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 Day Otis Kellogg

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Day Otis Kellogg

Birth
Galway, Saratoga County, New York, USA
Death 9 Aug 1874 (aged 78)
USA
Burial Brooklyn, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York, USA
Plot Section 178 Lot 10918
Memorial ID 80168546 View Source

Day Otis Kellogg was a member of the New York State Assembly, Mayor of Troy, and Paymaster General of the New York State Militia. President Millard Fillmore appointed him U. S. Consul at Glasgow, Scotland.

His father, Charles Kellogg, was a direct descendant of Lieut. Joseph Kellogg, (born in England about 1644) who was the first of the family in America. He moved to central New York in 1798, and with Nathaniel Fillmore, the father of President Fillmore, was a founder of Kelloggsville, Cayuga county, N.Y. He was a farmer and lawyer; was elected county judge, and in 1824 a representative in the 10th congress, serving 1825-27. He was married to Mary Ann, daughter of David and Mary (Day) Otis, of Galway, N.Y., a descendant of John and Priscilla Alden, of the Mayflower. This was his second marriage.

The first was to Ann Eliza (1825), daughter of David and Ann Dickenson Smith of Lansingburg, NY. She died in August 11, 1829, leaving two sons, Burr T. and Charles D. of New York City.

See links to Harriet, the third wife.


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