Mary Elizabeth Platt

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Mary Elizabeth Platt (Kellogg)

Birthplace: Norwalk, Connecticut Colony
Death: March 21, 1703 (42)
Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Daniel Kellogg and Kellogg, 1st wife
Wife of Joseph Platt
Mother of Mary Woodruff; Joseph Platt; Phebe Newton; Hannah Newton; Gideon Platt and 5 others
Sister of Sarah Betts; Rachel Nichols; John Kellogg and Joseph Kellogg
Half sister of Elizabeth Kellogg; Daniel Kellogg; Samuel Kellogg; Lydia Oviatt and Benjamin Kellogg

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About Mary Elizabeth Platt

According to:

Family Records of George Clark and Daniel Kellogg: With Their Descendants ... Daniel Kellogg was first married to "unknown" wife Kellog and had:

1.) Mary, born at Norwalk February 1662, and married Joseph Platt of Milford 1680;

2.) Rachael, born at Norwalk February 1663;

3.) Sarah, born at Norwalk, February 1665;

Daniel was married the second time, late in the year 1665 to Bridget, daughter of John Bowten of Norwalk by whom he had six children.

Sarah Kellogg was the daughter of Daniel Kellogg and his unknown first wife.

~Family records of George Clark and Daniel Kellogg : with their descendants, also family record in part of Edward Nash by Clark, Albert

Publication date 1877 Topics Clark family, Kellogg family, Nash family Publisher Washington, D.C. : A.C. Patterson Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the collections of University of Wisconsin - Madison Language English Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.


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Mary Elizabeth Platt's Timeline

February 16, 1661
Norwalk, Connecticut Colony
August 31, 1681
Milford, New Haven County, Connecticut, Colonial America
August 9, 1682
February 4, 1683
Milford, New Haven, CT
March 7, 1685
Milford, New Haven, CT
August 9, 1693
May 16, 1696
Milford, New Haven, CT