Capt. Martin Kellog, Scout

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Martin Kellogg

Birthplace: Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Death: November 13, 1753 (67)
Newington, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Place of Burial: Newington, Connecticut
Immediate Family:

Son of Captain Martin Kellogg, sr and Anna Kellogg
Husband of Dorothy Kellogg
Father of Dorothy Whittlesey (Kellogg); Martin Kellogg, III; Anna Hooker; Jemima Kent; Mary Wolcott and 4 others
Brother of Anna Severance
Half brother of Joseph Kellogg, Scout; Joanna Kellogg; Rebecca Ashley and Jonathan Kellogg

Occupation: Military officer, scout
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About Capt. Martin Kellog, Scout

 In 1748 12 Indian boys of Hollis School were put in his care and for 3 yrs. were in his house at Newington, Conn. He was a valuable frontier officer, remarkable for strength of body . 

He and his siblings and his father, were all captured by the Indians when they were children, and had to walk to Canada in the middle of winter , led by the iIndians .one brother, age 4, was killed by the Indians in the raid. They eventually returned , after the abduction by Indians at Deerfield, MA in 1704. One sister, Joanna, remained in Canada by choice, married to an Indian Chief. His brother Joseph, became an interpreter and travelled to Illinois , saw the Mississippi River and traveled back and forth to Canada. and became a valuable interpreter Of French and Indian tribes, for the government.

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Capt. Martin Kellog, Scout's Timeline

October 26, 1686
Deerfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
December 24, 1716
Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
August 2, 1718
Wethersfield, Connecticut
February 19, 1720
Newington, Hartford County, Connecticut
August 24, 1723
Wethersfield, Connecticut
October 19, 1725
Wethersfield, Connecticut
August 22, 1727
Wethersfield, Connecticut
September 24, 1729
Wethersfield, Connecticut
June 11, 1732
Wethersfield, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony