US Con COL Kellogg, Francis William - U.S. Congressman, MI

Francis William Kellogg

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Born: May 30, 1810

Birthplace: Worthington, Massachusetts

Father: Giles Crouch Kellogg 1783 – 1863

Mother: Eunice Palmer Cottrell 1785 – 1864

Wife: Emeline White 1811 – 1890
(Buried: Fulton Street Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan)​

Children:

Infant Child Kellogg 1834 – 1834​
Francis Henry Kellogg 1837 – 1843​

Political Party: Republican Party

Occupation before War:


Lumber Businessman in Kelloggville, Michigan​
1857 – 1858: Michigan State Representative​
1859 – 1865: United States Congressman from Michigan​
1859 – 1861: Member of House Invalid Pensions Committee​
1859 – 1861: Member of House Pacific Railroad Committee​

Civil War Career:

1861 – 1863: Member of House Public Lands Committee​
1861 – 1863: Member of House Post Office Expenditures Committee​
Organizer of 2nd​, 3rd,​ and 6th​ Michigan Infantry Regiments​
Colonel of 3rd​ Michigan Volunteers Infantry Regiment​
1863 – 1865: Member of House Military Affairs Committee​
1865: Voted in support of the 13th​ Amendment to U.S. Constitution.​

Occupation after War:

1866 – 1868: Collector for Internal Revenue Southern Alabama​
1868 – 1869: United States Congressman from Alabama​
1868 – 1869: Ranking Member House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee​

Died: January 13, 1879

Place of Death:
Alliance, Ohio

Age at time of Death: 68 years old

Burial Place: Fulton Street Cemetery, Grand Rapids, Michigan
 
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