Edwin C. Nutt © The Times-Record, Blackwell, OK 04-07-1921 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
October 27, 1867 - March 31, 1921
Edwin C. Nutt was born October 27, 1867, in Champaign County, Illinois, and at the age of five years he moved with his parents to McLean County Illinois County where he resided until 1905, when he moved to Oklahoma. He lived here until his death which occurred at Blackwell on March 31, 1921, at the age of 53 years, five months and four days.
In April, 1898, he enlisted in the Spanish-American War, serving until it's close.
On January 20, 1903, he was united in marriage to Daisy Phinney.
Besides a wife, father and mother he leaves to mourn his loss Mrs. Oscar Fuller, California, Mrs. Joe Blagden, Mrs. E. C. Fey, both of Blackwell, Mrs. R. D. Walters of Yale, Oklahoma, L. D. Of Golden City, Missouri, O. F., Of Sugar City, Colorado, and D. G. Of Lindsburg, Kansas.
The funeral was held from the Christian church, Sunday, April 30, conducted by Rev. Ogle and he was laid to rest in the I00F Cemetery south of town.
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