of trade from a peddler's wagon to retail merchants 
and others, in the States of New Jersey, Central Pennsylvania, and Northern 
Virginia. His stock was purchased in New York and Philadelphia, mostly in 
the former city. He made regular trips to the retail dealers on certain routes 
of travel and supplied them with such articles as they needed. 

After James (551) had had two or three years of successful trade, his brother 
Elijah (553), followed his example, and then followed Rufus (554), Edward 
(556), and Frederick (557), at intervals of from one to three years. 

These five sons all married and removed from Northfield, Connecticut, to the 
several places here named, viz.: James (551), settled at Lewistown, Pennsyl- 
vania, about the year 1821; Elijah (553), at Elizabeth, New Jersey, about the 
year 1813; Rufus (554), at Shippensburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1821; Edward (556), 
in New York City in 1820, and Frederick (557), at Reading, Pennsylvania, 
in 1821. 

James Kellogg, Sr. (527), lived at Norwalk, Connecticut, from his birth, 
April 5, 1755, to the year 1793; he then removed to Franklin, Dutchess County, 
New York, and resided there and at North Salem, Dutchess County, until about 
the year 1802, when he removed to Northfield, Litchfield County, Connecticut, 
and lived there until his death, December 28, 1828, aged seventy-three years 
eight months and twenty-three days. 

JAMES KELLOGG, JR. (551). 

James Kellogg, Jr. (551), the son of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), was born 
at Norwalk, Connecticut, July 17, 1781, and was married, August 27, 1806„ to 
Roxana Turner, of Plymouth, Connecticut, who was born October 22, 1785. 

They had three children, as follows: 



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665. Eliza, 

Born at N'orthfield, Connecticut, August 12, 1808. She was married, Decem- 
ber, 31, 1828, to George Patton, of Lewistown, Pennsylvania, by whom she 
had several children. 

566. Mary, 

Born at Northfield, Connecticut, March 5, 1810. She married, April 28, 

1828, Theophilus Keckeler, of Pennsylvania (near Lewistown), by whom 

she had five children. 

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567. James Nash, 

Born at Northfield, October 12, 18^. He married, February 11, 1845, 
Virginia A. Hewes, of Louisville, Kentucky. 

The first wife of James Kellogg, Jr. (551), died at Lewistown, Pennsylvania, 
October 11, 1821, and he married, the second time, Susannah Kellogg Camp 
(1024), daughter of Isaac Camp. She was born at Norwalk, Connecticut, July 
28, 1791. 

They had five children, viz : 

568. Edward Turner, 

Born at Lewistown, Pennsylvania, November 17, 1823. He was married to 
Harriet L. Brainard, November 25, 1844, at New Albany, Indiana. He 
died at Knight's Ferry, in California, January 26, 1856, aged thirty-two 
years and two months. His wife Harriet lived several years afterwards, 
and died at New Albany, Indiana. They had one son — 569. Charles Ed- 
ward — who lived at Cleveland until about 1864, since which time nothing 
is known of him. 

570. Charles David, 

Born^February 6, 1827, at Lewistown, Pennsylvania, and died at Cleve- 
land, Ohio, June 9, 1830, aged three years and four months. 

571. Susannah Catharine, 

Born at Lewistown, Pennsylvania, September 16, 1828. She is not mar- 
ried, and has lived with her family at Cleveland from about 1830 to this 
time (1876). 

572. Wm. Norman Lystek, 

Born at Cleveland, January 4, 1838. He married, January 13, 1859, Char- 
lotte E., daughter of Jas. H. Kellogg, of Cleveland, by whom he had one 
son — (573) . James — who died at Angelica, Wisconsin, and was buried by the 
side of his father at Racine, Wisconsin. Wm. Norman Lyster Kellogg 
(572) , died March 3, 1868, at Faribault, Minnesota (where he was tem- 
porarily living for tlie benefit of his healtli) , at the age of thirty-five years 
and two months.. 

James Kellogg, Jr. (551), removed his family in the year 1821, from North- 
field, Connecticut, to Lewistown, Pennsylvania, where he engaged in a general 
mercantile business in connection with the manufacture of the various kinds of 
cap, letter, and printing paper. Early in the year 1830 he removed to Cleveland, 
Ohio. There he carried on for many years the manufacture of paper, besides 
being connected with many other business enterprises, exhibiting in all great 
energy and force of character. From early life he was a devoted member of the 
Episcopal Church. He died August 5, 1856, aged seventy-five years and nine- 
teen days, and was buried in the Erie-Street Cemetery of Cleveland, Ohio, 



24 FAMILY RECORD OF ELIJAH KELLOGG. 

POLLY KELLOGG (552). 

Polly Kellogg (562), the oldest daughter of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), wag 
born December 29, 1782, at Norwalk, Connecticut. She was married to Peck 
Clark (33), May 12, 1805, and died at Conneaut, Ohio, October 7. 1863. [See 
family record of Peck Clark (33).] 

ELIJAH KELLOGG v553). 

Elijah Kellogg (553), son of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), was born October 
18, 1784, at Norwalk, Connecticut. He married, February 9, 1813, Ann Maria 
Woodruff, of Elizabeth, New Jersey, who was born November 6, 1790. 

They had nine children, as follows: 

674. James Nash, 

Born September 30, 1813, at Elizabeth, and died there November 7, 1814. 

676. Edward Nash, 

Born November 2, 1816, at Elizabeth, where he lived until his death, Janu- 
ary 8, 1867, at the aoje of fifty-one years two months and six days. He 
was unmarried. 

676. Robert Wade, 

Bom September 11, 1817, at Elizabeth, and died there October 8, 1845, 
aged twenty-eight years and twenty-seven days. He was unmarried. 

677. Mary Almira, 

Born September 1, 1819, at Elizabeth. She was married, June 8, 1841, to 
William F. Day, of the same place. 

678. Augustus Clark, 

Bom December 18, 1821, at Elizabeth, where he has lived, unmarried, to 
the present day (1876). 

679. Aaron Woodruff, 

Born February 6, 1824, at Elizabeth. He married, October 13, 1869, Clara 
A. Miller, of the same place. 

680. Francis, 

Bom at Elizabeth, in September, 1826, and died when only two months old. 

681. Sarah Louisa, 

Born March 9, 1828, at Elizabeth, and died there, unmarried, June 24, 1866, 
being thirty-eight years and three and one-half months old. During the 
last two years of her life she was engaged at Port Royal, South Carolina, 
in active efforts for the education of the freedmen, and in that cause con- 
tracted the disease which terminated her valuable and heroic life. 

682. Julia Antoinette, 

Born October 1, 1830, at Elizabeth, where she has lived, unmarried, until 

the present time (1876). 
Eluah Kellogg' s (653) first wife died at Elizabeth, December 24, 1831, aged 
forty-one years. He married, the second time, January 30, 1833, Martha B 
Crane, of Elizabeth, who was born March 27, 1810. By her he had five children 
as follows : 

583. Maria Woodruff, 

Born December 9, 1833, at Elizabeth, and died there December 22, 1835, 
aged about two years. 



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584. James Crane, 

Bom July 18, 1837, at Elizabeth. He married June 3, 1868, Elizabeth L. 
Woodruff, of the same place. 

685. Mary Woodruff, 

Born February 20, 1845, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

686. Harriet Beverly, 

Bom June 17, 1846, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

687. Clementine, 

Born January 31, 1848, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

Elijah Kellogg (553), located himself at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and estab- 
lished there a general mercantile business, about the year 1815, which he active- 
ly pursued until near the close of his life, enjoying at all times a high reputa- 
tion and prominent standing with business men, and was much esteemed in 
the community. He was an active member of the Presbyterian Church at Eliza- 
beth, and died there, in the Christian faith, April 4, 1856, at the age of seventy- 
one years and five and one-haK months. He was buried in the Evergreen Ceme- 
tery of Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

RUFUS KELLOGG (554). 

RuFUS B^ELLOGG (554), the third son of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), was born at 
Norwalk, Connecticut, December 13, 1786. He married, March 20, 1811, Betsey 
Clark (35), only daughter of Aaron Clark (27), of Orange, Connecticut. Betsey 
Clark (35) was born at Bethany, Connecticut, July 20, 1789. 

They had two children, as follows: 

588. Miranda Polly, 

Born August 8, 1813, at Milford, Connecticut. She married Joseph Pierce 
Nevins about the close of the year 1836. 

589. Anijie Maria, 

Bom October 6, 1816, at Northfield, Connecticut. She married, in the 
year 1839, the Rev. William Humphrey Enos. 

About the year 1820, Rufus Kellogg (554) removed his family from North- 
field, Connecticut, to the State of Pennsylvania, and resided at or near Ship- 
pensburgh, where he carried on the mercantile and other business. Early in the 
year 1832, being attacked with disease, he returned to his former home in 
Northfield, and to the home of his father-in-law Aaron Clark (27), at Orange, 
where, after a lingering sickness, he died September 28, 1832, aged forty-five 
years and nine and one-half months. His widow continued to reside at Shippens- 
burgh, where she died December 24, 1856, aged sixty-seven years and five months. 

ABIGAIL KELLOGG (555). 

Abigail (Kellogg) Merriam (555), the daughter of James Kellogg, Sr. 
(527), was born at Norwalk, Connecticut, January 5, 1789, and married Levi Mer- 
riam, of Plymouth, Connecticut, March 25, 1811. He was born June 28, 1787. 
They lived in Plymouth until they died. She died March 29, 1839, aged about 
fifty years and three months. His death occurred in April, 1850, when he was 
about sixty-two years and eight months old. 

They had six children, as follows: 

590. Ansel, 

Bom at Plymouth, Connecticut, December 24, 1811. He died June 13. 



26 FAMILY RECORD OF EDWARD KELLOGG. 

1831, at Norwalk, Ohio, where he was attending an Academy preparing to 
enter Gambier College. 

591. Betsey, 

Bom at Plymouth, Connecticut, October 1, 1813. She was married, May 
13, 1834, to George Buckingham, of Watertown, Connecticut. 

592. David Kellogg, » 

Born at Plymouth, November 14, 1815. He married, September 1, 1840, 
Julia A. Dutton, of Plymouth, and died June 22, 1876. 

593. Julia Ann, 

Born at Plymouth, April 10, 1819, and died there November 15, 1821, 
about two years and seven months old. 

594. Frederick^ 

Born at Plymouth, April 10, 1823, and died there February 10, 1845, being 
twenty-one years and ten months of age. 

595. Lydia. Nash, 

Born at Plymouth, June 30, 1825. She was married, October 5, 1854, at 
Akron, Ohio, to Mansfield Sumner, of that place. 

EDWARD KELLOGG. 

Edward Kellogg (556), the fourth son of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), was- 
born at Norwalk, Connecticut, October 18, 1790. He married. May 20, 1817, 
Esther Fenn, daughter of Lyman Warner, of Plymouth, Connecticut, by whom 
he had five children, viz : 

596. Elizabeth Warner, 

Born at Plymouth, February 13, 1818. She was married, at New York City, 
April 20, 1836, to Philip S. Jones, M. D., of New York, who was born Sep- 
tember 24, 1811. She died at Brooklyn, New York, April 21, 1864, forty- 
six years and two months old, having had no children. 

597. Amelia Nash, 

Born at Northfield, Connecticut, June 25, 1820. She was married, June 
18, 1838, at New York, to Major John C. Henshaw, who was born May 25, 
1815. He died at Elizabeth, New Jersey, October 30, 1877. They had no 
children. 

598. Edward Root, 

Born in New York City, January 26, 1824. He married, June 18, 1850, 
Rebecca Jennette Fuller, by whom he had seven children. 

599. Mary Esther, 

Born in New York City, February 22, 1826. She married, February 22, 
1854, Samuel W. Putnam, of New York. They live at Elizabeth, New Jer- 
sey, (in 1876), without children. 

600. Harriet Elvira, 

Born in New York City, March 9, 1828. She was married, February 22, 
1854, to Carroll Dunham, M. D., who died at Irvington, New York, Febru- 
ary 18, 1877, by whom she had six children. 

Edward Kellogg (556), established himself in the wholesale dry goods trade 
in the City of New York, about the year 1820. He was located on Pearl street, 
a short distance north of Hanover Square, where he transacted a large and 
prosperous business until the year 1837. He was largely interested in real 



FAMILY RECORD OP FREDERICK KELLOGG. 27 

estate in the City of Brooklyn, and removed his family there from New York in 
1838, giving his time thereafter principally to the management of his large 
estate. He was the author of two valuable works on financial subjects, entitled 
"Labor and Other Capital," and **A New Monetary System." He died in 
Brooklyn, April 29, 1858, aged sixty-seven years six months and eleven days. 
His widow, a most lovely and estimable woman, died August 12, 1872, being about 
seventy-eight years and six months of age. She was buried by the side of her 
husband in Greenwood Cemetery, Brooklyn, New York. 

FREDERICK KELLOGG (557) 

Frederick Kellogg (557), the fifth son of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), was 
bom at Norwalk, Connecticut, August 11, 1792. He married, March 24, 1819, 
IMinerva, daughter of Chauncey Warner, of Plymouth, Connecticut, who di>'^ 
January 8, 1860, and by whom he had six children, viz. : 

601.^ Elvira Warner, 

Bom at Northfield, Connecticut, January 4, 1820. Si.ie was married, 
August 27, 18^.0, to Geor£:e A. Trowbridge, of New York City, by whom 
sh^ had two children. 

602. Chauncey Warner, 

Bom at Northfield, Connecticut, December 15., 1821. He married, October 
4, 1846, Mary Eliza Bassett, of Northfield, Cjnnecticut, by whom he had six 
children. 

603. Albert Frederick, 

Bom at Reading, Pennsylvania, March 20, 1824. He married, August 26, 
1850, Sarah Jane Bassett, of Northfield, Connecticut, by whom he had two 
children. 

604. Edwin Merritt 

Born at Reading, Pennsylvania, September 20, 1826. He married, April 
16, 1867, Louisa Chur, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who died in April, 
1868. He was married, the second time, to Frances Ann Bowen, Octo- 
ber 11, 1869. 

605. Levi Merriam, 

Born at Reading, Pennsyvania, September 4, 1829. He married, May 1, 
1859, Delight L. Wickes, who was born April 26, 1826, at Rensselaerville, 
Albany County, New York, and died in San Francisco, June 23, 1869, by 
whom he has one daughter. 

606. Ansel Nash, 

Born at Reading, Pennsylvania, March 20, 1832. He married, August 31, 
1859, at Baraboo, Wisconsin, Annie E. Barnes. 

Frederick Kellogg (557), having established himself in the mercantile busi- 
ness at Reading, Pennsylvania, removed his family there from Northfield, 
Connecticut, about the year 1822. In March, 1834, he left Reading, and, locat- 
ing his family in New York, he commenced and carried on for many years an 
extensive trade in that city, residing in Brooklyn from 1841 to 1849. In the 
year 1855 he went to Baraboo, Wisconsin, where three of his sons were then re- 
siding and remained with them until his death, which occurred May 11, 1860, at 
the age of sixty-seven years and nine months. 



28 FAMILY BEGORDS OF LYDIA AND OHARLES KELLOGG. 

LTDIA KELLOGG (558). 

Lydia (Kellogg) Clark (558), the youngest child of James Kellogg, Sr., 
(627), by his first wife, was born April 28, 1794, at Franklin, Dutchess County, 
New York. She was married. May 7, 1817, to Merritt Clark (36), son of Aarcn 
Clark (27), of Orange, Connecticut. Her husband was bom at Bethany, Con- 
necticut, March 8, 1793, by whom she had two children, viz. : 

607- (37). Elizabeth Fowler, 

Born at Northfield, Connecticut, February 8, 1818. She was married to 
Albert G. Tuttle, by whom she had four children — named: 608-(38). Albert 
Clark; 609-(39). Herbert; 610-(40). Merritt Isaac, and 611-/^41). Ed- 
ward — all, except the oldest, bom in Baraboo, Wisconsin, where Albert 
G. Tuttle had removed his family. 

612- (42). Louisa Ann, 

Born at Northfield, Connecticut, September 26, 1819. She was married, 
September, 29, 1845, to Ralph G. Camp, of Northfield, by whom she had 
one son — 613- (43). Arthur Kellogg Camp. She died at Northfield, June 
29, 1848, aged twenty-eight years and nine months. 
Lydia (Kellogg) Clark (558) died at Northfield, October 15, 1825, aged thirty- 
one years and five and one-half months. Her husband, Merritt Clark" (36), re- 
moved to the State of Wisconsin about the year 1849, and died at Baraboo, in 
that State, February 27, 1868, aged about seventy-five years. [See family record 
of Merritt Clark (36).] 

CHARLES KELLOGG (560). 
Charles Kjellogg (560) the second son of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), by his 
second wife, was born at Franklin, Dutchess County, New York, August 14, 
1798. He married, March 28, 1827, Hannah Drake, who was born January 15, 
1803. They lived several years at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, and, in the 
year 1833, removed to Ann Arbor, Michigan, and afterwards removed to Hast- 
ings, in the same State, where he died October 16, 1847, aged forty-nine years 
and two months. 

They had six children, viz.: 

614. Martha Thompson, 

Born at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, May 7, 1828. Married, June 4, 
1849, Clark H. Palmer, by whom she had ten children. 

615. Mary Drake, 

Born at Tompkinsville, June 13, 1830. Married, in November, 1848, to 
Jacob M. Hale, by whom she had four children. 

616. Hannah Delia, 

Born at Tompkinsville, June 22, 1833. Married, June 22, 1853, Edward 
Martin Gates, by whom she had four or more children. 

617. Phebe Esther, 

Bom at Ann Arbor, Michigan, October 12, 1835. Married, in April, 1860, 
to Edwin Boyer, and had (in 1868) by him three children. 

618. Charles Drake f 1 born at Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 29, 1838. 

He was unmarried and died in Hospital at 
Danville, November 5, 1862, a soldier in the 

Twins !- United States Army. 

born at Ann Arbor, Michigan, June 29, 1838. 
He married November 1, 1859, and died 
November SO, 1859. 



619. Julius Clark 



FAMILY RECORDS OP CLARK, ANNA, AND JULIA KELLOGG. 29 

CLARK KELLOGG (561). 

Clark Kellogg (661), the third son of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), by his 
second wife, was born at North Salem, Dutchess County, New York, October 14, 
1800. He married, October 28, 1828, Catharine Sargeant, of New Jersey. They 
lived at Elizabeth, New Jersey, until the year 1885, when they removed to Osh- 
temo (near Kalamazoo) Michigan, where they resided until his death, Septem- 
ber 3, 1870, being about seventy years of age. His widow, Catharine, died 
at Oshtemo, Michigan, August 29, 1873. 

They had six children, viz. : 

620. James Merritt, 

Born September 22, 1829, at Elizabeth, New Jersey; married, December 8, 
1867, Susan Safford, a widow, with two sons. 

621. Ann Maria, 

Born at Elizabeth, New Jersey, July 31, 1831, and died. there December 28, 
1833, aged two years and live months. 

622. Henry Clark, 

Born September 16, 1833, at Elizabeth, and died there June 1, 1834, aged 
eight and one-half months. 

623. Frederick Clark, 

Born October 1, 1837, at Oshtemo, Michigan, where he died June 15, 1867^ 
unmarried, aged about thirty years. 

624. Emily Winslow, 

Born March 19, 1840, at Oshtemo. She married George H. Snow, August 
18, 1874. 

625. Albert Sargeant, 

Bom November 30, 1842, at Oshtemo, and married May 1, 1870, Jane 
Balch. 

anna weed KELLOGG (562) 

Anna Weed Kellogg (562), the oldest daughter of James Kellogg, Sr. (527), 
by his second wife, was born at Northfield, Connecticut, March 26, 1803. She was 
married, September 27, 1832, at Green Bay, Wisconsin, to John Y. Smith, of 
Madison, Wisconsin. She lived at Madison from about the year 1834 until she 
died, on the 3d of March, 1847, being nearly forty-four years of age. 

She had one son, viz. : 

626. Haydn Kellogg, 

Bom February 8, 1834, at Green Bay, Wisconsin. He married Fannie 
Proctor, August 30, 1860, by whom he had one child, named — 627. Ida — 
who was born in September, 1861. Haydn Kellogg Smith (626) has been 
connected, as editor, with the Milwaukee Sentinel, of Milwaukee, Wiscon- 
sin, and with the Chicago Times, for the past ten or more years (1876). 

JULIA KELLOGG (563). 

Julia (Kellogg) Smith (563), the youngest daughter of James Kellogg Sr. 
(527) , by his second wife, was born March 26, 1805, at Northfield, Connecticut. 
She was married, November 5, 1828, to Ogden Smith, of Elizabeth, New Jersey. 
He was bom August 27, 1803, and resided in Elizabeth until his death, February 
8, 1851, aged about forty-seven years and five months. 
They had seven children, viz. : 



30 FAltflLY RECORD OF JAMES KELLOGG, JR. 

628. Elijah Kellogg, 

Born at Elizabeth, February 8, 1831. He was married, June 14, 1852, to 
Harriet C. Squier, of Somerville, New Jersey. 

629. Mary Johnson, 

Born at Elizabeth, July 7, 1832, and died there, October 29, 1832, nearly 
four months old. 

630. John Jewell, 

Born at Elizabeth, July 13, 1834. He was married, April 28, 1855, to Hen- 
rietta DeGroot, of Elizabeth. 

631. Martha Clark, 

Born at Elizabeth, November 3, 1837. She was married, June 26, 1860, to 
Joseph Alward, of Elizabeth. 

632. Elias Darby, 

Born at Bound Brook, New Jersey, April 6, 1840. Married, September 13, 
1865, Ke zia P. Martin, of Hackettstown, New Jersey. 

633. Walter Ogden ' 1 born at Somerville, New Jersey, June 11, 1843. 

Married, September 12, 1866, Henrietta 

Twins \ Frances Wells. 

born at Somerville, New Jersey, June 11, 1843, 
where she died June 22, 1845, aged two years. 



634. Julia Anna 



CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF JAMES KELLOGG, Jb. (551). 

Eliza Kellogg (565), the oldest daughter of James Kellogg, Jr. (551), was 
born August 12, 1808, at Northfield, Connecticut. She was married, December 
31, 1828, to George Patton, of Lewistown, Pennsylvania. They removed to 
Cleveland, Ohio, about the year 1834, and soon thereaftei^ to Cincinnati, where 
they resided until about 1857, when they removed to Lake City, Minnesota, 
where they were living in 1876. 

They had seven children, as follows: 

635. Eliza Jane, 

Born October 31, 1829, at Birmingham, Pennsylvania. She was married, 
January 14, 1851, to Rev. Silas Hazlett, at Cincinnati, Ohio, and died 
March 3, 1865, aged thirty-five years and four months. She left one 
daughter — 

686. Mary Jane, born December 23, 1851, who married J. Barnett 
McLean, February 21, 1876, at Lake City, Minnesota. 

637. James Edward, 

Born August 14, 1832, at Allenville, Pennsylvania, and married Sarah E. 
Luddington, April 2, 1861, at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Their children were: 

-' 638. Frances Eliza, bom February 9, 1862, and died May 30, 1874, 
aged twelve years and seven months. 

639. George Harrison, born November 23, 1863, and died October 
12, 1871, aged seven years and eleven months. 

640. James Edward, born February 24, 1865. 

641. Sarah L., born September 12, 1867. 

(»42. Luddington, born November 25, 1871. 

643. George Randolph, 

Born August 16, 1834, at Allenville, Pennsylvania, and married Frances M. 



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FAMILY BEOOKD OF ELIJAH KELLOGG. 31 

Patterson, March 26, 1857, at Cincinnati, Ohio. They had two children, as 
follows: 

644. Edward AdolpHus, bom September 11, 1858 ; and 

645. Ella Eliza, born May 20, 1865. 

646. Hiram Turner, 

Born February 16, 1837, at AUenville, Pennsylvania, and marrted Mary E. 
Hughes, August 25, 1873, at Cincinnati, Ohio. Their son, 647. George 
W., was born September 3, 1876. 

648. Augustus Merriam, 

Born September 22, 1839, at Whitehall, Pennsylvania, and married Julia 
O. Cooper, May 8, 1862. He died February 12, 1869, aged twenty-nine 
years. Their children were: 649. George Hiram, born January 6, 1864, 
and 650. Frank. 

651. William Humphreys, 

Born May 7, 1843, at Reedsville, Pennsylvania, and died January 5, 1848, 
aged four years and seven months. 

662. Nathan, 

Born April 22, 1850, at Cincinnati, Ohio. 

Mary Kellogg (566), second daughter of Jam^s Kellogg, Jr. (551), was born 
at Northfield, Conn., March 5, 1810; married, at Lewistown, Pa., April 28, 1828, 
Theophilus Keckeler; died at Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 4, 1860. Her husband was 
bom at Stutgard, Germany, Feb. 10, 1800, and died at Cincinnati, July 20, 1854. 
They had five children, viz. : 

653. Theophilus Turner, born at Belief onte. Pa., Feb. 7, 1829; married, July 13, 
1852, at Cincinnati, Mary Adela Manser, who was born there, Nov. 26, 1832. 

654. Theodore Kellogg, born at Belief onte. Pa., Feb. 7, 1829; married, March 
27, 1850, at Cincinnati, Elizabeth Jane McLaughlin; died at Cincinnati, April 
25, 1864. His wife was bom at Cincinnati, Sept. 21, 1829. 

655. Adolphus Turner, born at Belief onte, Pa. , March 29, 1831 ; married, at 
Cincinnati, July 21, 1853, Louisa Ryland, who was born there, March 14, 
1833, and died there, Dec. 28, 1863. He married, as his second wife. Tem- 
perance Hartman Kinsey, at Cincinnati, June 7, 1866, who was born in Indi- 
ana (records burned.) 

656. Mary Roxana, born at Lewistown, Pa., March 13, 1834; married, at Cincin- 
nati, Aug. 25, 18ti9, Francis G. Cleneay, born at Augusta, Ky., March 5, 1831. 

657. Cavharine Kellogg, born at Cincinnati, Feb. 14, 1845; married there. 
May 7, 1868, L. P. Meredith, born at Xenia, Ohio, March 18, 1841. 

children and grandchildren of ELIJAH KELLOGG (553). 

Mary Almira Kellogg (577); the fourth child of Elijah Kellogg (553), was 
born September 1, 1819, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. She was married, June 8, 
1841, to William F. Day of the same place, where they lived until his death 
April 6, 1870. Mr. Day was an attorney and counsellor-at-law ; he was eminent 
in his profession, and a devout Cliristian man. Hi? widow still resides in Eliza- 
beth, New Jersey (1876). 

They had six children, as follows: 



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33 FAMILY BEOOBD OF BUFDB KELLOGG. 

659. Anna Maria, 

Bom July 9, 1842, at Elizabeth. She was married, October 8, 1863, to 
Thomas S. Crane, of Newark, New Jersey. 

660. William Foster, 

Bom November 21, 1843, at Elizabeth, and died there May 5, 1845, aged 
one year and five and one-haU months. 

661. Frederick Kellogg, 

Bom June 4, 1848, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

662. Edward Augustus, 

Bom August 26, 1852, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

663. William Truesdell, 

Bom January 26, 1854, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

664. Louisa Kellogg, 

Bom July 22, 1855, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 
Aaron Woodruff Kellogg (579), the sixth child of Elijah Kellogg (553), 
was born February 6, 1824, at Elizabeth. Married, October 13, 1869, Clara A. 
Miller, of Elizabeth, by whom he has the following children: 

665. Augustus Clark, 

Bom August 24, 1870, at Elizabeth. 

666. Wm. Day, 

Bom April 26, 1872, at Elizabeth. 

667. Robert Miller, 

Bom June 24, 1876, at Elizabeth. 

James Crane Kellogg (584), the oldest son of Elijah Kellogg (553), by his 
second wife, was bom July 18, 1837, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. He was married. 
June 3, 1868, to Elizabeth L. Woodruff, who was bom at Elizabeth, June 10, 
1843, and had children by her, as follows: 

668. James Crane, 

Bom February 11, 1872, at Elizabeth 

669. Morris Woodruff, 

Born January 16, 1873, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

670. Clementine, 

Bom November 4, 1874, at Elizabeth 

CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF RUFUS KELLOGG (554). 

Miranda Polly (Kellogg) Nevins (588), the oldest child of Rufus Kellogg 
(554), was born August 8, 1813, at Milford, Connecticut. About the year 1820, 
her father removed his family from Northfield, Connecticut, to the State of 
Pennsylvania, and resided at or near Shippensburgh, where Miranda was mar- 
ried, about the close of the year 1836, to Joseph Pierce Nevins, of Shippens- 
burgh, where they lived until her death, on January 6, 1843, at the age of twen- 
ry-nine years and five months. Her husband died at Shippensburgh or Gettys- 
ourg, October 6, 1855. 

They had three children: 

671. Josephine Elizabeth, 

Who was bom September 28, 1837, in Shippensburgh, Pennsylvania, where 
she was living, unmarried, in 1876. 



FAMILT RECORD OF ABIGAIL (KELLOGG) MERRIAM. 83 

The other two children died in infancy, and their names and the dates of 
their birth are not known. 

AirariE Maria (KELLOoa) Ends (589), the second and youngest child of Knfns 
Kellogg (554), was born October 6, 1816, at Northfield, Connecticut. Her 
father removed his family from Northfield to Shippensburgh, Pennsylvania, or 
its vicinity, about the year 1820, where, in the year 1839, Annie Maria was 
married to Rev. William Humphrey Enos, a Methodist minister. They resided 
at Shippensburgh for many years, but lived in several other places for the 
period of two years each, according to the custom of the Methodist Church in 
regard to its ministers. Mr. Enos, her husband, died at or near Shippensburgh 
in the year 1855. 

They had the following children: 

672. TrOVILLO HyNARUS KELLOGa, 

Bom November 6, 1840, in Rockbridge County, Virginia. He married, 
October 30, 1865, Ellie M. Kerper, of Indianapolis, Indiana, and has 
children as follows: 

678. RoMELiA FosETTB, born September 22, 1866. 

'674. Charles Kellogg, born November 25, 1871. 

675. William Humphreys, born August 4, 1875; died September 
11, 1875. 

676. Elizabeth Miranda Ortelta, 

Born January 25, 1843, in Bath, Morgan County, Virginia. She married, 
November 29, 1866, in Shippensburgh, Pen^8ylvania, John Wesley Basore, 
of Rockingham County, Virginia, and had by him the following children 
(in 1876): 

677. Sidney Lee. 

678. Trovillo Shearer. 

679. William. 

680. WiLLiANNiE Romelia Fosette, 

Bom December 26, 1845, in Saint Mary's County, Maryland, and died 
December 27, 1857, in Hagerstown, Maryland, aged twelve years. 

681. Laphontus Trovando Vascoy, 

Born March 11, 1854, in Martinsburg, Virginia 

Annie Maria (Kellogg) Enos (589), was living, in the year 1876, with 
her daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth M. O. Basore (676), in the Town of Broadway, 
Rockingham County, Virginia. 

CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF ABIGAIL (KELLOGG) MERRIAM (555). 

Betsey (Merriam) Buckingham (591), oldest daughter of Abigail (Kellogg) 
Merriam (555^ was born at Plymouth, Connecticut, October 1, 1813. She was 
married. May 13, 1834, to George Buckingham, who was born October 2, 1807, 
in Watertown, Connecticut, where they lived until 1844, when they removed to 
Akron, Ohio. Mr. Buckingham died in Akron, June 28, 1861, aged fifty-three 
vears and eight months. They had three children, viz. : 

682. George Edward, 

Born July 15, 1853, in Watertown, Connecticut. He married, March 10, 
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34 FAMHiY BEOOBD OF ABIOAIL (KELLOGG) MEBRIAM. 

1863, Frances Johnston, who was born in Akron, October 20, 1843. Their 
children were as follows : 

683. Geobge Edwakd, born in Akron, September 13, 1866. 

684. John Sherman, bom in Akron, May 2, 1868. 

686. Wilson GtOODhue, Born in Akron, November 4, 1872. 
685a. Frank Johnston, born January 16, 1874, and died September 
20, 1875. 

686. Mary Elizabeth, 

Bom February 28, 1838, at Watertown, Connecticut, and married, January 
1, 1861, 'Wilson G. Robinson, of Akron, Ohio, who was bom March 20, 
1834. They had one daughter, named : 

686a. Bessie M., bom October 15, 1861, and died July 12, 1862, 
nine months old. 

687. Sarah Abigail, 

Born July 24, 1841, at Watertown, Connecticut, (Not married in 1876.)- 
David Kellogg Merriam (592), the third child of Abigail (Kellogg) 
Merriam (555), was born November 14, 1815, at Plymouth, Connecticut. He 
married, September 1, 1840, Julia Anna Button, of Plymouth. He was a farm- 
er, and liyed on the old homestead of the family until his death, June 22, 1876. 
His wife died January 22, 1876, at Plymouth. 
They had eight children, as follows: 

688. Ansel Kellogg, 

Bom December 1, 1841, and died April 26, 1844. 

689. David Kellogg, 

Bom October 8, 1843, and lives at Plymouth, on the old homestead. 

690. Julia Eliza, 

Bom August 14, 1845. Married, June 17, 1870, to Charles W. Landon, at 
Thomaston, Connecticut. 

691. Harriet Louisa, 

Bom August 4, 1847. Married, May 15, 1873, to Morris H. Guernsey, at 
Thomaston, Connecticut. 

692. Laura Jane, 

Born September 19, 1850. Married to John Henry Roberts, June 2, 1876. 

693. Henrietta Kerfoot, 

Born December 6, 1853, and died March 21, 1875. 

694. Elizabeth Kellogg, 
Born January 7, 1857. 

695. LeviDutton, 

Bom October 23, 1859, and died January 7, 186.0. 

Lydia Nash (Mekriam) Sumner (595), the sixth and youngest child of Abi- 
gail (Kellogg) Merriam (555), was born June 30, 1825, in Plymouth, Connecti- 
cut. She married, October 5, 1854, at Akron, Ohio, Mansfield Sumner, who was 
born December 31, 1821, in Jamaica, Vermont. 

They had children, as follows : 

696. Frederick Merriam S j* • « ^ born in Akron, Ohio, September 15, 1855. 

697. Flora Louisa \ ^^^ j born in Akron, Ohio, September 15, 1855. 

698. Nettie Kellogg, 

Bom in Akron, Ohio, July 25, 1865, and died there Sepiemoer 5, 1869. 



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FAMILY RECORDS OF EDWARD AND FREDERICK KELLOGO. 35 

CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF EDWARD KELLOGG C556])« 

Ei>WARD Root Kellogg (698) , the third child and only aan of Edward 
Kellogg (556), was born in Ifew York City, January 26, 1824. He married, 
June 18, 1850, Rebecca Jennette Fuller, by whom he had seven children, viz.: 

699. Edward, 

Born September 3, 1852, at Trumansburg, New York. He married, Janu- 
ary 15, 1874, Henrietta M. Wilson, and died January 4, 1875, at Savanilla, 
United States of Colombia, South America, where he had gone a few 
months before for business purposes 

700. Helen Elizabeth, 

Born September 5, 1854, at Trumansburg, and died there, August 29, 1857. 

701. Samuel Putnam, 

Bom March 28, 1856, at Trumansburg, New York. 

702. Amelia Nash, 

Born March 20, 1858, at Ithaca, New York 

703. Esther Fenn, 

Bom May 24, 1859, at Brooklyn, New York. 

704. Chas. Baldwin, 

Born June 30, 1861, at Brooklyn, New York. 

705. Lyman Warner, 

Bom November 8, 1863, at Brooklyn, New York, and died there, August 
; 6, 1864. 

Harriet Elvira Kellogg (600), the youngest child of Edward Kellogg 
(556), was born March 9, 1828, in New York City. She was married, February 
22, 1854, to Carroll Dunham, M. D., of New York. Dr. Dunham died at Irving- 
ton, New York, February 18, 1877. 

They had six children, as follows: 

706. Carroll, 

Born June 25, 1858, at Newburgh, New York. 

707. Edward Kellogg, 

Born September 1, 1860, at Newburgh, New York. 

708. Theodore, 

Born November, 1862, at Irvington, New York. 

709. Herbert, 

Born June, 1865, at Irvington, New York, and died there, March, 1868. 

710. CONSTANTINE, 

Born June, 1867, at Irvington, New York, and died there, March, 1868. 

711. Beatrice, 

Born March 2, 1870, at Irvington, New York. 

CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF FREDERICK KELLOGG (557). 

Elvira Warner (Kellogg) Trowbridge (601), the oldest child of Fred- 
erick Kellogg (557), was born January 4, 1820, at Northfield, Connecticut. 
She was married, August 27, 1840, to George A. Trowbridge, of New York 
City, by whom she had two children, viz. : 

712. Henrietta Kjellogg, 

Bom April 8, 1842, at Brooklyn, New York. She was married, December 



36 FAMILY KEOORD OF FREDEKIGK KELLOGG. 

7, 1864, to Samuel Whiting Hollister, of New York City, by whom she had 
five children, viz. : 

713. George Trowbridge, bom October 5, 1865. 

714. Mary Cassin Robertson, bom Angost 26, 1867. 

715. Frederick Kellogg, bom March 26, 1869. 

716. Elvira Trowbridge, bom March 23, 1871, and died Septem- 
ber 4, 1871. 

717. Arthur, born August 4, 1875. 

718. Frederick Kellogg, 

Bom April 26, 1843, at Brooklyn, New York, and married Elvira Kellogg 
Trowbridge, December 7, 1871, by whom he has one child — 

719. Edwin Kellogg Trowbridge, bom May 12, 1876. 

Chauncey Warner Kellogg (602), the oldest son of Frederick Kellogg 
(557), was born December 15, 1821, at Northfield, Connecticut. He married, 
October 4, 1846, Mary Eliza Bassett, of Northfield, by whom he had six children, 
as follows: 

720. George Trowbridge, 

Bom July 23, 1848, at Northfield, Connecticut. 

721. MajiyAnna, 

Born January 24, 1855, at Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

722. Kate, 

Bom April 23, 1857, at Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

723. Frederick, 

Bom October 1, 1860, at Baraboo, Wisconsin, and died October 13, 1865. 

724. Carrie, 

Bom November 1, 1862, at Baraboo, Wisconsin, and died July 17, 1865. 

725. Archibald, 

Bom April 19, 1865, at Baraboo, Wisconsin 

Albert Frederick Kellogg (603), the second son of Frederick Kellogg- 
(557), was bom March 20, 1824, at Reading, Pennsylvania. He was married, 
August 26, 1850, to Sarah Jane Bassett, of Northfield, Connecticut, by whom he 
had two children, viz. : 

726. Alice Minerva, 

Bom February 20, 1854, at Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

727. Arthur Albert, 

Bom March 27, 1858. at Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

Edwin Merritt Kellogg, M. D. (604), third son of Frederick Kellogg (657), 
was bom September 20, 1^26, at Reading, Pennsylvania. He married, April 16, 
1867, Louisa Chur, who was born October 9, 1840, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 
and died March 25, 1868, at her home in New York City, without children, aged 
twenty-seven years and six months. 

Edwin Merritt Kellogg, M. D. (604), was married, the second time, Octo- 
ber 11, 1869, to Frances Ann Bowen, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, born in Bos- 
ton, September 25, 1836. 

Levi Mt^'^h^tam Kellogg (605), the fourth son of Frederick Kellogg (557), 



FAMILY RECORD OF JUUA (KELLOGG) SMITH. 87 

was born September 4, 1829, at Reading, Pennsylvania. He married, May 1, 
1859, Delight L. Wickes, who was born April 26, 1826, at Rensselaerville, Albany 
County, ]New York, and died in San Francisco, June 23, 1869, by whom lie had 
one daughter: 

728. Minerva, 

Born at Nevada, California, Mav 10, 1860. 

Ansel Nash Kellogg (606), the youngest child and fifth son of Frederick 
Kellogg (557), was born March 20, 1832, at Reading, Pennsylvania. He 
married, Au^ist 31, 1859, at Baraboo, Wisconsin, Annie E. Barnes, w>o was 
born March 81, 1842, at Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. 

They have two daughters, vizf: 

729. Amelia Worthington, 

Bom December 10, 1860, at Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

730. Josephine Warner, 

Born June 30, 1862, at Baraboo, Wisconsin. 

CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN OF JUIJA (KELLOGG) SMITH (563). 

Elijah BIellogg Smith (628), the oldest child of Julia (Kellogg) Smith 
(563), was born February 3, 1831, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. He was married, 
June 14, 1852, to Harriet C. Squier, of Somerville, New Jersey, who was born 
June 15, 1830, and by whom he had the following children: 

731. Julia Vail, 

Born August 2, 1853, at Somerville, New Jersey, and died October 15, 1875, 
at Plainfield, New Jersey. 

732. Herbert Stearns Squier, 

Born May 31, 1857, at Elizabeth, New Jersey 

John Jewell Smith (630), the third child of Julia (Kellogg) Smith (563). 
was born July 13, 1834, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. He married, April 28, 1855, 
Henrietta DeGroot, of Elizabeth, New Jersey, who was born March 21, 1836, 
and by whom he had two daughters: 

733. Ida Maria, 

Born August 12, 1856, at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and died in Goshen, New 
York, August 28, 1868. 

784. Ella Marion, 

Born June 12, 1860, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

Martha Clark Smith (631), the fourth child of Julia (Kellogg) Smith 
(563), was born November 3, 1837, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. She was married, 
June 26, 1860, to Joseph Alward, of Elizabeth, who was born at Basking Ridge, 
New Jersey, July 4, 1828. They had children, viz. : 

735. Fannie Isabel, 

Bom August 18, 1861, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

736. Mary Ellen, 

Born November 15, 1863, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

737. Frederick Walter, 

Born October 12, 1868, at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and died there August 27, 
1874. 

Elias Darby Smith (632), son of Julia (Kellogg) Smith (563), was bom 



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FAMILY RECORD OF MARY (KELLOGG) KEOKELER. 



April 6, 1840, at Bound Brook, New Jersey. He married, September 18, 1865, 
Kezia P. Martin, who was born September 20, 1844. Their children were: 

738. Clarence Ogden, born July 7, 1867, at Elizabeth, and died there, Sep- 
tember 2, 1867, two months old. 

739. Jessie Jewell, born May 28, 1869, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

740. Florence Edith, born May 22, 1872, at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and died 
there, August 14, 1872, three months old. 

741. Floyd Martin, born December 18, 1873, at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and 
died there, August 30, 1874. 

742. Leroy Winfield, born November 6, 1875, at Elizabeth, and died there, 
June 27, 1876. 

Walter Ogden Smith (633), the youngest son of Julia (Kellogg) Smith 
(563), was born at Somerville, New Jersey, June 11, 1843. He married, Sep- 
tember 12, 1866, Henrietta Frances Wells, who was born at Bloomfield, New 
Jersey, October 24, 1847, and has the following children: 

743. Mabel Cooley, born May 31, 1867, at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and died 
there, December 19, 1867, about seven months old. 

744. Howard Wells, born October 29, 1870, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

745. Frank Kellogg, born April 14, 1873, at Elizabeth, New Jersey. 

746. Harry DeWitt, born November 8, 1874, at Elizabeth, New Jersey, and 
died there, July 17, 1875, about eight months old. 

GRANDCHILDREN OF MARY (KELLOGG) KECKELER (566). 

CHILDBEN OF THEOPHLLUS TURNER KECKELER (658) AIOJ MART ADELA. MANSER. 

747. Harry Clifford, born at Cincinnati, Ohio, March 81, 1854, and died there, 
September 15, 1856. 

748. Charles, born at Cincinnati, Dec. 15, 1857; died there, Nov. 19, 1868. 

749. Walter, born at Cincinnati, May 19, 1859; died there, June 29, 1859. 

750. LiLLiE, born at Cincinnati, March 7, 1870; died there, March 9, 1870. 

CHILDREN OF THEOT^ORB KELLOGG KECKELER (654) AND ELIZABETH JANE MCLAUGHLIN. 

751. William Chatfield, born at Cincinnati, Jan. 29, 1851; married there, to 
Fanny Westrup. 

752. Edwin Theodore, born at Cincinnati, Sept. 9, 1854. 

CHILDREN OF ADOLPHUS TURNER KEOKELER (655) AND LOUISA RTLAND. 

753. Louise Ryland, born at Cincinnati, June 7, 1854; married there, June 15, 
1872, to Clarence S. Lamprey, born at Concord, N. H., May 14, 1848. 

754. Frank Adolphds, born at Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 22, 1858; died at Cincin- 
nati, Jan. 31, 1873. 

CHILDREN OF MARY ROXANA KECKELER (656) AND FRANCIS G. OLENEAY. 

755. Kate, born at Cincinnati, June 3, 1860; died there, Nov. 25, 1862. 

756. Mary Blanche, born at Westfield, N. Y., July 19, 1867. 

CHILDREN OF CATHARINE K. KECKELER (657) AND L. P. MEREDITH. 

757. Corine, born at Cincinnati, Feb. 22, 1869. 

758. Kate, born at Cincinnati, Nov. 3, 1874; died there, Nov. 26, 1874. 

CHILDREN OF LOUISE RYLAND KECKELER (753) AND CLARENCE SUMNER LAMPRBT. 

759. Louise Ryland Lamprey, born at Cincinnati, June 9, 1873; died at Ry- 
land, Ky., Nov. 18, 1874. 

759a. Amy Lenore Lamprey, born at Ryland, Ky., Dec. 15, 1874. 

7596. Nina Lamprey, born at Cincinnati, Feb. 21, 1876; died there, April 28, 1876. 



FAMILY EEGOBDS OF CHARLES KELLOGG AND OTHERS. 89 

^ GRANDCHILDREN OF CHARLES KELLOGG (560). 

)k OHILDKEN of MARTHA- THOMPSON (KELLOGG) PALMER (614). 

760. Martha Alice, born May 2, 1850; died Sept. 4, 1850. 

761. Marion Delia, born March 31, 1852; married Robert C. Hunter in 1875. 

762. Martha Helen, born Nov. 29, 1854; died Aug. 1, 1856. , 

763. Ellen Esther, born Sept. 7, 1857; died Oct. 29, 1861. 

764. Anna Mary, born Sept. 5, 1859; died Feb. 14, 1869. 

765. Daughter, born Nov. 23, 1862; died Nov. — , 1862. 

^ 766. Charles Clark, born June 11, 1864; died June 19, 1865. 

I 767. Louis Clark, born July 28, 1866; died Nov. 14, 1867. 

^ 768. Willis Kellogg, born March 26, 1869. 



769. Claude Irwin, born May 31, 1871. 

770. Burte Clark, born Aug. 9, 1875. 

CHILDREN OP MARY DR^KE (KELLOGG) HALE (615). 

771. Clark Julius, bom Dec. 10, 1851. 

772. Harlan Page, born Aug. 11, 1853 

773. Sheppard Preston, born Dec. 15, L855. 

774. Mary Lillie, born Oct. 2, 1858. 

CHILDREN OF HANNAH DELIA (KELLOGG) GATES (616). 

776. Bird Elbert, born June 10, 1854; died Jan. 26, 1869. 

776. Charles Edward, born Dec. 20, 1860; died April 17, 1863. 

777. Archie Day, born July 12, 1865. 

778. Otto Bey, born July 16, 1866. 

CHILDREN OP PHEBE ESTHER (KELLOGG) BOYER (617). 

779. Araminta Harriette, born Mar^b ^. 1862. 

780. Alma Roena, born May 24, 186- . 

781. LoA Euphemia, born Jan. 17, 18t6. 



grandchildren of CLARK KELLOGG (561). 

CHILDREN OF JAMES MERRITT KELLOGG (620). 

782. Kate, born ^ov. 20, 1868. 

783. Mary Jane, bom Feb. 3, 1875. 

CHILDREN OP ALBERT SARGEANT KELLOGG (625). 

784. Julia Clark, born April 5, 1871. 

785. Elsie Jane, born Jan 31, 1875. 

786. Frederick William, born Jan. 13, 1877. 



grandchildren of MARY ALMIRA (KELLOGG) DAY (577). 

CHILDREN OF ANNIE M. (DAY) CRANE (659^. 

787. William F. Day, born Feb. 12, 1865. 

788. Adelaide W., born July 4, 1868. 

789. Almira Kellogg, born June 25, 1871. 

790. Louisa Day, born Feb. 1, 1875. 



EDWARD NASH, SR., AND DESCENDANTS. 



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1000. Edward Nash, Sr., was born at Lancaster, England, in 1592. His chil- 
dren b. in Lancaster were : 1001. Edward, Jr., b. in 1623 ; he emigrated 
from England to this country, probably with his brother Thomas (1002) ; 
Edward Nash (1001), is mentioned in the records of Stratford, Conn., as 
early as 1650, and in the records of Norwalk, 1652 ; he died at Norwalk 
in the jrear 1699 ; 1002. Thomas, settled at New Haven and lived there 
until his death in 1658 ; 1003. John, b. in 1630 ; he was at Stratford pre- 
vious to joining the company in the settlement of the Town of Norwalk, 
the same year he came from England. 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD NASH Jr. (1001). 

1004. John Nash, Sr., b. at Norwalk, Conn., soon after its first settlement (1650), 
as Mr. Savage, in his Genealogical Dictionary of New England, states that 
John Nash was the first white child born in Norwalk. He married, May 1, 
1684, Mary, daughter of John Combs, of Boston, and not, as some have 
stated, Mary, daughter of Thomas Barlow, of Fairfield, Conn., whose widow 
had married Combs. [So says Mr. Savage, above referred to.] Mr. Sav- 
age, in his work, also states that besides — 1005. John Nash, Jr., (next 
mentioned) John Nash, Sr. (1004), had six children: 1006. Nathan, born 
Jan. 26, 1692; 1007. Joseph, and four daughters. Edward (1001), and John 
Nash (1004), father and son, voted together at the Norwalk town meeting, 
on Dec. 4, 1694. Mrs. Mary (Combs) Nash, wife of John Nash, Sr. (1004), 
died Sept. 11, 1711. 

FAMU.Y OF JOHN NASH, Jr. (1005). 

John Nash, Jr. (1005), son of aforesaid John Nash (1004), b. at Norwalk, 
Dec. 25, 1688. Married, May 19, 1709, Abigail, daughter of Ebenezer Blakely, 
of New Haven. Their children were as follows: 

1008. Edward, born July 21, 1710. Married Mary Warren, who was born Dec. 
22, 1708; or, according to another account of the Warren family, to Eliza- 
beth Warren, who was born March 8, 1719. 

1009. Mary, born April 27, 1712, and married William Reed. 

1010. John, born December 23, 1713, and married, in 1736, Sarah Jackson. 

1011. Nathan, born about 1715, and married Jerusha Johnson. 

1012. Abraham, born October, 1718, and married Rhoda Keeler. 

1013. Mica J AH, born about 1720, and married Mary Scribner. 

1014. Samuel. 

1015. Jonathan, born about 1722, and married Scribner. 

1016. Abigail, born about 1725, and married Moses Beers. 

1017. Ebenezer, born about 1729, and married first, Martha Smith; second, 

Sarah Gregory; third, Phebe Olmstead. 

1018. MERCif*, born about 1733, and married Peter James. 

CHILDREN OF EDWARD NASH (1008.) 

1019. Lydia Nash, the youngest daughter of Edward Nash (1008), was born at 
Norwalk, Conn., July 5, 1761, and was married to James Kellogg (527), 
of Norwalk, on the 4th of November, 1779. 

1020. David Nash, Son of Edward Nash (1008), was married to Susannah 
Kellogg, April 23, 1767. Their daughter : 1021. Elizabeth Nash, was 
born February 23, 1768, and was married to Isaac Camp. They had chil- 
dren, as follows : 1022. David N. Camp ; 1023. Charles L. Camp ; 1024. 
Susannah Kellogg Camp, and others. 

Ji)25. Stephen is said to have b(»en a son of Edward Nash. Also, 
Eliakim, who died in New Fairfield in 1795. 



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