Henry T. Kellogg

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Henry T. Kellogg
Justice of the New York Supreme Court (4th District)
In office
June 16, 1903 – May 16, 1934
Appointed by Governor Odell

Henry Theodore Kellogg (August 29, 1869, Champlain, Clinton County, New York – September 6, 1942, Valcour Island, Clinton Co., NY) was an American lawyer and politician from New York.

Life[edit]

He was the son of Sylvester Alonzo Kellogg (1838–1904, justice of the New York Supreme Court) and Susan Elizabeth (Averill) Kellogg. He graduated A.B. from Rock Point Military Academy in Burlington, Vermont, and LL.B. from Harvard University in 1892. He practiced law at Plattsburgh, New York. On March 5, 1903, he married Katharine Miller Weed.

On June 16, 1903, he was appointed by Governor Odell a justice of the New York Supreme Court (4th District) to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of his father, and was elected as a Republican to a full term in November of the same year. From 1918 on, he sat on the Appellate Division, Third Dept.

In 1926, he was elected on the Republican and Democratic tickets to the New York Court of Appeals. He resigned on May 16, 1934 due to ill health.

He was buried at the Riverside Cemetery in Plattsburgh.

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