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Mount Olivet Cemetery
515 S. Market St.
Frederick, MD 21701
301-662-1164
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Established in 1854 and featuring the gravesites of Francis Scott Key (National Anthem author), Barbara Fritchie (Whittier's Poem), and Thomas Johnson (first Governor of Maryland). The Monument to the Unknown Confederate Soldiers was unveiled in 1881 to honor the soldiers of the Confederate army who fell in battles of the Civil War and who are buried at Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation from dawn to dusk, 365 days a year.

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Mount Olivet Cemetery History Tour
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Recurring weekly on Sunday until October 10, 2021
History
Outdoor
Entry Fee Applies
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History
Outdoor
Entry Fee Applies
Tour
History
Outdoor
Entry Fee Applies
Tour
Mount Olivet Cemetery History Tour
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Recurring weekly on Sunday until November 28, 2021
History
Outdoor
Entry Fee Applies
Tour