Lucy (Sawyer) Kellogg
Lucy (Sawyer) Kellogg, Plymouth: was born in Auburn Township. in 1827. Her parents, Erastus and Sally (Snider) Sawyer were both natives of New York, the former born in 1800 and the latter in 1802. They were married in Auburn Township. Dec. 19, 1822, and were the parents of the following children: Albanus, Franklin and Lucy. All are living, the former in Auburn Tosnship. and the latter in Norwalk, Ohio. The Sniders came to Auburn Township. Crawford Co., Ohio in 1820, and the Sawyers in 1821. Lucy married Delos Carlisle. Nov. 14, 1850. Mr. Carlisle was a son of David and Dorcas (White) Carlisle. His marriage with Miss Sawyer bore the fruit of four children. The older died in infancy: the next. Maraldi E., born Dec. 26, 1852, and died June 13, 1855: Ella W., born April 29, 1855, and is living at home with her mother. Jay D., born Nov. 10, 1857, is at present in Kansas. Mr. Carlisle was born July 3, 1823, and died of consumption, Aug. 4, 1857. He is a Republican, and , member of the Baptist Church. A man of few words and temperate habits. He had the respect and esteem of all who knew him. Mrs. Carlisle is the present wife of David, B. Kellogg, to whom she was married May 24, l870. She has by him one daughter, May, born July 1, 1873. Mr. Kellogg is a son of Solomon and Margaret (Millhollen) Kellogg. He was married prior to his marriage with Mrs. Carlisle, his wife being Helen Snider, and by her had three children - Catharine, Margaret and Thoodore. All are living in Wyandot Co. and all are married. Mrs. Kellogg's brother Franklin was a Lieutenant Colonel in the arm, and after the war, was commissioner Brevet General. Mrs. Kellogg owns 97 acres of good land. Further notice of her parent will be found in the history of Auburn Township.
From History of Crawford County and Ohio by Baskin & Battey, Historical Publishers, Chicago, 1881