Quaker Settlement Cemetery is located in Wyoming County on Quakertown Road in the Village of Warsaw in the Town of Orangeville, NY. Set on the edge of farmland, the cemetery is just over an acre in size with approximately 320 graves.

The cemetery itself was once farmland before it was incorporated as a cemetery in 1904.  Prior to that, it was used by the Quakers in the area, with the earliest recorded grave in 1816. In 1827, the land was deeded to the Society of Friends (Quakers) of Hamburg, NY. The cemetery has generally been a family cemetery. Its first Board of Directors included the great-great grandfathers of the most recent president Diane Spencer and treasurer Paul Griffen. There are approximately 20 U.S. military veterans interred in Quaker Settlement Cemetery, including those who served during the Civil War, World War I, World War II, Korea and Vietnam.

3870 Quakertown Rd
Warsaw, NY 14569

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