I'm not sure whether or not this group is the best place to ask this question, but since it does involve a cemetery I thought it was worth a try.
I have a family group sheet that my father had. I don't recognize the name of the person who compiled it, but I assume it was someone related to the family and that my grandparents were given a copy, and that they either gave a copy to my father or he got their copy after they died. Most of the information recorded on it was taken from a family Bible which belonged to my great-grandmother's sister. It lists my great-grandmother's death date as 9 July 1959 and her death place as Brewerton, New York. It also says that she is buried in Cedarville, New York. One of her sisters died in Cedarville, New York on 12 February 1929 and was buried there, and although I don't know when her sister's husband died, apparently he was buried in Cedarville too.
It would be nice to find an obituary or a death certificate for my great-grandmother...but there is a problem! The only husband listed for her on the family group sheet is my great-grandfather. My great-grandparents divorced. In 1930 my great-grandmother and my grandfather were still living in Chicago, Illinois. My great-grandmother eventually remarried and apparently moved to New York at some point (I'm not sure if she moved first or remarried first). My father remembers that her husband's name was Bill, but does not remember his last name. So since I have no idea what her last name was when she died, it will be difficult to find a death certificate or an obituary. And it would also be nice to know what her husband's name was!
I believe Cedarville, New York is a small town. Since her sister and brother-in-law are also buried in Cedarville, I'm guessing that it's the same cemetery (there may be only one there), and they very well may be buried near each other. And I know their names. Her second husband may be there too. I checked the distance on MapQuest, and Cedarville, New York is 3 hours, 47 minutes (222.88 miles) away from me...not that close, but not so far that I couldn't make the trip. Is my best bet going to the cemetery?