This blog was originally set-up for the Tri-State Genealogical Society. Under the new leadership, this blog and the original web site are no longer officially recognized by the society; however, it is continuing to be maintained by its creator, John G. West.
I got this in my email box from my friend Judy Lee:
Trovillion Cemetery T13S R6E Sec 29N 37* W088* (Pope County, Illinois) Enumerated March 11, 2009. This cemetery has suffered the forces of nature and man. If the cemetery were cleaned more monuments might be found. Invasive species along with fallen limbs from an ice storm make it difficult to maneuver through the cemetery. The blue blooms of the vinca groundcover though offer brightness and hope. The cemetery is about a mile east of Old Brownfield on Deputy Tower Road, then about 2000' north of the road. A field surrounds the cemetery; a farm road passes beside it on the west. Enumeration starts closest to the farm road, beginning at the northwest side of the cemetery.