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The Village of Williamsville, NY - OU045E

 1.3 square miles of history.

Hidden by  GOF

N 42° 57.758' W 78° 44.744' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > New York
 Cache Type: BIT Cache
 Size: No container
 Status: Archived
 Date Hidden: 19 April 2012
 Date Created: 19 April 2012
 Last Modified: 13 June 2015
 Waypoint: OU045E


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Description   EN   

In 1811 Jonas Williams built a mill on Ellicott Creek at Glen Falls. This was the beginning of what would become the Village of Williamsville. Located where the main road from Batavia to Buffalo crossed Ellicot creek at Glenn Falls several mills and a stagecoach stop grew into a community and was incorporated as the Village of Williamsville in 1850.


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9 13 June 2015 GOF Cache archived

Cache was archived.

2 04 August 2014 Borst68 Didn't find it


1 12 July 2012 DudleyGrunt Found it

3395.  Hitting this group of 4 Amherst BITs before my event, this evening on the way to 100/3400.  

I'm confused.  Am I in Amherst or Williamsville?  How to towns and villiages work up here?  In Maryland, we just have State > County > and city/town/etc (the latter is simply a matter of size).

Thanks and Happy Trails!

1 05 May 2012 Mr.Yuck Found it

Oh, I might have the wrong cache for the FLW statue, but Rayman could be wrong too. Nope, never a reason to set foot inside there, all my traffic tickets have been in the Town, not the tiny Village. It is a nice histoic building though, thanks for pointing it out. And the statue, which I still think I'm right about which Bit Cache it was at. TFTC.

1 05 May 2012 Rayman Found it

I tried to convince Yuck to cross at the signal light, but he insisted on running out into traffic and almost getting us run over. I think I spotted this one first, and afterwards marveled at the nearby carving of FLW. I've been in Williamsville Village Hall several times over the years for the Rite Aid and Hampton Inn I designed down the road.