Tiszakerecseny Jewish Cemetery
The exact establishment date of the Jewish cemetery in Tiszakerecseny is unknown. The oldest tombstone found in the cemetery dates to 1902, while the newest dates to 1932. According to other sources, the first burial took place in 1865. Apparently, the burials were still conducted until the community was murdered in Holocaust.
Information on the Jewish population of Tiszakerecseny appears as early as 1840, when there were 31 Jews living in the village. During the second half of the 19th century, the Jewish population increased to 108 individuals, reaching its peak. However, by 1931, the Jewish population decreased to 43. During World War II, the Jews of the village were first deported to Kisvárda Ghetto and then to Auschwitz, where 28 people were murdered.