Pine Ridge Cemetery

Born: December 14, 1842 in Canada East

Died: March 3, 1918

Married: 1st marriage Addie Minor (died 1884)buried Pine Ridge Cemetery; 2nd marriage about 1886 Hattie L. Dukett or Duquette (1864 - 1940)born in Canada; Hattie had 4 children

Children: Addie's children included: Jessie M. Vosburgh born c. 1869, Frank P. Vosburgh born c. 1872, son Willie J. Vosburgh born c. 1874; Hattie had 6 children 4 living were: Earl A. Vosburgh born 1887, Gracie A. Vosburgh born 1889, Gordon Vosburgh born 1898, and Lillian Vosburgh born 1897

Jason Vosburgh was a guide and a veteran of the U.S. Civil War.

In 1900 he resided on Cliff Street, Harrietstown. In 1910 he resided at 10 Terrace Street. In 1920 Hattie resided at 10 Terrace Street and was a Keeper of a Boarding House.

Malone Farmer, March 6, 1918

Jason Vosburgh, one of the best known residents of Saranac Lake, who served in the Civil War and spent eleven months in southern prisons, died at his home in that village Sunday morning.

Ticoneroga Sentinel, Thursday, March 14, 1918


Jason Vosburg, a Civil War veteran, seventy-six years old, was buried at Saranac Lake last Thursday. He served with the Ninth Vermont infantry and for nearly a year was in Andersonville prison. Of the fifty-three captured with him only four survived their stay in Andersonville. He was a widely known guide of the Adirondacks.

The Malone Farmer, Wednesday, May 21, 1902

Jason Vosburg, P. White and Alex. Page were summoned before Magistrate Mclntyre at Saranac Lake the other day for violation of the compulsory education law. On promise that their children would attend school in the future no fine was imposed.