Alice DeWolf Kellogg

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Personal and Family Information

Alice was born about 30 DEC 1862 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, the daughter of John Leonard Kellogg and Harriet Bencham Scott.[Note 1]

She died on 14 FEB 1900 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.

Her husband was Orno James Tyler, who she married on 3 SEP 1894 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Their only known child was Baby (1895-1895).

Pedigree Chart (3 generations)


 

Alice DeWolf Kellogg
(c1862-1900)

 

John Leonard Kellogg
(1811-1893)

 

Leonard Kellogg
(1781-1817)

 

Phineas Kellogg
(1756-1835)

+
   

Olive Fraiser
(1753-<1833)

 
   

Sally French
(1789-1870)

 

John French
(1765-<1850)

 
   

Abigail B Gage
(1764-1860)

+
   

Harriet Bencham Scott
(1826-1905)

 

Amos Scott
(1785-1855)

 

Amos Scott
(1764-1845)

 
   

Susannah Pardee
(1767-1848)

 
   

Sarah Sally Stewart
(1790-1860)

   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDateDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
BirthABT 30 DEC 1862
Place: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
Type: calculated from burial permit
Agency: Mt Greenwood cemetery # 8024
See Note 1
Death14 FEB 1900
Place: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
Age: 37y 1 m 17d
Address: 2326 Indianna Ave, Lot 252 sec 23 row 1w
Cause: diabetes - Brights disease
Agency: Mt Greenwood Cemetary, Chicago Record # 8024
Obit - Kellogg Tyler, Alice
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Census11 JUL 1870
Place: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
Age: 7
Address: with parents and five sisters
Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County
Source: Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County

Census4 JUN 1880
Place: Worth Township, Cook County, Illinois
Age: 17 b Illinois
Address: at School with parents and 5 sisters
Agency: 1880 Census, Illinois
Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County
Source: Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County

See Note 2
Burial16 FEB 1900
Place: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois
Age: 37y 1 m 17d
Address: Find A Grave Memorial# 52499422 Mt Greenwood Cemetery record 8024, Chicago
Cause: Brights disease/diabetes
Dwg-Mount Greenwood Cemetery arrangemt
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Attributes

AttributeDateDescriptionDetailsSourceMultimediaNotes
EducationBET 1887 AND 1888Art Institue of Chicago, L'Ecole Julian and Colarossi School in Paris, France
Place: Paris,France
Agency: L'Ecole Julian of Paris
Letters from Paris - Kellogg, Alice D
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Occupation1888painter, art instructor, illustrator
Agency: Archives of American Art Journal, 1988
Letters from Paris - Kellogg, Alice D
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See Note 3

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Notes

Note 1

both the City of Chicago Permit for Burial and Mount Greenwood Cemetery record #8024 stae age as 37 yrs 1 mo 17days and date of death as Feb 14, 1900.

Using GEDCOM date calculator, gives birth date as 30 Dec 1862.

counting by hand on a calendar can give Dec 29 or 28 depending on which days are included to begin and end the count.

There was also something in one of Alice's letters that indicates birth day is about Dec 28 -30.

Note 2

Kellogg, John L, white male, age 69, married, physician, born New York,

both parents born Connecticut

__ Harriet B, white female, age 54, wife, married, keeping house, born NY, both parents born Connecticut

__ Mary S, white femal, age 28, daughter, single, at home born NY, father born NY, mother born Conn

__Kate, white female age 26, daughter single, teaching school born NY. father born NY, mother born Conn

__Gertrude, White female, age 21, daughter, single, at Home, born Illinois, father born NY mother born Conn

__Harrriett S, white female, age 19, daughter single, teaching school, born illinois, father born NY, mother born Conn

__Alice D, white female, age 17, daughter, single, at school, born illinois, father born NY, mother born Conn

__Mabel B, white female age 11, daughter, single, at home born illinois, father born NY, mother born Conn

next family is a servant and her daughter

then a laborer and his family

Note 3

The Magazine Antiques, November 1989

pages 1159 -1169

American Artists at the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris

by Annette Blaugrund

guest curator for the exhibition Paris 1889:American Artists at the Universal exposition.

PL V Portrait of Miss G.E. K. by Alice D Kellogg (1862-1900), 1888,. Oil on canvas mounted on wood, 45 by 33 1/8, The sitter was the Artist's sister Gertrude. Collection of JoAnne W Bowie.

Sources

  1. Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County
    Source: Census 1870 Illinois, Cook County
  2. Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County
    Source: Census 1880 Illinois, Cook County