As Flyer stated there is no unique requirement, but in your case looks like you are re-plumbing, so some sample schematics of basic hydronics are good to look at for ideas. I would suggest you work out the full plan before starting to prevent re-work and frustration (duh of course plan it first!
Since you are using zone valves, there is an alternate schematic to get your dump zone working (page 16 http://leisurelinestoves.com/files/44240843.pdf
). Also the WL has two outlets, one is a dip tube and one is flush with the top of the boiler pressure vessel. When using a bladder style expansion tank follow the plumbing schematic for that in the Axeman boiler manual (figure 3 http://leisurelinestoves.com/files/44240843.pdf
). The T for the 6006 high limit will be on the supply line right above the boiler so it can effectively monitor an overtemp condition and reset once flow through the dump zone is established. The pump does not have to be on the return, many feel that putting it down stream of the airscoop after a couple feet of straight pipe is an effective location.
One thing to remember is that differential temperature (supply Vs return temp) should not be more that 20 to 25 degrees, this will help deal with the small water volume of the WL110 and the nature of solid fuel being slow to recover (relatively speaking). You can accomplish the not letting the boiler get behind by setting the low and high limits close to each other so the circulator shuts off if the boiler gets below 160*F. The example for that would be high limit 185*F, low limit 175*F and LL diff at 10*F.
Not sure if this was any help, but hang in there, you will figure it out I'm sure, you can always PM myself or Flyer and we will offer our advice (just be careful, free advice can be worth exactly what you paid for it!
Best wishes for a successful project, you can do it!