Note: e committee to hire a good orthodox Praacher.From that date to this, says Dr. Perry in origins in Williamstown, the name has seldom been absent from the current records of the town, the church, and the college, He, with other Kellogg's who have lived in Williamstown, have made this name a notable one in every generation and in many relations. He owned several farms, was a Justice of the Peace, a soldier in the Revolutionary Army, and a member of the Committee of Safety.
Note: !He moved to Williamstown, Massachusetts where on September 24, 1761 he was chosen one of th
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