RE: Memorial# 30010658 I got the information for Lillie from her death certificate. I usually go to the cemetery and take tombstone photos and add them to find a grave. When I can I try to find any information I can. Go to Missouri Digital Heritage: Death Records Certificates. Add the last name; first name and year of death. It pops up and from there you can view it. Lillie Hale, female white, Born Dec. 18, 1899 in Caldwell, Miss.; father, Bill Hollis; mother unknown; husband or wife, David Hale. Died Mar. 26, 1949 in East Prairie, Mississippi County, MO. at her residence from cancer of the uterus. Buried at Dogwood Cemetery. I am giving you all of this in case you are unable to find the site, but it is a good source. Another source I really like is Google News Archive Search. I found an obit! I added to Lillie's page so you can go and see it. If you want Lillie transferred just let me know. I am not related.
RE: Dan Hale, Jr There were more than 5 pictures for her which is the limit and I don't think unless you posted them you can delete them. I will try to email the picture if you don't get it let me know.
RE: Dan Hale, Jr Could you send the memorial number? I looked up the memorial for the William Hale to look at the picture but this is not the same cemetery that I have. The one I have. I noticed you had requested one for Hannah Bible today This William hale's grave is right in front of hers I think. I was just there today. Is this William Hale the same as the Dan Hale you requested?.
Dan Hale, Jr I could not find a Dan Hale, Jr in Hale's cemetery, but I did find a William R Hale, Jr in Hale's Chapel cemetery born 1863 died 1913. Theses cemeteries are less than 1/2 miles apart. If this could be the one you are looking for just let me know and I will post the pictures on his memorial.