Alternate names: Budzyń [Pol], Budsin [Ger], בודזין-Hebrew. 52°53' N, 16°59' E. There are several villages named 'Budzyń' in Poland. This one is 32 miles N of Poznań (Posen), 21 miles SSE of Piła, 7 miles SSE of Chodzież. 1931 Jewish population: 21. Słownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego (1880-1902), I, p. 449: "Budzyń" #2. Budzyn labor camp and more about labor camp. Budzyn is the only camp that was not liquidated. Deportation of a guard. Gmina Budzyń is a rural administrative district in Chodzież County, Greater Poland Voivodeship in west-central Poland with the village in Budzyń as gmina seat. The gmina 2006 population was 8,202. Gmina Budzyń contains the villages and settlements of Brzekiniec, Budzyń, Bukowiec, Dziewoklucz, Grabówka, Kąkolewice, Niewiemko, Nowawieś Wyszyńska, Nowe Brzeźno, Ostrówki, Podstolice, Popielno, Prosna, Sokołowo Budzyńskie, Wyszynki and Wyszyny. [April 2009]
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No gravestones survive. The property is now privately owned and contains residences (plots 34, 36, 38). Adjacent properties are housing development that reduced the size of the cemetery property since 1939. Henryk Grecki, ulica Soltysia 3/13, 70-534 Szczecin, tel. 377-41 completed survey on 10 August 1991.