Here is what I have on Lucian Kellogg:WAYNE L. KELLOGG, one of the settlers of Rock County of 1854, and a leading farmer of Plymouth Township, residing on section 10, is a native of the Empire State, having been born in 1824.He is the second in a family of seven children, whose parents were RALPH and CLARISSA(GRIDLEY) KELLOGG, and but three of that number are yet living: LUCINDA, the eldest, is nowdeceased; Wayne is the next in order of birth; Adelina makes her home with our subject; Sarah andSemore have also passed away; George died in the year 1840, and Chancey, who for some time wasJudge of the Surrogate Court, twelve miles from Junction City, is now engaged in farming inconnection with our subject.Wayne KELLOGG was reared to manhood in his native State, and there continued to reside untilthirty years of age, when he resolved to try his fortune in the West. In 1854 he left his Eastern homeand came to Rock County, Wis., and the following spring purchased a farm in Plymouth township,which continues to be his home. It comprises 152-1/2 acres of land. The many fine improvements areall due to his efforts, and in connection with his other labors he has engaged quite extensively in stock-raising, making a specialty of the breeding of fine horses, in which he has been quite successful. He isone of the self-made men of the county, having started out in life with no capital, yet continuing good business ability with industry and enterprise, has become one of the well-to-do men of the community.He has shared in the trials and privations of frontier life, when conveniences were few, markets far distant, and the implements of farming were very rude in comparison with the highly improvedmachinery of today. He has mowed his whole farm with a scythe, mowing twenty acres per week.ADELINE KELLOGG, now Mrs. PENTECOST, the sister of our subject, is keeping house for her brother. Shewas born on the 6th day of January, 1823, in the State of New York, and was married April 17, 1860, becoming the wife of Philip PENTECOST, who was a native of England.Five children were born of their union, four of whom are now living:LUCIAN KELLOGG, who resides in Oto, Woodbury Co., Iowa, married OLIVE SMITH, by whom hehas five children;IDA B. KELLOGG is special agent of the Pennsylvania Mutual Life Insurance Company, withheadquarters at 143 LaSalle Street, Chicago, Ill.Clara A. KELLOGG married Almon NEWTON, a resident of Beloit Township;Hattie M. KELLOGG is still with her mother;Harriet Byron KELLOGG died in Beloit in 1863.In his political views Mr. KELLOGG is in sympathy with the Republican party. He is a public-spirited man, but has never sought office, choosing rather to attend strictly to his private affairs.He is of a genial and pleasant disposition, and is held in high regard by his friends and acquaintances.