"333. AMANDA ROSENKRANS, daughter of John D. (129), was born in Orange County, New York, December 12, 1814, and at Batavia, New York, married Samuel B. JOSLYN, a gunsmith of that place. As stated elsewhere, she has furnished most of the information concerning the descendants of her father, John D. Rosenkrans. In a letter, August 3, 1993, 111 Bank Street, Batavia, she says that she was only four years of age when her father went from Orange County to Batavia; that she and her husband lived for a time at Youngstown, where her uncle Daniel (131), of Ohio, once visited them. She said also that her cousin Lorin from Ohio, son of Josiah, once visited them at her father’s house, while on his route to New Jersey. She has no children and at last account was still living at Batavia."
Would someone be able be to explain this newspaper account giving Amanda's father as PASSMORE?:
"The Batavia News" Batavia, NY May 21, 1906. RESIDENT OF BATAVIA NEARLY NINETY YEARS. Death of Mrs. Samuel B. Joslyn From Old Age. Mrs. Amanda Passmore Joslyn, aged 91 years, widow of Samuel B. Joslyn, died at her home, No. 111 Bank street, early yesterday morning. She had no sever__ [illegible] strayed from the [illegible] conducted of the door. The [illegible] county on December 12, 1814, she came to Batavia with her father, John Passmore, when she was four years old. Her husband was for many years janitor of the Methodist Episcopal church. He was a brother of the late Isaac M. Joslyn, the well known gunsmith. Mrs. Joslyn is survived by one granddaughter, Miss Pauline Wright, who lived with her. The funeral will be held from the house at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon, the Rev. Henry R. Fancher officiating. The internment will be in the Batavia cemetery.