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 Frederick A. Joslyn

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Frederick A. Joslyn

Birth
Vergennes, Addison County, Vermont, USA
Death
11 Nov 1921 (aged 77)
Sawtelle, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial
Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, USA
Plot
Section 2, Block 6, Lot 4, Space 4
Memorial ID
33561464 View Source

Fred A. Joslin, as his surname was spelled in the period records, was enlisted by Michael Ball at Vergennes (present-day Addison Co.), Vermont, September 2, 1864. William Joslin, father of Frederick A., signed the consent to Frederick’s volunteer enlistment. He was mustered into 2nd Battery, Vermont Light Artillery, by Captain C. R. Crane, Provost Marshall, at Rutland, Vermont, September 5, 1864. At his enlistment Frederick stated that he was born at Vergennes and he was 19 years 5 months old and by occupation he was a Clerk. His enlistment contract described him as being 5 feet 10 inches, with Light complexion and with Hazel eyes and Light hair. Private Joslyn was promoted Corporal and transferred to Company L, 1st Vermont Heavy Artillery, March 1 and was mustered out at Washington, DC, July 10, 1865.

Frederick A Joslin, age 25 years and a Laborer, son of William Joslin and Laura Wheeler, married Mary Ann E. Stowe at Ferrisburgh, Vermont, February 9, 1870. Frederick Joslin, age 26 years and a Farm Laborer, was enumerated June 30, 1870, at Ferrisburgh, Addison County, Vermont, with Mary Joslin 27 and James Stone (Stowe?) 70 and a Tailor. Frederic Joslin, 36 years and a Laborer, was enumerated June 29, 1880, at Essex, Essex County, New York, with Mary Joslin 40, Henry Joslin 6 and Frances Joslin 2. Frederick A. Joslin filed from New York for a Civil War veteran's pension April 29, 1881, and received application No. 420,644 and certificate No. 281,805. Frederick A. Joslyn, age 56 years a Farmer, was enumerated June 12, 1900, at Lebanon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, with Mary A Joslyn 61 and Frances L. Joslyn 22. Fredrick A Joslyn, age 65 years and who was employed at odd jobs, was enumerated April 15, 1910, at Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, with Mary A. Joslyn 71, Francis J. King 31, daughter, and Charles A. King 40, son-in-law. Frederick A and Mary A. Joslyn living at 515 W. Madison were mentioned in the 1915 and 1916 Phoenix, Arizona, City Directories. Fredrick A. Joslyn was admitted June 21, 1919, into the Pacific Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, at Sawtelle, The admissions register shows that he was age 74 years, his occupation was Janitor, and that a son, Henry Chapman, was living at Millis, Massachusetts.

Fred A. Joslin, as his surname was spelled in the period records, was enlisted by Michael Ball at Vergennes (present-day Addison Co.), Vermont, September 2, 1864. William Joslin, father of Frederick A., signed the consent to Frederick’s volunteer enlistment. He was mustered into 2nd Battery, Vermont Light Artillery, by Captain C. R. Crane, Provost Marshall, at Rutland, Vermont, September 5, 1864. At his enlistment Frederick stated that he was born at Vergennes and he was 19 years 5 months old and by occupation he was a Clerk. His enlistment contract described him as being 5 feet 10 inches, with Light complexion and with Hazel eyes and Light hair. Private Joslyn was promoted Corporal and transferred to Company L, 1st Vermont Heavy Artillery, March 1 and was mustered out at Washington, DC, July 10, 1865.

Frederick A Joslin, age 25 years and a Laborer, son of William Joslin and Laura Wheeler, married Mary Ann E. Stowe at Ferrisburgh, Vermont, February 9, 1870. Frederick Joslin, age 26 years and a Farm Laborer, was enumerated June 30, 1870, at Ferrisburgh, Addison County, Vermont, with Mary Joslin 27 and James Stone (Stowe?) 70 and a Tailor. Frederic Joslin, 36 years and a Laborer, was enumerated June 29, 1880, at Essex, Essex County, New York, with Mary Joslin 40, Henry Joslin 6 and Frances Joslin 2. Frederick A. Joslin filed from New York for a Civil War veteran's pension April 29, 1881, and received application No. 420,644 and certificate No. 281,805. Frederick A. Joslyn, age 56 years a Farmer, was enumerated June 12, 1900, at Lebanon, Grafton County, New Hampshire, with Mary A Joslyn 61 and Frances L. Joslyn 22. Fredrick A Joslyn, age 65 years and who was employed at odd jobs, was enumerated April 15, 1910, at Phoenix, Maricopa County, Arizona, with Mary A. Joslyn 71, Francis J. King 31, daughter, and Charles A. King 40, son-in-law. Frederick A and Mary A. Joslyn living at 515 W. Madison were mentioned in the 1915 and 1916 Phoenix, Arizona, City Directories. Fredrick A. Joslyn was admitted June 21, 1919, into the Pacific Branch, National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, at Sawtelle, The admissions register shows that he was age 74 years, his occupation was Janitor, and that a son, Henry Chapman, was living at Millis, Massachusetts.


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FREDK. A. JOSLYN, Co. L, 1 VT. H. A.


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