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 The Following from
the first page of his diary:

Chauncey P. Joslin
(nickname ‘Chance’)


Company A
Capt. R. Washburn
64th REGT.N.Y.S.
Camp R.C. Fenton
Washington D.C.

I enlisted in the
Gowanda Company.
My residence was
formally in
Springville, Erie Co., N.Y.

 

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Links to Diary Entries by Month

 January 1862
February 1862
March 1862
April 1862

May 1862
June 1862
July 1862
August 1862
September 1862
October 1862
Final Diary Entries

Letters

January Letter from Chauncey to Mother
February Letter from Chauncey to Sylvia

February Letter to Benjamin from Selissa
March Letter from Sylvia to Benjamin
May Letter from Chauncey to Sylvia
September Letter from James Petitt to Chauncey
September Letter from Chauncey to Selissa

September Letter to Chauncey from Aunt Susan

 

 

 

 

    

 

 
Chauncey Pond Joslin

Born June 10, 1839
Died January 12, 1863
 

The Diary and letters in this website are a reflection of the care my mother, Bonita Joslin, and my sister, Jan, took in conserving the old papers in our attic.  In 1973 they deciphered the original diary, typed it on an old Remington typewriter, and had it copyrighted and published.  Recently my son, Andy, has helped decipher more letters.  We ask that you respect this and if you want to use any of this in ways other than research you contact us for permission.
Laurie Joslin skorpo@aol.com

◊Please note that in my research I found that my ancestors spelled Joslin two ways, Joslin and Joslyn.  There are double entries in many on line sites and in the book found in the Cornell University Library's Making of America Digital Collection
Briggs, Erasmus, History of the original town of Concord : being the present towns of Concord, Collins, N. Collins, and Sardinia, Erie County, New York, Union and Advertiser Co.'s Print, Rochester, N.Y, 1883