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From: "Joyce Grady" <>
Subject: Fw: [JOSLIN] How many ways can you spell...J********?
Date: Sat, 26 Jan 2002 14:52:10 -0500


My Josselyn's came from Massachusetts and settled in Windsor County,
Vermont. My great, great, great granfather was Josiah son of Charles and
Rebecca Keen Josselyn.
Joyce
----- Original Message -----
From: "Betty Hill" <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2002 11:42 AM
Subject: Re: [JOSLIN] How many ways can you spell...J********?


> My Josleyn's came from NY to Kentucky and we spell our name with the e
after the l.
> My great grandfather was Hiram Josleyn born in Genesee Co. NY around 1814
his father
> was SEth Jossleyn son of Stockbridge Josselyn.
>
> Betty
>
> Joan West wrote:
>
> > >
> > >At 01:16 AM 1/25/2002 -0500, you wrote:
> > >>I took a gander through the census index and plugged in as many ways I
could
> > >>think of to spell the J word and here is what I have come up with:
> > >>Joslin, Joslyn, Joselyn, Joselyne, Joselin, Joseline, Joceline,
Jocelin,
> > >>Jocelyn, Jocelyne, Josselyn, Josselyne, Josseline, Josselin.
> > >>
> > >>Are there any more out there I have missed? Any more possibilities to
check
> > >>out?
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > As far as U.K. Joslin's are concerned I have the following in my tree.
> > JOSELENGE
> > JOCELYN
> > JOSCELINE
> > JOSLIN
> >
> > The Joselenge name goes way back to the early 1600's.
> > Joan (Canada)
> >
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