The Austro-Hungarian cemetery from the period of World War I is situated in the old part of the cemetery, to the right of the main gateway. It is surrounded by a suspended chain and consists of eight concrete rectangles and a concrete plinth with the following inscription on a plaque: „Section for soldiers fallen in World War I”. This section is the resting place of the soldiers fallen in Russian-Austrian fights in 1915, which took place in the area of Jarosław. The Soviet prisoners of war who had been killed in the camps in Pełkinie and Wólka Pełkińska are buried to the left of the main gateway. The cemetery still functions as a parish cemetery.