James CANTWELL married (1) Mary Ann KILROY and (2) Bridget Ellen BENSON
James CANTWELL born 7 Oct 1854 Dagworth, NSW Australia to parents: Patrick CANTWELL 1827-1875 and Suzannah MCCROHON 1836-1918.
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He was the eldest brother of my great grandfather Lawrence Martin CANTWELL.
Birth: NSW BDM Birth Registration No. V18542225 71/1854 Parents names: Patrick & Susan CANTWELL
Death: NSW BDM Death Registration No. 18775/1923 Parents names: Patrick & Susana CANTWELL
Religion: Roman Catholic. Occupation: Labourer
Information source: Rootsweb World Connect Project - Johnstone Family Tree
James CANTWELL was baptised at West Maitland, NSW, Australia on 22 October 1854. His parents were Patrick CANTWELL and Susan MACROON (sic) of Dagworth, NSW, Australia. The baptism was performed by J.T. LYNCH, Roman Catholic. James CANTWELL was 64 years of age at the time of the death of his mother Susannah McCROHON on 24 November 1918. James CANTWELL died at 20 Denison Street, Hamilton, NSW, Australia on 3 October 1923. He was a labourer, aged 68 years. The cause of death was given as pneumonia and heart failure after an illness lasting four days. Death was certified by Dr Wick [?] Bourke, who saw James CANTWELL on the day of his death. The informant was J.L. Cantwell, son, of Hamilton, NSW, Australia. James CANTWELL's parents were Patrick CANTWELL, farmer, and Susana McCROHAN [sic].
James CANTWELL was born at Dagworth, NSW, Australia. When he was 21 years of age, he married Mary Ann KILROY at Branxton, NSW, Australia. They had three children, two females who died before his death, and a son, Patrick, who was 42 when James CANTWELL died.
When he was 30 years of age, James CANTWELL married Bridget Ellen BENSON at Singleton, NSW, Australia. They had seven children, all living at the time of his death. They were: Thomas (37 years), James (35), Bridget M (33), Catherine (29), Emily J (27), John L (24) and Alice A (21). James CANTWELL was buried at Sandgate Roman Catholic Cemetery on 4 october, 1923. The undertaker was Thomas Moore, the priest was J. MARSHALL (Roman Catholic) and witnesses were John HEUCHAN and A.J. BUCK.