Jennie Lee Cork Alexander

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Mrs. Jennie Cork Alexander, for several years a resident of Yale, died April 2, 1920, at the home of her daughter in Ypsilanti. Mrs. Alexander had been ill for a few weeks with valvular heart trouble, following an attack of in fluenza. Last Monday, her condition condition being much improved, she accompanied her daughter to Ypsi lanti. Her death was very unexpected unexpected and came as a great shock to the community. The body was brought to Yale Saturday evening and funeral ser vices were held at the home on Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Alfred Martin, pastor of the Presbyter ian church, officiating. Interment was made in the Speaker cemetery. Jennie Lee, the daughter of Thomas and Betsy Lee, was born n Berlin, St. Clair county, April 9, 1852. In 1872 she was united in marriage to George M. Cork, of Berlin. To this union was born nine children, Bessie S., who passed away in 1917; Robert L., of Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Wm. G. of Speaker; Lee A., of Metamora; Frances C, of Ypsilanti; Edward T., who died in 1919; Roy W., of Detroit; Chas. II., of Speaker; and James M., of State College, Penn. After Mr. and Mrs. Cork's mar- raige they made their home in Speaker until 1908, when they mov ed to lale, where the father died in 1911. In 191G she was married to Chas. Alexander ana tney nave since lived in Yale. Five sisters and one brother sur vive. Mrs. Alexander was a life-long member of the Methodist church, and a charter member of the Peck L. O. T. M. Card Of Thanks I wish to thank the friends and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy, since the death of my be loved wife, to those who furnished the music at the funeral, and the minister for such comforting words spoken in his sermon. Charles P. Alexander. OBITUARY

Clipped from The Yale Expositor08 Apr 1920, ThuPage 4

The Yale Expositor (Yale, Michigan)08 Apr 1920, ThuPage 4
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