Started doing this after the death of my first parent. I found it impossible to find people to tell them of her passing. Then experienced a letter to her, 2 yr after the passing.
This got me to wondering what else I didn't know about my own family and so started digging and running into relatives that were doing the same. I started in 1994, but they had been doing it before that and kept me encouraged.
I've met so many wonderful people in my search, and love the stories that have come from it. I'm still learning but will share what I have if you want to come along on the journey PEACE
The cross in my profile (2015) is in memory of all the resting places not respected @ St Joseph Church Cemetery and what the future has in stored for the remaining markers
Here is a link to Eliza Benson Rust's profile on my tree on Ancestry.com. I am not sure if you need an account to access it. I do have the 1880 US Census attached to her also. It looks like the 2nd Josephine Rust is a granddaughter, but not sure who she belongs to. Let me know if I need to make a copy of the 1900 census.
Jane Logan You list Jane Logan as burial unknown -- She married Adam Haun & they are in the Richview Cem. Washington Co. IL #131373341 her mother Mary Ann Edmiston Caldwell #131373808 Hope this helps if you haven't found this Keith (descendant of James)
RE: Marie Rita Campainha Julia as I looked closer to the photo for Pauline Sylvia Campainha I noticed that Marie Rita is buried in the same grave. I transferred a copy of the photo to the memorial. Thanks for all your help.
RE: Marie Rita Campainha Julia I did make the memorial per family information provided. I myself do not know where exactly she is buried at the cemetery. Her twin sister is Pauline Sylvia Campainha. Someone took a photo of her grave and posted it to her memorial. I thought they would of been buried together since the died days apart. Any help would be great. I wish I could give you more information.
RE: Logan aka Loggan No, I do not know of any. I have walked this cemetery many times and taken pics of every stone. There is a Bob DeLozier who lives near Logan's Chapel & is supposed to know all about it. Maybe you could find him in the phone book & call him or send a letter to him in care of Logan's Chapel Methodist Church (someone would see to it that he got it).