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Joseph Edward Williams, Jr. ("Joseph Williams") born on February 2, 1954 in New Jersey;

Richard Paul Williams ("Richard Williams") born on June 11, 1955 in California;

David Bruce Williams ("David Williams") born on December 26, 1957 in California;

Lori Jean Williams ("Lori Williams") born on February 7, 1959 in California;

Vickie Lynn Williams ("Vickie Williams") born March 27, 1964 in California, and married Elliott Jon Carter ("Elliott Carter") on February 22, 1984. Elliott Carter was the son of Nathan Carter of Hawaii and Jocelyn Mendonca of Hawaii and he and Vickie Carter had 3 children:

Elliott Jon Carter, Jr. ("Elliott Carter") born March 11, 1988;

Jeremy Victor Carter ("Jeremy Carter") born on September 30, 1990; and, Tonya Marie Carter ("Tonya Carter") born on May 26, 1996; and,

Mark John Williams ("Mark Williams") born on June 1, 1966 in California, and married Tammy Arp on February 27, 1988. Tammy Arp was the daughter of William Edward Arp ("William Arp") of Tennessee and Shelin Ann Murphy ("Shelin Murphey") of Oklahoma. Mark Williams and Tammy Williams had 4 children:

Christopher Andrew Williams ("Christopher Williams") born on June 4, 1987;

Jeffery Scott Williams ("Jeffery Williams") born on August 18, 1988;

Joshua Edward Williams ("Joshua Williams") born on September 6, 1991; and,

Amanda Elaine Williams ("Amanda Williams") born on October 15, 1993;

Charlotte Ethelene Williams ("Charlotte Williams") born on October 12, 1934 in Weakley County, Tennessee, first married Thomas William McClain ("Thomas McClain") on February 13, 1955 when she was 20 years of age, later divorced and married Billy Puckett ("William Puckett"), and died on February 1, 1999 at the age of 64 years at her home in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee. Thomas McClain was the son of Walter McClain and a Stella. Thomas McClain and Charlotte McClain had 3 children:

Deborah Sue McClain (“Debbie McClain” & "Deborah McClain") born on May 7, 1956, first married Jim Taylor ("James Taylor"), and later apparently married a Riley of South Fulton, Weakley County, Tennessee;

Mary Jane McClain ("Mary McClain") born January 14, 1959, and married Jim Riley ("James Riley"). James Riley and Mary Riley had a daughter named:

Jessica Riley who was born on May 27, 1989; and,

Thomas Franklin McClain ("Thomas McClain" & "Frankie McClain") born on July 9, 1961 in Fulton County, Kentucky, died December 2, 1993, and is buried in the Greenlea Cemetery in Fulton, Fulton County, Kentucky;

Wallace Dale Williams ("Wallace Williams" & "Dale Williams") born on May 15, 1942 in Weakley County, Tennessee, first married Shirley Fay Long ("Shirley Long") on February 3, 1964 when he was 21 years of age, and later divorced. Shirley Long was born March 2, 1948, and was the daughter of Woodrow Long and Edna. Wallace Williams and Shirley Williams had 2 children:

Jennifer Dale Williams ("Jennifer Williams") born on April 24, 1967, and married Tim McAlister ("Timothy McAlister"?) and were divorced. Tim McAlister and Jennifer McAlister had a daughter named:

Hannah Elizabeth McAlister ("Hannah McAlister"); and,

Mark Alexander Williams ("Mark Williams") born on July 8, 1973;

James Elon Samuel Larry Williams ("James Williams", "Elon Williams" & "Samuel Williams") born on April 25, 1945 in Weakley County, Tennessee, first married Candice Delevand ("Candy Delevand") on November 6, 1963, later divorced, and later married Jeanette Jane Rohlfing ("Jeanette Rohlfing"). Jeanette Rohlfing was born on April 5, 1950 in Nebraska, and was the daughter of Milton Rohlfing and a Marion Kay. Candice Delevand was born about 1945-1946. James Williams and Candice Williams had 2 daughters:

Elizabeth Ann Williams ("Elizabeth Williams") born on December 14, 1965; and,

Melissa Marie Williams ("Melissa Williams") born on June 2, 1967. Jeanette Rohlfing had 2 children by a previous marriage:

Marion Key Rohlfing ("Marion Rohlfing"): and,

Milton Rohlfing;

James Williams and Jeanette Williams had 3 children:



Leslie Diana Williams ("Leslie Williams") born on March 8, 1978;

Joseph Jeremiah Williams ("Joseph Williams") born on June 30, 1983; and,

Jacob Andrew Williams ("Jacob Williams") born on July 28, 1986;

Patricia Kay Williams ("Patricia Williams") born on May 20, 1947 in Weakley County, Tennessee (actually in the Haws Hospital in Fulton, Fulton County, Kentucky"), married David Lee Parnell ("David Parnell") on February 13, 1966 when she was 18 years of age, and later divorced in 1971. David Parnell was from Collinsville, Oklahoma, was the son of Doyle Parnell who was one-half Creek Indian and Edna Jackson. David Parnell and Kay Parnell had 3 children:

David Lee Parnell, Jr. ("David Parnell") born December 25, 1966 in the Fulton Hospital in Fulton, Fulton County, Kentucky, first married Christy Leigh Harris ("Christy Harris") on February 14, 1987, and later married Amy Cathleen on July 3, 1995 in Murray, Kentucky. David Parnell, Jr. and Chisty Parnell had a daughter named:

Sheena Leigh Parnell ("Sheena Parnell who was born on August 14, 1987 in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee.

David Parnell, Jr. and Amy Parnell had 2 children:



David Lee Parnell, III ("David Parnell") born on October 3, 1995 in Paris, Henry County, Tennessee; and,

Rachel Ioma Parnell ("Rachel Parnell" & "Rachael Parnell"?) born on March 19, 1997.

David Parnell, Jr. later adopted the daughter of Amy Parnel by her previous marriage who was named:



Sarah Mechelle Parnell ("Sarah Parnell") and who was born on December 7, 1990;

Shantell Denise Parnell ("Shantell Dinise Parnell"? & "Shantell Parnell"), a twin, born July 30, 1968; and,

Mechell Rena Parnell ("Mechell Parnell"), a twin, born July 30, 1968, first married Robert Wilkerson, later divorced on January 20, 1988 and married Eugene Lewis Whitman ("Eugene Whitman") on January 30, 1989. Robert Wilkerson and Mechell Wilkerson had a daughter named:

Kimberly Faye Wilkerson ("Kimberly Wilkerson") born on May 21, 1986 in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee. Robert Wilkerson later died in the United States Navy.

Eugene Whitman and Mechell Whitman had 3 children:



Lewis Alexander Whitman ("Lewis Whitman") born on September 12, 1990 in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee;

Jeremiah Andrew Whitman ("Jeremiah Whitman") born on December 10, 1992 in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee; and,

Frankie Ann Whitman ("Frankie Whitman") born on October 29, 1994 in Martin, Weakley County, Tennessee. Frankie Whitman was named after her uncle, Frankie Whitman, who was Charlotte McClain's son; and,

Carolyn Sue Williams ("Carolyn Williams", "Carlyon Williams" & "Susie Cavender") born on August 24, 1949 in Weakley County, Tennessee, married Keith Counts ("Keith Counce"?) and lived in Memphis, Tennessee. Keith Counts and Carolyn Counts had 2 children:

Michael Keith Counts ("Michael Counts" & "Michael Counce"?); and,

Pricilla Dee Counts ("Pricilla Counts" & "Pricilla Counce"?); and,

John Edward Cavender, Sr. ("John Cavender", “J.E. Cavender” & “John E. Cavender”) born on March 10, 1913 and married Julia Frances Hill ("Julia Hill") on May 31, 1941 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri. Julia Hill was born on February 19, 1922 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, and was the daughter of Walter Pleasant Hill ("Walter Hill") and Mary A. Roy ("Mary Roy"). John Cavender and Julia Cavender had 4 children:

Anna Marie Cavender ("Anna Cavender" & “A.M. Cavender”) born on January 1, 1947 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, and married Neil Joseph McBride ("Neil McBride") on June 9, 1967 in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri. Neil McBride was born on March 15, 1946 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, and was the son of Patrick Joseph McBride ("Patrick McBride") and Agnes Edwine Borgel ("Agnes Borgel"). Neil McBride and Anna McBride 2 children:

Daniel Patrick Cavender McBride ("Daniel McBride" & "Parrick McBride") born December 21, 1970 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, became a medical doctor, and married Jennifer Marie Riekhof ("Jennnifer Riekhof") on May 10, 1997 in the Salem United Church of Christ in Higginsville, Missouri. Jennifer Riekhof was the daughter of David Riekhof and Nancy Ketchem; and,

Sarah Elizabeth Cavender McBride ("Sarah McBride" & "Elizabeth McBride") born May 27, 1974 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, and married Robert Paluczuk on May 16, 1997. Robert Paluczuk was the son of Wayne Paluczuk and a Joann;

John Edward Cavender, Jr. ("John Cavender", “John E. Cavender”, “J.E. Cavender” & "Johnny Cavender") born on October 5, 1949 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, first married Barbara Jean Sanna ("Barbara Sanna") on April 28, 1973 in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri and were divorced on August 4, 1980, and he later married Lee Cavender, and still later married Bonnie J. Scholle ("Bonnie Scholle"). Barbara Sanna was born on November 19, 1949 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, and was the daughter of Joseph Ernest Sanna ("Joseph Sanna") who died on February 20, 1974 and Francis Gina Coed ("Francis Coed"?). John Cavender and Barbara Cavender had a daughter named:

Nicole Lynn Cavender ("Nicole Cavender" & “N.L. Cavender”) born on November 11, 1976 in the Obion County Hospital and lived in Dukedom, Tennessee;

Jean Marie Cavender ("Jean Cavender" & “J.M. Cavender”) born on February 6, 1954 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, and was not married as of 1997; and,

Connie Marie Cavender ("Connie Cavender" & “C.M. Cavender”) born on January 29, 1960 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, apparently first married Gary Berra in October 1982 and later divorced in 1987, later married Mark Kerlich in May 1989 who later died in December 1991, and still later married Robin Lee Earns ("Robin Earns") on November 7, 1994 in Maui, Hawaii, and presently has no children by either of her marriages. Robin Earns was born on November 30, 1952 in Flint, Michigan, and was the son of Robert Lewis Earns ("Robert Earns") and Shirley May Martin ("Shirley Martin"); and,427 & 444

Also living in the same household of Stephen Cavender and Catherine Cavender in 1880 were:

Annie Cavender (“Ann Cavender”), a stepdaughter, age 24 and born in Kentucky about 1856 and whose parents were both born in Kentucky;

Adella A. Cavender (“Adella Cavender’, “Aadella Cavender” & “A.A. Cavender”), a stepdaughter, age 22 and born in Kentucky about 1858 and whose parents were both born in Kentucky;

James S. Cavender (“James Cavender’ & “J.S. Cavender”), a stepson, age 21 and born in Kentucky about 1859 and whose parents were both born in Kentucky;

Ada B. Cavender (“Ada Cavender” & “A.B. Cavender’), a stepdaughter, age 18 and born in Kentucky about 1862 and who parents were both born in Kentucky; and,

William HARRELD age 20 and born in Kentucky about 1860 and whose parents were both born in Kentucky.

John Calvin Cavender ("John Cavender", “John C. Cavender” & “J.C. Cavender”), twin to Stephen Cantrell Cavender, born December 2, 1831 in Graves County, Kentucky, first married Nancy Parthenia Stark ("Nancy Stark" & “N.P. Stark”) on either December 13, 1855 or on December 15, 1855 in Graves County, later married Betty A. Jones (“Bettie A. Jones”, “Bettie Jones” & “Betty Jones”) on December 9, 1876 in Graves County, Kentucky, still later married a Fannie, died November 3, 1895 in Graves County, Kentucky, and is buried in the Old Bethel Cemetery in Graves County, Kentucky. When John Calvin Cavender married Nancy P. Stark (“Nancy Stark”), he apparently was 25 years of age and she was 15 years of age and born about 1840. Parthenia Cavender was born in Graves County, Kentucky on June 20, 1840, died in Graves County, Kentucky on March 11, 1876, and is buried with her husband. According to the 1860 census for Graves County, Kentucky, a J.C. Cavender (“John Calvin Cavender”?) was then living in Graves County who was listed as being born about 1834, and who married an "N.P." (Nancy P. Stark”?), and at that time had two children: "S.L. Cavender" (“S.J. Cavender”) born about 1857; and, "A.H. Cavender" (“Annie Hazeltine Cavender”, “Annie Haseltyne Cavender” & Annie Cavender”) born about 1859. The 9 children of John Calvin Cavender and Parthenia Cavender were:

S.J. Cavender (“S.L. Cavender”?, "Jack Cavender", “Stephen John Cavender”?, “Stephen J. Cavender”?, “Stephen Joseph Cavender”? & “Stephen Cavender”?) born on either September 22, 1856 or September 23, 1856 in Graves County, Kentucky, and died March 6, 1876 at the age of 19 as a result of getting too hot running for help for his injured brother;

Annie Haseltyne Cavender (“Annie Hazeltine Cavender”, "Ann Cavender", “A.H. Cavender” & "Annie Cavender") born August 23, 1859 in Graves County, Kentucky, married her first cousin Silas Francis Cavender ("Silas Cavender" & “S.F. Cavender”), and died March 15, 1938. (See their family already listed under Silas Francis Cavender);

Isaac Joseph Cavender ("Ike Cavender", "Issac Cavender", “I.J. Cavender”, “Isaac J. Cavender”, “Isac Cavender” & "Isaac Cavender") born March 21, 1862 in Graves County, Kentucky, first married Ann Elizabeth Roach ("Ann Roach", "Annie Roach" & "Betty Roach"), latter married Emma Dove or (Emma Cunningham), died on November 17, 1941 in Graves County, Kentucky in a buggy accident, and is buried in the Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Cemetery in Graves County, Kentucky. Annie Roach Cavender was born on July 25, 1863, died on January 1, 1909, and is buried with her husband.

The above Isaac Joseph Cavender is probably the same recorded “I.J. Cavender” who, during a regular monthly business meeting on October 28, 1894 at the Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church near Felisciania, Graves County, Kentucky, objected to the church entering into communion service on the grounds that “the church was not in condition to commune”. Apparently, a few members of the Old Bethel Church believed in one form of “Predestination”(i.e., Absolute Predestination) led by its former minister, Rev. R.H. Boaz, and the remaining members of the congregation believed in another form of Predestination known as “Limited” Predestination, led by its existing minister, Rev. R.S. Kirkland. The action by I.J. Cavender (“Isaac Joseph Cavender”?) and a minority of members eventually resulted in a lawsuit which went all the way to the Kentucky Court of Appeals (“Bennett, et al. v. Morgan, et al., 66 Southwestern Reporter, 287-290), with the final decision being rendered in favor of the majority and against I.J. Cavender and the minority. As a result, in November 1894, the minority members, including J.C. Cavender (who was either John Collins Cavender, the son of I.J. Cavender, or he was John Calvin Cavender who was the brother of I.J. Cavender) and I.J. Cavender were excommunicated from Bethel Church. Subsequently, A.E. Cavender, B.A. Cavender, and others, were excommunicated in June 1895 for associating with an excommunicated member. Harriett Cavender and N.C. Cavender were also excommunicated and thereafter proceeded to build another church next door to the present church. By February 1973, the membership in the new church had dwindled to one member, Mrs. Sarah R. Pirtle (“Sarah Pirtle”) who deeded the 1 1/6 acres owned by the adjacent new church to the original Bethel Church.

As background, beginning probably in the late 1880's or early 1890's, some differences of opinion began to surface in the Bethel Primitive Baptist Association over the biblical teaching of Predestination. It was agreed by all that the Almighty God, from all eternity, had foreknown and predestined “all things which come to pass” (Romans, 8:28-30). The “Absolute” Predestinarians interpreted the word “things” to mean just what it appears to say, i.e., whether with reference to the material universe or with reference to the salvation of souls. The “Limited” Predestinarians interpretee the word “things” to be limited to the salvation of souls only and thus reputiated the idea that God predestined the absolute happening of all things, even those things though to be sinful. At the October 1891 meeting of the Bethel Association, a group of 6 churches were granted so-called “Letters of Dismission” as they wished to organize a new association known as the Philesic Association of Regular Primitive Baptists which believed in Limited Predestination, and was so organized at the Little Zion Meeting House in Weakley County, Tennessee. Old Bethel later formally withdrew from membership in the Bethel Association and on October 18-20 formally became a member of the Philestic Association, and thereafter required all its members to adopt the interpretation of Limited Predestination, thereby prompting I.J. Cavender to objected Old Bethel entering into communion services on October 28, 1894 on the grounds that the church (Old Bethel) was not in condition to commune. The minority members still had the keys to the doors of the church and promptly locked the majority members out, who promptly used an ax to gain entrance, and thereby prompting the above lawsuit. In September 1895, a prominate Primitive Baptist preacher, Elder Sylvester Hassel (“Sylvester Hassol”?) attempted a reconciliation between the two Rev. Boaz and Rev. Kirkland factions, to no avail.

Ike Cavender and Betty Cavender were the parents of 8 children:



John Collins Cavender ("John Cavender", “J.C. Cavender” & “John C. Cavender”) born July 24, 1883, first married Annie Louise Weatherspoon ("Annie Weatherspoon"), and later remarried to another unknown person;

Ruth May Cavender ("Ruthy Cavender", “R.M. Cavender” & "Ruth Cavender") born August 17, 1886, married Jim Roberts ("James Roberts"), and died May 5, 1913. James Roberts and Ruth Roberts had two sons:

Aawin Roberts who had a son named:

Jimmie Roberts; and,

Daron Roberts;

Samuel Clarence Cavender ("Samuel Cavender" & “S.C. Cavender”) born October 30, 1888, first married Vinette Foster, and later married Nova Newton. The children of Samuel Cavender and Vinette Cavender were:

Jack Cavender; and,

Louise Cavender who resided in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan;

Josey Purley Cavender ("Josey Cavender", "Pearly Cavender", “J.P. Cavender” & "Pearl Cavender"?) born June 8, 1891, first married Otto Hendley, and later married Hallie Morris. Otto Henley and Josey Henley had two children:

Joseph Hendley; and,

Ozella Hendley who first married a Bennett, next married Hallie Morris, and still later married Llec Linder. Hallie Morris and Josey Morris had three children:

Elmo Morris;

Adean Morris who married Rooster Hopkins, and,

Hartwell Morris who married Niola Williams.

Llec Linder and Ozella Linder had a son named;



Carl Linder, who died in 1967;

George Kirklin Cavender ("George Cavender" & “G.K. Cavender”) born on either April 29, 1904 or on November 6, 1893, first married Novella Hobson, and later married a woman from New Orleans, Louisiana where they lived until his death in January 1977; George Cavender had one daughter whose name is unknown;

Joseph Edgar Cavender ("Joseph Cavender", “J.E. Cavender” & "Edd Cavender") born February 27, 1896, married Maggie Stark ("Margaret Stark"?), and died about 1959 in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan. Maggie Stark died about 1953 in Graves County, Kentucky. Joseph Cavender and Maggie Cavender ("Margaret Cavender"?) had 2 children:

An unnamed daughter who died at birth in 1916; and,

Wilson Barkley Cavender ("Wilson Cavender" & “W.B. Cavender”) born February 26, 1917 in Graves County, Kentucky, married Josephine Kasper in June 1942 in Baton Rogue, Louisiana, became a security guard, died of throat cancer on March 6, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois, and is buried in Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Graves County, Kentucky. On his birth certificate, his name is listed as Barkley Wilson Cavender. His Social Security No. was 363-098009. Josephine Kasper was born on June 17, 1923 in Chicago, Illinois, and was the daughter of John Kasper and Mary Zimmer. Wilson Cavender and Josephine Cavender had three children:

JoAnn Cavender ("Jo Ann Cavender", “J.A. Cavender” & “Jo Cavender”) born December 12, 1942 in Chicago, Illinois, married Jerry Lanners about 1966 in Elgin, Illinois and later were divorced. Jerry Lanners and Jo Lanners had a son named:

James Don Lanners ("James Lanners") born March 16, 1967 in Chicago, Illinois and died April 14, 2002, apparently from an asthma attack; and,

Apparently, JoAnn Cavender had a daughter named Crystal Ann Cavender (“Crystal Cavender”), now Crystal Ann Keteri (“Crystal Keteri”), who was born out of wedlock on October 24, 1960, adopted at birth, and now lives in Grand Rapids, Minnesota;



Don Barkley Cavender, Sr. (“Don B. Cavender”, “D.B. Cavender” & "Don Cavender") born December 27, 1946 in Chicago, Illinois, enlisted on July 27, 1965 and spent 24 years in the U.S. Air Force, served in Viet Nam, became an Electronics Technician, married Mary Ada Costa ("Mary Costa") on August 8, 1970 in Millis, Massachusetts, and retired on August 1, 1989 with the rank of Master Sergeant. Mary Costa was born on March 25, 1949 in Boston, Massachusetts, and was the daughter of Harold Gerard Costa, Jr. ("Harold Costa") and Mavis Louise Nieforth ("Mavis Nieforth"), enlisted on January 9, 1969 and retired on February 1, 1990 as a Senior Master Sergeant. Marvis Costa died September 11, 2000 from pneumonia and her husband, Harold Costa, died September 13, 200 while attending his wife’s funeral. Don Cavender and Mary Cavender had 2 children:

Janett Marie Cavender ("Janett Cavender", “J.M. Cavender” & “Janet Cavender”) born January 11, 1972 in Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, first married David Wayne Cooley ("David Cooley") on November 21, 1992 in Tacoma, Washington, was divorced on March 6, 1996 in Abilene, Texas, and later married Joseph Allen Becker ("Joseph Becker") in Merkel, Texas on December 21, 1996 who were later divorced on May 6, 1999 in Ablene, Texas. David Cooley was born on September 16, 1973 in Morgantown, West Virginia, and was the son of Donald Ray Cooley ("Donald Cooley") and Deborah Yvonne Reeder ("Deborah Reeder"). Joseph Becker was born on September 24, 1971 in San Francisco, California, and was the son of James Lindon Renfro (“James Renfro”) and Barbara Kay Becker (“Barbara Becker”). Janett Cavender had a son named:

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