Husband: Thomas Kellogg (1)
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:
Probably the younger son. Resided in Debden. At the Manorial Court of Debden in 1571, he succeeded his mother in possession of the tenement and land called Mondes as appears in the Manorial Court record asfollows: "Whereas Florence Kellogge, widow, late wife of Nicholas Kellogge, deceased, held for term of her life, a customary tenement with a house thereon and 10 acres of customary land formerly called Webbs now called Mondes with a pithtel planted with osiers, etc., reversion thereof after her death to Thomas Kellogge and his heirs as appears by the rule of 5 Edward VI (A.D. 1551). Now comes the said Thomas and prays to be admitted in reversion and he is so admitted." And at a like Court, 12 May 1568, he surrendered to William Kellogg two acres of Wymonds.
Revised: November 26, 2016