|Martha (Mink) Doublehead|
Certificate of Death
|Submitted by: Martha Real
Martha (Mink) Doublehead
March 19, 1886 - July 11, 1918
Certificate of Death
Oklahoma State Board of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Martha (Mink) Doublehead was born on March 19, 1886 in Indian Territories to Candy Mink and Sallie (Sam) Mink.
Martha died on July 11, 1918. Cause of death listed was pulmonary tuberculosis with Dr. D. P. Chambers M.D., giving medical report. Dr. Chambers states he attended the deceased from July 10, 1918 and saw her alive on July 10, 1918 and death occurred on the date stated at 7: a.m. She was a housewife and married.
Martha's mother preceded her in death on October 8, 1910.
Known survivors include, her Father, Candy Mink, two sisters: Lydia (Mink) Pritchett and Maude A. (Mink) Sawney.
The Death Certificate states she was married and an Indian. 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 J. F. Roberts, Roberts Funeral Home of Stilwell.
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