Duck Hill Cemetery is actually the name of two cemeteries located in Duck Hill, Montgomery County, Mississippi. Historically, one of the cemeteries is Black, and the other is White. Combined, the two cemeteries contain almost 1,000 graves of deceased residents of this north central part of the state. Among the families buried in the Black cemetery are those with Bloodsaw, Butts, Elliott, Eskridge, Grantham, Gordon, Hardiman/Hardimon, Khite, Lott, McChrision, Monday, Nash, Parker, Sykes, and Tyler surnames. Buried in the larger of the two cemeteries, the White cemetery, are members of the Abel, Bennett, Binford, Embry, Fox, Grant, Holmes, Leverette, McCuiston, Miers, Mitchell, Moore, Oliver, Pottle, Rodgers, Rose, Sledge, Sykes, Taylor, Thomas, Trotter, Waugh, and Wilkins families.