1881 — Mount Clemens, MI
From: History of Macomb County, Michigan. (Chicago: M.A. Leeson, 1882), p.592:
DOR KELLOGG, son of Alpheus Kellogg, a miller of Cayuga County, N.Y.., was born in Cayuga County, June 11, 1822; came to Oakland County, Mich., in 1839, where he engaged in the milling business at Clarkston for five years; in 1844 or 1845, he returned to New York; came to Litchfield, Mich., in 1860, and to Mt. Clemens in 1870. Mr. K. has identified himself with the flour-milling interests of the city since that time; he married Miss Harriet McLean, July 4, 1844; this lady died in 1852; in 1853, he married Miss Eliza A. Dutcher, to whom were born three children -- Carrie C., Hattie E., and Anna C. Mr. K. is religiously a Baptist.