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The Pulaski (TN) Citizen, Wednesday, January 20, 1937 (*researched by Ruth Hasten Walsh)
On Jan. 8th just before the dawn of morning (January 9) light the death angel was winding its way through the portals of Pulaski Hospital, to bear on the wings of mercy the dear little spirit of Dorothy Lou Daniel, the darling little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Daniel.
Little Dallie, as she was known by friends and loved ones, was two years and eleven months old. The lonely parents carried their precious darling for an operation three weeks before her death. At first after her operation she was thought to be getting along well, but relapsed.
She leaves to mourn her passing her parents; four sisters, Elizabeth, Fannie, Bertha and baby sister, Mildred Jean; two brothers, Morris and Mitchell; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Woodard of near Lynnville and a host of friends and relatives.
She was laid to rest in Lynnwood Cemetery Saturday (sic - Sunday, December 10).

Information sent by Mary Bob McClain Richardson from death records 28 Aug 2011.