Certificate of Death
|Submitted by: Martha Real
Born; unknown - April 11, 1924
Certificate of Death
Oklahoma State Board of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Candy Mink died on April 11, 1924 at age 79 years old. He was a farmer. Cause of death was pneumonia, D. P. Chambers, M.D., was the medical doctor. Place of death was Adair County, Lees Creek Township. He was born in North Carolina to Jack Mink and unknown mother.
Candy Mink was widowed at the time of death. His wife was Sallie (Sam) Mink who preceded him in death on October 8, 1910. (Ref; headstone).
Candy had several children who preceded him in death, daughters: Maud A. (Mink) Sawney who died on April 9, 1924 with Candy Mink, her father, giving the information, then he died 2 days later. Lydia (Mink) Pritchett died on April 1, 1920, Martha (Mink) Doublehead died on July 11, 1918, grandchild: Ollie Pritchett died on February 21, 1920.
William Ross was the informant for Candy Mink's death certificate. William Ross listed Candy Mink as being born in Oklahoma, but on the death certificates for Lydia Pritchett, Candy Mink the informant, listed himself as father being born in N. Carolina,
and mother, Sallie Sam being born in N. Carolina, (1920 census list Candy as being born in N. Carolina). He was buried in the Family (Mink) Cemetery. Undertaker was Roberts & Reed Funeral Home of Stilwell.
Note from the author: I do not know how many children Candy Mink had, I can only find the one census on him. The death certificates and headstones is all the information I have.
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