Linda, there are seven cemeteries [kapse'tas] in Ceraukstes pagasts: Danes, K'ik'erkalna, K'ivul'u, Lejenieku, N'uku, Skulte'nu and Zak'i's'u kapse'tas. Lejenieku kapse'ta is also known as Plu'dona kapse'ta. Vilis Lejnieks was famous poet who was publicly known asVilis Plu'dons.
How do you know your ancestor was buried at Kandava Church? At that time it was known as Candau Kirche. Kandava now is a city of about 5000 people, then about 2000 people. In 1997 there was held sports festival that Latvians from all over the world participated. The mayor and organizer of the festival was Dainis Rozenfelds. I would try the following people who may be able to help you. They are in government of Kandava: Sandra Befirstname.lastname@example.org Anita Dundureanita.email@example.com Dace Rudefirstname.lastname@example.org Sandra's telephones are 37163182031 and 37128304430.
Regarding your April 27, 2013 posting Vilnus is Vilnis. Date and location of the La'cis-Suts marriage would be helpful.
How is Ceraukstes pagasts connected to your ancestors?