The cemetery of Budy Dolne is located in a pine forest between the villages and Tokary and Ciechomice. The cemetery is small and is strikingly similar to the little cemetery on the Kępa Osnicka. Both seem to have been private cemeteries. There was no Prayer or School House located in the immediate vicinity as they were usually found next to the cemetery in most Kantorates. I suspect that the original Protestant burial ground of this area was the cemetery of the former Kantorate Ciechomiece in Nowe Ciechomice. As around 1860, many of the German inhabitants of this area emigrated to Volhynia, the Kantorate was abolished. The remaining German residents were Niedrunger, who were living in Tokary, Okopy Tokary and Budy Dolne - in the low-lying area on the Vistula. The cemetery, located at the height of Ciechomice was unfavorably for them. This must have been the reasons why the cemetery in Ciechomice was not used any longer. The Niedrungers used a part of the pine forest, which is in the field of Budy Dolne, for a new, easy-to-reach place of burial. But this is only speculation. The small cemetery, which is now in private hands, might be much older.
There is also some historic information about this cemetery.
Upper part of the cross base Heinrich Golnik (# 02). Fragment of cement base with a curved wrought iron cross. Ornaments of the cross are missing. Feet of the crucified partially exists. Cement fragment approx 56 x 63 cm. Iron Cross around 138 x 64 cm.
Grave # 02: Grave border of cement with a slight increase at the headboard. Lying at the head the three-part cross base. The top broken off, where the falling stone hit the border of # 03. Cross base 180 x 85 cm. Lower portion of the same cement as the grave border. The upper two parts made of pale stone.
Grave # 03: grave border of cement for double or family grave. The grave border was apparently originally covered with a stone slab. Dimensions: 220 x 180 cm. At the head a two-stage cross base of bright artificial stone. Upper part dimensions: 128 x 65 cm. The wrought iron cross 160 x 78 cm. The Crucified made from tin (?).
Lower fragment of grave plate # 14, still on the field-stone grave enclosure or vault. The death date of 1939, with the age of 92 in the upper part of the plate gives a birth year of about 1847. The church record of Gabin shows for the year 1849, the birth of a Samuel Mielke in Miechowiec.