|Birthplace:||New Hartford, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States|
|Death:||Died in New Hartford, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States|
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About George Kellogg
George Kellogg (June 19, 1812 – 1901) was an American inventor and patent expert.
Kellogg was born at New Hartford, Connecticut in 1812 to Isaac Kellogg (1782-1824) and Aurilla Barney (1792-1861). George graduated from Wesleyan University in 1837. From 1838 to 1841, he was principal of the Sumter Academy in Sumterville, South Carolina. He was for some time a manufacturer in Birmingham, Connecticut, and was in the United States revenue service from 1863 to 1866. He established factories in England, was a patent expert, and patented a machine for making jack chains (1844), a dovetailing machine (1849), a type-distributing machine (1852), and improved surgical instruments (1853). He married Jane Elizabeth Crosby (1816-1892) and they had a child, Clara Louise Kellogg.