When I visited Kopaigorod in 1992, there were 3 cemeteries. The old one was overgrown with trees and weeds, it's headstones leaning or fallen down. The new one had fresh gravestones and metal fences. There was also a place in the forest commemorating the mass grave of the thousands of Jews murdered during WWII.
The Landsmanshaften at Mount Judah has 169 burials.
» Search the Mount Judah Cemetery by the Kopaigorod Society
The Jewish Cemetery contains a section for Jews originally from Bessarabia/Moldova and Podolia.