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Guy Cary Kellogg
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Birth: May 29, 1870
Charles City
Floyd County
Iowa, USA
Death: Aug., 1954
Hot Springs
Garland County
Arkansas, USA

Guy Carry Kellogg was born May 29, 1870 in Charles City, Iowa son of Harvey Delos Kellogg from Michigan and Martha Rich from NY.

The family moved to his fathers homestead in Alcona Twp, Rooks Co. Kansas by covered wagon in 1878. There were 4 wagons in the party and Harvey Delos had a yoke of oxen and a team of horses. First houses in the west were made of prairie sod or were dug out of the bank. The family at this time included his father, mother, his older brother George and younger brother Milton. At the time the closest railroad was 70 miles away. Between 1885 and 1893 his family moved to Hendly Furnas Co Nebraska.

Guy met Della Andre in Furnas County Nebraska and married her on Nov 30, 1893 at Beaver City, Furnas Co, Nebraska. Della was born in Pillow (Uniontown), Dauphin Co., Pa on August 19,1873. Della's given name was Sarah Cordelia Andre. Della's parents were Jefferson and Catharine (Bingaman) Andre. Della's father Jefferson moved out west from Uniontown, Dauphin Co Pa in 1878 with the family following in 1880. Catharine's brother William Bingaman and family moved west with them.

Guy and Della had 3 children in Hendley between 1893 and the turn of the century Roy, Clare and Gladys. A Waranty Deed filed August 18th 1903 between James N Clarke and Guy C Kellogg for consideration of $500 for real estate situated in Furnas Co Nebraska described as "The north half of the north east quarter of section four in township two north of range twenty four west of the 6th principal meridian". This land is located north west of Hendley Nebraska. Guy and Della had 3 more children in this home between 1903 and 1912 Eva, Genevieve and Verna.

According to the "Hendley Delphic" editor Edwin Perkins in the January 12, 1912 edition, "G. C. KELLOGG & family are leaving for their new home in Ohio."

The new home was located in Richmond Twp, Ashtabula Co, Ohio. The farm was located on the south side of Kelloggsville Road. They had 2 more children in this home Charles and Ruth.

Guy retired from Nickel Plate Railroad in 1938

December 1, 1943 celibrated 50th wedding anniversary at 475 Washington St, Conneaut, Ohio

Della died on Sept 7, 1945. She had belonged to the Modern Woodmen Auxiliary, St Elmo Camp, Royal Neighbors of America.

Guy would use his railroad pass to travel to Hot Springs, Arkansas. Guy died at the age of 84 of a heart attack while in Hot Springs Arkansas. He was survived by five daughters, three sons and thirteen grandchildren and five great grand children. Services were held Thompson Funeral Home in Thompson, Ohio.

Guy was a member of the First Methodist Church, the Modern Woodmen Camp 4687 of Hendley Nebraska


 
 
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 Parents:
  Harvey Delos Kellogg (1838 - 1906)
  Martha M Rich Kellogg (1843 - 1892)
 
 Spouse:
  Sarah Cordelia Andre Kellogg (1873 - 1945)*
 
 Children:
  Roy Alvin Kellogg (1895 - 1963)*
  Clare Delos Kellogg (1896 - 1956)*
  Gladys M. Kellogg Brennstuhl (1898 - 1957)*
  Lena Della Kellog Ross (1900 - 1979)*
  Eva Mae Kellogg Lawrence (1904 - 1980)*
  Genevieve Katherine Kellogg Zartman (1906 - 1980)*
  Charles Evert Kellogg (1915 - 1992)*
 
 Siblings:
  George Edward Kellogg (1866 - 1913)*
  Guy Cary Kellogg (1870 - 1954)
  Milton R. Kellogg (1877 - 1948)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Center Cemetery
Conneaut
Ashtabula County
Ohio, USA
 
Created by: Dennis Lawrence
Record added: Jan 15, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32937434
Guy Cary Kellogg
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Guy Cary Kellogg
Added by: Dennis Lawrence
 
Guy Cary Kellogg
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