52°02' N 21°48' E, 37.1 miles ESE of Warszawa. Gmina Latowicz is a rural administrative district in Mińsk County, Masovian Voivodeship in east-central Poland with its seat is the village of Latowicz, 25 km (16 mi) SE of Mińsk Mazowiecki. The gmina 2006 total population was 5,559. Gmina Latowicz contains the villages and settlements of Borówek, Budy Wielgoleskie, Budziska, Chyżyny, Dąbrówka, Dębe Małe, Generałowo, Gołełąki, Kamionka, Latowicz, Oleksianka, Redzyńskie, Stawek, Strachomin, Transbór, Waliska, Wężyczyn and Wielgolas. [June 2009]
US Comm. No. POCE000652
Alternate Yiddish name: Garvolin. Latowicz is 25 km from Minsk Mazowiecki and 31 km from Siedlce. The cemetery is located by the road to Strachomin. Present town population is 1,000-5,000 with no Jews.
Cezary Ostas, Siedlce, ul. Pomorska 1/68, tel. 290-95 visited the site and completed this survey on 15 Dec 1992 using the urban study of Latowicz.
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