by Holly Adams Timm©
Nicholas Kellogg and Florence Hall had:
Thomas Kellogg had:
Phillippe Kellogg had:
Martin Kellogg and Prudence Bird had:
Joseph removed to New England and was referred to in Farmington Connecticut in 1651 as Lieutenant Joseph Kellogg.
Joseph Kellogg and Joanna Foote had:
Joseph Kellogg and Abigail Terry had:
Joseph Kellogg and Sarah Plumbe had:
John Kellogg and Sarah Moody had:
John Kellogg and Ruth had:
Joseph Kellogg and Abigail Smith had:
Ebenezer Kellogg and Sarah had:
Seth Kellogg and Naomi Parsons had:
Supplina Kellogg and Susan A Aldrich had:
Lauren Kellogg and Elizabeth Miller had:
Spencer was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census in Evanstown, Erie Co NY [V48 ED 242 Sheet 7 Line 13] - daughter Doris is listed as "son" Dorris on the Soundex card. Also, in the Buffalo 1900, V46, ED 303, L100 hh72 on Lancaster Avenue is notation "house closed".
Spencer Kellogg and Jane Morris had:
He married twice. He married first, Lida Deshler Wilson in Leavenworth KS, 31 May 1898. They are said to have met in Dutchess County NY. Lida would have been there to see her father's family, the Willson's. Lida was born in Leavenworth KS 26 Nov 1877, daughter of Edward Payson Wilson and Olive Sinks. Lida died abt 1960 in Cottonwood AZ. Lida and Spencer divorced and, about 1940, he married Cosetta Kupp, born ca 1908.
[photo, Spencer with daughter Lois ca 1900]
|Spencer Kellogg and Lida Deshler Wilson had one child, Lois Dorothy Kellogg, my grandmother, born 20 Jun 1899 [photo at right]. She was born in Buffalo, Erie Co NY 20 Jun 1899 and died ca 1970 in Scottsdale AZ. She married first Edward Howard Hutchison Roth in Buffalo, Erie Co NY, 10 May 1920, "son of two prominent Buffalo families". Edward was born in Buffalo, Erie Co NY 18 Sep 1896, son of Edward C Roth and Harriet Weller. Edward died abt 1988 in NY.|
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