The Dorsten Jewish Cemetery is located in the so-called “Judenbusch” in the Hasselbecke Nature Park in the Feldmark district of Dorsten .  The approximately 1500 m² site was first mentioned in a document in 1628 and in 1790 became the property of the city. Between 1857 and 1941 the area served as a burial place for the Jewish community.
A total of 27 grave sites are still recognizable today. Of these, 19 graves can be individually assigned.  Several grave sites belong to the Eisendrath family who emigrated to the USA around 1850 and who have been involved in renovating the cemetery again and again up to the present day. 
- Elisabeth Cosanne-Schulte-Huxel, Walter Schiffer: The Jewish cemetery in Dorsten - A small guide , ed. from the Jewish Museum Westphalia , Dorsten 2014.
- Wolf Stegemann, Johanna Eichmann : Jews in Dorsten and in the glory Lembeck . A book by the regional history research group / Dorsten unterm Hakenkreuz, Dorsten 1989.
- Jewish cemeteries after 1945 (in Dorsten and the surrounding area)
- Dorsten. In: Jewish cemeteries in Westphalia. In: Overview of all projects for the documentation of Jewish grave inscriptions in the area of the Federal Republic of Germany. North Rhine-Westphalia. Editor: Claudia Pohl.
- Elisabeth Cosanne-Schulte-Huxel, Walter Schiffer: Der Jüdische Friedhof in Dorsten , 2014, p. 60.
- Elisabeth Cosanne-Schulte-Huxel, Walter Schiffer: Der Jüdische Friedhof in Dorsten , 2014, p. 15.
- From Dorsten to Chicago : On the history of the Eisendrath family.