The cemetery of Gostynin is kept today as a symbolic monument maintained by the city of Gostynin and it's twin town Langenfeld/Rheinland in Germany.
Maciej Jaworski is working on a documentation of the Gostynin Lutheran church and the cemetery. He shares his pictures of the cemetery here.
There is also some historic information about this cemetery.
Learn more about the location of the cemetery.
Photos and other contributions for the documentation of this cemetery were provided by: Maciej Jaworski, Jutta Dennerlein, Michał Jastrzębski, Artur Witkowski, Günther Fuchs.
You can choose your starting point from the following item list of the Gostynin cemetery or return to your query at the Cmentarze Index page.
Cemetery seen from the street
New way to cemetery
Hanna Witt-Pastowa at monument
Monument WW I
Ida Pauline Ratz née Albrecht
View of the cemetery
Jakob Pohl, Natalie Pohl née Rückert
Fragments of cross
Barbara Treichert geb. Fischer
Julja Geörke (Görke?)
Stefania Romanowska geborene Ilichman
Olga Gretha - Franz Otto Kroslin (?)
v. Adelstein Lilienhoff
Christine Schuh née Funk
Luise Arndt née Fritz
In 1998 Michał Jastrzębski and Artur Witkowski visited the cemetery of Gostynin to collect information for their 'Cmentarze' document. They also took pictures which we can show here.
Gravestone Julja Geörke
Gravestone Johann Gottlieb Drath
Gravestone Bernhard Bratz
Gravestone Amalie von Panzer
Gravestone Wilhelm Wittmajer
Gravestone von Adelstein Lilienhoff
Renate Böhm - pedestal of cross (?).
Gravestone Edward Wittenberg, Matylda Wittenberg née Bohmów
Gravestone August Hintz
Gravestone Ludwik Hintz, Wilhelmine Hintz, Otto Hintz
Gravestone Pauline Ratz née Albrecht
Gravestone Julianna Ziegler née Lippert
Gravestone Jan Dejter
Gravestone Friedrich Wolf
Monument World War I
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