Old Union (or Union) Cemetery, North Palmyra Township- Macoupin County 

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Old Union (or Union) Cemetery
Macoupin County Illinois
North Palmyra Township Section 33
Map Lat.
39.44248°n Long. -089. 99491°w

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Located in Section 33 on Route 111 on the north edge of Palmyra on the west side of the road, at the northwest corner of insection of Elder Street and State Route 111.

Quoted from the Historical Society Cemetery Book, "....is one of the first cemeteries laid out in Macoupin County."

Partial Listing
Donated by - Linda Kmiecik, Connie Johnston Clark, Jim Dugger

Words in brackets [ ] or parenthesis ( )are not on stone.

Name Birth Death Other or Notes Veteran? Donated By Obit?
Alford, Jane July 19, 1817 April 29, 1852  
Alford, M. T.
May 23, 1828
April 28, 1905
Alford, Sarah R.
Jan. 15, 1831
June 26, 1869
Johnston, Elizabeth Berry
June 10,1811  
2nd wife of Isaac B.
Johnston, Isaac B.
26 Apr 1856 Note
Johnston, Infant
Infant of Isaac B & Elizabeth Berry Johnston (Undocumented)
Johnston, Infant
Infant of Isaac B & Elizabeth Berry Johnston (Undocumented)
Smith, Charles Ed. M.D.
Mar. 29, 1829
Nov. 19, 1905
Sterling, Maggie aged 33-3-13 July 24, 1882 wife of M. B. Sterling
(2nd w/o Myron B., m. Apr 2, 1865, Macoupin Co.,
mother of all 3 children, b. Apr 11, 1849, KY,
(d/o John J. Ramsey, Sr. and Lydia Mariah [Walker] Ramsey),
died in an epidemic nursing others)

Note from Connie Johnston Clark:
Isaac B. Johnston's  first wife was also an Elizabeth, Elizabeth King Johnston born 1804 and died 1842 and is also buried there.  Isaac and his second wife Elizabeth Berry lived at Chapman's Point and their son Isaac Newton Johnston married Emily Frances Chapman and they are buried at Oak Grove.

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