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Ollie Pritchett
Certificate of Death
Submitted by: Martha Real


Ollie Pritchett
1919 - February 21, 1920
Certificate of Death
Oklahoma State Board of Health
Bureau of Vital Statistics
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Ollie Pritchett died on February 21, 1920 at age 1 year and 4 months, she was born October or November 1919 in Oklahoma to Felix and Lydia (Mink) Pritchett. Cause of death listed was pneumonia but no doctor saw the child. Dr. J. A. Patton M.D., giving medical report.
Ollie's mother followed her in death on April 1, 1920. Her maternal grandmother, Sallie (Sam) Mink preceded her in death on October 8, 1910.
She had one known sister, (ref; 1920 census) Carolina Pritchett.
Candy Mink, her maternal grandfather was the informant.
She was buried in the Family (Mink) Cemetery. Undertaker was Roberts & Reed Funeral Home of Stilwell.
Note; Mother's name is spelled Lindy in this report.


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