Szabolcs Jewish Cemetery
The Jewish cemetery of Szabolcs was established as early as 1870, since it appears on the cadastral map of that year. It was destroyed at an unknown time. The website “Izraelita Temetok” (http://www.izraelitatemetok.hu/index.php/szabolcs/) states the following with regard to the cemetery: “according to a local museum employee, the tombstones were transferred to Tokaj. [translation]”
According to census data, 6 Jews lived in Szabolcs in 1840. By 1880, The Jewish population peaked at 25 in 1880, and subsequently decreased to 12 in 1910 and 13 in 1920. In 1930, only 5 Jews were registered as living in Szabolcs, and by 1941, no Jews remained in the village.