DAY 2, June 14th, 2005, Warsaw Cemetery

We were up at the crack of dawn, again, to call the front desk in the hope that our luggage was delivered. No such luck. So I called United Airlines. I had a 15 minute wait on the phone to United who informed me our luggage is on it’s way and will be here later today. So we planed our day, bought some clothes from the hotel gift shop to help tide us over for the day.
First stop was the Warsaw Cemetery. With a map in hand we jumped in the car and headed east out of Buffalo on Route 20. I estimated the drive to be about an hour or so. Route 20 took us through some of the most beautiful villages, towns and hamlets that I have ever seen. Our primary goal for today is to locate the Warsaw and Hatch Cemetery’s.


Warsaw Cemetery, Wyoming County, New York

After a few hours searching at the Warsaw Cemetery, we found more than we could have ever hoped for. Now it’s time move onto our next goal for the day, the Hatch Family Cemetery. Our research on this cemetery is not very complete and I didn’t really think we would find it. The caretaker had given us a few tips that we didn’t have and we followed his recommendations. As luck and good advice would have it, we found what Beverly’s Grandmother couldn’t find!

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