Biografi for: Cecill Kellogg

1910 United States Federal Census
Name Soren L Sorenson. Age in 1910 34. Birth Year abt 1876. Birthplace Denmark. Home in 1910 Lake Benton, Lincoln, Minnesota.Street Benton Street. Emmigration Year 1897. Relation to Head of House Head. Marital Status Married. Spouse's Name Myrtle A Sorenson. Father's Birthplace Denmark. Mother's Birthplace Denmark. Native Tongue English. Occupation Farmer. Industry General Farm. Employer, Employee or Other Own Account. Home Owned or Rented Rent. Farm or House Farm. Naturalization Status Naturalized. Able to read Yes. Able to Write Yes. Years Married 3. Out of Work N. Number of Weeks Out of Work 0.
Household Members
Soren L Sorenson 34, Myrtle A Sorenson 25, Cecil K Sorenson 4 (Sørens stedsøn, far Floyd Kellog), Jacob P Sorenson 2.

From deadnotice on Gladys #8993:
McNEARNEY Gladys M age 56. of 3415 Garfield Av. S. Survived by husband, John C.; 4 sons, Dennis J., Anthony W., John W., all of Mpls., Clayton L. McNearney, Iowa City, Iowa; daughter, Kuthleen A., Mpls. 1 grandchild; 4 brothers, Roy Sorenson, Burlington, N. Dok., Paul Sorenson, Storbuck, Minn., Ed Sorenson, Lynd, Minn, Cecil Kellogg, Cobb, Wis ( Cecil is Stephbrother to Roy, Paul and Ed ); sister, Mrs. Herman Erickson, Mora, Minn.
Services etc. ....

Cecil E. Kellogg, age 80, Cobb, died on Wednesday, October 23, 1985 in the Lancaster Memorial Hospital after an illness. Mr. Kellogg was born in Marshall Minnesota on April 28, 1905 to Floyd and Myrtle Phillips Kellogg. He moved to the Dodgeville area in 1921 and was employed with Standard Oil Company in Dodgeville for a short time. On July 6, 1928, he was married to the former Bernice Rule of Linden and the couple have been Cobb residents most of their married life. He was the distributor for Texaco Oil Company in Cobb and was also the owner of the Kellogg Ferttilizer company until retiring. He was a member of the Linden Masonic Lodge and the Cobb Lions Club.
He is survived by his wife, Bernice, one son, Paul (Sybil) Kellogg, Aurora, Illinois; three grandchildren and one great-granchild.
Funeral services were held at 1:00 .m. on Saturday, October 26 in the Lulloff-Peterson Funeral Home, Dodgeville,, Christian Scientist Reader was Mr. Charles Williams. Burial was in the East Side Cemetery, Dodgeville. A visitation was held at the funeral home from Saturday noon until service time. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society in his name.