In the Banyliv cemetery there were about 300 stones showing moderate to heavy weathering.  They displayed acceptable designs but nothing out of the ordinary.  Some stones displayed the names of the deceased in Latin script.  The cemetery was fenced but the gate was open, and a prominent trail cut through the cemetery.

Within the Jewish cemetery were the graves of four Ukrainians, all killed in 1941.  According to the notes on the monument they were killed by bourgeois elements.  This may mean that they were the victims of Ukrainian nationalists.  From their surnames they did not seem to be Jewish, and I do not known why they were buried in the Jewish cemetery