I see this was the first message posted on Rootsweb, at least under this user name. I'd suggest a couple of changes for future postings. First since you have a good family tree posted on this person, post the link to her bio:http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/24508635/person/1677276885
this helps volunteers to see what information you already have, and prevent needless wrong information being provided...or information you already have. Your "any and all articles and information" leads to a mass of research by some, without regard to accuracy.
Since you wrote this, you already know about her burial place, it also identifies your known information on this person:
A lot of volunteers read every posting, when you fully identify a person and what you know, many would be exact to your desired request. Also, when you post detailed data, others in that family, grandchildren/etc. may contact you to see how you stand in the family. So, a quick sentence..."Mary was my grandmother's sister," or, "James A. Walker was my..." That would identify your connection.
Otherwise, be sure to review all information provided, as ... mistakes are common.