Husband: Martin Kellogg (1)
Wife: Prudence Bird (2)
per Wayne olsen:
From "The Kelloggs in the Old World and the New", by Timothy Hopkins,Sunset Press and Photo Engraving Co., San Francisco, 1903:
"He died in Braintree, England between 20 May, 1671, when his will was made, and 20 Sep same year when it was proved.
He was a weaver or cloth worker and resided in Great Leighs and Braintree. Although in the record of his marriage in 1621, he was calledof Great Leighs, it may be that he did not reside in Great Leighs immediately after his marriage, as he had a son, John (the record of baptism has not been found), who had a son who was five years old in 1648, as appears in the Manorial Court Records. The last that is positively known of his being in Great Leighs was when his son, Daniel, was bap. 6 Feb 1630. On 22 May 1632, he and his wife received the surrender of a tenement in Braintree, as appears in the court Rolls of the Manor of Braintree:
In 1637 he received the surrender of a parcel of land with a cottagecalled Masses. Part of this cottage is still standing in what is "Martin's Yard."
Revised: November 26, 2016