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Mount Olivet has been in continuous operation since being established in 1856. Many of Middle Tennessee's well known citizens, political and business leaders, including several former governors of Tennessee, U.S. Senators, and U.S. Congressional Representatives call Mount Olivet their final resting place.
Well dressed male sculpture square formatWeathered obelisk Mount Olivet CemeterySide view of winged male angelQueen of softness female sculptureProtrait of male angel sculpture hands together in prayerMy love be chained Mount Olivet CemeteryMale sculpture dressed well Mount Olivet CemeteryMale angelic angel missing handMale angelic angel left hand missing sculptureHelp me release these earthly chains female sculptureHand to ear female sculpture Mount Olivet CemeteryFront view of winged male angelFloral gothic stone crossFemale sculpture holding an anchor eleganceFemale sculpture black and white hands covering heartFemale Sculpture at peace with this worldFemale child sitting at foot of crossFemale chained to this earthly planeElegant female sculpture wearing floral headbandAngelic angel pointing to scroll while arm around cross

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