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Lydia (Mink) Pritchett
Certificate of Death
Submitted by: Martha Real


Lydia (Mink) Pritchett
November 16, 1894 - April 1, 1920
Certificate of Death
Oklahoma State Board of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Lydia (Mink) Pritchett was born on November 16, 1894 in Indian Territories to Candy Mink and Sallie (Sam) Mink, she died on April 1, 1920. Cause of death listed was tuberculosis of lungs with Dr. J. A. Patton M.D., giving medical report. She was a housewife and married.
Lydia's mother preceded her in death on October 8, 1910, one known sisters: Martha Mink Doublehead died on July 11, 1918, one known daughter: Ollie Pritchett died on February 21, 1920.
Her Father, Candy Mink followed her in death on April 11, 1924 and one known sister, Maud A. (Mink) Sawney died on April 9, 1924.
Lydia was married, (ref; 1920 census) her husband was Felix Pritchett, 1920 census list another daughter, Carolina Pritchett age 4 years 11 mo, she would have been 5 years old at the time of her mothers death, if she survived. Candy Mink, her father, was the informant. Her father, Candy Mink was born in N. Carolina and her mother, Sallie Sam was born in N. Carolina. She was buried in the Mink Family cemetery.
Undertaker was Roberts & Reed Funeral Home of Stilwell.
Note: She was listed as Linda in the 1920 census.


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