Daniel Kellogg (settler)

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Daniel Kellogg
Deputy of the
General Court
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk [1]
In office
October 1670 May 1671
Servingwith John Gregory
Preceded by Thomas Benedict,
Walter Hoyt
Succeeded by Walter Hoyt,
Richard Olmsted
In office
May 1672 October 1672
Servingwith Walter Hoyt
Preceded by John Gregory,
John Bowton
Succeeded by Nicholas Hoyt,
Mark Sension
In office
October 1674 May 1675
Servingwith Walter Hoyt
Preceded by John Gregory,
John Bowton
Succeeded by John Gregory,
John Bowton,
Thomas Benedict
In office
October 1675 May 1676
Preceded by John Gregory,
John Bowton,
Thomas Benedict
Succeeded by Walter Hoyt
In office
May 1677 October 1677
Preceded by Mark Sension,
John Bowton
Succeeded by John Gregory,
John Bowton
In office
October 1679 October 1680
Servingwith John Bowton
Preceded by Richard Olmsted,
John Gregory
Succeeded by John Platt,
John Gregory
In office
October 1683 May 1684
Servingwith John Platt
Preceded by John Bowton
Succeeded by Mark Sension,
John Platt
Personal details
BornFebruary 1630
Great Leighs, Essex, England
DiedDecember 1688
Norwalk, Connecticut Colony
Resting place East Norwalk Historical Cemetery, Norwalk, Connecticut
Spouse(s)Bridget Bouton Kellogg (m. 1655)
ChildrenJohn Kellogg, Joseph Kellogg, Mary Kellogg, Samuel Kellogg, Lydia Kellogg, Elizabeth Kellogg, Daniel Kellogg, Benjamin Kellogg, Sarah Kellogg Brismade Betts (m. John Betts), Rachel Kellogg
Residence Norwalk, Connecticut Colony

Daniel Kellogg (also Daniel Kellogge) (February 1630 – December 1688) was a founding settler of Norwalk, Connecticut. He was a deputy of the Connecticut General Assembly of the Colony of Connecticut from Norwalk in the sessions of October 1670, May 1672, October 1674, October 1675, May 1677, October 1679, May 1680, and October 1683.

He was the son of Martin Kellogg and Prudence Bird Kellogg. It is believed that he was a very tall man, perhaps even seven feet tall.

He is listed on the Founders Stone bearing the names of the founding settlers of Norwalk in the East Norwalk Historical Cemetery.

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Preceded by
Thomas Benedict
Walter Hoyt
Deputy of the
Connecticut General Assembly
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk

October 1670
With: John Gregory
Succeeded by
Walter Hoyt
Richard Olmsted
Preceded by
John Gregory
John Bowton
Deputy of the
Connecticut General Assembly
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk

May 1672
With: Walter Hoyt
Succeeded by
Nicholas Hoyt
Mark Sension
Preceded by
John Gregory
John Bowton
Deputy of the
Connecticut General Assembly
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk

October 1674
With: Walter Hoyt
Succeeded by
John Gregory
John Bowton
Thomas Benedict
Preceded by
John Gregory
John Bowton
Thomas Benedict
Deputy of the
Connecticut General Assembly
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk

October 1675
Succeeded by
Walter Hoyt
Preceded by
Mark Sension
John Bowton
Deputy of the
Connecticut General Assembly
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk

May 1677
Succeeded by
John Gregory
John Bowton
Preceded by
Richard Olmsted
John Gregory
Deputy of the
Connecticut General Assembly
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk

October 1679, May 1680
With: John Bowton
Succeeded by
John Platt
John Gregory
Preceded by
John Bowton
Deputy of the
Connecticut General Assembly
of the
Colony of Connecticut
from Norwalk

October 1683
With: John Platt
Succeeded by
Mark Sension
John Platt