Dale Evans

Dale Evans

12 October 1999 - Underwent heart surgery to replace a pacemaker battery.

Godmother of Robbie Lee.

Her horse's name was Buttermilk. Wrote the song, "Happy Trails", which became her and Roy Rogers' theme song.

Hospitalised in October 1999 with heart problems.

Inducted (with her husband Roy Rogers) into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1976.

On September 22 1996, Dale Evans was presented the Women in Film/Dallas' Legacy Award at the 10th Annual Topaz Awards in Dallas. The award was accepted by her daughter, Cheryl Rogers-Barnett.

She and husband Roy Rogers are the adoptive parents of Little Doe Rogers.

She was awarded 2 Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Radio at 6638 Hollywood Boulevard and for Television at 1737 Vine Street in Hollywood, California.

Stepmother of Cheryl Rogers, Roy Rogers Jr. and Linda Rogers.

When she sent for a copy of her birth certificate in 1954, which she needed to get a passport, it read that her birth name was Lucille Wood Smith and that her birthday was Oct 30, 1912. However, her mother swears that they made a mistake and that her name was Frances Octavia Smith, with a birthdate of October 31, 1912.

Wrote the spiritual, "The Bible Tells Me So.".