Elizabeth Bellows Cantwell. New York Times, May 29, 1938 Born: c. 1906

Died: June 12, 1975

Married: Paul M. Cantwell


Elizabeth Bellows Cantwell taught at Saranac Lake High School, and was a librarian at Paul Smith's College. She was the daughter of Elbert E. Bellows.

New York Times, May 29, 1938


Saranac Lake Girl to Become the Bride of Paul Munger Cantwell of Malone


Ceremony Will Take Place a the Adirondack Resort— She Is Vassar Alumna

Special to The New York Times.

SARANAC LAKE, N. Y., May 28.—Mr. and Mrs. Elbert E. Bellow of this place have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Mae Bellows, to Paul Munger Cantwell, son of Mrs. John Mile[s?] Cantwell of Malone, N. Y., and the late Judge Cantwell. The wedding will take place here on July 30.

Miss Bellows was graduated from Vassar College in 1932 and also did graduate work at the New York State College for Teachers in Albany. She is now on the faculty of the Saranac Lake High School and was at one time on the staff of Franklin Academy in Malone, N. Y.

Mr. Cantwell was graduated from Union College in 1931 and from the Law School of Harvard University. He is a member of the law firm of Cantwell & Cantwell in Malone, N. Y.

Adirondack Daily Enterprise, June 13, 1975

Elisabeth Cantwell

MALONE - Elisabeth Bellows Cantwell, 66, of Malone died Thursday morning at the Alice Hyde Hospital of Malone. Mrs. Cantwell was the wife of the former Malone attorney Paul M. Cantwell, who died Oct. 25, 1972. At one time she was librarian at Paul Smith's College.

Mrs. Cantwell, known as "Sally" was born in New York City the daughter of Margaret Borroff and Elbert E. Bellows.

Her family moved to Saranac Lake when she was a girl where her father operated the Grey-Bellows Motor Co. dealers in Franklin cars and White trucks. In 1915 Mr. Bellows organised the Adirondack Motor Bus Co., one of the first bus companies.

Mrs. Cantwell attended Saranac Lake public schools and obtained her A. B. degree at Vassar College. Prior to her marriage she taught in the Saranac Lake school system and at the Franklin Academy in Malone.