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Candy Mink Cemetery
aka Mink Cemetery
Cherry Tree, Adair County, Oklahoma

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Submitted by: Martha Real

2006 by: Martha Jones-McGinnis-Real
 
This cemetery is located south of Stilwell Oklahoma on highway 59 about 5 miles south of Stilwell, turn left on Bell/Salem road, go about 2 miles where the Bell/Salem Road curves left and the Landfill road goes straight south. The cemetery is on the right inside a fenced pasture with a locked gate. I got permission from the current owner to go in and document this cemetery. The current owners have fenced the cemetery off from the pasture to keep the livestock out of the cemetery. This cemetery is very old and only has four inscribed headstones but has a lot of stone/rock marked graves.
I found no inscribed stone for Candy Mink, but found his Certificate of Death. The cold spring located there and the new paved road is named for him. I have found several Certificate of Death for people buried in this cemetery, most are the Mink family.
 
Note: The 1920 Adair County OK, Lees Creek Township census list Candy Mink as age 69 years old, wd, born in North Carolina, his household consist of his son-in-law Felix Pritchett, daughter Linda Pritchett (listed as Lydia on the death certificate, grandchildren, Carolina and Ollie Pritchett.
 
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: Every effort has been made to transcribe this information accurately. These records MAY CONTAIN ERRORS. Any corrections and/or additions are appreciated. As with any genealogy information, this is a source and should be considered as such. It is up to the researcher to verify the accuracy.
 
SURNAME FIRST MI

BIRTH

DEATH

OTHER

Doublehead Martha (Mink) 3/19/1886 7/11/1918 D of Candy Mink & Sallie Sam
Death Certificate
Hand Tom 1885 1/26/1919 Death Certificate
Mink Alay 1893/1894 2/8/1911 death certificates states age 17,
Note; There was a headstone for Ellie Mink who died February 7, 1911 she would have been only 11 years. This could still be the same person.
Death Certificate
Mink Candy 1845 4/11/1924 H of Sallie (Sam) Mink,
Death Certificate
Mink E. A. B. Age 12 yrs no date photo
Mink Ellie 1/20/1900 2/7/1911 photo
Mink Jone Age 7 yrs no date photo
Mink Lizzie 1892 1909 Listed in a survey taken in 1977, stone is not there now.
Mink Lucy abt 1891 12/8/1909 Age 18 years
Death Certificate
Mink Sallie (Sam) 10/10/1857 10/8/1910 W of Candy Mink"
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Death Certificate
Pritchett Lydia (Mink) 11/16/1894 4/1/1920 D of Candy Mink and Sallie (Sam) Mink
Death Certificate
Pritchett Ollie no date 2/21/1920 D of Felix and Lydia (Mink) Pritchett
Death Certificate
Sawney Maud A "Mandy" (Mink) 4/8/1898 4/9/1924 D of Candy and Sallie (Sam) Mink
Death Certificate

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