You should check the Missouri Secretary of State website (Robin Carnahan) for Pre-1910 Births/Stillbirths and Deaths. They also list Deaths from 1910 to 1955 and you can print off a copy for ancestors with dates to 1925. As the transcriptions of Death Certificates for 1926, 1927 etc become available, these will be on line at a later date. I did find a Death Certificate for a William A. Hunt in Jasper County but his wife was not Lulu. There were about 3-4 choices.
I typed in Hunt for Lawrence County and came upon 2 Male children born 1883 and 1885. IF your Eva Hunt was born in 1913 then her father could well have been 20 yrs of age at the time of her birth(?).
A 6th Male was born to a William Hunt & Spouse and J C Hunt (36) and his wife (32) in Halltown of Lawrence Co..
This website is a wonderful place to locate the number of births born to Wives (and their maiden names) and lists birthplaces of the parents along with the township and doctor's name and address.
Cut and paste the below URL into your Browser!
Hope this helps!
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