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John M. Cochran ("John Cochran") born March 30, 1848 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, married Maiden Foster (“Maden Ann Foster” & “Maden Foster”), and died January 29, 1925. Maiden Foster was born about 1845 and died about 1928. (NOTE: Maden Ann Foster Cavender (“Maden Cavender”, “M.A.F. Cavender”, “M.A. Cavender” & “Foster Cavender”) married John Cochran on July 22, 1866 in Lumpkin County, Georgia.;

Lucretia Cochran ("Lou Cochran") born in Lumpkin County, Georgia;

Louvicia Vice Cochran ("Louvica Cochran"?, “Vice Cochran” & "Louvicie Cochran") born in Lumpkin County, Georgia, and married a Davis;

George Cochran born in Lumpkin County, Georgia;

Mary Cochran born in Lumpkin County, Georgia;

Martha Cochran born in Lumpkin County, Georgia;

Buck Cochran born in Lumpkin County, Georgia;

Fanny Cochran born in Lumpkin County, Georgia;

Nancy Cochran born in Lumpkin County, Georgia; and,

Rebecca Jane Cochran ("Rebecca Cochran") born February 3, 1855 in Lumpkin County, Georgia, married Elzy L. Garrett ("Elzy Garrett") son of John S. Garrett ("John Garrett") and Elizabeth Bennett Garrett ("Elizabeth Bennett"), died August 21, 1942, and both she and her husband are buried in Mt. Airey, Suches Baptist Church, Union County, Georgia. Elzy Garrett was born June 11, 1848 in Forsyth County, Georgia and died March 17, 1931. Elzy Garrett and Rebecca Cochran Garrett had a daughter by the name of:

Fannie Garrett who was born October 10, 1873, married Wyatt Ishamael Carder ("Wyatt Carder" & "Ish Carder") January 7, 1892 and both are buried at Pleasant Valley, Union County, Georgia. Wyatt Carder and Fanny Carder, in turn, had a daughter:

Lottie Carder who first married Edgar Cavender and later married a Carr;

(v) LOUVICA VISANN CAVENDER ("Louisa Ann Cavender", "Louvica Cavender", "Louisa Cavender", "Louvicia Cavender", "Ann Cavender" & "Vicie Cavender"), born in December 1833, probably in Union County, Georgia, and married John Davis on either April 17, 1855494 or December 17, 1855425 in Union County, Georgia with Elisha Hunt performing the ceremony. John Davis was born about 1835, probably in Union County, Georgia, and died probably in Union County, Georgia. John Davis and Louvicia Davis had 8 children:



Mary Jane Davis (“Mary Ann Davis” & "Mary Davis") born probably in Union County, Georgia, and married Joseph James Cavender (“Joseph Cavender” & “J.J. Cavender”) who was the son of William Cavender (“Bill Cavender”) and Lucretia Pierce. Her descendants are recorded under the descendants of Joseph James Cavender;

Charles A. Davis ("Charles Davis" & "Charlie Davis") born in Union County, Georgia;

George Davis ) born in Union County, Georgia

Amanda Davis ("Mandy Davis")) born in Union County, Georgia

Clemeth Davis ("Clemith Davis")) born in Union County, Georgia;

Frances Davis ("Fanny Davis")) born in Union County, Georgia;

Joseph Davis ("Joe Davis")) born in Union County, Georgia; and,

James Davis ("Jim Davis")) born in Union County, Georgia;

(vi) REBECCA CAVENDER born before 1840;

(vii) NANCY CAVENDER born about 1838, married George Washington Head ("George Head" & "Washington Head") September 6, 1853 in Union County, Georgia, and died about 1912 in Fannin County, Georgia. George Head was born in 1832. George Head and Nancy Cavender Head had 11 children:

Richard Head;

James Head ("Jim Head") born about 1857;

Ann Head;

Lucretia Head ("Cressie Head") born about 1860;

William Head ("Bill Head") born about 1862;

Louvicia Head;

John C. Head ("John Head") born June 2, 1865, married Addie Smith, died March 7, 1964, and he and his wife are buried in Mt. Pleasant, Union County, Georgia. Addie Smith was born about 1870 and died November 7, 1964;

Richard Head;

Ann Head;

Louvicia Head ("Louvicie Head" & "Vicie Head") who married a Knight; and,

Alice Head (Note that the census shows a Nancy A. Head ("Nancy Head") born in 1868 which could be either Ann Head or Alice Head);

(viii) LEVICA CAVENDER ("Luvicia Ann Cavender"493, "Levecia Cavender"? & “Louvicia Cavender”?) born either about 1842420 or about 1833493 & 494 and married John Davis on April 17, 1855 in Union County, Georgia;



(ix) JOHN MARION CAVENDER ("John Cavender", “J.M. Cavender” & “John M. Cavender”) born November 5, 1844 in Union County, Georgia, married Christina Jane White ("Christina White") on April 1, 1877, moved to Missouri/Kansas, and died May 17, 1907 in Springfield, Missouri. Christina White was born October 5, 1859 in Fannin County, Georgia, and died June 20, 1940 in Springfield, Missouri. John Cavender and Christina Cavender had 4 children:

Martha Indiana Cavender ("Martha Cavender" & “M.I. Cavender”) born March 26, 1879, and married Lee Potter who was born about 1879. Lee Potter and Martha Potter had 2 children:

Zelma Rozella Potter ("Zelma Potter") born May 15, 1903, and married Edward I. Hunter ("Edward Hunter") who was born about 1902; and,

James Marion Potter ("James Potter") born June 18, 1907;

Sarah Minerva Cavender ("Sarah Cavender" & “S.M. Cavender’) born October 30, 1880, married James Gross about 1899 in Missouri, and died October 17, 1904 in Missouri. James Gross was born about 1880, was the son of Henry Gross who was born about 1860 and a Maria who was born about 1860, and died about 1940. James Gross and Sarah Gross had 2 children:

Hazel Viola Gross ("Hazel Gross") born May 2, 1900 in Aurora, Missouri, first married Vernon Bruce Curb ("Vernon Curb") about 1920, later married James Herbert White ("James White") in December 1926, and died December 1, 1933 in Albany County, Wyoming. Vernon Curb was born about 1900, and died about 1925. James White was born on October 5, 1903 in either Rock River, Wyoming or in Arlington, Carbon County, Wyoming420, was the son of Laura Lucretia Cavender ("Laura Cavender") and grandson of George Washington Cavender ("George Cavender"), and died March 15, 1986 in either Colorado or in Lakewood, Los Angeles, California. Therefore, James White and Hazel Gross were second cousins. James White and Hazel White had 2 children:

Robert Allen White ("Robert White"); and,

Donald Eugene White ("Donald White") born on September 28, 1929 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado. For the descendants of Robert White and Donald White see the descendants listed under the line of George Washington Cavender ("George Cavender"); and,

Verna Gross born after 1902, and died about 1910. For the descendants of Verna Gross, see the descendants listed in the line of Laura Lucretia Cavender ("Laura Cavender") who was the daughter George Washington Cavender ("George Cavender");

Mary Ida Cavender (Mary Cavender" & Mary I. Cavender”) born September 14, 1882, first married Harry Hobson, later married John Doe Smith, and died after 1957. Harry Hobson was born about 1882, and died on August 25, 1974. John Doe Smith was born about 1882, and died about 1900. John Doe Smith and Mary Smith had 3 children:

Elsie Jane Smith ("Elsie Smith") born on March 27, 1905; Mary Elizabeth Smith ("Mary Smith") born on July 29, 1907, and married William H. Lenzer ("William Lenzer"); and,

June Juanita Smith ("June Smith") born June 2, 1913, and married Donald M. Lobdell ("Donald Lobdell"); and,

Eva Jane Cavender ("Eva Cavender" & "Evie Cavender") born September 13, 1885, first married Joseph Edward Roberts ("Joseph Roberts"), later married William Alexander Mattocks ("William Mattocks") about 1905, and died about 1973. William Mattocks was born about 1885. William Mattocks and Eva Mattocks had a son named:

Robert William Mattocks ("Robert Mattocks") born about 1905, and married a Heloice;

(x) JOSEPH CAVENDER ("Joe Cavender") born about either about 1842 or about 1848493 & 494; and,



(xi) JOSEPH JAMES A. CAVENDER (“Joseph A. Cavender”, "James A. Cavender", “J.J.A. Cavender”, “J.A. Cavender”, "James Cavender" & "Jim Cavender") born September 3, 1851 in Georgia, married Martha Ann Davis ("Martha Davis") on either January 28, 1875 or on January 24, 1875493 & 494 in Union County, Georgia with the ceremony being performed by Rev. Jefferson Davis, died May 15, 1908 at home in Gaddistown, Union County, Georgia by a self inflicted gunshot wound, and is buried along side his his wife and his mother and father in the family cemetery near Woody's Gap, Union County, Georgia. Martha Davis was born January 10, 1853, was the daughter of Rev. Jeff Davis, was the sister of Charles Ashbury Davis (“Charles Davis”), died January 21, 1953 at the age of 100 years and 11 days old, and is buried in the family cemetery on the family farm. A Jefferson Davis age 23 years married Gabrilla Cavender (“Gabriella Cavender”) age 19 years on December 20, 1853 in Independence County, Arkansas. FHL Number 1288645 Martha Davis told people for a long time that she would live to be 100 years old. Eleven days after she reached her goal, she walked up the stairs to her room and went to bed and died a few days later without again getting out of her bed. Charles Davis, the grandfather of Martha Davis, was the first settler and owner of the valley in which the "Mac-Glen" property of James Wilson McCallum ("James McCallum"), the great grandson of George Washington Cavender, the older brother of James Cavender. James Cavender and Martha Cavender had 5 children:

Rebecca Jane Cavender ("Rebecca Cavender", “Rebecca J. Cavender”, “R.J. Cavender” & “Rebecca Ann Cavender”?) born October 4, 1875, married Hiriam Juan Gurley ("Hiriam Gurley") on December 13, 1894 in Union County, Georgia with Justice of the Peace Mathew J. Ingram ("Mathew Ingram" & "Matthew Ingram") performing the ceremony, died February 7, 1977 in Union County, Georgia, and is buried in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Suches, Georgia. Hiriam Gurley was born on January 31, 1870, died on April 20, 1953, and is buried with his wife;

Joseph Wilson Cavender ("Joseph Cavender", “J.W. Cavender” & "Joe Cavender") born February 1, 1878, in Union County, Georgia?, married Sara Isabell Ledford ("Sara Ledford" & "Sarah Ledford"?) about 1900 in Baggs, Wyoming, and died on either September 5, 1919 or September 5, 1918426 when he was killed in action in France, at which time he had attained the rank of full Colonel. Sarah Ledford was born on June 8, 1877 in Union County, Georgia, was the daughter of Silas Ledford and Elizabeth Arminda Nee Bowling ("Arminda Bowling"), was the sister of Ida Katherine Ledford ("Ida Ledford") who was the wife of James Henry Cavender ("James Cavender" & “J.H. Cavender”), and died in February 1936 in Denver, Denver County, Colorado. Joseph Cavender grew up in Union County, Georgia and was already in Wyoming when Sally decided to go out west to visit her brother, John Ledford. Joseph Cavender was an officer in Baggs, Wyoming when he heard she was in the area and called on her and it wasn't long afterwards that they got married. Joseph Cavender and Sara Cavender ("Sarah Cavender"?) had a son named:

Joseph Wilson Cavender, Jr. ("Joseph Cavender" & “J.W. Cavender”) born on October 15, 1906, and resided in Spokane, Washington. Because of the army duties of his father, he saw very little of his father as he was growing up;

Nettie Lucretia Cavender (“Nettie L. Cavender”, "Nettie Lucressia Cavender", "Nettie Cavender", “N.L. Cavender” & "Utie Cavender") born either March 20, 1880 or on March 29, 1880420 & 426, married J.C. Hunt in Union County, Georgia on April 19, 1902, and died either on February 22, 1922 or on February 22, 1920420. J.C. Hunt and Nettie Hunt had a daughter named:

Grace Payne who married a Payne ("Grace Payne" & “Grace Hunt Payne”) who was born about 1900, and lived in Blairsville, Georgia;

William M. Cavender ("William Cavender" & “W.M. Cavender”) born March 11, 1883, never married, at one time lived in the 4th.. District of Coweta County, Georgia, never married, and died November 2, 1910 in Oklahoma; and,

John Felton Cavender ("John Cavender", “J.F. Cavender” & “John F. Cavender”) born December 23, 1885, never married, and died about 1920 at his home in Hahn's Park, Colorado;

(6) VASHTI ANN CAVENDER ("Vasti Cavender" & “V.A. Cavender”) born November 26, 1810 in the North Eastern part of Georgia, and married Samuel Montgomery on October 30, 1840 in Hall County, Georgia, and died after 1880 in Lumpkin County, Georgia. Samuel Montgomery had a brother named Hiram Montgomery who married Milchia Ann Cavender (“Milchia Cavender” & “M.A. Cavender”) on January 23, 1819 in Hall County, Georgia;

(7) GEORGE WASHINGTON CAVENDER ("George Cavender", “George W. Cavender”, "G.W. Cavender", "Washington Cavender" & "Watt Cavender") born January 17, 1813 in either Hall County, Georgia493 & 494 or in Dahlonaga, Lumpkin County, Georgia476, first married Nancy L. Garvin ("Nancy Garvin" & "Nancy Gavin") on either April 6, 1836511 or on April 26, 1836438 & 476in Hall County, Georgia, in 1840 was living in Walker County, Georgia, at which time he already had 2 children under 5 and owned a large amount of land on which was his home place was located and known as the "Henry Davis Place" built Henry Davis prior to 1740, died April 24, 1899 (some say April 24, 1889 476 & 493) in either Hall County, Georgia493 or in Peavine, Catoosa County, Georgia476, and is buried with his wife in the Peavine Cemetery behind Peavine Baptist Church in Chickamauga, Catoosa County, Georgia. Watt Cavender was a 2nd. lieutenant from Hall County in the Indian roundup and skirmishes on November 6, 1835. Nancy Garvin, the sister of Elizabeth Garvin, was born November 27, 1820 and died November 16, 1884 in Catoosa County, Georgia.

It is to be noted that his younger sister,Mary Angeline Cavender(“Mary Cavender” & “M.A. Cavender”) married William Garvin, the son of David Garvin born December 20, 1784 in Pendelton County, South Carolina and Nancy Kirksey born February 12, 1795 in North Carolina, and that his younger brother, Joseph Cavender, married Elizabeth Antoinette Garvin (Elizabeth Antonette Garvin", "Elizabeth Garvin" & “Eliabeth Carvin”) who is believed to be the sister of Nancy Garvin.

George Washington Cavender ("George Cavender") and Nancy Garvin Cavender ("Nancy Cavender") had 9 children:

(i) WILLIAM GARVIN CAVENDER ("William Cavender", “W.G. Cavender” & “William G. Cavender”) born on July 21, 1837, married Catherine K. Holland (“Katherine K. Holland”476, “Katherine Holland” & "Catherine Holland") on either November 27, 1857493 & 494 or on November 26, 1857476 in Whitfield County, Georgia, was living in Catoosa, Georgia in 1860 and in Whitfield County, Georgia in 1880 near his father, and died on May 10, 1890. Catherine Holland was born on March 24, 1840 in Pickens County, South Carolina, and was the daughter of John Benjamin Franklin Holland ("John Holland") born about 1821 and Penelope Kirksey born January 17, 1817, and she died on June 2, 1886. William Cavender and Catherine Cavender had 7 children:



N. Penelope Cavender ("Pentelope V. Cavender"?, “N.P. Cavender” &"Penelope Cavender") born about 1858-1859 in Georgia;

Alice E. Cavender ("Allice Cavender", “A.E. Cavender” & "Alice Cavender") born about 1860 in Georgia;

Catherine R. Cavender ("Catherine Cavender" & “C.R. Cavender) born about 1864 in Georgia;

Sarah F. Cavender (“Sarah Cavender” & “S.F. Cavender”) born about 1865;

Theodosia Cavender born about 1867 in Georgia;

Mattie Cavender born about 1869494 or 1870 in Georgia;

George W. Cavender ("George Cavender", “G.W. Cavender” & "George Washington Cavender"?) born about 1872 in Georgia; and,

Pearl Cavender born about 1877 in Georgia;

(ii) CLEMETH W. CAVENDER ("Clemeth Cavender", “C.W. Cavender” & "Clemith Cavender") born July 8, 1839 in Hall County, Georgia, remained unmarried, died July 8, 1839 and is buried in the Peavine Cemetery in Hall County, Georgia in the same cemetery as his mother and father;



(iii) CATHERINE REBECCA CAVENDER (“Katherine Rebecca Cavender”476, “Katherine Cavender”, “C.R. Cavender” & "Catherine Cavender") born on August 24, 1841 in Georgia, married Jasper Newton Gilbert (“Jasper Gilbert”), and died on November 23, 1929;

(iv) JOSEPH WARREN CAVENDER ("Joseph Cavender", “J.W. Cavender” & "Joseph W. Cavender") born on February 23, 1845 in Ringgold, Catoosa County, Georgia, first married Martha Almina Clements ("Martha Clements") on December 10, 1868 in Walker County, Georgia, later married Sarah Clemetine Chambers (“Sarah Chambers”) on December 25, 1892 and had no children by his second marriage, died on either July 18, 1919 or on July 17, 1919476 in Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, and was buried in the Cavender Cemetery in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia in the Cavender Cemetery. Martha Clements was born November 11, 1849 in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, was the daughter of Dr. Adam G. Clements ("Adam Clements") and Mary Wilson Hill Park ("Mary Park" & "Wilson Park"), died on either November 15, 1882 or on December 15, 1882 in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, and is buried with her husband. Sarah Chambers was born on July 1, 1851, and died on March 1, 1911. Joseph Cavender and Martha Cavender ("Almina Cavender") had 7 children:



Lula Belle Cavender ("Lula Cavender", Mary B. Cavender”, “Mary Belle Cavender” & “Mary Cavender”) born September 25, 1869 in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, died February 20, 1870 in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, and was buried in the Cavender Cemetery in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia;

Minerva Catherine Cavender (“Minerva Cavender” & "Minnie Cavender") born January 12, 1872 in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, married Wade Hampton Warrenfells ("Wade Warrenfells") either September 17, 1900 or on October 17, 1900476 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died on June 24, 1952 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Wade Warrenfels was born on November 11, 1868 in Maryland, and died on July 21, 1939. Wade Warrenfells and Myrtis Warrenfells had a son named:

Joseph Melville Warrenfells ("Joseph Warrenfells") who was born in Tennessee about 1904, and married Margaret Rebecca Norton (“Margaret Norton”). Joseph Warrefells and Margaret Warrenfells (“Rebecca Warrenfells”) had 3 children:

George Hampton Warrenfells (“George Warrenfells”) who married Glenda Ford. George Warrenfells and Glenda Warrenfells had 2 children:

Melville Glen Warrenfells (“Melville Warrenfells”); and,

George Michael Warrenfells (“George Warrenfells”);

Margaret Ann Warrenfells (“Margaret Warrenfells”) who married Jack Hogan (“John Hogan”?). Jack Hogan and Margaret Hogan (“Ann Hogan”) had 2 children:

Joey Barrett Hogan (“Joey Hogan” & “Joseph Hogan”?);

Andy Harlan Hogan (“Andy Hogan” & “Andrew Hogan”?); and,

Melville Eugene Warrenfells (“Melville Warrenfells”) who married Helen Dee Shackleford (“Helen Shackleford”). Melville Warrenfells and Helen Warrenfells (“Dee Warrenfells”) had 2 children:

Ben Morton Warrenfells (“Ben Warrenfells” & “Benjamin Warrenfells”?); and,

Edward Hampton Warrenfells (“Edward Warrenfells”);

Myrtis Eugenia Cavender (“Myrtis Cavender”) born on April 7, 1874 in Walker County, Georgia, married Lee Norman Shahan ("Lee Shahan") on May 2, 1901 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, and died on either December 2, 1962 or on December 2, 1963476 in Cleveland, Bradley County, Tennessee. Lee Shahan was born on February 6, 1875 in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, died on January 29, 1915 in Hamilton County, Tennessee, and is buried in the Forrest Hills Cemetery in St. Elmo, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Lee Shahan and Myrtis Shanhan had 2 children:

Martha Clemetine Shahan (“Martha Shahan”) born on July 10, 1906 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, married Richard Llewellyn Chapman (“Richard Chapman”) on September 4, 1928, was later divorced, and died in April 1993 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Richard Chapman was born on December 15, 1902, and died on February 14, 1959 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Richard Chapman and Martha Chapman (“Clemetine Chapman”) had 2 children:

Richard Llewellyn Chapman, Jr. who married Sarah Merle Horton (“Sarah Horton”); and,

Marion Eugenia Chapman (“Marion Chapman”) who married Charles P. Kollmansperger (“Charles Kollmansperger”; and,

Maxwell Lee Shahan ("Maxwell Shahan", “M.L. Shahan” & “Max Shahan”) born in March 1909 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, and married Evelyn Elizabeth Morgan (“Evelyn Morgan”). Maxwell Shahan and Evelyn Shahan (“Elizabeth Shahan”) had 1 child:

Larry Austin Shahan (“Larry Shahan”) who married Barbaretta Alexander;

Georgia Addie Cavender (“Georgia Cavender”) born on June 24, 1876 in Walker County, Georgia, married Benjamin Wexler Blackstock ("Benjamin Blackstock") on September 30, 1903 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, died on November 5, 1972 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Benjamin Beck was born about 1879 in Tennessee. Benjamin Beck and Georgia Beck had 4 children:

Clemetine Blackstock who was born about 1904 in Washington, D.C., and married H.L. Castleberry;

Janice Blackstock born about 1907 in Washington, D.C.;

Adelaide Blackstock born about 1911 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, and married Harvey Chase; and,

Eugene Blackstock (“Eugene Beck Blackstock”?) born about 1914 in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee;

Clemetine Almina Cavender (“Clemetine Cavender”) born April 24, 1878 in Villanow, Walker County, Georgia, married Charles Hampton McGill (“Charles McGill”), and died in Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee. Charles McGill was born on October 17, 1878 in Tennessee, and died on February 12, 1918 in Hamilton County, Tennessee. Charles McGill and Clemetine McGill had 3 children:

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