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John H. Cavender ("John Cavender" & “J.H. Cavender”) born July 3, 1869 and died December 12, 1870 and is buried in the Cavender Cemetery in Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia;

Hutson W. Cavender ("Hut Cavender", “H.W. Cavender” & "Hutson Cavender") born about 1870, married Estella Long ("Stella Long") on December 17, 1893 in Carroll County, Georgia, FHL Number 341904 and died about 1950. Estella Long was born about 1876 and is buried with her husband and her children in the Cavender Cemetery in Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia. Hutson Cavender and Stella Cavender ("Estella Cavender") had 3 children:

Clarence Cavender who was born December 18, 1899 and died December 31, 1901;

John Cavender born and died July 21, 1904; and,

Eunice Cavender born July 21, 1904 and died August 11, 1904. The Hutson Cavender family is buried in the Liberty Congregational Methodist Church Cemetery; and,

Lylar A. Cavender ("Lylar Cavender" & “L.A. Cavender”) born March 5, 1872, died September 7, 1872, and buried in the Cavender Cemetery in Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia:

(v) GEORGIA ANN CAVENDER ("Georgia Cavender" & “G.A. Cavender”) born about 1846 in Georgia and married September 12, 1875 to Oscar Todd in Carroll County, Georgia. Their children were:

Asbery Todd; and,

Susan Aan Todd ("Susan Todd");

(vi) LUCY J. CAVENDER ("Lucy Cavender", “L.J. Cavender” & “Lucille Cavender”?) born October 22, 1848 in Carroll County, Georgia, died November 15, 1876, and is buried in Cavender Cemetery in Carrollton, Carroll County, Georgia;

(vii) MARTHA CAVENDER born in 1850 in Georgia and apparently died before 1860;

(viii) LOUISA G. CAVENDER ("Louisa Cavender", “L.G. Cavender” & "Liza Cavender") born April 18, 1852 in Carroll County, Georgia, died October 15, 1860 in Carroll County, and buried in the Cavender Cemetery in Carroll County;

(ix) LIZA G. CAVENDER ("Liza Cavender" & “L.G. Cavender”) born April 18, 1852 and died October 15, 1860; and,

(x) LUCINDA J. CAVENDER ("Lucinda Cavender", "Lucy Cavender", “L.J. Cavender” & "Sophia Cavender") who was born about 1854 in Georgia and never married;

(6) MARY JANE CAVENDER?("Mary Cavender", Mary J. Cavender”, “M.J. Cavender” & "Polly Cavender") born about 1775? and married Drewy Bridges ("Dreway Bridges" & "Bridges Dreway") on January 17, 1786 and Bryant Cavender was the bondsman. 357 On July 2, 1754, a Bryant Cavender ("Bryan Cavender") of St. Mary's County, Maryland was a witness of the will of Abraham Gambell in Dorchester County, Maryland. Also on the same date, he was a surety for a bond on Ann Carmaday as the Administratrix of the estate of Matthew Carmaday; and, possibly

(7) BARBARA CAVENDER? born about 1780 in Virginia, first married Madrick Merritt on March 12, 1818 in Jasper County, Georgia who apparently had earlier lived in the Pendeton District of South Carolina. She later married Frances Chappell, died in Coweta County, Georgia, and is buried with her second husband in the Elim Baptist Church Cemetery in Coweta County, Georgia. Frances Chappell was born April 16, 1864 and died February 23, 1924 in Coweta County. Francis Chappell was an inventor and in 1901 was recognized for his invention of a two-bale, hand-operated hay press, and in 1908 for the invention of a new type churn. Francis Chappell and Amanda Chappell lived on Hollingworth Road in the 4th... District of Georgia and had 3 children:

(i) MARY FRANCES CHAPPEL ("Mary Chappell") born July 20, 1879 in Coweta County, Georgia, married Benjamin Alexander Mosley ("Benjamin Mosley") in 1907 in Coweta County, died June 19, 1966, and both she and her husband are buried in the Elim Baptist Church in Coweta County, Georgia. Benjamin Mosley was born in 1907 in Coweta County, and died November 23, 1950. Benjamin Mosley and Mary Mosley had one son Benjamin Chappell Mosley born February 7, 1910, died July 21, 1966, and is buried in the Elim Baptist Church in Coweta County, Georgia;

(ii) LEE O. CHAPPELL born November 14, 1881 in Coweta County, Georgia, married January 19, 1929 to Theo A. Crowder ("Theo Cowder"), died April 6, 1969 and is buried with his wife in the Elim Baptist Church in Coweta County, Georgia. Theo Cowder was born May 4, 1881 in Georgia to William Leonard Crowder ("William Crowder") and Sophis Cowder and died August 20, 1953; and,

(iii) WILLIAM PIERCE CHAPPELL ("William Chappell") born July 19, 1886 in Coweta County, Georgia, never married, died July 25, 1973, and is buried in the Elim Baptist Church in Coweta County, Georgia; and possibly,

(8) ISAAC C. CAVENDER? There is also the possibility, although not presently documented, that the above George C. Cavender was also the father of Isaac C. Cavender (“Isaac Cavender”, “I.C. Cavender” & “Issac Cavender”?) who was born in Georgia about 1816. See the separate line of Isaac C. Cavender (“Isaac Cavender”) separately listed in the Table of Contents hereof.265, 272, 297, 302, 327, 336, 337, 355, 359 & 368

It appears that, prior to 1800, virtually the entire Ezekiel Cavender family had moved to South Carolina and Georgia and, in the 1800 census for the Pendleton District of South Carolina, Ezekiel Cavender, Clemeth Cavender ("Clemith Cavender"?) and James Cavender families were living next door to each other. However, there are others who suggest he may have been the son of on of the two George Washington Cavenders in Walton County, Georgia. Note also that George Cavenah (“George Cavender”?) married Catherine Miles on November 9, 1806, and Issac C. Cavender and Susannah Tagert named a daughter “Catherine”. 135, 295, 296, 297, 306, 309, 349 & 355







ISAAC C. CAVENDER line (1816 - ? )
Isaac C. Cavender ("Isaac H. Cavender"?, "Isaac Cavender", "Issac Cavender"?, "Isaac Cavinah"?, “I.C. Cavender”? & "Isaac Cavenah"?) was born about 1816 in the Georgia/Mississippi Territory, served in Capt. Levi English English Texas RangerTroop, died October 15, 1860 in Atacosa County, Texas, and is buried at Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas. His Last Will and Testament was probated September 29, 1862 in Atascosa County, Texas and he named his heirs as C.W. Cavender (“George Washington Cavender”? & “ G.W. Cavender”), Green R. Cavender (“Green Cavender” & “G.R. Cavender”), Thomas J. Cavender (“Thomas Cavender” & “T.J. Cavender”), Catherine S. Cavender (“Catherine Cavender” & “C.S. Cavender”), Francis E. Cavender (“Francis Cavender” & “F.E. Cavender”), John F. Cavender (“John Cavender” & “J.F. Cavender”), Isaac H. Cavender (“Isaac Cavender” & “I.H. Cavender”), S.A. Cavender, and his wife Susan A. Cavender (“Susan Cavender”, Susannah A.. Cavender? & “S.A. Cavender”).

It is of interest to note that his son, Thomas Jefferson Cavender (“Thomas Cavender”, “Thomas J. Cavender” & “T.J. Cavender”) stated in the 1880 census that his father was born in Mississippi, whereas another son, George Washington Cavender (“George Cavender”, “George W. Cavender” & “G.W. Cavender”) listed an unknown location of the birth of his father. It is also of interest to note that a John F. Cavender (“John Cavender” & “J.F. Cavender”) was listed in the 1823 Hinds County, Mississippi tax list, and that the above Isaac Cavender had a son likewise named John F. Cavender. Thus, there is a possibility that John F. Cavender was the father of Isaac Cavender.

It is of further interest to note that in the 1850 census for Hinds County, Mississippi,the household of Isaac Cavender was listed as follows; Isaac Cavinah, a farmer are 34 and born in Georgia about 1816; Susan Cavinah age 32 and born in Tennessee about 1818; Ellen Kennard (“Elleanor Kennard” & “Elinor Kennard”) age 15 and born in Mississippi about 1835 (actually, January 13, 1835); James N. Kennard (“James Kennard”) age 13 and born in Mississippi about 1837 (actually February 26, 1837); Isaac Cavinah age 13 and born in Mississippi about 1837; Norvill Kennard (“Norvell Grandbury Kennard” & “Norvell Kennard”) age 11 and born in Mississippi about 1839; George Cavinah age 11 and born in Mississippi about 1839; Helen Kennard age 9 and born in Mississippi about 1841; Green Cavinah age 9 and born in Mississippi about 1841; Thomas Cavinah age 7 and born in Mississippi about 1843; Susan Cavinah age 5 and born in Mississippi about 1845; and, Frances Cavinah age 3 and born in Mississippi about 1847. In the 1860 census, the Cavinah surnames were spelled “Cavender”.

In any event, Isaac Cavender moved to Rankin County, Mississippi before October 1835 when he was 19 years old, based upon the listing in the Rankin County, Mississippi Tract Book, as then owning 2 parcels (“lots”) of land: one lot of 81 acres was purchased on October 24, 1835 for the sum of $101.43; and another parcel of 40 acres which was purchased on January 17, 1835 for $50.03.

By some accounts, he first married widowed Mrs. Susannah Leggett on November 24, 1836 in Rankin County, Mississippi, and who was previously married to a James Westland Leggett (“James W. Leggett”& “James Leggett”) and had children by that marriage by the names of: John Wesley Leggett (“John Leggett”), William Ashbury Leggett (“William Leggett”) and Sarah Elizabeth Leggett (“Sarah Leggett”). By other accounts, he first married widow Mrs. Susannah Tagert on November 24, 1836 in Rankin County, Mississippi and whose prior husband, Jacob Tagert, died about October 1834 and Susannah Tagert then moved to Rankin County, Mississippi and bought property there under the name Susannah Tigot.

Isaac C. Cavender later married widowed Mrs. Susan Ann Kennard (“Susan Kennard”), born Susan Ann Tomblin (“Susan Tomblin”, “Susannah Tomblin”?, "Susan Tomlin"?), on either November 7, 1846 or on November 11, 1846 in Madison County, Mississippi, and then moved with his father and his family to a place along Galvan Creek in Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas about 1850 and which was located half way between Leming, Atascosa County, Texas and Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas. Susan Ann Tomlin was born February 11, 1813 in Tennessee, first married Joseph King Kennard (“Joseph Kennard”) in May 1833 in Davidson County, Tennessee, died May 24, 1873 in Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas, and is buried in Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas. In her Last Will and Testament, Susan Ann Cavender named her children as: James N. Kinnard (“James N. Kennard” & “James Kennard”), Norval Kennard, Elenor E. Rambie (“Elenor Rambie” & “Eleanor Rambie”) who first married Aaron Rambie and later married William J. McCullough (“William McCullough”), Frances Johnson, John F. Cavender (“John Cavender” & “J.F. Cavender”), and Isaac H. Cavender (“Isaac Cavender” & “I.H. Cavender”).

It is of interest to note that in 1870, the household of Susan Cavender included Tinealea Cavender a 62 year old female black cook born in Tennessee, Barlet Cavender a 19 year old black laborer, an unknown Cavender a13 year old mulatto born in Texas, and F.C. Cavender an 11 year old mulatto born in Texas..

Joseph Kennard (“Joseph Kinnard”?) was born December 28, 1802 in Mississippi?, and died January 4, 1845 in Hinds County, Mississippi.

Susannah Tegat (“Susannah Leggett”?, “Susannah Tigot”? &”Susannah Tagert”?) is recorded in the Rankin County, Mississippi Tract Book as owning a lot of 159 acres which was purchased for $99. 45 on December 22, 1834.

Susannah Tegat (“Susannah Leggett”?) and Isaac Cavender had 5 children of their own, in addition to the children from her first marriage.

Susan A. Cavender ("Susan Cavender" & "Susannah Cavender"?) may be the Susan A. McCulloch ("Susan McCulloch" & "Susannah McCulloch"?) who was born in Tennessee on February 12, 1818 in Tennessee, died on May 24, 1873, and is buried with her husband in Poteet, Atacosa County, Texas. On November 7, 1846, a power of attorney was given to a Hanes Robert by Isaac Cavender. In this document is listed the children of James Tegat and Susannah Tegat, as well as the children as those of Isaac Cavender and Susannah and was probably prepared for the purpose of leaving the Tegat children behind when Isaac and Susan went to Texas. Isaac Cavender settled in Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas about 1850, and died October 15, 1860 in Atascosa County, Texas, and is buried in the Poteet Cemetery in Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas. It is also of interest to note that the appraisal of the estate of Isaac Cavender was filed in Atascosa, Texas on September 30, 1862.

In the 1860 census for Atascosa County, Texas, then living in the household of an Issac Cavender were: Issac Cavender, ("Isaac Cavender"?) age 44 and thus born about 1816 in Georgia; his wife Susan A. Cavender ("Susan Cavender" & “S.A. Cavender”), apparently formerly Susan A. McCulloch, ("Susan McCulloch"), who was then age 42 and was born in Tennessee about 1818, together with the following children then living at home: Frances Elizabeth Cavender ("Frances Cavender", “F.E. Cavender” & "Francis Cavender") age 13 and born in Mississippi about 1847; J.F. Cavender, age 10 and born in Mississippi about 1850; Isaac H. Cavender(“Issac Cavender” & “ I.H. Cavender”) age 5 and born in Texas about 1855; Susan Cavender, age 3 and born in Texas about 1857; and, W.J. McCulloch Cavender ("W.J. Cavender") a male age 2 and born in Texas about 1858. Also living in the same household was Elinor McCulloch age 25, born in Mississippi about 1835, and apparently the daughter of Susan McCulloch ("Susannah McCulloch" & Susanna McCulloch”) by her previous marriage, and James A. Rinard age 23 and born in Mississippi. Susannah Cavender was previously married to James Westland Leggett (“James Leggett”, "James Tegat", “James Taggert”?, “James Tagert”? & "James Tygrit"?) who had children by her previous marriage. Susan Tomlin and Joseph Kennard had 5 children: Elinor Kennard (“Eleanor Kennard”?) born January 13, 1835 in Mississippi, and died September 3, 1914 in San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas; James N. Kennard (“James Kennard”) born February 26, 1837 in Mississippi, and died July 30, 1882 in Crown, Atascosa County, Texas; Helen Kennard born about 1841, married W.J. Cook who was born about 1858 in South Carolina; and Charles Henry Kennard (“Charles Kennard”) born about 1843.

By his first marriage, Isaac Cavender and Susannah Tagert Cavender (“Susannah Cavender”) had the following 5 children:

(i) Isaac H. Cavender ("Issac H. Cavender", "Issac Cavender"?, “I.H. Cavender” & "Isaac Cavender") born about 1837 in Mississippi, moved with his father’s family to Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas about 1850, and married Ella J. Twilley ("Ell Twilley" & “Eli Twilley”?) on September 2, 1874 in Atascosa County, Texas and who is said to be an Cherokee Indian maiden, and was living in Bosque County, Texas in 1800 according the the census records;

(ii) George Washington Cavender ("George Cavender", “G.W. Cavender” & “George W. Cavender”) who was born March 31, 1838 in Rankin County, Mississippi, and about 1850, moved with his father’s family to a point east of Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas, more specifically to a place along Galvan Creek in Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas which was located half way between Leming, Atascosa County, Texas and Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas. He enlisted on January 2, 1860 in the Texas Rangers Mounted Volunteers (“Maria Grays for home defence of Karnes City”) and was in the same Company as his brother, Green R. Cavender (“Green Cavender” & “G.R. Cavender”), who enlisted on June 18, 1861 and who may have been born about 1837 according to the 1856 list for Davis County, Iowa. George Washington Cavender (“George Cavender”) served from 1862 until the end of the War in various Texas units and was discharged near Houston, Texas in May 1865.

George Washington Cavender married Mary Jane Middlebrook ("Mary Middlebrook") on November 11, 1860 in Karnes County, Texas when she was 16 years of age and he was 23 years of age, and he died June 10, 1918 in Uvalde, Texas. Mary Middlebrook was born in June 1845 in Trinity River, Campos, Texas to Izban Middlebrook and Jane, and she died March 17, 1925, just short of her 81th. birthday, in the home of her son Isaac Ibzan in Uvalde, Uvalde County, Texas, and is buried in Carrizo Springs, Dimmit County, Texas. Mary Jane Cavender (“Mary Cavender”, “M.J. Cavender” & “Mary J. Cavender”) received a Confederate pension from May 26, 1909 to February 3, 1919 for her husband’s service during the Indian Wars in 1858 and 1859 and both George Cavender and his wife, Mary Jane, received a pension based on his service to the Confederate States of America.

Like his father, George Washington Cavender raised livestock and perhaps some cotton, and was elected as one of the first County Commissioners of Dimmit County, Texas in December 1880, the year the county was first organized, and was a charter member of the Masonic Lodge in Carrizo Springs. He died in his home on in Uvalde, Uvaldel County, Texas on June 10, 1918 at the age of 81 and his body was sent back to Carrizo Springs to be buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Carrizo Springs, Dimmit County, Texas and near his daughter Viola Cavender who had just died in 1917 and his son who has also just died in 1917. It is of interest to note that in the 1850 census records of Rankin County, Mississippi he was listed as being 11 years of age and his name was spelled George Cavinah. George Cavender and Mary Cavender had 9 children:

George Galloway Cavender (“George Cavender” & “G.G. Cavender”) born September 6, 1861 in Dimmit County, Texas, married Mary Ellie Burton (“Mary Burton” & “Mary Ella Burton”?) on December 2, 1885 in Dimmit County, Texas, and died in April 1929 in Alpine, Brewster County, Texas. Mary Burton was born in October 1858 in Texas. George Cavender and Mary Cavender had 6 children:

Loma Cavender born May 22, 1888 in Dimmit County, Texas, married Thomas Franklin Skevington, Sr. (“Thomas Skevington”) on June 11, 1907 in Dimmit County, Texas, died May 8, 1966 in El Paso, Texas. Thomas Skevington and Loma Skevington had 3 children:



Thomas Franklin Skevington, Jr. (“Thomas Skevington”) born January 13, 1909 in Dimmit County, Texas, and married Thelma Floyd. Thomas Skevington and Thelma Skevington had 2 children:

Judy Carolyn Skevington (“Judy Skevington”) born October 1, 1943 in El Paso, Texas; and,

Patricia Ann Skevington (“Patricia Skevington”) born January 23, 1932 in Reeves County, Texas;

George Cavender Skevington (“George Skevington”) born September 21, 1911 in Dimmit County, Texas, and married Jean Dascomb Arnold (“Jean Arnold”). George Skevington and Jean Skevington had 2 children;

Cynthia Skevington born January 10, 1942 in Brewster County, Texas; and,

Katherine Skevington born August 19, 1943 in Brewster County, Texas;and,

Ethel Loma Skevington (“Ethel Skevington”) born June 24, 1913 in Dimmit County, Texas;

Belle Cavender born February 14, 1890 in Dimmit County, Texas, and married Ira Edward O’Meara (“Ira O’Meara”) on June 16, 1909 in Dimmit County, Texas. Ira O’Meara was born in November 1887, died about 1966, and is buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Carrizo Springs, in Dimmit County, Texas;

Cora Cavender born in November 1892 in Texas, married William Joshua Barker (“William Barker”) on September 20, 1910 in Dimmit County, Texas and who was born in July 1887 in Texas and died about 1938 and is buried in Mt. Hope Cemetery in Carrizo Springs, Dimmit County, Texas;

Mary Elliene Cavender (“Mary Cavender” & “M.E. Cavender”) born October 26, 1894 in Dimmit County, Texas;

Fletcher Cavender born in October 1896 in Texas; and,

Clifton Cavender born in February 1899;

Isaac Ibzen Cavender (“Isaac Cavender” & “I.I. Cavender”) born October 8, 1865 in Hayes County, Texas, married Judith Matilda Lamkin (“Judith Lamkin”) on February 10, 1888 in Dimmit County, Texas, and died July 24, 1940 in California. Judith Lamkin was born September 15, 1867 in Gonzales County, Texas, was the daughter of Justice of the Peace Abner Lampkin, and died in January 1901 in Carrizo Springs, in Dimmit County, Texas. Isaac Cavender and Judith Cavender had 6 children:

Gracia Cavender born February 9, 1889 in Texas;

Fannie D. Cavender (“Frances D. Cavender”?, “Fannie Cavender”, “Frances Cavender”? & “F.D. Cavender, born July 22, 1890 in Texas;

Carrie Cavender born in June 1891 in Texas;

Isaac Ibb Cavender (“Isaac Cavender”, “Isaac J. Cavender”?, “I.I. Cavender” & I.J. Cavender”?) born on either December 1, 1892 or in December 1894 in Texas;

George Washington Cavender (“George Cavender” & “G.W. Cavender”) born in June 1896 in Texas; and,

Nanie M. Cavender (“Nanie Cavender”, N.M. Cavender” & “Mollie Cavender”?) born December 3, 1897 in Carrizo Springs, in Dimmit County, Texas, and died August 9, 1978; and,

Jennie Elizabeth Cavender (“Jennie Cavender” & “J.E. Cavender”) born about 1868 in Hayes County, Texas;

Susanna Cavender (“Susan Cavender”? & “Susannah Cavender”) born about 1870 in Hayes County, Texas;

James Bird Cavender (“James Cavender” & “J.B. Cavender”) born October 2, 1870 in Dimmit County, Texas, married Maude Cobb in Encinal, Texas on November 7, 1896 in Encinal, Texas when she was age 19 and he was age 24. Maude Cobb was born November 5, 1877 in Gonzales, Texas, and died on May 19, 1959 in Corpus Cristi, Texas. James Cavender became the Sheriff of Sierra Blanca, El Paso County, Texas (now Seirra blanca, Hudspeth County, Texas) and also ran a store in Sierra Blanca, El Paso County, Texas. In addition to being Sheriff, he also ran a store in Sierra Blanca. Store deliveries were made by mule-drawn wagon which he and his mother, Mary Jane Cavender (“Mary Cavender”) were thrown out of the wagon when the mule was frightened by a train.

James Bird Cavender was probably given the name “Bird” by his mother who had both a brother and an uncle named James Bird Middlebrook.

From about 1914-1918, James Cavender ran a store in Orange, New Mexico (now a ghost town)where he died in the flu epidemic of 1918.His body was wrapped in a mattress and brought back to Sierra Blanca where he was buried with Masonic rites, leaving 7 young children and one on the way. The 8 children of James Cavender and Mary Cavender were:

J.B. Cavender born about 1916;

Woodrow Wilson Cavender (“Woodrow Cavender”, “W.W. Cavender”) and “Woodie Cavender;

Bess Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender”?);

Laura Cavender;

Dixie Cavender;

Jacque Cavender;

Mary George Cavender (“Mary Cavender” & “M.G. Cavender”); and,

Willie D. Cavender (“Willie Cavender”, “William D. Cavender”? & “W.D. Cavender;

Thomas A. Cavender (“Thomas Cavender” & “T.A. Cavender”) born about 1875 in Atascosa County, Texas; and,

Willie D. Cavender (“William D. Cavender”?, “William Cavender”?, Willie Cavender” & “W.D. Cavender”) born July 15, 1876 in Atascosa County, Texas, died May 5, 1917 in Dimmit County, Texas, and is buried in the Mt. Hope Cemetery in Carrizo, Dimmit County, Texas;

(iii) Green R. Cavender (“Green Cavender”, “Greene Cavender”? & “G.R. Cavender”) born about 1841 in Mississippi, moved with his father’s family to Poteet, Atascosa County, Texas about 1850, served from December 2, 1859 to February 10, 1860 in the Texas Rangers Frontier Battalion and served in the same Company as his brother, George W. Cavender (“George Cavender”) and which was commanded by Capt. Peter Tumlinson (“Peter Tomlinson”?). On March 14, 1859, he bought lots 7 and 97 in Pleasanton, Altacosa County, Texas for $40, and is listed in the 1860 census for Leon County, Texas;


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