Kellogg, Frank Whipple

Kellogg, Frank Whipple

Male 1881 - 1968  (87 years)

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  • Name Kellogg, Frank Whipple  [1
    Born 8 Jan 1881  [2
    Gender Male 
    Died 10 Jan 1968  [2
    Person ID I43350  Sackett | Descendants of Thomas Sacket the Elder, Descendants of Simon Sackett the Colonist
    Last Modified 10 May 2017 

    Father Kellogg, Edward Allen,   b. 2 Sep 1851, Feeding Hills, Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1932, Feeding Hills, Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 80 years) 
    Mother Rising, Alice Martha,   b. Sep 1853, Southwick, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1934, Feeding Hills, Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 80 years) 
    Married 29 Nov 1871  Southwick, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Children 2 children 
    +1. Kellogg, Alvin Richard Sr.,   b. 10 Nov 1878, Feeding Hills, Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Mar 1960, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years)
    +2. Kellogg, Frank Whipple,   b. 8 Jan 1881,   d. 10 Jan 1968  (Age 87 years)
     
    Family ID F10724  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Roberts, Abbie L.,   d. Unknown 
    Children 
    +1. Kellogg, Richard Alvin,   b. 8 Dec 1910, Agawam, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Jan 1995, Springfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years)
    Last Modified 22 Mar 2017 
    Family ID F15847  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
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  • Sources 
    1. [S1553] Biographical review: Hampden County, Massachusetts, (Ancestry.com) (Reliability: 2), 24 Feb 2017.
      Bigraphical Review, p. 136

      EDWARD ALLEN KELLOGG is a fine representative of the agricultural element of the town of Agawam, Hampden County, where he has a well-improved farm, which he carefully cultivates, and is also intimately identified with its manufacturing and mercantile interests as an extensive dealer in lumber and live stock. He is a son of the late Richard Kellogg, and was born September 2, 1851, in Feeding Hills, in this town.

      Richard Kellogg, it is thought, was a native of Hampshire County, being a son of Whitney C. and Betsey Kellogg. At the age of sixteen years he bought his time of his father; and,
      possessing the true Yankee's wit and love of trade, he started out on foot with two trunks of tin filled with notions, useful and ornamental, and was so successful in disposing of his wares that he continued in the business several years, purchasing at length a pair of horses and a wagon, with which he peddled throughout this section of the country. Later, he established himself in mercantile business in Southampton, where he remained a number of years, having a large and lucrative trade. Coming then to Agawam, he bought a farm in Feeding Hills; and in its cultivation and improvement he spent the remainder of his years, dying June 18, 1892. His second wife, whose maiden name was Electa Allen, was born April 26, 1819, at Roberts's Meadow, Northampton, a daughter of Elijah and Eleeta (Warner) Allen. She died in October, 1865, leaving but one child, Edward Allen, of whom we write. The father subsequently married Elizabeth F. Spencer, who is now a resident of Springfield.

      After receiving his preliminary education in the district school, young Kellogg attended a Springfield school, and later the Williston Seminary in Easthampton. Having inherited his father's taste for trade, and having practically the entire charge of the home farm when only seventeen years old, he made a specially of dealing in live stock, and, using excellent judgment, made it profitable. Mr. Kellogg subsequently became interested in the lumber business, operating chiefly in Suffield, Conn., and Southwick, Mass., buying standing timber, which he manufactured into lumber and sold to dealers and builders. During all of this time he has carried on the home farm which he inherited, and which is pleasantly located about a quarter of a mile from Feeding Hills Coners. In his agricultural labors he exhibits the same skill, enterprise, and keen foresight that has ever characterized his other dealings, and has met with excellent success in all of his various undertakings.

      On November 29, 1871, Mr. Kellogg was united in marriage to Alice Martha Rising, a native of Southwick, Mass., and the daughter of Alvin Rising. Her father, who was a son of Samuel and Sarah Rising. removed from Suffield, Conn., the place of his nativity, to Southwick, where he carried on general farming the remainder of his days. His wife, Lucinda Emily Sackett, was a native of Southwick, Mass., and the daughter of Royal and Eunice (Hastings) Sackett, well-known and highly esteemed residents of that town. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg have two children -- Alvin Richard and Frank Whipple.

      Mr. Kellogg is held in high regard by his neighbors and fellow-townsmen; and his influence and assistance are always sought in behalf of public enterprises, as a man who has at heart the highest interests of the community. In polities he is a firm supporter of the principles of the Republican party, and for the past three years has served as Superintendent of Streets in the town of Agawam. Religiously, he and his wife are valued members of the Congregational church.

      Researched by Thurmon King; Transcribed by Ted Smith

    2. [S1282] North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000, (Ancestry.com) (Reliability: 2), 10 May 2017.
      Rising Genealogy : descendants of Jonathan Rising of Suffield, Connecticut

      p. 110
      John Rising's genealogy continued

      553.552 Alice7 Martha Rising (Alvin6, Samuel5, James4, James3, John2, James1). b. Southwick, MA., ca. 1853, d. Feeding Hills, MA., ca. 1934, m. Edwin Allen Kellogg, b. Feeding Hills, MA., ca. 1851, d. Feeding Hills, MA., ca. 1932.

      Children, surname Kellogg:
      558. i. Alvin8, Richard, b. 11-10-1878, d. 3-12-1960.
      559. ii. Frank Whipple, b. 1-9-1881, d. 1-10-1968.

      Transcribed by Ted Smith

    3. [S750] Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915, Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915, (https://familysearch.org).
      https://familysearch.org/
      Massachusetts Marriages, 1841-1915
      Name: Edward A. Kellogg
      Titles & Terms: «tab»
      Event: Marriage
      Event Date: 29 Nov 1871
      Event Place: Southwick, Massachusetts
      Gender: Male
      Age: 20
      Marital Status: «tab»
      Race: «tab»
      Birth Date: «tab»
      Birthplace: «tab»
      Marriage Registration Year: «tab»
      Marriage Registration Place: «tab»
      Estimated Birth Year: 1851
      Father: «tab»Richard Kellogg
      Mother: Electa
      Spouse: Alice M. Risny
      Spouse's Race: «tab»
      Spouse's Marital Status: «tab»
      Spouse's Father: Alvin Risny
      Spouse's Mother: Emily
      Record Number: 85
      Film Number: 1433029
      Digital Folder Number: 4279595
      Image Number: 00747

    4. [S1553] Biographical review: Hampden County, Massachusetts, (Ancestry.com) (Reliability: 2), 24 Feb 2017.
      Bigraphical Review, p. 136

      EDWARD ALLEN KELLOGG is a fine representative of the agricultural element of the town of Agawam, Hampden County, where he has a well-improved farm, which he carefully cultivates, and is also intimately identified with its manufacturing and mercantile interests as an extensive dealer in lumber and live stock. He is a son of the late Richard Kellogg, and was born September 2, 1851, in Feeding Hills, in this town.

      Richard Kellogg, it is thought, was a native of Hampshire County, being a son of Whitney C. and Betsey Kellogg. At the age of sixteen years he bought his time of his father; and,
      possessing the true Yankee's wit and love of trade, he started out on foot with two trunks of tin filled with notions, useful and ornamental, and was so successful in disposing of his wares that he continued in the business several years, purchasing at length a pair of horses and a wagon, with which he peddled throughout this section of the country. Later, he established himself in mercantile business in Southampton, where he remained a number of years, having a large and lucrative trade. Coming then to Agawam, he bought a farm in Feeding Hills; and in its cultivation and improvement he spent the remainder of his years, dying June 18, 1892. His second wife, whose maiden name was Electa Allen, was born April 26, 1819, at Roberts's Meadow, Northampton, a daughter of Elijah and Eleeta (Warner) Allen. She died in October, 1865, leaving but one child, Edward Allen, of whom we write. The father subsequently married Elizabeth F. Spencer, who is now a resident of Springfield.

      After receiving his preliminary education in the district school, young Kellogg attended a Springfield school, and later the Williston Seminary in Easthampton. Having inherited his father's taste for trade, and having practically the entire charge of the home farm when only seventeen years old, he made a specially of dealing in live stock, and, using excellent judgment, made it profitable. Mr. Kellogg subsequently became interested in the lumber business, operating chiefly in Suffield, Conn., and Southwick, Mass., buying standing timber, which he manufactured into lumber and sold to dealers and builders. During all of this time he has carried on the home farm which he inherited, and which is pleasantly located about a quarter of a mile from Feeding Hills Corners. In his agricultural labors he exhibits the same skill, enterprise, and keen foresight that has ever characterized his other dealings, and has met with excellent success in all of his various undertakings.

      On November 29, 1871, Mr. Kellogg was united in marriage to Alice Martha Rising, a native of Southwick, Mass., and the daughter of Alvin Rising. Her father, who was a son of Samuel and Sarah Rising. removed from Suffield, Conn., the place of his nativity, to Southwick, where he carried on general farming the remainder of his days. His wife, Lucinda Emily Sackett, was a native of Southwick, Mass., and the daughter of Royal and Eunice (Hastings) Sackett, well-known and highly esteemed residents of that town. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg have two children -- Alvin Richard and Frank Whipple.

      Mr. Kellogg is held in high regard by his neighbors and fellow-townsmen; and his influence and assistance are always sought in behalf of public enterprises, as a man who has at heart the highest interests of the community. In polities he is a firm supporter of the principles of the Republican party, and for the past three years has served as Superintendent of Streets in the town of Agawam. Religiously, he and his wife are valued members of the Congregational church.

      Researched by Thurmon King; Transcribed by Ted Smith


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