Cora E. Pulver VanAlstine (1869-1935)
(Mrs. Ernest Edgar VanAlstine)
The following was found in the June 1, 1901, Lowell Souvenir, page 12, column 1:
Mrs. David Pulver has been visiting her daughter Mrs. E. Vanalstine and her family at Monticello for ten days. Her little granddaughter accompanied her home.
The following article was found in the March 1, 1902, Lowell Souvenir, page 10, column 2:
D.C. Pulver and wife are visiting their daughter, Mrs. E.E. Vanalstine, of Monticelo.
This article was found in the Aug. 31, 1916, Lowell Tribune, page 7, column 3:
Mr. and Mrs. E.E. VanAlstine, of Cecil, Ohio, are visiting relatives here.
The following was found in the Feb. 15, 1917, Lowell Tribune, page 4, column 4:
We want to thank each and every one who have helped in any way toweard the keeping of Sanders cemetery, and will be glad for donations from any one who feels interested in the care of this cemetery for the year 1917. Those who gave during 1916 are as follows:
Mrs. A.S. Hull Mrs. James Chitwood
Mrs. E.E. VanAlstine
Mrs. Menzo Hayden
Pine Grove Aid
The following was found in the March 22, 1917, Lowell Tribune, page 12, column 1:
Mrs. E.E. Van Alstine, of Cecil, Ohio, is visiting her mother, Mrs D.C. Pulver, and other relatives here.
The Sanders Cemetery records at the Lowell Public Library show that Cora E.VanAlstine (1869-1935) was buried at site R18