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Alternate names: Ujazd [Pol], Uyazd, ?????? [Yid]. 51°36' N, 19°55' E, 22 miles ESE of ?ód?, 17 miles NE of Piotrków Trybunalski, 6 miles NW of Tomaszów Mazowiecki. 1939 Jewish population: about 800. S?ownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego (1880-1902), XII, pp. 761-762: "Ujazd" #1. Gmina Ujazd is a rural administrative district in Tomaszów Mazowiecki powiat, ?ód? Voivodeship in central Poland. with its seat in the village of Ujazd. The gmina 2006 total population was 7,747. mina Ujazd contains the villages and settlements of Aleksandrów, Bielina, Bronis?awów, Buków, Ciosny, D?bniak, Helenów, Józefin, Kolonia D?bniak, ??czkowice, Lipianki, ?ominy, Maksymów, Marszew, M?ynek, Niewiadów, Ojrzanów, Olszowa, Osiedle Niewiadów, Przesiad?ów, Sangrodz, Skrzynki, Stasiolas, Szymanów, Teklów, Tobiasze, Ujazd, Wólka Krzykowska, Wygoda, Wykno and Zaosie. [July 2009]

 

CEMETERY:

The Jewish cemetery was NW of the village. During WWII, the Germans completely destroyed it. Its precise location is unknown. Not one gravestone survived. [July 2009] [UPDATE] Photo site for Jewish Cemetery in Ujazd [April 2015]

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