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Another unknown daughter; and,

Grace Cavender; and,

Grady K. Cavender (“Grady Cavender” & “G.K. Cavender”);

Laura Jane Cavender ("Laura Cavender") born on either March 12, 1866492 or on April 12, 1866 in Heard County, Georgia, and married John D. Balenger (“John Balenger” &"John Ballinger"?). John Balenger and Laura Balenger had a son named:

David Price Balenger (“David Balenger”) born May 30, 1896 in Georgia, married Viola Williams, died in March 1980, and is buried in the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Hamilton, Marion County, Alabama with his wife. David Balenger and Viola Balenger had 7 children:

Naomi Balenger;

J.C. Balenger, a son, who is buried in the Egger Cemetery in Mississippi;

Magdelende Balenger;

Leroy Balenger;

Louise Balenger who is buried with her parents;

Evalee; and,

Eloise;

William Jackson Cavender ("William Cavender", “William J. Cavender” & “W.J. Cavender”) born February 19, 1868 in Heard County, Georgia, married Julie Hanson (“Julia Hanson”) in Claburne County, Alabama on either December 13, 1888 or December 25, 1887, died January 7, 1931 in Claburne County, Alabama, and is buried in the Pinetucky Cemetery in Claburne County, Alabama. Julie Hanson was born either March 7, 1875 or March 7, 1874 in Claburne County, Alabama and died December 22, 1943 in Claburne County, Alabama. William Cavender and Julie Cavender had 10 children:

Rebecca Jane C. Cavender ("Rebecca Cavender", "Jane Cavender", “R.J.C. Cavender” & "Maggie Cavender") born March 4, 1892 in Georgia, married Wiley Wade April 13, 1910, and died August 11, 1968;

George Wilson Cavender ("George Cavender", “George W. Cavender” & “G.W. Cavender) born March 16, 1896 in Alabama, married Minnie Lambert August 10, 1913, and died March 8, 1982;

Cora Julia Cavender ("Gora Cavender" & “C.J. Cavender”) born September 18, 1897 in Georgia, never married, and died January 6, 1960;

William Caber Cavender ("William Cavender", “William C. Cavender”, “W..C. Cavender” & "Bill Cavender") born December 9, 1899 in Georgia, married Bertha Vise July 25, 1920, and died September 23, 1975;

Joseph Jefferson Eli Cavender (“Joseph Jefferson Cavender”, "Joseph Cavender", “J.J.E. Cavender”, “J.J. Cavender” & "Jefferson Cavender") born August 18, 1902 in Heard County, Georgia, married Mattie Lesta Rollins ("Mattie Rollins"), and died February 12, 1981. Joseph Cavender and Mattie Cavender had a daughter named:

Mary Ann Cavender ("Maryann Cavender"?, M.A. Cavender” & "Mary Cavender"?) who married Joseph H. Hood (“Joseph Hood”), and thus becoming “Mary Hood” and lives in Gadsden, Alabama;371

Ida Savannah Cavender ("Ida Cavender" & “I.S. Cavender”) born October 1, 1905 in Alabama, married William Morris October 7, 1923, and died January 9, 1935;

Alice Elizabeth Cavender ("Alice Cavender" & “A.E. Cavender”) born February 9, 1908 in Hines County, Mississippi, married Charlie Williamson ("Charles Williamson") May 24, 1926, and died July 15, 1983;

Jackson Guy Hanson Cavender ("Jackson Cavender", “J.G.H. Cavender”, “J.G. Cavender” & "Guy Cavender") born September 17, 1910 in Hightower County, Alabama, and married Vera Lambert November 21, 1926;

Wiley John Cavender ("Wiley Cavender" & “W.J. Cavender) born July 31, 1913 in Stonehill County, Alabama, first married June Howard, next married Lucille Queen, and died about 1974; and,

Franklin Brown Cavender ("Franklin Cavender" & “F.B. Cavender”) born November 26, 1916 in Oakfuska, Alabama, and died about 1922;

Micajah Cage Cavender (“Micager Cavender”?, "Micajah Cavender", “M.C. Cavender”, "Micager Cavender"? & "Cage Cavender") born February 21, 1870 in Heard County, Georgia, and married Harriet Rebecca Daniel ("Harriet Daniel");

Lula Victoria Cavender ("Lula Cavender", “Lula V. Cavender” & “L.V. Cavender”) born on either June 13, 1871 or on June 13, 1872492 in Heard County, Georgia, married James Archibald Daniel (“James Archer Daniel”, "James Daniel" & "Arch Daniel"), and died March 10, 1948 in Heard County, Georgia;

Wilson H. Cavender ("Wilson Cavender" & “W.H. Cavender”) born November 14, 1872;

Stephen Lemuel Cavender (“Stephen Lemual Cavender”?492, “S.L. Cavender”, “Samuel L. Cavender”, “S.L. Cavender” & "Stephen Cavender") born January 18, 1875 in Heard County, Georgia, married Ella Ada Hanson (“Ada L. Hanson”? & "Ella Hanson") on either April 23, 1896 or on November 10, 1895 in Carroll County, Georgia, and died March 18, 1958 in Heard County, Georgia. Stephen Cavender and Ella Hanson Cavender (“Ella Cavender”) had at least two sons:

Abraham Lincoln Cavender (“Abraham Cavender” & “A.L. Cavender” born February 2, 1915, and died May 22, 1991; and

James Simon Cavender (“James Cavender” & “J.S. Cavender”) born July 2, 1915, married Syble Drunell Parmer (“Syble Parmer”), who lived in Cleburne County, Alabama and died May 23, 1992. James Cavender and Syble Cavender had 4 children:

James Wheeler Cavender (“James Cavender” & “J.W. Cavender”) born in Cleburne County, Alabama;

Bobbie Cavender born in Cleburne County, Alabama;

Syble Joyce Cavender (“Syble Cavender” & “S.J. Cavender”) born in Cleburne County, Alabama; and,

Joel Cavender born in Cleburne County, Alabama;

Robert Eli Emory Cavender ("Robert Eli Emery Cavender"?, Robert Cavender", "Erastus Cavender", "Rat Cavender", “Robert E. Cavender”, “R.E.E. Caveder” & "Eli Cavender") born September 14, 1877 in Heard County, Georgia, married Mary Elizabeth Cole ("Mary Cole" & "Lizzie Cole") on August 7, 1897, and died about 1940; and,

Tinia Emma Cavender (“Tinie Emma Minnie Cavender”492, "Tinia Cavender", “Tinia E. Cavender”, “T.E. Cavender”, "Minnie Cavender" & "Tina Cavender"?) born either June 13, 1880 or August 22, 1879492 in Heard County, Georgia, married Isaac Benjamin Daniel ("Isaac Daniel") on August 7, 1898, and died May 21, 1944;

(3) WILLIAM CAVENDER born about 1806, and married Cresy Pearce ("Cressy Pierce"?) on April 19, 1826 in Hall County, Georgia;

(4) OBEDIAH COLLE CAVENDER ("Obediah Colee Cavender", "Obediah C. Cavender", “O.C. Cavender”, "Obediah Cavender", "Obadiah Cavender"? & "Uncle Obe") born on April 12, 1809 in Farmington, Anson County, North Carolina, joined the New Hope Baptist Church about 1825 in Walton County, Georgia at the age of 15, married Frances Lee Tuggle (“Frances P. Tuggle”494, “Frances L. Tuggle" & "Frances Tuggle") on either March 3, 1839 or on March 13, 1839493 & 494 in Troup County, Georgia with Jonathan Taylor, J.P. performing the ceremony, was the chain carrier for the first survey of Coweta County, Georgia, died on November 15, 1896 in Coweta County, Georgia, and is buried in the Elim Baptist Church Cemetery in Coweta County, Georgia, with the services conducted by Dr. J.H. Hall and Rev. F.J. Amis. Frances Tuggle was born May 23, 1818 in Jasper County, Georgia, was the daughter of Presbyterian parents Robert Tuggle and Elizabeth Jefferies (“Elizabeth Jeffries”?), died March 4, 1897 in Coweta County, Georgia, and is buried in the cemetery of the Elim Baptist Church in Coweta County, Georgia. One source said that at his death he had 12 children, 62 grandchildren, 45 great grandchildren, and two or more great-great grandchildren.

In 1829, gold was found in North Georgia College in Dalhonega, Lumpkin Counry,, Georgia. According to an unsupported legend, Peter Jefferson, the father of Thomas Jefferson, is said to have suddenly became a rich man as a direct result of some unknown connection with the newly discovered Cherokee gold at Dalhonega, Lumpkin Counry, Georgia, that De Soto first discovered this gold and hung all his men who were with his when the gold was discovered, and that Thomas Jefferson burned all the papers relating to his father's connection with the Cherokee gold. Additionally, it is said that a Fannie Cavender (“Frances Cavender”?), the daughter of Clement Cavender, obtained a section of land that was considered to be located in the “best” gold section.

According to the 1830 census for Jasper County, Georgia, Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was living near the home of widow Sarah Aaron and her children, Susan Ann Aaron ("Susan Aaron"), having married Obediah Cavender's ("Obadiah Cavender"?) brother, Jesse John Cavender ("Jessee Cavender", “J.J. Cavender” & “Jesse Cavender”?). Sarah Aaron was born about 1790 in Georgia and had previously married John Aaron and, according to the 1830 census, she was the head of the household in which 10 other persons were living. And, in the 1850 census for Jasper County, she was living in the home of Mitchell Aaron who was born about 1810 and died about 1881. Widow Sarah Aaron died sometime between 1850 and 1860. In the 1830 census, George Cavinder ("George Cavender") was also living in Jasper County, Georgia near Sarah Aaron. He was listed as being 50-60 years of age and was living with 5 other males and 2 females.

On March 11, 1833, Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) purchased from James R. McCorkle ("James McCorkle") 100 acres in Jasper County, Georgia adjacent from the land of George Cavender. On March 18, 1833, he purchased 120 acres in the 18th District, formerly Baldwin County, from James McCorkle for $250. On April 18, 1836, he sold two 50 acre lots in Jasper County, Georgia to Robert M. Hardwick ("Robert Hardwick") for $150. On the same date, he sold 120 acres in the 18th District, known as Kinard's Possession, to Robert Hardwick for $300.

On May 24, 1836, Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was a First Sergeant in the 38th Regiment of the Jasper County State Militia during the Creek War which was commanded by Capt. Davis Lane.

On January 10, 1838, Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) bought 202 ½ acres in land lot #88 in the 4th. District of Coweta County, Georgia from Elbert Hardman of Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Elbert Hardman was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and drew the land in the 1827 land lottery. On January 22, 1838, Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was listed as a resident of Jasper County, Georgia and purchased 40 acres in the 15th District, 2nd. Section of Cherokee County, Georgia from Robert M. Hardwick ("Robert Hardwick"). This land was known as #408, granted 11/4/1833 to Live B. Thompson ("Live Thompson") by Wilson Lumpkin, Governor of Georgia.

In the 1840 census for the 4th. District of Coweta County Georgia, Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) is listed as being 20-30 years old and his wife is listed as being 15-20 years old. In the same District, apparently living next door, was the family of George Cavender which then comprised 1 male and 1 female 60-70 years of age, 1 female 30-40 years of age, 1 male 15-20 years of age and 2 females 10-15 years of age. Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) attended the financial affairs of the estate of his brother, Jesse Cavender, following the death of Jesse Cavender. When Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was quite a youth, his parents moved to Walton County, Georgia. In 1839, Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) moved to Cowetta County, Georgia and first married Frances Lee Tuggle ("Frances Tuggle") March 3, 1839 in Troup County, Georgia. On October 7, 1846, he bought 405 acres in the 4th. District of Coweta County, Georgia from John Simons and James Meriwither. Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) later married Cinthy McMellon ("Centhy McMellon", "Cinthy McMellen" & "Cynthia McMellon") December 15, 1846 in Ashe County, North Carolina, with George D. Mendenhall ("George Mendenhall") being the surety and John Ray Clerk ("John Clerk") being the witness,374 and lived to be 87 years old when he died November 15, 1896 in Coweta County, Georgia with an estate then valued at $12,054. Frances Tuggle was born May 23, 1818 in Jasper County, Georgia to Robert Tuggle and Elizabeth Jefferies Tuggle ("Elizabeth Tuggle" & formerly "Elizabeth Jefferies"), joined the New Lebenon Baptist Church in Coweta County, Georgia in 1885, died March 4, 1897 in Coweta County, Georgia, and is buried in Elim Baptist Church Cemetery. Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was a teacher in Hurricane District of Coweta County, Georgia in 1850, was a first sergeant in the 38th. Regiment of Captain Davis Lane during the Creek War, a chain carrier for the first survey of Coweta County in 1826, a justice of the peace for 35 years, tax collector, tax receiver (tax recorder?) and postmaster and made 39 crops where he was living when he died.

Frances Tuggle Cavender ("Frances Cavender" & “F.T. Cavender”) was born May 23, 1818 in Jasper County, Georgia, to Robert Tuggle and Elizabeth Jeffries Tuggle ("Elizabeth Tuggle") and died March 4, 1897. Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was twice married and had a total of 12 children, 62 grandchildren and 45 great grandchildren and in 1850 his family was living in the 19th District, Coveta County, Georgia. He and his first wife are buried in Elim Baptist Church Cemetery in Coweta County, Georgia. Obedia Cavender was the brother of Jesse John Cavender (“Jesse Cavender” & “J.J. Cavender”) born September 9, 1817 in Anson County, North Carolina. Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) and Frances Tuggle Cavender ("Frances Cavender") had the following 9 children:



(i) WILLIAM WASHINGTON CAVENDER ("William W. Cavender", “W.W. Cavender” & "William Cavender" or "Bill Cavender") was born August 20, 1840 in the fourth district of Coweta County, Georgia, married Lasthenia Haseltine Copeland ("Lasthenia Copeland", "Lesthenia Copeland"? & "Ellen Copeland") in December 1865 in Coweta County, Georgia, died November 6, 1911 in Coweta County, Georgia at the age of 74, and is buried in Mt. Carmel Methodist Church Cemetery in Coweta County, Georgia. Lasthenia Copeland was born August 21, 1846 to Josiah Fort Copeland ("Josiah Copeland") and Margaret Ann Deadwyler ("Margaret Deadwyler" & "Margaret Dedwyler"?) and died December 18, 1930 in Coweta County, Georgia. Both William Cavender and Lasthenia Cavender are buried in Mt. Carmel Methodist Church Cemetery.

On May 21, 1861, William Cavender enlisted as a private in the 7th. Georgia Infantry, 10 days later was transferred to Company "A", was wounded at the battle of Manassas, Virginia on July 21, 1861, at which time he was struck on the head with a fragment of shell which came very near ending his life, was discharged on March 1, 1862, enlisted on May 1, 1862 in the Confederate Cavalry as a private in Company K of the First Georgia Calvery, and was in the battle of Manassas, Virginia After recovering, he was made a Sergeant in Captain North Company of the First Regiment of the Georgia Cavalry, and was discharged at the end of the war in Salsbury, North Carolina. Major John W. Trent (John Trent") of the First Georgia Cavalry, under whom William Cavender served, said "A more daring, active, indefatigable soldier, I never met in the 1,500 days I was in the service. He was always ready, reliable and competent. Nothing daunted him, nothing long stood in his way. An excellent shot and an expert sabreur, he sat a horse with grace of a cavalier of old. The tent is struck, the light is out, and over the river with Stonewall and the others, he rests under shade trees where God will come for them." (For a complete record see "The History of the First Georgia Calvery" by Michael B. Cavender ("Michael Cavender".) He apparently was also a famous secret service man and scout in the Civil War in Wheler's Calvary in Captain North's company of spies. On August 22, 1900, he wrote an article for General Clement A. Evans ("Clement Evans") which he read at the dedication of a monument to Sergeant Bill Moore, which monument can still be found in Atlanta, Georgia at the intersection of Howell Mill Road and Interstate 75.

Apparently William Cavender was familiar with poetry, fiction and the history of the English speaking race. As a Free Mason, he held many positions of honor, dignity and trust in the local lodges. He was made a Royal Arch Mason in 1895, in 1903 a Knight Templer, and in 1904 a Mystic Shriner.

William Cavender and Lasthenia Cavender had 5 children:



Lelia Eniestelle Cavender ("Eriestelle Cavender", "Lelia Cavender", “L.E. Cavender” & "Lelian Cavender") born May 10, 1868 in Coweta County, Georgia, married Joseph M. Burks ("Joseph Burks", "Zozern Burks"? & "Joe Burks") March 2, 1892 in Coweta County, Georgia. Joseph Burks was born about 1851 and was known as the champion egg eater for Panther Creek, having eaten 130 eggs in 1891 in one sitting as if it were a light snack. He was thereafter known as the Panther Creek Champion Egg Eater. Joseph Burks and Lelia Burks had 8 children:

Nellie G. Burks ("Nellie Burks") born July 14, 1893 in Coweta County, Georgia, died May 17, 1894, and is buried in the Mount Carmel Methodist Church Cemetery in Coweta County, Georgia;

Ruby L. Burks ("Ruby Burks") born about 1895, married a Granger and died about 1978;

Robert L. Burks ("Robert Burks") born about 1897;

Jewel M. Burks ("Jewel Burks" & "Jewell Burks") born about 1899;

Hal Fisher Burks ("Hal Burks") born November 11, 1901 in Coweta County, Georgia, died December 21, 1903, and is buried in the Mount Carmel Methodist Church Cemetery in Coweta County, Georgia;

Terrie Burks born about 1904 and married Earl Moore on November 25, 1922 in Coweta County, Georgia;

Josephine Burks born about 1906; and,

Pollie Christine Burks ("Pollie Burks", "Polly Burks", "Mary Burks" & "Mary Jane Burks") born about 1908 and married Wylie Joseph Banks ("Wylie Banks") on February 22, 1945 in Coweta County, Georgia;

Francis Lamar Cavender ("Frank L. Cavender", “Francis L. Cavender”, Francis Cavender", “F.L. Cavender” & "Frank Cavender") born March 3, 1871, married Minnie Lee Herring Allen ("Minnie Allen" & "Lee Allen") March 8, 1908 in Coweta County, Georgia, and lived in Moreland, Georgia in the 1930's. Minnie Allen was born about 1875 and had been previously married and had two children named Alice Allen born in 1900 and Eddie Lee Allen ("Eddie Allen" & "Edd Allen") born about 1903. According to the 1910 census for Coweta County, Georgia, the Francis Cavender family were living near the W.W. Cavender (“William Willis Cavender”?) family. Frank Cavender and Minnie Cavender had 6 children:

Maude Cavender ("Maud Cavender") born about 1909;

Francis Lamar Cavender, Jr. ("Frank L. Cavender", “F.M. Cavender” & "Frank Cavender";

Minnie Cavender (“Mary Cavender”? & “Miriam Cavender”?) who married Joseph Leonard Carroll ("Joseph Carroll") and had two children:

Helen Carroll ("Alice Carroll") born in 1900 and who married Harold L. Reynolds ("Harold Reynolds"); and,

Ead Lee Carroll ("Ead Carroll", “E.L. Cavender” & "Allen Carroll") born about 1903. Apparently she later married Frank Cavender. In 1910 her family was living on Sergeant Road near W.W. Cavender (“William Willis Cavender”?);

Thomas G. Cavender ("Thomas Green Cavender”?, Thomas Cavender" & “T.G. Cavender”) born April 19, 1918 in Coweta County, Georgia, married Jessie Pearl Couch ("Jessie Couch") October 16, 1936 in Coweta County, Georgia, who died June 2, 1955 in Meriwether County, Georgia in a boating accident, and is buried in LaGrange, Georgia. Jessie Couch was born July 20, 1920 in County and died January 1, 1942 in LaGrange, Troup County, Georgia from a gunshot wound. Thomas Cavender and Jessie Cavender had a son named:

Thomas G. Cavender, Jr. ("Thomas Cavender" & “Thomas Green Cavender”?) born August 21, 1937 in Hogansville, Troup County, Georgia, married Melba Lynn Archer Pierce ("Melba Pierce" & "Lynn Pierce") on August 12, 1960 in Pampa, Texas. Melba Pierce was born January 12, 1937 in Bailey, in either Stephens County, Oklahoma, or in Grady County, Oklahoma, was the daughter of Melton Reford Archer ("Melton Archer") who was born in Bailey, Oklahoma and Floretta Mae Steppick ("Floretta Steppick") born April 23, 1917 in Bailey, Oklahoma.

Melba Pierce had 2 children by a previous marriage:



Ronna Ann Pierce ("Ronna Pierce", "Ann Cavender" & "Ronna Cavender") born September 13, 1957 in Forth Worth, Terrant County, Texas; and,

Jeffrey Lynn Pierce ("Jeffrey Pierce", "Jeffrey Cavender" & "Lynn Cavender") born January 8, 1960 in Fort Worth, Terrant County, Texas. Both children used the name Cavender after Thomas and Melba were married. Ronna Pierce was never officially adopted, but Jeffrey Pierce was officially adopted in March 1995 in Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia. Jeffrey Cavender married Elizabeth Ashley Livingston ("Elizabeth Livingston") on March 11, 1995 in Roswell, Fulton County, Georgia. Ashley Livingston was born January 24, 1968 in Columbus, South Carolina.

Thomas Cavender, Jr. and Melba Cavender had 2 children:



Gregory T. Cavender ("Gregory Cavender" & “G.T. Cavender”) born April 26, 1961 in Fort Worth, Terrant County, Texas, married Hye Kyung Kang ("Hye Kang") who was born August 25, 1984 in Scoul, Korea, and they were divorced in 1993 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. Gregory Cavender later married Lisa Michele Vining ("Lisa Vining") in 1993 in Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia. Lisa Vining was born March 20, 1970 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Gregory Cavender and Hye Cavender ("Kyung Cavender") had 2 children:



Kristen Nicolle Cavender ("Kristen Cavender" & “K.N. Cavender”) born September 19, 1985 in Scoul, Korea; and,

Bethany Michele Cavender ("Bethany Cavender" & “B.M. Cavender”) born November 23, 1987 in Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia.

Gregory Cavender and Lisa Cavender had a son named:



Levi Cole Cavender ("Levi Cavender" & “L.C. Cavender”) born August 2, 1997 in Snellville, Gwinnett County, Georgia; and,

Stephen Cavender born July 4, 1963 in Rawlins, Carbon County, Wyoming;

Margaret Cavender ("Maggie Cavender"); and,

Mildred Cavender born November 21, 1921 in Moreland, Georgia, married a Sloman and died June 29, 1978 in LaGrange, Georgia. She had two grandchildren: Missiy Sloman ("Missy Sloman"?); and, Chris Sloman;

Guy Leon Cavender, Sr. ("Guy Cavender" & “G.L. Cavender”) born February 20, 1873 in Coweta County, Georgia, married Stella Mae Cook ("Stella Cook", "May Cook" & "Mae Cook") on November 28, 1900 in Coweta County, Georgia, died August 6, 1951 in Coweta County, Georgia from acute myocardial failure, and is buried with his wife in the Jones Chapel Church Cemetery in Madras, Georgia. Guy Cavender boarded with William Allen in the 4th... District in 1900 and near his father, and Guy Cavender and Mae Cavender were still living on Sargent Road near his father in 1910. After that place burned in 1911 or 1912, they moved to the Glass Place where Lake Coweta is now located. After farming there for several years, they moved to a farm in Madras. Stella Cook was born May 23, 1876 in Coweta County, Georgia to James Caleb Cook ("James Cook") and Sarah Hamilton Brown Cook ("Sarah Cook"), and died in 1959 in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Guy Cavender joined the Georgia Infantry to fight in Cuba during the Spanish American War but was soon stricken with malaria, which plagued him during the remainder of his life. Guy Cavender and Stella Cavender had 5 children:

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