Milton Courtright Elliott

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Milton Courtright Elliott (December 28, 1879 - 1928) was a lawyer and judge from Norfolk, Virginia. He became counsel to the Federal Reserve Board.


He was born on December 28, 1879 in Norfolk, Virginia to Warren Grice Elliott (1848-1906) and Margaret Blow. His father was president of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. He graduated from the University of Virginia in 1902.[1]

He married Lucy Hamilton Cocke on December 19, 1906. He became counsel to the Federal Reserve Board.[2]

He died in 1928.


  1. ^ Milton Courtright Elliott. Virginia State Bar Association. 1929. ... He practiced in Richmond 1902-3; in Norfolk, 1903-7; in Washington, 1907-9; in Philadelphia, 1909-10 ...
  2. ^ "To Test Power of Banks". New York Times. December 29, 1915. Retrieved 2010-08-23. Milton Elliott, counsel for the Federal Reserve Board, in response to questions, today made the following statement about the decision of the Illinois Supreme Court denying to national banks the right to act as trustee, executor, administrator, and registrar of stocks and bonds