Cantwell, Christina d. 25 May 1956 90 yrs. R 145 S 205
Cantwell, Christina. On Friday, May 25, 1956, Christina Cantwell, beloved mother of Richard Clinton, John Enoch, James Walter Cantwell of Cleveland, Ohio, and Irene Estelle Tanner. Friends may call at the Robert A. Mattingly Funeral Home, 131 11th st. s.e., where services will be held on Monday, May 28, at 2 p.m. Relatves and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemtery.
  Cantwell, Elsie Cecilia d. 29 Jan 1964 55 yrs. R 134 S 176
Cantwell, Elsie Ferris. On Wednesday, January 29, 1964, Elsie Ferris Cantwell, beloved wife of the late Michael J. Cantwell and mother of Ralph J Cantwell. Friends may call at the Robert A. Mattingly Funeral Home, 131 11th st. se (parking facilities), until Saturday, February 1, at 9:30 a.m. Requiem Mass at St. Dominics Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery.
  Cantwell, Enoch J. (Sr.) d. 25 Jun 1926 87 yrs. R 72 S 180
Cantwell. Friday morning, June 25, 1926, Enoch James Cantwell, aged 87, beloved husband of Mrs. Sarah A. Cantwell and father of Enoch J. and George B. Cantwell. Funeral Monday, June 28 at 2 p.m. from his late residence, 1106 Maryland ave. Interment Congressional Cemetery. (Elkton and Philadelphia papers please copy).

  Cantwell, George Bird d. 22 Oct 1941 77 yrs. R 127 S 219
Cantwell, George Bird. On Wednesday, October 22, 1941, at the residence of his niece, Mrs. J.E. Tanner, 3144 M place s.e., George Bird Cantwell, of 502 Maryland ave. sw., aged 77 years, son of the late Enoch J. and Sarah Cantwell. Remains resting in the chapel of P.A. Taltavull, 436 7th st. s.w. Funeral from the Epiphany Chapel, 12th and C sts. S.w., on Saturday, October 25, at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Congressional Cemetery.

Cantwell, G.B. The officers and members of Star Spangled Banner Council, No. 8, Jr.O.U.AM., are requested to attend the funeral services of our late brother, G.B. Cantwell, to be held Friday night, October 24, 1941, at 8:30 p.m., at P.A. Taltavull's funeral parlors, 436 7th st. s.w.
     Geo. P. Barnes, Recording Secretary
  Cantwell, Georgie May d. 21 Sep 1907 24 yrs. 11 mos. 14 days R 145 S 207
Cantwell. On Saturday, September 21, 1907, at 7:45 p.m., after a brief illness, Georgie May Cantwell, nee Guillott, beloved wife of Clinton Cantwell.
     Rest on, dear Georgie; thy labor is o'er;
     Thy willing hands are folded, to toil no more.
     Asleep in Jesus, peaceful rest,
     Whose waking is supremely blest.
     No fear, no woe shall dim the hour
     That manifests the Savior's power.
Funeral Tuesday, Sepember 24, at 2 p.m., from her late residence, 8 Raleigh street, Congress Heights, D.C., thence to Congress Heighs M.E. Church. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
  Cantwell, John O. d. 11 Mar 1897 35 yrs. R 96 S 341
Cantwell. On Thursday, March 11, 1897, at 4 o'clock p.m., John O. Cantwell, beloved husband of Stella Cantwell, and son of E.J. and the late Sarah A. Cantwell, in the 36th year of his age.
     Gone from earth, yes, gone forever;
     Tear-dimmed eyes shall gaze in vain.
     We shall hear his voice, oh, never,
     Never more on earth again.
          By His Wife

     Home is said, oh, God, how dreary;
     Lonesome, lonesome, every spot.
     Listening for his voice till weary,
     Weary, for we hear him not.
          By His Father and Brothers
Funeral from 1211 D street southwest on Saturday, March 13, at 2 p.m. (Elkton papers please copy).
  Cantwell, Margaret Dela Cloud d. 21 Jul 1887 19 yrs. 10 mos. 12 days R 96 S 340
Cantwell. Margret Dela Cloud, eldest and beloved daughter of E.J. and S.A. Cantwell, departed this life, after a short and painful illness, Thursday, July 21, 1887, at 5:28 o'clock p.m., aged 19 years 10 months and 12 days.
     The morning was b right, and balmy the air,
     And yet our household was dark,
     For the phantom of death had entered in
     To quench life's flickering spark.

     And Dela lay there with her dark brown hair
     And blue eyes hollow and dim,
     So patient she was, nor uttered a moan,
     Nor shrank from the phantom grim.

     Sleep on dear sister, and take thy rest;
     God called thee home, He thought best,
     From sin and sorrow;
     Yet free, may we all prepare to follow thee.
          By Her Parents
Funeral services Sunday, July 24, 3 o'clock p.m., from Ryland Chapel, corner Tenth and D streets, South Washington. Friends and relatives invited to attend (Frederick and Elkton, Cecil County, Md., papers please copy).
  Cantwell, Mary D. d. 10 Apr 1905 17 yrs. 6 mos. R 145 S 204
Cantwell. Departed this life at 6:55 o'clock on April 10, 1905, Mary Della Cantwell, beloved daughter of Enoch J. and Christina Cantwell in the 18th year of her age.
     Thy gentle spirit gone, in the ve of her days
     To join the angel throng in never-ending praise
     Farewell darling daughter, we hope again to meet
     Around the blood-washed throne at the dear Redeemer's feet.
          By Her Parents
Funeral from her parents residence, 724 7th street southwest, Thursday, April 13 at 2 o'clock, thence to Epiphany Chapel, corner 12th and C street southwest. Friends and relatives invited to attend.
  Cantwell, Sarah A. d. 7 Oct 1896 60 yrs. R 96 S 340
Cantwell. Departed this life October 7, 1896, at her home, 1211 D street southwest, Sara A. Cantwell, beloved wife of E.J. Cantwell, in her 61st year.
     Weep not for her though death has set
     His signel on her now.
     And though the dw of death has wet
     That pure and snowy brow.

     'Tis better thus to see her lie
     In calm unbroken rest
     Than hear her breathe that troubled sigh
     And mark he, heaving breast.
          "None knew her but to lover her."
               By Husband and Sons
Funeral from the Epiphany Mission, 12th and C streets southwest, at 3 o'clock p.m., Friday, October 9 (Elkton, Md., papers please copy).
  Cantwell, William C.C. d. 12 May 1902 31 yrs. R 143 S 216
Cantwell. On Monday, May 12, 1902 at 12:05 a.m., William C.C. Cantwell, beloved husband of Emma S. Cantwell (nee Knight) and son of E.J. Cantwell and the late Sarah A. Cantwell, in the thirty-first year of his age.
     In this dark world of sin and pain
     We only meet to part again;
     But when we reach the heavenly shore
     We there shall meet to part no more,
     The hope that we shall see that day
     Should chase our present griefs away.
          By His Wife
Funeral from his brother's residence, E.J.C. Cantwell, 724 7th street southwest on Wednesday, May 14, at 2 p.m. (Elkton, Md. papers please copy)