Stary Targ Jewish Cemetery
The owners of the property where the cemetery is located were very hostile with ESJF surveyors. They refused to allow photos to be taken, even to stay on the access road to their land (in fact, the dirt road is not marked as private). The field team were therefore only able to take a small amount of photos.
The Jewish cemetery in Stary Targ is located about 200 meters south-west of the village centre, about 130 meters west of Nowotarska Street. The date of establishing the cemetery is unknown. It was probably established at the end of the 18th century or at the beginning of the 19th century.
The cemetery occupies a rectangular plot with a longer axis in the north-south direction. It is known that there was a small building at its western border, probably serving as a funeral home or a caretaker’s building. In the 1930s, the cemetery was surrounded by a crumbling fence and there were a dozen or so graves located in three rows within it.
The cemetery has undergone far-reaching devastation. All traces of the cemetery at ground level have been blurred, the boundaries of the burial area are unreadable. Currently, there is an arable field in its place. There is no commemoration marker.
(K. Bielawski; http://cmentarze-zydowskie.pl/stary_targ.htm)