Grace Hill Cemetery
Grace Hill Cemetery is a cemetery located at 1931 Martin Luther King Jr Drive in Birmingham's Mason City neighborhood. It adjoins Shadow Lawn Cemetery and sits a few blocks south of Elmwood Cemetery.
The cemetery, which houses more than 9,000 graves, dates to 1913 and was used for African-American burials during Birmingham's decades of segregation. A New Grace Hill Cemetery section, developed by A. G. Gaston, was added to the northwest of the original plat.
- Dorothy Love Coates (1928–2002), singer
- Jay Heard (1920–1999), baseball pitcher
- A. A. Peters (1871–1926), educator and endowment secretary for the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge, Free & Accepted Masons of Alabama
- Jennie Rayfield (1883–1929, wife of Wallace Rayfield
- Yvonne Turner (1933–2015), civil rights activist
- Fess Whatley (1894–1972), music educator and bandleader