Alma Eloise Ellis Elliott, born October 28, 1914, died April 5, 1991, was a member of the R. Don McLeod Chapter No. 2469, United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Her three sisters, Annie Kate Ellis Brimberry, Dora Elizabeth Ellis Oldham and Willie Mae Ellis Austin were also members of the UDC, same Chapter.
Mrs. Elliott was active in compiling the Ellis and Elliott families history and compiled family stories into book form entitled "Recollections of Years Gone By."
She was buried in the Elliott Cemetery in Henry County, Georgia which dates back before 1845, which is also the county she was born in.
Eloise was a charter member of the Fayetteville Presbyterian Church, along with her husband Moody; sons Moody, Jr. and Donald, a Presbyterian Minister; and daughter Linda and Mother Rosa Alberta Crowell Ellis.
In the words of her daughter Linda – "Mother left us the greatest gift a Mother could leave – her family heritage and family traditions, in the truest meaning of the word."
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