Leonard was born on 18 Feb 1781 in New Hartford, Connecticut, the son of Phineas Kellogg and Olive Fraiser.
He died on 22 May 1817 in Manilus, Onondaga County, New York.
His wife was Sally French, who he married on 27 OCT 1808 in Manilus, Onondaga County, New York. Their five known children were Asahel Seward (1809-1896), John Leonard (1811-1893), Portia (1813-1903), Sarah (1815-1853) and Leonora (1817-?).
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|Birth||18 FEB 1781||
|Death||22 MAY 1817||
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|Occupation||editor of The Manlius Times, New York|
TOWN OF MANLIUS SOLDIERS, WAR OF 1812
Compiled by Kathleen Crowell http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nyononda/MANLIUS/1812.HTM
Kellogg, Leonard. 1810, Lieutenant in Capt. Moseley's Co. of riflemen in Lt. Col. Thaddeus Wood's regiment; 1812, captain in 27th brigade of infantry; 1814, in Charles Moseley's riflemen; 1814, resigned. He commanded an independent rifle corps in the War of 1812 which won distinctions; most of its members were from Manlius. Was in Battle of Queenstown (Lodder; Galpin, p. 302; Van Schaack, 35; Kellogg gen., vol. I, p. 477; Bruce, vol. I, p. 777; Lakin). Buried in Christ Church Cemetery, Manlius. Died May 1817, age 36.
Kellogg, Phineas, Jr. Served in brother Leonard Kellogg's company, 27th brigade. Pensioner (Kellogg gen. vol. I, pp. 477-479). Born 1790 in Connecticut. Died 7/23/1879 in Indiana. Went west in 1819 (Lodder).
Kellogg, Phineas, Sr. Served in son Leonard Kellogg's Independent Rifle Corps (Lodder). Lived in Manlius in 1818 (Beauchamp, Revolutionary Soldiers, p. 90; Kellogg Gen. vol. I, pp. 477-479). 64 years old in 1820.
|Source:||Kelloggs in the Old World and the New|
|Authors:||Timothy Hopkins member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society|
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