I spoke to a few elders. One was a Jew who returned back after the war. Another had some Jewish ancestors. I went through the list of names and they remembered some names but not the others - nothing specific though.
I talked to the local people trying to find out what happened to the old cemetery. I was hoping to find the stones. Unfortunately, the cemetery did not survive. Most of it is now covered with road and newly built houses. The woman who lived in one of those houses told me that they were digging out bones as they were building it. The stones disappeared.
Later I called one of the families that wanted to help me out and they found out what happened to the stones. About 20 years ago there was a military exercise. When it ended and the stones were removed with the garbage.
-- Dmitry Abramson')"
Records from Kolonie L'vove were located at the Central Archives for the History of Jewish People in Jerusalem. There is a Jewishgen Project to acquire and translate these records.