|Birth: ||Sep. 15, 1560|
Phillipe, aka Phillip, was the son of Ellen (unknown) and Thomas Kellogg of Essex Co, England. Old records show him born in the village of Bocking, which may now be Bocking Churchstreet a short drive NNE of Braintree in Essex Co.
Christening: 1560 in Debden, Essex Co, England.
Marriage: 2 Oct 1579 to Anne/Annis MYNOT (or MINOT).
One source, "Genealogical and Personal History of the Allegheny Valley - Vol 1" by John Woolf Jordan, lists Phillipe's name as Phillip. Reportedly there are records in Essex Co, England that show this spelling as well.
Note: There is a burial record for a daughter named Annis Kellogg, which reinforces the idea that her mother had the same name and spelling. Older KELLOGG sources usually show Phillip's wife's name as being unknown, but more modern sources (access to Essex Co. records) tend to identify her as this person.
Phillip KELLOGG first appears in Bocking, Essex County, a parish adjoining Braintree, on 15 September 1583, when his son, Thomas, was baptised. Two years later he was in Great Leighs, where his son, Robert, was baptised in 1585, the first time that the name KELLOGG appears in the registers of that parish. Baptismal records for all his children have not been found, as is shown by the burial of his unrecorded daughter, Annis, in Great Leighs, on 25 May 1611. The registers of Great Leighs exist back to 1558.
A search of the Court rolls of Great Leighs fails to reveal the name of KELLOGG, though researchers need to continue to check for other spellings common in his time (CELLOUG, etc.).
No record of his death in Great Leighs has been found, and since the records of Great Leighs are quite full, it is probable that he did not die there. He may have removed to Braintree and had other children, but the records of Braintree extend no farther back than 1660 and the earliest known date of a KELLOGG in Braintree was in 1623, when Moses Woll mentioned Phillippe's son, Robert, in his will.
Their known children:
1) Thomas, baptized in Bocking 15 September 1583, buried 1 December 1663; married in Great Leighs 4 May 1611, Annis Hare. In the record of his marriage his name is spelled Celoge.
2) Annis, buried in Great Leighs, 25 May 1611.
3) Robert, baptized in Great Leighs on 14 November 1585, buried in Braintree, 18 January 1666.
4) Mary, baptized in Great Leighs on 16 February 1588; married 1 May 1628, William Stotturne.
5) Prudence, baptized in Great Leighs on 20 March 1592, buried 24 March 1629.
6) Martyn, or Martin.
7) Nathaniel; married Elizabeth; he was a founder of Hartford, Connecticut, and died in New England.
9) Jane; married ? Allison
10) Rachel, died before 20 October 1666; married Samuel Cave, who made his will mentioning his three daughters, Rachel, the wife of John Parborow; Phoebe and Mary, and a son, Nathaniel.
Sources: LDS Church Family Search ancestral file, Massachusetts Census, 1790-1890, U.S. and International Marriages, 1560-1900, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s, The Great Migration Begins (Last will and testament of Stephen Terry), and "The Kelloggs in the Old World and the New" by Timothy Hopkins. Also, Genealogies of Hadley Families, by Lucius M. Boltwood, 1862, and The Family History of Judge Ellsworth B. Belden and Collateral Families, by Stanley R. Belden, et al., 1980, and Kellogg, c 1448-1831.
Also, Mark Wentling's KELLOGG ancestry analysis on Rootsweb: http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~legends/kellogg.html
Thomas Kellogg (1521 - 1594)
Annis Mynot Kellogg (1561 - ____)
Martin Kellogg (1595 - 1671)*
Nathaniel Kellogg (1597 - 1657)*
Created by: D. Goodboe
Record added: Aug 24, 2009
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