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Rowen Michael Anderson ("Rowen Anderson") born December 3, 1966 in Indiana, and died on February 23, 1984 in North Carolina at the age of 18.

James Anderson and Betty Anderson had an adopted daughter named:



Lisa Marie Anderson ("Lisa Anderson") born on April 27, 1961 in Georgia, first married Timothy Cook on June 17, 1983, and later married Randy Fingeroot ("Randall Fingeroot"?). Randy Fingeroot and Lisa Fingeroot had a son named:

Alex Fingeroot ("Alexander Fingeroot"?) born in 1996;



Constance Ione Cavender ("Constance Cavender") born on September 26, 1913 in Oak Park, Illinois, in 1935 graduated from the University of Michigan and later obtained a Masters Degree from University of California in Berkley, California, married Louis Evans who was born on November 19, 1919 in Chicago, Illinois and had no children, and later resided in Escondido, California;

Elizabeth Mills Cavender ("Elizabeth Cavender") born November 24, 1914 in Oak Park, Illinois, who first married Donald W. Peters ("Donald Peters") in 1937 in Oak Park, Illinois and who graduated from Columbia University in 1956 with a degree in Education, later married Edward Nathaniel Lindgren ("Edward Lindgren") on July 12, 1963 in New York, New York, died on October 19, 1987 in Estes Park, Colorado at the age of 82 years, and is buried on the Andrews family property in Estes Park, Colorado. Edward Lindgren was born on March 23, 1896, and died on August 18, 1988 in Escondido, California. Donald Peters and Elizabeth Peters had 2 children:

Gale Elizabeth Peters ("Gale Peters") born on November 12, 1938 in Oak Park, Illinois, in 1956 graduated from the University of Michigan, died on October 31, 1973 in New York, New York, and is buried with her grandmother in the Gillespie-Evergreen Cemetery in Brevard, North Carolina; and,

Andrea Jeanne Peters ("Andrea Peters") born on July 25, 1943 in Oak Park, Illinois, married Byron K. Andrews ("Andy Andrews"? & "Byron Andrews") on March 6, 1980 in Homestead, Florida. Andy Andrews was born on June 23, 1937, was the son of Harley Oscar Andrews ("Harley Andrews") who was born on May 10, 1889 in Kankakee, Illinois when the family was passing through with a gypsy caravan and Myrtle Viola Place ("Myrtle Place") who was born on November 24, 1898 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died about 1972 in South Bend, Indiana. Byron Andrews and Andrea Andrews had a child named:

Cavender Asher Andrews ("Cavender Andrews") born on October 3, 1981in Estes Park, Colorado; and,

Alice Clarissa Cavender ("Alice Cavender") born November 10, 1921 in Oak Park, Illinois, graduated in 1943 from the University of Michigan, married David Alexander Badenoch, Jr. ("David Bradenoch") on November 20, 1943 in San Francisco, California, and lived in Salem, North Carolina, and was a high school teacher. David Badenoch was born on November 28, 1919 in Evanston, Illinois, was the son of David A. Badenoch, Sr. ("David Badenoch") born on November 21, 1883 in Chicago, Illinois and died on June 1, 1938 in Chicago, Illinois and is buried in the Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois and Grace Digby Byrne ("Grace Byrne") born on June 4, 1882 in Chicago, Illinois, died on October 13, 1962 in Burlington, Wisconsin, and is buried in the Burlington Cemetery. In 1942, David Badenoch, Jr. graduated from the University of Michigan and later received a Masters Degree from the University of Chicago, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II in the Pacific Theater, died on February 19, 1996, and is buried in the Evergreen-Gillespie Cemetery in Brevard, North Carolina. David Badenoch, Sr. was born on November 21, 1883 in Chicago, Illinois, died on June 1, 1939 in Chicago, Illinois, and is buried in the Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago, Illinois. Grace Byrne was born on June 4, 1882 in Chicago, Illinois, died on October 13, 1962 in Burlington, Wisconsin, and is buried in the Burlington Cemetery in Burlington, Wisconsin. David Badenoch and Alice Badenoch had 4 children:

Ann Louise Badenoch ("Ann Badenoch") born on October 5, 1948 in Oak Park, Illinois, graduated in 1978 from the University of California in Irvine, California, and married James Christopher Hayes ("James Hayes") on July 13, 1974 in San Jose, California. James Hayes was born on November 29, 1934 in Pernambuco, Brazil, was the son of Arnold Hayes and Helen Ford. Arnold Hayes was born on July 7, 1893 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was the son of Marcellus T. Hayes ("Marcellus Hayes") and Willie Kate Chisholm ("Willie Chisholm"), became a Baptist missionary, and died on September 8, 1982 in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Helen Ford was born on August 23, 1895 in Fordsville, Kentucky, was the daughter of John William Ford ("John Ford") and Martha Custis Bruner ("Martha Bruner") a Baptist Missionary. Apparently James Hayes and Ann Hayes had no children;

Jean Marie Badenoch ("Jean Badenoch") born March 1, 1950 in Oak Park, Illinois, graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a degree in Graphic Designing, married James Edwin Veith ("James Veith") on September 5, 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio. James Veith was born on December 4, 1948 in Perrysburg, Ohio, was the son of Paul Edwin Veith ("Paul Veith") and Velma Claudia Swartz ("Velma Swartz"), and graduated in 1971 from the University of Cincinnati with a Masters Degree in Civil/Soil Engineering. Paul Vieth was born on July 29, 1914 in Upper Sandusky, Ohio and Velma Swartz was born on December 19, 1914 in Lime City, Ohio. James Veith and Jean Veith had a son named:

Brian Christopher Veith ("Brian Veith") born on April 26, 1975 in Cincinnati, Ohio;

Jill Byrne Badenoch ("Jill Badenoch") born June 12, 1952 in Elmhurst, Illinois, and married John Calvin Rose ("John Rose") on August 4, 1974 in Greenville, South Carolina. John Rose was an adopted son of Donald Harding Rose ("Donald Rose") and Gertrude Rachel DuBois ("Gertrude DuBois"), was born on July 27, 1951, and graduated from Furman & Clemson University with a Masters Degree in Business Administration. Donald Rose is believed to have been born on November 5, 1920 in Big Timber, Minnesota, and became a Baptist minister. Gertrude DuBois was born on July 14, 1922 in Utica, Michigan and died in December 1994. John Rose and Jill Rose had 2 children:

Bryn Erin Rose ("Bryn Rose") born on January 6, 1980 in Greenville, South Carolina; and,

Amanda Kate Rose ("Amanda Rose") born on December 15, 1982 in Greenville, South Carolina; and,

John Byrne Badenoch ("John Badenoch") born on July 1, 1955 in Oak Park, Illinois, first married Mary Waddell on March 5, 1977, and later married Kay Kendall Smith ("Kay Smith") on November 2, 1985. Kay Smith was born on December 30, 1957 in Richmond, Virginia, and was the daughter of Gerald Edward Smith ("Gerald Smith") who was born on August 15, 1930 in Altus, Oklahoma and Ruth Jackson-Lacy who was born on December 19, 1930 in La Grange, Georgia. John Badenoch and Mary Badenoch had an adopted daughter named:

Adrienne Brooke Badenoch ("Adrienne Badenoch") born on June 17, 1978 in Greenville, South Carolina, and married Wesley Pellum on July 12, 1997 in Yuma, Arizona while he was in the United States Marine Corps. Wesley Pellum and Adrienne Pellum had a daughter named:

Kayla Jade Pellum ("Kayla Pellum") born on December 6, 1997;

John Badenoch and Kay Badenoch had 2 children:

Kegan Clarissa Badenoch ("Kegan Badenoch") born May 23, 1987 in Greenville, South Carolina; and,

Blythe Noel Badenoch ("Blythe Badenoch") born December 26, 1990 in Greenfield, South Carolina;

William Horace Cavender ("William Cavender", “W.H. Cavender” & "Wilson Cavender"?) born either on February 22, 1828 or on February 21, 1828424 in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, in 1835 moved with his parents to Michigan, in 1850 moved with his parents to California in the "gold rush", returned to Michigan in 1854, married Portia Artilla Steel (“Portia Steel” & “Portia Steele”?) on April 27, 1856 in Pennsylvania, moved to Texas in 1865 and drove back with a herd of longhorn cattle to sell in Chicago, Illinois and later settled in Bird's Bridge, Troy Township, Will County, Illinois, in 1868 resided in Channalion Township, Illinois, died April 25, 1901 in Joliet, Illinois, and is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery in Joliet, Illinois. Portia Steel was born on November 11, 1841 in Herkimer County, New York, and died on either December 20, 1880 or on December 5, 1920. The children of William Cavender and Artilla Cavender were:

Frances Emiline Cavender ("Frances Emaline Cavender"?, “F.E. Cavender” & "Frances Cavender”) born on January 26, 1858, died about October 13, 1907, and is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery in Joliet, Illinois;

Dora Eleanor Cavender ("Dora Cavender" & “D.E. Cavender”) born on December 9, 1859, and died on October 10, 1882;

Libbie May Cavender ("Libbie Cavender" & “L.M. Cavender”) born on October 11, 1863, and died on June 1, 1949;

Mary Antoinette Cavender ("Mary Cavender" & “M.A. Cavender”) born on March 18, 1866;

Emma Clyde Cavender ("Emma Cavender" & “E.C. Cavender”) born on February 20, 1870, and died on June 3, 1949;

Sinclare S. Cavender ( “Sinclare Cavender”, "Sinclair Cavender"? & “S.S. Cavender”) born on May 7, 1872, first married Flora A. Rowedder (“Flora Rowedder” & “Barbara Rowedder”) on November 1, 1899 in Kankakee County, Illinois, later married Myrtle Howard in 1909, and died in May 1945. Flora Cavender died about 1905. Barbara Rowedder was born on May 28, 1879, and died on December 5, 1905. Sinclare Cavender and Flora Cavender had 3 children:

Belle Cavender;

Helen Cavender; and,

Arletta Cavender who married Ralph Elliot (“Ralph Elliott”?) about 1926, and died in 1987;

Sinclare Cavender and Barbara Rowedder Cavender (“Barbara Cavender”) had 3 children:



Belle Margaret Cavender (“Belle Cavender”) born on December 25, 1899 born on December 25, 1899, married Carl Rediske, and died about 1965. Carl Rediske and Bell Cavender Rediske (“Belle Rediske”) had 3 children:

Betty Belle Rediske (“Elizabeth Belle Rediske”? & “E.B. Rediske”) born on June 10, 1920;

Muriel June Rediske (“Muriel Cavender”) born on June 30, 1921;

Arthur Clair Rediske (“Arthur Rediske”) born on April 6, 1923;

Helen Louise Cavender (“Helen Cavender” & “H.L. Cavender”) born on February 22, 1901, married a Yunek, and died before 1987; and,

Arletta Frances Cavender (“Arletta Cavender” & “A.F. Cavender”) born on October 13, 1902, married Ralph R. Elliott (“Ralph Elliott”) who was born in November 1904, and died on May 1, 1987. Ralph Elliott and Arletta Cavender Elliott (“Arletta Elliott”) had 4 children:

Ralph C. Elliott (“Ralph Elliott”);

Donald D. Elliott (“Donald Elliott”);

Leonard K. Elliott (“Leonard Elliott”); and,

an unknown infant Elliott; and,

Anna Belle Cavender ("Anna Cavender" & “A.B. Cavender”) born on May 26, 1875 and married Charles Elliott who was born about 1875. Charles Elliott and Anna Elliott (“Belle Elliott”) had 3 children:

Alice M. Elliott (“Alice Elliott”) born about 1902;

Horace W. Elliott (“Horace Elliott”) born about 1905; and,

Elsie M. Elliott (“Elsie Elliott”) born about 1912;

Robert Harvey Cavender ("Robert Cavender" & “R.H. Cavender”) born either on February 2, 1830 or on February 9, 1830424 in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and died at the age of 7 years;

Eleanor Jane Cavender ("Eleanor Cavender" & “E.J. Cavender”) born on July 25, 1832 and died 21 days later;

Eleanor Jane Cavender ("Eleanor Cavender" & “E.J. Cavender”) born on March 11, 1835 in Canandagua, Michigan, and died at the age of 5 years; and,

Mary Antoinette Cavender ("Mary Antonette Cavender", “Mary A. Cavender”, "Mary Cavender", "Antonette Cavender", “M.A. Cavender” & "Martha Cavender") born November 1, 1837 in Canandagua, Michigan, married Duncan Sinclair, and died February 6, 1880 at the age of 42 years. Duncan Sinclair died on February 11, 1880 in Chicago, Illinois. Duncan Sinclair and Mary Sinclair had 2 children:

Horace Sinclair born in Chicago, Illinois; and,

Roger Sinclair born in Chicago, Illinois;

Eleanore Jane Cavender (“Eleanore Cavender” & “Eleanor Cavender”?) born on May 11, 1839, and died on April 25, 1840;

(6) Charles Cavender, Jr. born April 13, 1794 in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, first married Mary Calista Nahor ("Mary Nahor") of Hancock, New Hampshire on March 26, 1818, later married Hannah Hopkins on July 6, 1822 after the death of his first wife who was the sister to Eleanor Nahor who married William Cavender, still later married an "English Lady" named Ann who was born in Georgia about 1803, still later married Mrs. Lese King (“Lisa King”) in Macoupin County, Illinois, still later married a Lavinia, in 1850 was living in Macoupin County, Illinois, died November 1, 1877 in either Bunker Hill, Macoupin County, Illinois424 or in Gillespie, Macoupin County, Illinois at the age of 84, and is buried in the Wheeler Cemetery north west of Gillespie, Macoupin County, Illinois. The date of birth of Charles Cavender, Jr. is verified by bible entries in the possession of his brother, William Charles Cavender (“William C. Cavender”), and were apparently entered on January 12, 1809 in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Mary Nahor was born September 29, 1796 in Litchfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, was the daughter of David Nahor and Ester Peabody, died July 30, 1821, and is buried in the Pine Ridge Cemetery in Hancock, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. Hannah Hopkins was born about 1782? in Atrim, New Hampshire, was the daughter of Boyd Hopkins (1755-1794), and died September 29, 1834 at the age of 42. Charles Cavender, Jr. first settled in New Hampshire near a place known as "J.C. Towne", removed from there to Hancock, New Hampshire, from there to Antrim, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire about 1828, from there to Northfield, New Hampshire about 1835. In November 1839 he and his brother, John Cavender and his wife, traveled on horseback from Boston, Massachusetts to what is now known as Bunker Hill, Illinois near St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri and where his brother, John Cavender, subsequently became a merchant and laid out the town of Bunker Hill, Illinois and where he bought land and farmed there until 1851 and where he also died.

According to the 1850 census for Macoupin County, Illinois, the Charles Cavender family then comprised: Charles Cavender age 56 and born in New Hampshire; Ann Cavender age 47 and born in Georgia about 1803; C.C. Cavender age 20 and born in New Hampshire about 1830; and, Loueasy Cavender ("Louisa Cavender"?) age 16 and born in Illinois about 1834. From the above census data, it is assumed that Ann was Charles Cavender's third wife whom he married after he moved to Illinois. David N. Cavender ("David Cavender") was married in 1845 and probably then had his own household. Jane H. Cavender ("Jane Cavender" & “J.H. Cavender”) married in 1840 and was shown in the E.H. Davis household. C.C. Cavender is probably Charles Cummings Cavender ("Charles Cavender"). Since Loueasy Cavender is shown as being born in Illinois about 1834, she probably is a daughter of Ann by a previous marriage and had either been adopted by Charles Cavender or erroneously enumerated as such by the census taker.

Further information on the Charles Cavender family was extracted from an article written for the Bunker Hill newspaper by Edward H. Davis ("Edward Davis") on the golden wedding anniversary of Edward Davis and Jane Davis (formerly "Jane H. Cavender" & Jane Cavender") who were married on October 5, 1840:

"I first came to Bunker Hill in November 1839, in company with the late John Cavender, on horseback. I had previously traveled with Mr. and Mrs. Cavender from Boston to St. Louis, and they were very enthusiastic about the trip."

The sons of Charles Cavender and John Cavender were divided in the rebellion and they both were Colonels. The father of Mary Nahor was born and raised at Litchfield, New Hampshire, and at an early date settled in Hancock, New Hampshire. See above where it is stated that Charles Cavender moved from New Hampshire to the vicinity of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri where he died.417 Charles Cavender, Jr. and his first wife, Mary Cavender, had two children:



Caroline Cavender, born in Hancock, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire on either January 11, 1819417 & 424 or January 1, 1819,384 and died February 28, 1825; and,

David Nahor Cavender ("David Cavender") born April 19, 1821 in Hancock, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, first married Celestia Hovey in March 1845 in Macoupin County, Illinois and who died in January 1846, later married Elizabeth Jane Stockton ("Elizabeth Stockton") on November 12, 1849 in Madison County, Illinois, resided at Bunker Hill in Macoupin County, Illinois in 1850, died on November 14, 1899, and is buried in Bunker Hill, Illinois. When David Cavender was 17 years of age, he moved to Macoupin County, New Hampshire and first married Celestia Hovey ("Celeste Hovey") in either March 1845 or on November 12, 1849417 and who died the next January. Elizabeth Stockton was born July 12, 1828 in Stockton Valley in what was then Cumberland County, Kentucky and is now Clinton County, Kentucky. Stockton Valley received its name from Elizabeth Stockton's grandfather, Andrew Bertram, who settled there when that part of Kentucky was full of Indians and the nearest neighbor was 20 miles distant. Consequently, it was necessary to establish forts in which the settlers could take refuge in case of an Indian attack. Elizabeth Stockton's father, David Stockton, was born in Kentucky and married Elizabeth Bertram of North Carolinas and during the Revolutionary War, the Bertram family lived within a short distance of where the battle of Cowpens was fought. David Cavender moved to Gillespie Township in Bunker Hill County, Illinois in 1855 and was known as one of the prosperous and substantial farmers of that part of the country. The children of David Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender were:

John R. Cavender ("John Cavender" & “J.R. Cavender”) born November 13, 1849 in Bunker Hill Township, Macoupin County, Illinois and died young;

Frank W. Cavender ("Frank Cavender" & “F.W. Cavender) who died at the age of 2 years and 7 months;

Lucy E. Cavender ("Lucy Cavender") who married Stephen Grimes of Christian County and lived in Macoupin County, Illinois. Stephen Grimes and Lucy Grimes apparently had 3 children:

William Grimes;

Waiter Grimes; and

Ruth Grimes;

Celestia Jane Cavender ("Celestia Cavender") who married Robert A. Huddleston ("Robert Huddleston") of Gillespie Township;

Cornelia Cavender who died at the age of 7 months;

Ella M. Cavender ("Ella Cavender") who died at the age of 34 years;

Mary E. Cavender ("Mary Cavender") who married a Halpin and lived in Macoupin County, Illinois; and,

Maggie J. Cavender ("Maggie Cavender" & "Margaret Cavender") who died at the age of 3 years;

Charles Cavender and Hannah Hopkins Cavender had 3 children:



Jane H. Cavender ("Jane Cavender") born May 22, 1823 in Antrim, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, married Edward H. Davis ("Edward Davis") on October 5, 1840, and died on March 31, 1893;

Cummings Charles Cavender ("Cummings Cavender") who was born about 1830 in Hancock, New Hampshire, and married Loueasy Cavender ("Louisa Cavender"?) who was born about 1834 in Macoupin County, Illinois; and,

Calista Cavender ("Colista Cavender", "Lovedsy Cavender"?) who was born about 1834 in Macoupin County, Illinois and died about 1834. However, there was a Loueasy Cavender who was born about 1834 in Illinois listed in the 1850 census for Macoupin County, Illinois as then living in the household of Charles Cavender, Jr. However, it is suspected that she may have been the daughter of Charles Cavender's wife by a previous marriage and was adopted by Charles Cavender.

According to the 1850 census for Macoupin County, Illinois, the Charles Cavender, Jr. family comprised: Charles Cavender, age 56 and born in New Hampshire about 1794; Ann Cavender, age 47 and born in Georgia about 1803 and who probably is the third wife who he married after he moved to Illinois; C.C. Cavender, age 20 and born in New Hampshire about 1830; and Loueasy Cavender, age 16 and born in Illinois about 1834; and,



(7) John Cavender born July 15, 1796 in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, married Jane Smith in Peterborough, New Hampshire on either January 26, 1823 or on August 16, 1823424, lived for a spell at Franklin, New Hampshire where it is said he owned cotton factories, apparently he and his wife traveled by horseback with his brother, Charles Cavender, Jr., in November 1839 from Boston, Massachusetts to St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, was a merchant in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri and who laid out the town of Bunker Hill and where he bought land and farmed there until 1851. He later moved to Cahokia Township and died in the home of his son in St. Louis, Gillespie Township, Macoupin County, Missouri on either January 5, 1863279, 417 & 424 or on January 5, 1861. (some say October 30, 1877 384 & 386 ) at the age of 63?. Jane Smith was the daughter of John Smith and Margaret Steele, and died in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri. John Smith was born on April 10, 1754 in Peterborough, New Hampshire, and died on April 7, 1821 in Peterborough, New Hampshire. Margaret Steele died on September 30, 1839. The date of birth of John Cavender is verified by bible entries in the possession of his brother, William Charles Cavender (“William C. Cavender” & “W.C. Cavender”), and were apparently entered on January 12, 1809 in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. The children of John Cavender and Jane Cavender were:

General John Smith Cavender ("John Cavender", “J.S. Cavender” & “John S. Cavender”) born March 11, 1824, first married Mehitabel Chadwick on September 4, 1850 and who died on November 1, 1850, later married Lucinda M. Rogers ("Lucinda Rogers") of Stow, Massachusetts on July 25, 1854, was a Colonel on the Union Side in the Civil War in the 29th Missouri Infantry, apparently later became a General, was a member of the Missouri State Legislature, was a Missouri State Senator, and he died in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri on February 23, 1886. Apparently General John Cavender was wounded at Chickasaw Bluffs (December, 1862 at Vicksburg, Mississippi) and left service with the 29th not long after. It is said that Colonel John Smith Cavender and his brother Colonel Robert Smith Cavender (“Robert S. Cavender”) fought on opposite sides during the Civil War. John Smith Cavender and Lucinda Cavender had 4 children:

Colonel John Howard Cavender ("John Cavender", “J.H. Cavender” & “John H. Cavender”) born on May 15, 1855 in Watertown, Massachusetts, and married Effie H. Greenleaf ("Effie Greenleaf") on December 7, 1876. John Cavender and Effie Cavender had 2 children:

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