Schoolcraft County
Pioneer Families
Biographical Sketches
 
 

KELLOGG, Edwin
Representative from St. Joseph county in 1850, was born in Sheffield, Mass., Feb. 17,1803. He settled at White Pigeon in 1830. He was a merchant at Schoolcraft and Sturgis, and one of the Arm of Kellogg and Brothers at White Pigeon engaged in merchandise and flour milling. He removed to Kansas in 1854, where he was a farmer until his death, Jan. 6, 1S76.
Source:Memorial Record of the Northern Peninsula of Michigan; Chicago;  Lewis Publishing Company, 1895, p. 160 - 161

KNIGHT, Godfrey E.
Representative from Kalamazoo county in 1875, was born Sept. 15, 1838, in Schoolcraft, Michigan. He graduated from the University of Michigan in 1800. He has held several village offices and been justice of the peace in Schoolcraft. Is by occupation a merchant, in politics a Democrat.
Source:Memorial Record of the Northern Peninsula of Michigan; Chicago;  Lewis Publishing Company, 1895, p. 160 - 161