Phineas was born on 7 Jun 1756 in New Hartford, Connecticut, the son of Abraham Kellogg and Sarah Marsh.
He died on 2 Dec 1835 in New Hartford, Connecticut.
His wife was Olive Fraiser, who he married on 22 JAN 1778 in West Hartford, Conn. Their eight known children were Keturah (1778-1856), Leonard (1781-1817), Mary Ann (1783-1863), Nancy (1787-?), Charles Fraser (1788-1865), Phineas (1790-1879), Sophia (1792-1877) and Julia Ann (1796-1838).
|Birth||7 JUN 1756||
|Death||2 DEC 1835||
|Other Event||19 APR 1775||
|See Note 1|
|Religion||1803||Presbyterian Church, New Hartford, NY|
He was a soldier in the revolution, in Capt. Chester's Wethersfield Co. of Minute men, in the Lexington Alarm, 19 Apr., 1775;
enlisted Nov., 1775, in Capt. Ebenezer Bissell's Co., Col. Huntington's Connecticut Eeg.; s
erved twelve months; engaged at the siege of Boston and battle of Long Island; was discharged from hospital in Newark, N. J., where he had been confined since the battle of Long Island;
he is believed to have seen subsequent service and to have been in West Point in 1780; was granted a pension in 1818, at which time he was a resident of Manlius, N. Y.
|Source:||Kelloggs in the Old World and the New|
|Authors:||Timothy Hopkins member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society|
|Publisher:||Sunset Press and Photo Engraving Co San Franciso, California books.google.com|