Helen, You need to look in the Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy by Hinshaw. Most larger public and historical libraries have this series, which is the Quaker minutes in existence, listed by family surname. You need the volumes for INdiana, of which I think there are seven. They may or may not list the burial place, but often it was just unmarked graves at the burial grounds of the local meeting house. I just searched the OH and Penn volumes for Williamson families, hoping to place my Hannah Williamson, born abt 1794 in VA, but have not checked IN yet, where I wonder if she may have gone in 1840 as Mrs Jonathan Culver, but when I do, I will keep an eye out for your Jane. RuthAnn.