Widuchowa Jewish Cemetery
The Jewish cemetery in Widuchowa was established between Königsbergerstrasse (now Robotnicza Street) and Mühlenweg (now Młynarska Street). It is not known exactly when it was created, probably in the 18th century. This would be evidenced by the necessity to fill the burial field by 1.5 m of soil in order to be able to bury the next deceased in a completely filled cemetery. The first Jews settled in the city in the first half of the 18th century, and in the second half of the 18th century about 20 Jews lived there. In the nineteenth century, their number increased to 50, and then decreased to a dozen in the interwar period. Since the Jewish cemetery served such a small community, it functioned for many years. The Jewish cemetery was adjacent to the Protestant cemetery, currently the communal one. Its only trace is the preserved cemetery wall with a gate, no tombstones have survived. The cemetery is unmarked.
(West Pomeranian Encyclopedia; http://pomeranica.pl)