NW of Mount Chamberlin
53°03’00” N 119°26’00” W — Map 83E/3 — Google — GeoHack
Name officially adopted in 1965
Official in BC – Canada
Named to remember Canadian Army Private Earl William Goslin, M104002, from Tête Jaune Cache; serving with the Westminster Regiment, RCIC, when he was killed in action 16 December 1944; buried in the Villanova Canadian War Cemetery, Italy, grave V- A- 10.
Goslin was originally from the Cooking Lake area of Alberta. As of January 2001 he was survived by three sisters and a growing number of nieces and nephews and their progeny. He also may have had a daughter.