Mount Olivet Cemetery

Mount Olivet Cemetery
Trice & S 8th St
Hugo
,
OK
74743
Phone: 580-326-7511

Mount Olivet Cemetery in Hugo is the final resting place for rodeo greats Freckles Brown, Lane Frost, Todd Watley and L. Hammock. Ed Ansley, better known as Buster Brown, and William H. Darrough, the founder of Hugo, are also buried here. Because Hugo has been a wintering home for several circuses, a special area called Showmen's Rest features unique headstones and gravesites for circus performers and owners. Guided tours available for groups upon request.

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Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Tour Information: Guided Tours
Hours
Open daily from dawn to dusk.
Directions
At the intersection of Jake Pulliam Bypass & 8th Street, turn north.

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