Johnson Cemetery - Vermilion County Illinois

Cemetery Name: Johnson Cemetery

Location:  Blount Township, North West of Danville

GPS Location 40.20898 -87.66709 (link to Google Map)

Description:  Johnson cemetery is well maintained, and still an active cemetery.

Pictures: I took pictures of EVERY stone in this cemetery in March 2007 (along with a few "updates" of newer stones).

Link to Pictures: 1,021 pictures (50 on a page, 21 pages)




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Nancy Reed
July 15, 2012 - 15:27
Subject: Johnson cemetery

Our Johnson side is buried at Stearns. Happy to look up what I have to see if I can find yours. We also have some at Emberry, but they are Davis and Plotner. Nancy

Carol – Arizona
March 21, 2009 - 14:14
Subject: Johnson - Hulse - Sconce

Thank you for your commitment to this project...what an undertaking! I was hoping to locate John (born ca 1800) and Margaret Hulse Johnson (born 1801) in this cemetery...perhaps I overlooked them since the stones are quite worn due to age. I had thought that since I was looking for Johnsons, this was the most logical cemetery to check first! Two other families might be buried near them as well: James and Mary Polly Hulse Sconce, and James and Martha Hulse. Again, my thanks for the time and effort you have invested -- I'm 'off' to check the other cemeteries!

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Michael Coan
March 21, 2009 - 15:58

Check Farmer Chapel Cemetery - Picture 73 - 78. Found information on Pape Mortuary genealogy database website:

Georgianne – Danville
January 19, 2009 - 00:27

I looked thru every picture of Johnson Cemetery and was suprised to also find my great, great grandparents plus several great aunts and uncles that I did not not were there. We looked over the cemetary before but missed them. Thanks again.

January 18, 2009 - 22:11
Subject: Thank you!

I too would like to thank you for all the hard work you have done taking pictures of these cemeteries. My parents, grandparents and great grandparents are buried in Johnson Cemetary and I don't live that far away. What is nice is the other cemeteries that I don't visit that I have been able to fine relatives by just looking at your pictures. Thank you.

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