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Daniel Grant Suiter
© Blackwell OK Journal-Tribune
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

November 24, 1865 - August 9, 1935

Daniel Grant Suiter, was born November 24, 1865, near Pana, Christian County, Illinois. Departed this life August 9, 1935, at his home near Blackwell, after a lingering illness of nearly 2 years. When a young man, he came to College County, Kansas. He was united in marriage to Mary Bessie Waugh, of Arkansas, May 31, 1898. Unto this union three children were born: Mrs. Calla Gibson of Canton, Kansas; Rolland of Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and Raymond of Buhler, Kansas. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Charles Mealy and Mrs. Anna Maxwell of Ohio. Also 10 grandchildren.

Mr. Suiter made the race into the Strip, but failed to get a claim, but in 1895 moved to a farm southwest of Blackwell where he resided until 1895, when he secured, and moved to the farm which has been the home until his demise.

Mr. Suiter became a Christian and united with the Richland Methodist Church when he was about 45 years of age. He was a kind father, a loving husband, and a good neighbor, and was greatly respected and honored by those many friends who knew him, and will be greatly missed by his dear ones and many friends.

Funeral services were conducted from the Methodist Church of Blackwell, Oklahoma, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, August 11, 1935 by Rev. Z. A. Harris. Interment at the I00F Cemetery.

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