Person:Charles Kellogg (9)

  • F.  Lucien Kellogg (add)
  • M.  Amanda Harmon (add)
m. 28 Sep 1820
  1. Charles Mason Kellogg1841 - 1889
  2. Lucian Ezra Kellogg1850 - 1930
m. 23 Dec 1873
  1. Alice Vera Kellogg1874 - 1950
  2. Mary Gem Kellogg1876 -
  3. Charles B. Kellogg1880 -
Facts and Events
Name Charles Mason Kellogg
Gender Male
Birth[1] 21 May 1841 Ashtabula, Ashtabula, Ohio, United States
Marriage 23 Dec 1873 Kansas, United Statesto Mary Jane Boylan
Military? 2d OH Heavy Artillery
Death? 11 Sep 1889 Bellingham, Whatcom, Washington, United States
Obituary[1] 13 Sep 1889 Bellingham, Whatcom, Washington, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Bellingham Bay Reveille
    September 13, 1889.

    Death of Judge C. M. KELLOGG.
    Hon. Charles M. KELLOGG, who died Tuesday, of diabetes, had just returned from the republican convention at Walla Walla, where he had received a nomination for the superior judgeship, which was conceded to be equivalent to an election, as the three counties Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish are strongly republican. He was born in Ashtabula, Ohio, May 21st, 1841, and was 48 years of age. He was the son of a wagon maker, and reached an enviable position, politically and socially, through his own exertions. He was emphatically a self made man. In early life he learned the trade of his father, but his taste for law soon led him away from this shop and in 1867 he was admitted to the bar. He practiced law for some time in Ohio, and removed to Clay Center, Kansas, in 1868. He was the pioneer lawyer of the section and was honored by the office of county attorney, state senator and representative from his county, repeatedly. Ill-health brought him to Whatcom in 1887, and he immediately took a leading position at the bar. In the interim between his majority and his admission to the bar Mr. KELLOGG entered the Union Army, and made an enviable record as a soldier. His record and ability made him at once, upon its organization, the commander of the G. A. R. post of this county, and no commander was ever better like or more respected. He leaves a devoted wife and three children. Telegrams of condolence have been received by his family from the Snohomish county bar, Judge DENNY and others. His funeral was held Thursday at _ p. m. and he was buried with the honors of the Grand Army of the Republic.

  2.   Hopkins, Timothy. The Kelloggs in the Old world and the New, Volume 2
    p. 1610.

    Charles Mason Kellogg, son of Lucien Hewens Kellogg