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Jeanette Chapman born on December 25, 1872 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, married Henry Edward Jones (“Henry Jones”) on July 4, 1896 died on December 20, 1945 in Vienna, Missouri, and is buried in the Vienna Cemetery. Henry Jones was born on February 11, 1873 in Ft. Recovery, Ohio, was the son of David Jones and Nancy Elizabeth Williams (“Nancy Williams), died on February 1, 1932 in Vienna, Missouri, and is buried with her husband. Henry Jones and Jeanette Jones had 9 children:

Stillborn Jones;

Stillborn Jones;

Frank Russell Jones (“Frank Jones”) born on April 12, 1897, and died on April 23, 1980;

Robert Leo Jones (“Robert Jones”) born on July 23, 1898, and died on February 8, 1930;

Homer Reeves Jones (“Homer Jones”) born on June 1, 1900 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, married Mary Margaret Shine (“Mary Shine”) on June 1, 1921 in Lexington, Illinois, died on February 4, 1972 in Seward, Illinois, and is buried in the Twelve Mile Grove Cemetery in Pecatonica, Illinois. Mary Shine was born on July 31, 1899 in Lexington, Illinois to Daniel Earl Shine (“Daniel Shine”) and Emma Frances Powell (“Emma Powell”), died on December 12, 1988 in Rockford, Illinois, and is buried with her husband. Homer Jones and Mary Jones had 9 children:

Everett Edwin Jones (“Everett Jones”) born on May 25, 1922, and died on December 27, 1991;

Glenn Franklin Jones (“Glenn Jones”) born on January 29, 1924, and died on March 14, 1924;

Charles Edward Jones (“Charles Jones”) born on October 8, 1925;

Roy Melvin Jones (“Roy Jones”) born on November 27, 1927 in Washington, Missouri, married Gertrude Anna Bergstrom (“Gertrude Bergstrom on May 7, 1955, died on July 6, 2000 in Caulfield, Missouri, and is buried in the Amy Union Cemetery in Caulfield, Missouri. Gertrude Bergstrom was born on September 20, 1924 in Rockford, Illinois to Robert Victor Bergstrom (“Robert Bergstrom”) and Ethel Winnifred Wolfe (“Ethel Wolfe”), died on April 19, 1993 in Caulfield, Missouri, and is buried with her husband. She had been previously married to David Lee Clearwater (“David Clearwater”)and had 1 child, and to Franklin James Lutz (“Franklin Lutz”) and also had 1 child. Roy Jones and Gertrude Jones had 5 children:

Susan Mary Jones (“Susan Jones”) born on December 22, 1955;

Carol Ann Jones (“Carol Jones”) born on November 7, 1957;

Charles Alan Jones (“Charles Jones”) born on April 2, 1959;

Nancy Lynne Jones (“Nancy Jones”) born on August 25, 1960; and,

Daniel Roy Jones (“Daniel Jones”) born on October 5, 1961;

Agnes Leona Jones (“Agnes Jones”) born on August 22, 1930;

Mary Catherine Jones (“Mary Jones”) born on November 2, 1932;

Gladys Arlene Jones (“Gladys Jones”) born on September 27, 1934;

William Howard Jones (“William Jones”) born on December 5, 1937; and,

Homer Leo Jones (“Homer Jones”) born on November 20, 1939;

Charles Elmer Jones (“Charles Jones”) born on October 19, 1902, and died on January 13, 1965;

Minerva Carolina Jones (“Minerva Jones”) born on February 7, 1905, and died on August 19, __?__;

Edward Jones born on September 13, 1906, and died on February 22, 1991; and,

Jeanetta Elizabeth Jones (“Jeanetta Jones”) born on July 2, 1911;

Mattie Jane Chapman (“Mattie Chapman”) born on August 11, 1872;

Samuel Reeves Chapman (“Samuel Chapman”) born on September 23, 1874;

Frank R. Chapman (“Frank Chapman”) born on August 5, 1877, married Etheldra Tiny Rice (“Etheldra Rice”) on January 30, 1901 in Pilot Knb, Washington County, Illinois, was a member of the Concord Baptist Church in Washington County, Illinois, later became a member of the Oak Grove Baptist Church in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois, died on March 8, 1959 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois at the age of 81 years, 7 months and 3 days, and is buried in the Oak Grove Baptist Cemetery in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois. Etheldra Rice was the daughter of Jeremiah Rice and Catherine Livesay, died at the age of 78 years, 2 months, and 12 days, and is buried with her husband. Frank Chapman and Etheldra Chapman (“Tiny Chapman”) had 5 children:

Jeanette Gertude Chapman (“Jenette Chapman”) born on December 23, 1901, and died in July 1980 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois;

Dow Ray Chapman (“Dow Chapman”) born on June 3, 1907, married Lucille Raney on September 5, 1949, and died on March 13, 1976 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois;

Frank Warn Chapman (“Frank Chapman”) born on May 14, 1913, married Violet Lucille Benedict (“Violet Benedict”) on May 20, 1933, and died on March 23, 1988 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois;

Iona May Chapman (“Iona Chapman”) born on May 1, 1918, and died on July 14, 1993 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois; and,

James Rice Chapman (“James Chapman”) born on January 14, 1921 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois, married Charleen Kay Sponce (“Charleen Sponce”) on July 11, 1947 in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois, became a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church in Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois about 1937. James Chapman had a son before marrying Charleen Sponce which was adopted out. His name was Bill Novak (“William Novak”) of Salom, Idaho, who married a Donna, and they had at least 5 children;

Mary A. Chapman (“Mary Chapman”) born on November 17, 1879;

Anna J. Chapman (“Anna Chapman” & “Ann Chapman”?) born on July 31, 1881 and married Cass Rice. The children of Cass Rice and Anna Rice were:

Earl Rice; and,

Marion Rice;

Alta L. Chapman (“Alta Chapman”) born on December 5, 1883;

Benjamin Steve Chapman (“Benjamin Chapman” & “Stephen Chapman”?) Born on June 16, 1886;

Howard C. Chapman (“Howard Chapman”) born on October 31, 1889; and,

Josephine M. Chapman (“Josephine Chapman”) born on April 20, 1892464;

Martha A. Cavender (“Martha Cavender” & “M.A. Cavender”) born about 1854, married J.D. Harris and lived in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois for 30 years;

Permelia E. Cavender (“Permelia Cavender”, “P.E. Cavender” & “Permellia Cavender”) born on February 8, 1857 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois;

Lucius G. Cavender (“Lucius Cavender”, “L.G. Cavender” & “Louis Cavender”?), a son born on August 15, 1865 eight miles south of Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, who went to Texas in 1887, married Sudie Rowe, and died January 12, 1906 in Ero, Cook County, Texas. Lucius Cavender and Sudie Cavender had at least 5 children; and,

Sarah L. Cavender (“Sarah Cavender”, “S.L. Cavender” & “Sallie Cavender”) born on June 13, 1867 in Nashville, Washington County, Illinois, married Hosea Poole, and died about 1943;

MARGARET CAVENDER (“Margrat Cavender”?) born in either Williamson County, Tennessee or Maury County, Tennessee about 1828, and in 1850 was then living in Lewis County, Tennessee. It is to be noted that Lewis County, Tennessee was formed from parts of the counties of Maury County, Tennessee, Hickman County, Tennessee, Wayne County, Tennessee, and Lawrence County, Tennessee in 1843. The particular section given to Lewis County, Tennessee by Maury County, Tennessee was returned to Maury County, Tennessee in 1852.;

SARAH CAVENDER ("Sally Cavender") born in either Williamson County, Tennessee or Maury County, Tennessee about 1830, and in 1850 was then living in Lewis County, Tennessee. It is to be noted that Lewis County, Tennessee was formed from parts of the counties of Maury County, Tennessee, Hickman County, Tennessee, Wayne County, Tennessee, and Lawrence County, Tennessee in 1843. The particular section given to Lewis County, Tennessee by Maury County, Tennessee was returned to Maury County, Tennessee in 1852.;

JOHN CALVIN CAVENDER (“J.C. Cavender”, “John C. Cavender” & “John Cavender”) born in Maury County, Tennessee on December 3, 1834. According to the 1850 census, it is believed that he was the listed 16 year named John Cavender who was then living in Maury County, Tennessee with the young family of Silas S. Cavender (“Silas Cavender” & “S.S. Cavender”) and his wife Permeila Cavender (“Pamelia Cavender”?, “Permellia Cavender” & “Pamela Cavender”?), but no children were listed for Silas Cavender. According to the 1860 census records, John Calvin Cavender was still living in Maury County, Tennessee in 1860 and also then living in his household was William Grimes age 25. Apparently, by the time John Calvin Cavender (“John Cavender”, “J.C. Cavender” & “John C. Cavender”) was 26 years of age he was considered quite wealthy as the 1860 census stated that he then owned land worth $6,600 and personal property worth $2,200 which was a significant amount of wealth in that day. In fact, he apparently paid cash for his property in Texas, which consisted of considerable acreage by 1878 in various locations with creeks running through them. At one time, one of the Cavender’s in Ellis County, Texas owned a cotton gin. John C. Cavender first married Elizabeth Adaline Ricketts (“Adaline Rickets”?, “Adeline Ruckers”?, “Elizabeth Ricketts” & “Adeline Ricketts”?) on January 5, 1854 in Maury County, Tennessee, later married Martha Ann Sanford (“Martha Sanford”, “Martha Samford” & “Martha Ann Samford”) on November 7, 1872 with Lewis W. Grimes (“Lewis Grimes”) performing the ceremony, and apparently still later married a Mary Crawford, died on August 2, 1902 in Ellis County, Texas one day after signing his Last Will and Testament and in which his name is consistently spelled “Cavendar”, and he is buried in the Sardis Cemetery in Ellis County, Texas. Martha Sanford was born in Maury County, Tennessee about 1850, died on September 1, 1895 in Ellis County, Texas, and is buried in the Sardis Cemetery in Ellis County, Texas where John Calvin Cavender was buried later. It is to be noted that in his Will, he bequeathed to his wife, M.H. Cavendar.

When the 1860 census was taken in the Maury County, Tennessee, a J.C. Cavender and was then listed as being 26 years of age and thus born about 1834. His wife at that time was listed as being E.A. Cavender, believed to be Elizabeth Adeline Cavender and formerly Elizabeth Adeline Ricketts (“Elizabeth Ricketts”, “Elizabeth Rickets”? & “Adaline Rickets”?) who was then also about 26 years of age and thus also born about 1834 in Maury County, Tennessee, and died in Maury County, Tennessee. The children of J.C. Cavender and E.A. Cavender were listed as: A.V. Cavender, a female, age and thus born about 1854; J.B. Cavender, a male, age 3 and born about 1857; and, J.G. Cavender, a female, age 8 months and born about 1860. Also listed as living in the same household was a William Grimes age 25 and thus born about 1835. It is believed that Adeline Rickets Cavender died in Maury County, Tennessee, as there is no mention of her in the Texas records.

John Calvin Cavender enlisted in the Confederate Army on November 30, 1861 in Company E of the 9th Battalion of the Tennessee Calvary, CSA, commanded by a Gaant. He was captured on May 23, 1864 at Resaca, Georgia and was held a prisoner of war in Rock Island, Illinois where he took an oath of allegiance to the Union on July 25, 1864 before the final Confererate surrender and, consquently, he was officially classified as a deserter.

John Calvin Cavender and his second wife Martha Sanford Cavender (“Martha Cavender”) had either 5 or 6 children. A Rev. Lewis Grimes performed their marriage ceremony and in 1880 a William Grimes was then living in the household of John Calvin Cavender and Martha Cavender. John Calvin Cavender still later married Mary Helen Crawford (“Mary Crawford”) in Ellis County, Texas on July 26, 1896 and they had no children. This may be the same J.C. Cavender who may have earlier married M.D. Templeton about 1879 in Texas. Mary Crawford was born in Maury County, Tennessee and for the previous 29 years prior to the date of her pension application, she had been living in Ellis County, Texas. On August 4, 1926, while living in Parker County, Texas, his third wife, Mary Helen Cavender (“Mary Cavender” & “M.H. Cavender”), applied for a Civil War Widow’s pension and stated that they had lived in Parker County, Texas for the past 29 years. which was denied because he had previously taken the oath of allegiance before the final Confederate surrender.

In the 1880 census, John Calvin Cavender was then living in Ellis County, Texas, and he died on August 2, 1902 in Ellis County, Texas.

John Calvin Cavender and his first wife, Elizabeth Ricketts Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender”), had 7 children:



JAMES FRANCIS CAVENDER (“James Cavender", “J.F. Cavender”, “James F. Cavender”, “Buck Cavender”) a son who was age 3 when the 1860 census was taken, and thus was born about 1857 in Maury County, Tennessee. James Francis Cavender first married S.E. Davis on September 5, 1872 in Maury County, Tennessee with James T. Hewert (“James Hewert”) performing the ceremonty, and apparently she died early as no children are known. James Francis Cavender later married Ittle Raines (“Itle Raines”? & “Ethel Ryan”?) in Ellis County, Texas on either December 15, 1879 or on December 16, 1879, died on January 3, 1900 at the age of 39, and is buried in the Midlothian Cemetery in Ellis County, Texas. Apparently, there is no tombstone for James Francis Cavender. However, it is to be noted that in the 1900 census for Ellis County, Texas, James F. Cavender (“James Cavender”) is listed as being born in Tennessee in 1857 and probably is the same person as the above James Francis Cavender (“James Cavender”). Ittle Raines was born about 1861, her family also migrated from Maury County, Tennessee to Ellis County, Texas, she died on January 3, 1900 at the age of 39 years, and is buried in either the Midlothian Cemetery or the Sardis Cemetery in Ellis County, Texas. James Cavender and Ittle Cavender had 6 children:499

Samuel Birty Cavender (“Samuel Cavender” & “S.B. Cavender”) born about 1883, married Ina May Wood (“Ina Wood”), and died on May 24, 1958;

Mary Ardeena Cavender (“Mary Cavender” & “M.A. Cavender”) born about 1885, married James Henry Mitchell (“James Mitchell”), and died on April 26, 1927;

Audie Cavender born about 1888;

Thomas Wilburn Cavender (“Thomas Wilburne Cavender”?, “Thomas Cavender” & “T.W. Cavender”) who was born on July 22, 1891, first married Edna Louise Jordan (“Edna Jordan”), later married Millie Belcher (“Mildred Belcher”), lived in Ellis County, Texas, died on February 5, 1941, and is buried in the Midlothian Cemetery in Ellis County, Texas. Edna Jordan was born on July 24, 1906, died on November 3, 1996, and is buried with her husband. Thomas Cavender and Edna Jordan Cavender (“Edna Cavender”) had 7 children:

Thomas Wilburn Cavender (“Thomas Cavender” & “T.W. Cavender”) who married Leta Beck;

Dorothy Louise Cavender (“Dorothy Cavender” & “D.L. Cavender”) who married Morris Glenn Reeves (“Morris Reeves”);

Margie LaJean Cavender (“Margie Cavender”, “Marjorie Cavender”? & “M.L. Cavender”) who married Jack Plummer (“John Plummer”);

Lavina Maxine Cavender (“Lavina Cavender” & “L.M. Cavender”) who married J.H. McGehee;

Lowell Wayne Cavender (“Lowell Cavender” & “L.W. Cavender”) who married Mary Hayes;

Jackie LaVaughn Cavender (“Jackie Cavender”, “Jacqueline Cavender”? & “J.L. Cavender”) born about 1932; and,

Jerry Don Cavender (“Jerry Cavender” & “J.D. Cavender”) born about 1936;

Thomas Cavender and Millie Belcher Cavender (“Millie Cavender” & “Mildred Cavender had 3 children:



Paula Frances Cavender (“Paula Cavender” & “P.F. Cavender”) born about 1911.

Clyda Cavender born about 1813, and died the same year; and,

Clyva Cavender born about 1813, and died the same year;

Ernest Calvin Cavender (“Ernest Cavender” & “E.C. Cavender”) born about 1893, married Lou Willie Deck (“Lou Deck”), and died on December 27, 1954; and,

Estella Maud Cavender (“Estella Cavender”, “Estelle Cavender”, “Maude Cavender”? & “E.M. Cavender”) who first married Tom Beckham (“Thomas Beckham”?), and later married Cecil Buxton;

LADONIA VIRGINIA CAVENDER (“Ladonia Cavender”, “Landonia V. Cavender”, “L.V. Cavender” & “Landonia Cavender”?) who was age 6 when the 1860 census was taken and thus was born in Maury County, Tennessee about 1854, and married John R. Vick (“John Vick”) on August 14, 1879 in Ellis County, Texas who later became a minister, and she died in Texas;432 & 499

IZORA GONZALES CAVENDER (“Izora Cavender”, “I.G. Cavender”? & “J.G. Cavender”?), a daughter who was age 8 months when the 1860 census was taken, and thus was born about 1859-1860 in Maury County, Tennessee. She first married L.F. Stewart on December 11, 1879 in Ellis County, ‘Texas, and later married With W. Woods (“With Woods” & “With Wood”?) who was born about 1860 and died on July 24, 1933;

MARY ELIZABETH CAVENDER (“Mary Cavender”, “Mary E. Cavender”, “M.E. Cavender”, “Molly Cavender”, “Dollie Cavender” & “Mollie Cavender”) who was born on January 6, 1861 in Maury County, Tennessee never married and apparently never learned how to either read or write, probably because of a mental disability. In 1880, she was living in the household of a Curry family, as was her older brother named Buck Cavender who was also unmarried at that particular time and whose real name was James Francis Cavender (“James Cavender”). In 1900, she was living in the household of John William Cavender (“John Cavender”, “J.W. Cavender” & “John W. Cavender”) and was then listed as being his daughter, in the 1910 census records she was listed as having been born about 1863, and she died on June 11, 1921 in Ellis County, Texas, and is buried in Midlothian, Ellis County, Texas. They also apparently lived with a Curry family and all were listed as members of the Sardis Methodist Church in Ellis County, Texas. When Buck Cavender got married, she moved back to her father’s household;

JOHN WILLIAM CAVENDER (“John Cavender” & “J.W. Cavender”) born on July 4, 1864 in Maury County, Tennessee, according to his death certificate, and moved from Maury County, Tennessee to Ellis County, Texas sometime between 1875 and 1876 according to the births of his half-brother named Lucion Cavender and his half-sister named Anna Cavender who were respectively born in 1875 and 1876. There is some confusion as to John William Cavender’s real forename. He was christened John William (at least) but was known as Steve Cavender. He is listed as Steve in the 1900 Federal Census when he was then living in Red River County, Texas. John William Cavender was well over six feet in height and had red hair, first married Florence Wood in Ellis County, Texas and who was born in Washington County, Arizona, next married Ada Potter, and still later married Dora Elizabeth Morgan (“Dora Morgan”). He apparently died suddenly from pneumonia on either June 11, 1921 or in January 1929499 in either Fulbright or in Cut Hand, Red River County, Texas, and is buried in the cemetery in Cut Hand, Red River County, Texas. Florence Wood (“Florence Cavender”) was from Fayetteville, Washington County, Arkansas. Dora Morgan was the daughter of a Mary and her step-father was Levi Waites. There is some confusion as to his real name. He was christened as John William Cavender but was known as Steve Cavender. John William Cavender had a total of 18? children, and by his first marriage he and Florence Wood Cavender (“Florence Cavender”) had 5 children:

Arthur Lytle Cavender (“Arthur Cavender” & “A.L. Cavender”) born in December 1886 in Ellis County, Texas, married Mary Emmer Lue Aldridge (“Mary Aldridge”, Emma Aldridge”? & “Louise Aldridge”), and died on January 1, 1961. Mary Aldridge was born about 1896, and died on September 1, 1961. Arthur Cavender and Mary Cavender had and had 4 and possibly 5 children:

Floyd Cavender?;

Herbert Lee Cavender (“Herbert Cavender” & “H.L. Cavender”) born about 1920, died in December 1928;

Homer Travis Cavender (“Homer Cavender” & “H.T. Cavender”) born about 1912, married a Margaret, and died May 23, 1973. Margaret Cavender was born about 1816. Homer Cavender and Margaret Cavender had 7 children:

Walter Lytle Cavender (“Walter Cavender”);

Betty Lue Cavender (“Betty Cavender”, “Elizabeth Cavender”, “Louise Cavender”?, “B.L. Cavender” & “E.L. Cavender”);

Eula Faye Cavender (“Eula Cavender” & “E.F. Cavender”);

Shirley Ann Cavender (“Shirley Cavender” & “S.A. Cavender”);

Dorothy Jane Cavender (“Dorothy Cavender” & “D.J. Cavender”);

Travis Homer Cavender (“Travis Cavender” & “T.H. Cavender”); and,

Ricky Lee Cavender (“Ricky Cavender”, “Richard Cavender”? & R.L. Cavender”);

Loyd Houston Cavender (“Loyd Cavender”, “Lloyd Cavender”? & “L.H. Cavender”) born about 1916, and married Nanie Lee Jewett (“Nanie Jewett” & “Nannie Jewett”?) who was born about 1921 and who died on June 19, 1991. Loyd Cavender and Nanie Cavender had 5 children:

Billy Royce Cavender (“Billy Cavender “William Cavender”, B.R. Cavender” & W.R. Cavender”) born about 1940, and married Joan Elizabeth Kincade (“Joan Kincade”). Billy Cavender and Joan Cavender had 2 children:

Billy Edward Cavender (“Billy Cavender”, “William Cavender”?, “B.E. Cavender”) & W.E. Cavender“); and,

Stanley Paul Cavender (“Stanley Cavender” & “S.P. Cavender”);

Lois Gene Cavender (“Lois Cavender”) born about 1941, and married Wanda Louise McNeal (“Wanda McNeal”). Lois Cavender and Wanda Cavender had 2 children:

Sheila Colleen Cavender (“Sheila Cavender” & “S.C. Cavender”); and,

Sandra Gail Cavender (“Sandra Cavender” & “S.G. Cavender;

Katherine Sue Cavender (“Katherine Cavender”, “Susan Cavender”? & “K.S. Cavender”) born about 1943, and married James Lowell Moore (“James Moore”). James Moore and Katherine Moore had 3 children:

Kathy Denise Moore (“Kathy Moore”);

Michael Moore; and,

David Wayne Moore (“David Moore);

Clara Marvel Cavender (“Clara Cavender” & “C.M. Cavender”) born about 1944, and married Holmes Donald Hobbs (“Holmes Hobbs”). Holmes Hobbs and Clara Hobbs had 3 children:

Donna Kay Hobbs (“Donna Hobbs”)’

Debra Diane Hobbs (“Debra Hobbs”); and,

Donald Mack Hobbs (“Donald Hobbs”); and,

Helen Ruth Cavender (“Helen Cavender” & “H.R. Cavender”) born about 1952, and married Floyd Jack Robuck (“Floyd Robuck”); and,

Edna Juanita Cavender (“Edna Cavender” & “E.J. Cavender”) born about 1926;

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