Person:John Cantrell (9)

John Henry Cantrell, Esq.
m. 31 JAN 1860
  1. John Henry Cantrell, Esq.1861 - 1932
  2. Thomas Marion CANTRELL
  3. Jacob Lee CANTRELL1865 -
m. 9 Jan 1908
Facts and Events
Name[1][4] John Henry Cantrell, Esq.
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 Jul 1861 McMinn, Tennessee, United States
Education[2] 1885 Tennessee, United Statesage 24 - University of Tennessee
Education[2] 1887 Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United Statesage 26 - admitted to the bar
Marriage 9 Jan 1908 Brooklyn, Kings, New York, United Statesto Louie Cantrill Christie
Death[3] 18 Oct 1932 Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United Statesage 71 - died at home
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 John H. Cantrell, in Tennessee the Volunteer State 1769–1923: Volume 3.

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    ... John H. Cantrell, well known member of the Chattanooga bar, where he has engaged in the practice of civil law since 1887, was born July 20, 1861, at Cantrell's Cross Roads in McMinn county, Tennessee. His father, Thomas Washington Cantrell, was also a native of the same locality and there resided until 1870, when he removed to Williamson county, Illinois, where he passed away the following year. ...

  2. 2.0 2.1 John H. Cantrell, in Hale, Will Thomas, and Dixon Lanier Merritt. A history of Tennessee and Tennesseans: the leaders and representative men in commerce, industry and modern activities. (1913)
    Vol 7.

    p 1994 -
    JOHN H. CANTRELL is engaged in the active and successful practice of his profession in the city of Chattanooga, his offices being maintained in the Hamilton National Bank building. Mr. Cantrell was born in McMinn county, this state, and is a son of Thomas W. Cantrell, now deceased. He gained his prelininary education in the public schools of his native county and finally was matriculated in the University of Tennessee, in which he was graduated as a member of the class of 1885. He read law under the able preceptorship of Judge James B. Cooke, who was at that thime serving on the bench of the supreme court of Tennessee, and in 1887 he was admitted to the bar, at Chattanooga, in which city he has since continued in the active work of his profession. He gives his attention entirely to civil business. He is associated in practice with Walter B. Garvin, under the firm name of Garvin & Cantrell, and this is one of the representative law firms of Hamilton county. Mr. Cantrell is a member of the Chattanooga Bar & Law Library Association, and also of the american Bar Association. In 1895 Mr. Cantrell was elected city attorney, and, by re-election in 1897, he served two terms in this office, the affairs of which he administered with marked discrimination and ability. He has been for many years a member of the board of directors of the Chattanooga Public Library, and in 1898-9 he served as a member of the Chattanooga Park Commission. He is a director of the Hamilton National Bank and a number of other important corporations in his home city. Mr. Cantrell takes a lively interest in all that touches community welfare. He is a member of the Commercial Club of Chattanooga, and the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. His home is located at 521 Vine street, in the center of one of the most desirable residence sections of the city. He was married to Miss Louie Christie, daughter of Harlan Page and Susan C. Christie of Brooklyn, New York, in January, 1908.

  3. John H. Cantrell, in 11 Tennessee Law Rev. 38 (1932-1933) , Bar Association Section: Notes and Personals.

    p 38 - CHATTANOOGA BAR. John H. Cantrell, one of the leading attorneys of the Chattanooga Bar, died at his home in Chattanooga on the morning of October 18, 1932. Mr. Cantrell was actively engaged in the practice of law for over forty years. He was also very active in civic matters, being a trustee of the Chattanooga Public Library and prime mover in the Chattanooga Business League. He was president of the Chattanooga Bar Association in 1925-1926. The death of Mr. Cantrell is mourned by his large host of friends from all parts of the state.

  4. John Henry Cantrell, in University of Tennessee, Knoxville. University of Tennessee Record
    Vol 1, 1898.

    p 162 -
    ... JOHN HENRY CANTRELL, b. 1861, McMinn county, Tenn.; 1881 1885; Ph. B. City Attorney Chattanooga two terms. Lawyer Chattanooga, Tenn.
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    [This record sources his middle name.]

  5.   John H Cantrell, in Unknown Book.

    [my apologies... I have these notes transcribed, but the name of the original source is missing. Any help in identifying it is most appreciated. - cos1776]
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    1146. JOHN H. CANTRELL (Thomas W., Jacob, Thomas, John, Joseph, Richard) was born in McMinn county, Tenn. Married Louie Christie, only daughter of Harlan Page and Susan C. Christie, at Brooklyn, N.Y., Jan. 9, 1908. He graduated from the University of Tennessee in the class of 1885. Studied law in the office of Judge James Burch Cooke and was admitted to the Bar in 1887. He is a prominent and successful lawyer of Chattanooga, Tenn., where he is identified with many public institutions. Without solicitation on his part he was elected to the office of city attorney, which position he filled very acceptably for two terms. He modestly disclaims any special power as a writer, but his friends assert that articles emanating from his pen have materially assisted in improving both city ordinances and laws for better government in the state. He was secretary of the Cantrell Reunion Committee, and was unanimously elected president of the Cantrell Family Association, which was organized at the meeting held Sept. 5, 1907, at the Jamestown Exposition.