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Location: Eramosa Twsp, Wellington Co, Ontario, Canadamap
Surnames/tags: Loghrin Armstrong Cooper
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The Loghrin family and the Johnson Cemetery

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1. The James Loghrin monument.

The Johnson Cemetery came into existence in 1873 after a group of residents met at the Barrie Hill Presbyterian church in Eramosa Township to organize it. They formed the Union Cemetery Company and purchased two acres of land from John Johnson a short distance east of the church, across the road from School Section #3. James Loghrin was elected as President and served until 1883.[1] The cemetery is still in use in 2022.

In the photo to the far right, Bill McClanahan showed his third cousins, Jane Hurst and Tom Loghrin, around the cemetery on May 26, 2005. All are descendants of William Loghrin and Agnes Cooper.

1. Loghrin names on this monument include:

Although all of these names are on the monument; some of those who died prior to 1873 may not be interred there.

2. Will Keith and Annie Clayton.

2. Will Keith and Annie Clayton visited another of the Loghrin monuments in the summer of 1967. Will said this, "Annie Clayton and myself - last two first cousins left. Annie's mother and father buried right behind her. No doubt our conversation was the Loghrin's, we didn't know this was taken. This is Grandfather Loghrin's plot..." Loghrin names on this monument include:

3. The third monument includes:

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3. William and Sarah Loghrin.

4. Other Loghrin names on headstones in the cemetery:

  • William (1880-1966) and his wife Fravilla Jane Robinson (1878-1946)
  • Their son James M. (1912-1990) and his wife Alice M. Bates (1921-2001)
  • James and Alice's son Robert Dale (1947-1991)


  1. Stephen Thorning, The Wellington Register, 2010 accessed Dec. 31, 2021 online
  2. Isabella's relationship to the Loghrins is unknown but she lived with the family for all of her life.


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