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Captain's Cemetery/Hillside Cemetery


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Both Captain's Cemetery and Hillside Cemetery are historically prominent in the area. These are old cemeteries and have stones dating back to early settlers in the area. The gates are often closed, so it may be necessary to contact the listed number if you desire to enter the grounds past the gates.

Captain's Cemetery is located south of town by turning south at Lenapah Street off Highway 20 (Rogers Street), driving to the "T" intersection, turn right (west) about 1 mile; at the "Y" veer south (52nd Ave). The cemetery is on the left side of the rode just before the Hominy Creek bridge.

Hillside Cemetery is located off of Highway 11, past 166, the next right; up the hill at the big gate.

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Phone: 918-396-3702

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