From the book "HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI INDIANA. Historical and Biographical. Illustrated. Chicago; F. A. Battey & CO., Publishers. 1883." page 367, Monon Township, White County, Indiana
"JONATHAN M. KELLOGG was born in Montgomery County, Ohio, February 19, 1809; he is a son of ETHEL and CHARLOTTE (MUNGER) KELLOGG. JONATHAN attended school and worked for his father on the farm until 1832, when his father removed to Tippecanoe County, Indiana. JONATHAN than was married February 3, 1835, to HANNAH JENNINGS, to which union were born seven children - ETHEL (deceased), LEVI (deceased), ELIZABETH, HENRY, CHARLOTTE, infant boy (deceased), infant girl (deceased). MRS. KELLOGG died August 12, 1848. On March 17, 1850, MR. KELLOGG married ELIZABETH MARTIN, by whom he had four children - MARY, JOSEPH and two infant girls (deceased); this wife died April 20, 1867. He was next married, March 19, 1868, to SUSAN McMANUS, this marriage being without issue. In 1871, MR. KELLOGG came to this township and engaged in merchandising for several years, when he disposed of his stock and became Postmaster on October 19, 1874, which position he yet holds. He is now in his seventy-fourth year, but hale and hearty. He is a Republican, and very highly esteemed."