Charley Kellogg, also spelled Charlie Kellogg,
was born May 18, 1898, 1/4 Indian from El Dorado County. His
parents were Jeff Kellogg and Mary Dee. Jeff was a White man from
Amador County and Mary was 1/2 Indian from El Dorado County.
Charley Kellogg married Mary Fred, a full
blooded Indian and daughter of Sally John and Billy Fred. Mary
Fred was previously married to Jack Smith, a 1/2 breed from San
Joaquin County. Jack Smith died in 1909.
In 1905-1906, CE Kelsey identifies Jack Smith,
wife, 1 child living in Ione of Amador County without land.
In 1914, Charles Kellogg was listed in the
South Ione Precinct of the Index to Registration Affidavits.
On October 1, 1914, Mary and Charlie Kellogg
had a daughter named Verna Evelyn Kellogg born in Sacramento
According to the 1920 Census, Charles Kellogg
and wife Mary were residing in the Lee Township of Sacramento
County. Charles was 32, wife Mary was 34, and daughter Evelyn was
Mary Kellogg died sometime after 1928 and was
buried in the Jackson Valley Indian Cemetery.
Charles Kellogg was interviewed by Louis Payen.
In 1961, Louis Payen transcribed the information collected from
Charley Kellogg in a manuscript entitled The Walltown Nisenan.
Charles Kellogg died on February 14, 1959 in
Evelyn Kellogg, as she was called by her
family, died on December 23, 1966 and was buried in the East Lawn
Cemetery in Sacramento. Evelyn married Henry Heber and had one
son, Mitchell Kellogg, who died as a child. Mitchell Kellogg was
born July 14, 1947 and died on November 23, 1954 and was buried in
the East Lawn Cemetery in Sacramento.
Articles Concerning Charley Kellogg
June 15, 1950
Three Jailed By City Police
Fred Daly, 59, of Auburn was arrested on a charge of drunk driving Monday night by City Officers Hershel young and Jack Casey. He was fined $250 by Police Judge J. M. Hamilton.
Caesar Brown, 64, a passenger in the car, was
charged with being drunk. He was given a ten days suspended
Charles Kellogg, 49, of Sacramento was
sentenced to ten days in jail, following his arrest by Officers
James Kaufman and Hershel Young on a charge of defrauding a taxi