Ujfeherto Old Jewish Cemetery
There were two Jewish cemeteries in Újfehértó. This cemetery was established as early as 1870, since it appears on the cadastral map of that year. It was demolished at an unknown time. In 1980, it was fenced by the descendants of Jews from Újfehértó and two memorials were erected (one in Hungarian and one in Hebrew).
According to Hebrew Wikipedia, Újfehértó had a small Jewish community that grew throughout the 18th century. In 1840, the Jewish population decreased after Jews were granted permission to settle in the major cities. However, towards the end of the 19th century, the Jewish population in Újfehértó increased. By World War I, the Jewish community increased again significantly following an influx of refugees from Galicia who settled in the city. In 1941, Jews accounted for 1,359 people of the city’s population (15,154).
Following the German occupation of Hungary in 1944, the Jews of the city were transferred to the Nirjhaza Ghetto (where all the Jews of the district were concentrated), from where they were deported to Auschwitz in May 1944. A few Holocaust survivors returned to Újfehértó after the war, though they all left by 1948, after which no Jews remained in the city.