Rose Hill Burial Park is a historic cemetery in Oklahoma City. It was established in 1915 by Charles H. Moureau and the Harden Realty Company.[1] A mausoleum at the cemetery was built in 1919.[2] Gravesites for notable figures in Oklahoma and Oklahoma City's history are part of the cemetery.

The cemetery was vandalized in 1990.[3] In 2016, Boy Scouts handed out small American flags and helped families locate gravesites on Memorial Day at the cemetery.[4]


Notable gravesites include:


  1. ^ Kerr, William F.; Gainer, Ina (February 16, 1922). "The Story of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: "the Biggest Little City in the World"". S.J. Clarke.
  2. ^ "Thompson v. Rosehill Burial Park". Justia Law.
  3. ^ "Grave Stones Overturned At Rose Hill Burial Park". September 17, 1990.
  4. ^ Price, Crystal (May 31, 2016). "Boy Scouts hand out flags, help families locate graves at Rose Hill Burial Park". KOCO.

Coordinates: 35°31′53″N 97°32′14″W / 35.5314460°N 97.5372617°W / 35.5314460; -97.5372617