Many thanks to Sally Cantwell
Basting for sharing her great family memorabilia with us.
People familiar with Shawano history will recognize the
Cantwell, as well as the Hayter surname. I remember our
family having been patients of two generations of Dr. Cantwell's
and the Cantwell-Peterson Clinic on East Green Bay Street.
Thanks again Sally for the
great photos & documentation. If you have information you
would like to share on the Hayter and Cantwell lines, just
it in and we'll post it. Thanks!
Roger Cantwell, Arthur Cantwell, William Hamilton Cantwell, and
Marker (Woodlawn Cemetery)
Alice Davis Cantwell (1905 - 1994) (Woodlawn Cemetery)
Arthur Allen Cantwell Sr., MD. (1899 - 1970)
Arthur Allen Cantwell, Jr., MD. (1936 - 2003)
Hayter (d. May 29, 1882) - child of H & R. E. Hayter
Hayter (d. May 17, 1882) - child of H & R. E. Hayter
Hayter (d. Feb 20, 1888) - wife of H. C. Hayter
Hayter (Nov 30, 1826 - Nov 2?, 1909) (Woodlawn
Hayter (Mar 26?, 1843 - Feb ?, 1920) (Woodlawn
Cantwell Family Marker--10 plots
Cantwell MD, 1858-1938 Country doctor for over 50
Born in Milwaukee, WI of Rodger and Mary McDonald
Section A, lot 41, C65W4 (photo)
Harriet Hayter Cantwell,
Pioneer family--3rd graduating class of SHS
William H. Cantwell,
July 21 1894-May 25 1961, WWI vet: Pvt veterinary
School Board President
Bess Burns Cantwell,
wife of WHC Jr. , born Viola, WI. 24 Jan 1898-21 Dec
organist Methodist Church for 30 yrs, active in local
and state Women's Clubs,
A 41S. 4 ft
Alice Harriet Cantwell
Bowler, Jul 31, 1925-Feb 3, 2006 daughter of Bill &
Roger Clifton Cantwell,
M.D., 1896-1973. A-41-N 1 gr NW2
Internist at Cantwell-Peterson Clinic for over 50 yrs.
Cora Ayer Cantwell, wife
of Roger, 29 Jun1894 -14 Oct 1980,
born: Nebraska, A-41-CGN 4' Wrote "Our Family--and
How It Grew" in 1960 about the Cantwell, Hayter, Ayer,
Lee families, our first genealogy.
Roger C. Cantwell Jr. 17
Jun 1923-Ap 23 1997 Journalist, WI State Journal,
sports and city editor. WWII veteran Battle of the
Cantwell, Rog Jr's wife (living)
Richard Lee Cantwell, 21
Jun 1925-12 Oct 1954 WWII veteran, Hospital Ship.
Dick was killed in a plane crash in the Milwaukee
Lot 270 N Hill:
Mary Cantwell Shanahan: 1846-17 Apr 1878
Cornelius Shanahan, son of CM Shanahan 20 Jun 1875-14
died of scarlet fever a month before his mother.
Cornelius Shanahan, Sr. 1835-21 Aug 1910
Lot 244 N Hill:
Mary Shanahan Dodge: 26 Sept 1872-21 May 1937
Lorenzo Dodge: 15 Mar 1873-2 Mar 1932
Mary Julia Dodge: 18 Oct 1905-4 Sept
Lot 224 N Hill:
Hill:5 Sep1856-8 Feb 1942
(Jennie) Cantwell Hill:30 Mar 1856-20 Dec 1933
Allen CANTWELL Jr. (1936 - 2003)
Green Bay Press Gazette
July 3, 2003
Cantwell, Arthur Allen Jr., M.D.
Arthur Allen Cantwell, Jr., M.D., age 67 of Shawano died
on Tuesday, July 1, 2003 at his home. Born on January 8,
1936 in Shawano he was the son of the late Arthur A. and
Alice (Davis) Cantwell, Sr., M.D. He graduated from
Shawano High School in 1954, from the University of
Wisconsin, Madison with a B.S. degree and from
Northwestern Medical School, Chicago with his M.D. degree
in 1961. He served his internship at Cook County Hospital,
Chicago in 1962. He served in the U.S. Air Force from
1962-1964 as a Flight Surgeon. He surved his surgical
residency at Santa Barbara, Calif., Cottage-County
Hospitals from 1964 to 1968. He began his 30 year surgical
practice in Shawano in 1968, practicing with his father
and uncle and following in the footsteps of his
grandfather as a third generation Shawano physician. He
was a devoted and loving husband and father. He was very
dedicated to his patients and his practice. He loved the
community of Shawano and the outdoors and valued family
and friends. He will be dearly missed. He married Carol
Anne Gagnon on January 20, 1962, in Skokie, Ill. He was a
member of the First Presbyterian Church, Shawano, the
Shawano Rotary Club, Fellow American College of Surgeons,
the Shawano Medical Center Foundation, Shawano Park and
Recreation Board, and the Shawano Medical Center Board.
Survivors include: his wife, Carol, 2 daughters; Lisa Anne
Cantwell of Milwaukee, Cathleen Alice (George) Kanellos of
Indianapolis, Ind., a son, Arthur Allen Cantwell Ill. of
Chicago; 2 brothers, William (Cassy) Cantwell Ill. of
Shawano, John (Marilyn) Cantwell, M.D., of Atlanta, a
sister, Sally (Tom) Basting of Madison, his mother-in-law,
Anne Gagnon of Coudersport, Penn.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July
5, 2003, at the First Presbyterian Church, Shawano with
Rev. Susan Phillips and Rev. Len Evers officiating. Burial
will be in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the
Swedberg Funeral Home, Shawano on Friday from 4 to 6 p.m.
and at the church on Saturday from 9 a.m. until the time
of the services.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be given to the
Presbyterian Church, Shawano Community Hospital Foundation
or the Shawano Recreation Center in memory of Arthur A.
Cantwell, Jr., M.D.
SHAWANO COUNTY ADVOCATE
Tuesday, Nov. 30, 1909
HENRY HAYTER DIED SUNDAY MORNING WAS ONE OF SHAWANO'S
HIGHLY RESPECTED CITIZENS.WAS VETERAN OF CIVIL WAR
While the death of Henry Hayter has been expected the past
two months, the announcement of his death early Sunday
morning was a shock to his many friends through out the
city. He has been sick for the past three months and
gradually failing and the end came peacefully Sunday
morning at 2:15.
Henry Hayter was born in England, Nov. 30th, 1826, and
came to this country when 3 years old, with his parents,
who settled in Hartford, Conn., and would have been 83
years of age today, the day that he is laid away to rest.
When he was a small boy his parents moved to Pontiac,
Mich., where he resided a few years and when a young man
moved to Detroit, where he worked for a number of years
for a firm, buying furs. He came to Wisconsin in the early
fifties and settled in Oshkosh. He was married in '61 to
Miss Rebecca Craig, and five children were born to them, a
son died in infancy, and two daughters died in Shawano in
1871. Only one son, H. C. Hayter, and one daughter, Mrs.
W. H. Cantwell, besides the widow, are left to mourn his
departure. He also left 7 grandchildren.
Mr. Hayter enlisted during the early part of the Civil War
and was sergeant of Co. B 3rd Wis. Vol. and was severely
injured by being blown up at Harper's Ferry. He never
fully recovered from his injuries. He came to Shawano in
the early seventies and for a number of years drove stage
and carried the mail between Shawano and Langlade. He was
mayor of Shawano for two terms, the first time being 26
years ago. On July 16, 1875, Mr. Hayter joined the Odd
Fellows lodge of this city and was an active member for
many years and always took a deep interest in the order.
The lodge will have charge of the funeral this afternoon,
and Rev. McGreaham, pastor of the Presbyterian church will
deliver the sermon. The deceased was one of Shawano's
highly respected citizens. He was ever faithful in all his
trusts and always had a good word to say to all. By his
pleasant manner he won his way into the hearts of hundreds
of friends who will regret to learn of his death. He
passed the three score and ten and has gone to his home above. The friends of the
family sympathize with them in their loss. The funeral
will be at the house at 2:00 and interment in the city
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