The cemetery in Dobrzyń near the Drwęca River was located at today’s Rypińska Street and covered the area of 2,6 ha. Unfortunately the cemetery was destroyed and no tombstones have been preserved.

Rabbi Simon Huberband described the cemetery as follows: “It was the burial place of Rabbi Tojb, a student of Rabbi Rebbe Jechiel, who was supposed to replace him according to the wishes of the old Hassidim” "[[ref:|Shimon Huberband, Kiddush Hashem: Jewish Religious and Cultural Life in Poland During the Holocaust (Heritage of Modern European Jewry, V. 1), New York, 1987]].