Elizabeth Goodloe Mays
Black women were also interested in getting the right to vote. Mays was elected Treasurer of the Equal Suffrage Association at its first meeting, held at Madame C.J. Walker’s house in 1912, and was active in the cause as a speaker and organizer.
Throughout her life, she continued to be active in many religious and charitable organizations. Burial: Section 59, Lot 525; GPS (39.8226234, -86.1691933)