According to ESJF European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative, the exact period of the cemetery’s establishment is unknown. The oldest gravestone relates to the mid-18th century, so it can be assumed that the cemetery emerged during that period. First, it appears on a Russian map of the 1920s. The site is used for cattle grazing. There are about 150 gravestones. There are some standing gravestones on the site. The rest gravestones are laying down.
The cemetery is located behind the Christian cemetery, opposite to the house at 32, Ostrozka street. The entrance to the site is located at the southeast end of Ostrozkyi lane.