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In 1943, Mildred M. Elkins enlisted in the Army. After her military service, she lived in Chicago, IL, and later came back to Paris, KY. She was the wife of Edwin D. Mott. Mildred M. Elkins Mott died in Lexington, KY, and she is buried in Evergreen Cemetery.
Sources: "Obituaries: Mott. Mrs. Mildred E. Mott," The Saturday Herald and Leader, 07/24/1976, p.27; U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File in Ancestry; "Paris Colored Notes," The Lexington Herald, 12/16/1934, p.7; "Obituaries: Lyter, Mrs. Cynthia," The Lexington Leader, 04/16/1970, p.16.
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|NKAA Source:||National Archives, Access to Archival Databases (online)|
|NKAA Source:||Ancestry (online)|
|NKAA Source:||The Lexington herald and Lexington leader|
|NKAA Source:||The Lexington herald (newspaper)|
|NKAA Source:||Lexington leader (newspaper)|
Cite This NKAA Entry:
“Mott, Mildred M. Elkins,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed January 18, 2022, https://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/300004476.
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