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Maud A. (Mink) Sawney
Certificate of Death
Submitted by: Martha Real


Maud A. (Mink) Sawney
April 8, 1898 - April 9, 1924
Certificate of Death
Oklahoma State Board of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Maud A. Mink Sawney was born on April 8, 1898 in Oklahoma (Indian Ter) to Candy Mink and Sallie (Sam) Mink, she died on April 9, 1924. Cause of death listed was tuberculosis with Dr. D. P. Chambers M.D., giving medical report.
Maud's mother preceded her in death on October 8, 1910, two known sisters: Martha Mink Doublehead died on July 11, 1918, Lydia Mink Pritchett died on April 1, 1920 and one neice, Ollie Pritchett did on February 21, 1920.
Her Father, Candy Mink followed her in death two days later, on April 11, 1924
Maud was married, (unknown husband was not listed on the death certificate), and a cherokee. Candy Mink, her father was the informant. She was buried in the family (Mink) cemetery.
Undertaker was Roberts and Reed Funeral Home of Stilwell.
Note: Her name could be Mauda instead of Maud A.


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