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Emma D. Calahan ("Emma Calahan") born on September 16, 1899 in Tally Station, Marshall County, Tennessee, married James Leonidas Gillum ("James Gillum"), and died on October 9, 1990 in Lewisburg, Marshall County, Tennessee. James Gillum was born about 1892, and died about 1963. James Gillum and Emma Gillum had 2 children:

Perry Gillum born in Marshall County, Tennessee, and married Elizabeth Johns; and,

Sara Lyne Gillum ("Sara Gillum", "Sarah Gillum"? & "Lynn Gillum"?) born in Marshall County, Tennessee, and married Carl Luther; and

GEORGE THOMAS CAVENDER ("George Cavener" & "George Thomas Cavener"?, “George T. Cavender”, “G.T. Cavender” & "George Cavender") born about 1865, married and had one child, and all three of his family died within three weeks of each other with typhoid fever;

(ii) JAMES CAVENER ("James Cavender"? &“James Cavinor”) who was born about either about 1821 445 or about 1822 454-1823 in Amelia County, Virginia, is said to have dropped the "d" in his surname “Cavender” for some unknown reason, married Frances B. Gray ("Frances Gray", "Fanny Gray" & "Fannie Gray") on June 23, 1842 in Marshall County, Tennessee, and died about 1859 in Christian County, Missouri. Frances Gray was born October 18, 1820 in Bedford County, Tennessee, was the daughter of Austin Gray and Mary B. ("Polly"), and died about 1905 in Christian County, Missouri. Apparently, Mary B. was either previously married to Thomas Maples or subsequently married Thomas Maples. On July 3, 1842, Frances Cavener ("Frances Cavender"?) and Kesiah Cavanaugh ("Kesiah Cavener"? & "Kissiah Cavender"?) signed a petition regarding a matter being considered by the Primitive Apostolic Gospel of Jesus Christ Church at the Cane Creek Meeting House in Marshall County, Tennessee.

The children of James Cavener and Fanny Cavener are found in the Christian County, Missouri census in the household of Thomas Cavener at which time Thomas Cavener was 37 years of age and his household then included: Timothy Cavener age 16; Adaline Cavener age 14; Clemetime Cavener age 4; Josephine Cavender age 3; and, Rhoda Cavener age 1. After James Cavener died in 1859, Fanny Cavener married widower Thomas Maples in 1860. He was the father of eleven children. Quoting from "Traces of Gold" by James Ray Gold: "This Thomas Cavener is thought to be a brother of James Cavener. He was known as "Uncle Tim Cavener", and lived for many years in School, Missouri which is now known as Union City, Missouri. When Thomas Maples and Fanny Cavener married in 1860, it is likely that five or six of his children were still at home, and Fanny Cavener had six children at home. This, no doubt, explains why Fanny Cavener's children went to stay with Thomas Cavener."

In the 1860 census of Boaz County, Missouri, Frances Cavener is listed as the head of the household with six children, three born in Tennessee and three born in Missouri. After James Cavener died, his widow married widower, Thomas Maples, in 1860 who was then the father of eleven children. The children of James Cavender and Frances Cavender were:



Timothy O. Caviner ("Timothy Cavender", “Timothy O. Cavender”?, "Timothy Cavener", also "Timothy Cavnar", "Timothy Cavner", "Timothy Caviner", “T.O. Cavender”? & "T.O. Cavner") born on either May 28, 1841454 or on May 28, 1843445 in Marshall County, Tennessee, married Martha Lavina Jane Fugitt ("Martha Fugitt", "Martha Fuguitt", "Lavine Fugitt" & "Lavina Fugitt") on November 20, 1868 in either Greene County, Missouri, or in Chirstian County, Missouri,445 fought in the Civil War by enlisting in Company F of the 24th... Missouri Regiment on August 20, 1861 at Rolla, Missouri for a period of 3 years, died on October 4, 1924 in Christian County, Missouri, and is buried in the Wise Hill Cemetery in Clever, Christian County, Missouri. Martha Fugitt was born in Bedford County, Tennessee on January 19, 1840, was the daughter of Bedford Fugitt and Malinda, died on May 6, 1962 in Christian County, Missouri and is buried in the Wise Hill Cemetery in Clever, Christian County, Missouri. The children of Timothy Cavener and Martha Cavener were:

Nancy Elvaline Caviner ("Nancy Caviner", "Nancy Cavener", “N.E. Cavender”? & "Nancy Cavender"?) born on October 2, 1870 in Nixa, Christian County, Missouri, married Timothy Elcana Cavner ("Timothy Cavner", "Thimothy Caviner"? & "Timothy Cavender"?) on July 15, 1900 in Stone County, Missouri, and died on October 9, 1951 in Springfield, Missouri;

Sarah F. Caviner ("Sarah Cavener"?, "Sarah Caviner"?, “S.F. Cavender”? & "Sarah Cavender"?) born in March 1873 in either Christian County, Missouri454 or in Stone County, Missouri445, married Thomas Gideon Wilson ("Thomas Wilson"), and died about 1959;

George William Caviner ("George Caviner", "George Cavener", "William Caviner"?. “G.W. Cavender”?, “G.W. Cavender”? & "William Cavender"?) born on October 22, 1874 in either Christian County, Missouri454 or in Stone County, Missouri445, and died on December 1, 1879 in Stone County, Missouri;

Malinda Idella Caviner ("Malinda Caviner", "Malinda Cavener"?, “M.I. Cavender”? & "Malinda Cavender"?) born on September 23, 1876 in either Christian County, Missouri454 or in Stone County, Missouri445, married George Washington Wilson ("George Wilson") on November 22, 1898 in Stone County, Missouri, and died on October 19, 1966 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri;

Albert Caviner ("Albert Cavener" & "Albert Cavender"?) born in August 1879 in either Christian County, Missouri454 or in Stone County, Missouri445 and died young; and,

George E. Cavener ("George Caviner"?, "George Cavener"?, “George E. Cavender”?, “G.E. Cavender”? & "George Cavender"?) born on August 22, 1884 in Christian County, Missouri, died on December 11, 1892 in Christian County, Missouri and is buried in Wise Hill Cemetery in Clever, Christian County, Missouri;

Lucinda Adaline Cavener ("Lucinda Caviner", "Lucinda Cavener"?, “Lucinda Cavender”?, L.A. Cavender”? & “Lucinda A. Cavender”?) born on April 19, 1844 in Marshall County, Tennessee, married William W. White ("William White") on October 4, 1865 in Stone County, Missouri, died on October 29, 1898 in Stone County, Missouri and is buried in the White Cemetery in Stone County, Missouri. W.W. White was born on November 8, 1845, died on April 9, 1928 in Stone County, Missouri and is buried in the White Cemetery in Stone County, Missouri. The children of W.W. White and Adaline White were:

Robert T. White ("Robert White") born on July 8, 1866 in Missouri, and married Alice Jane Roy ("Alice Roy");

Frances Ellen White ("Frances White") born on November 1867 in Missouri, and married George Crabtree;

Mary C. White ("Mary White") born on September 4, 1869 in Missouri;

Sarah J. White ("Sarah White") born on November 28, 1870 in Missouri, and married a Skaggs ("Scaggs"?);

John C. White (John White), a twin to Sarah White, born November 28, 1870 in Missouri, and married Mollie Fugitt, and died on August 21, 1951,

James J. White ("James White") born on May 4, 1871 in Missouri, and married either a Mary or Mrs. Sarah J. who married a James J.454

William H. White ("William White") born on October 6, 1873 in Missouri, and married Mary Crabtree;

Louisa V. White ("Louisa White") born on March 20, 1875 in Missouri, andmarried a Skaggs ("Scaggs"?);

Perlina E. White ("Perlina White") born on March 6, 1877 in Missouri, and married a Crabtree;

Paul E. White ("Paul White") born on March 6, 1877 in Missouri, and married Mindy Fugitt;

Linda T. White ("Linda White" & "Lida White") born on December 8, 1878 in Missouri, and married John Ailshie;

George W. White ("George White") born on September 28, 1880 in Missouri, and married Anna Tettenhorst;

Andrew J. White ("Andrew White") born on December 28, 1882 in Missouri, and married Clara Tettenhorst;

Pinkney C. White ("Pinkney White") born on May 19, 1883 in Missouri;

Richard Frank White ("Richard White") born on October 15, 1886 in Missouri;

Joseph A. White ("Joseph White") born om March 3, 1887 in Missouri, and married Grace Wilson;

Benjamin H. White ("Benjamin White") born on March 18, 1889 in Missouri, and married Jessie Freeman; and,

Peter White died at the age of 21;

Mary R. Cavener ("Mary Caviner"?, "Polly Cavener"?, "Polly Cavener", "Mary Cavender"?, “Mary R. Cavender”? & "Mary Jane Cavender"?) born about 1848 in Marshall County, Tennessee, and married James C. Lance on May 28, 1871 in Stone County, Missouri;

Sarah E. Cavener ("Sarah Cavener", “S.E. Cavender”? & "Sarah Cavender"?) born in August 1850 in Marshall County, Tennessee, and died sometime between 1850 and 1860 in either Tennessee or Missouri;

Clemetine D. Caviner ("Clemetine Cavener"?, “C.D. Cavender”? & "Clemetine Cavender"?) born on May 4, 1852 in either Lawrence County, Missouri or in Christian County, Missouri454 married Jacob M. Saltkill ("Jacob Saltkill" & "Jake Saltkill") on December 4, 1870 in Christian County, Missouri, and died on March 21, 1950 in Crane, Stone County, Missouri. Jacob Saltkill was born about 1849-1850 in Indiana, and died about 1898 in Christian County, Missouri. Jacob Saltkill and Clemetine Cavender Saltkill (“Clemetine Saltkill”) had 9 children:

Mary A. Saltkill ("Mary Saltkill") born about 1872 in either Christian County, Missouri or in Greene County, Missouri454, first married B.K. Haney on February 20, 1887 in Missouri, and later married William White;

James M. Saltkill ("James Saltkill") born about 1874 in either Christian County, Missouri or in Greene County, Missouri454, married Sarah Virginia Haney ("Sarah Haney"), and died on December 2, 1954 in Missouri;

Lula Mae Saltkill ("Lula Saltkill") born about 1875-1876 in either Christian County, Missouri or in Greene County, Missouri454, and married J.W. Edmon ("J.W. Edmond"?) on July 27, 1894 in Christian County, Missouri;

Nettie C. Saltkill (“Nettie Saltkill”) born in February 1877 in either Christian County, Missouri or in Greene County, Missouri454, and married Tude Buford Patterson (“Tude Patterson”) who was born in September 1877 in Arkansas and was the son of John Patterson and a Martha. Tude Patterson and Nettie Patterson had 7 children:

An infant son born and died before 1900;

Another infant son born and died about 1900-1905;

Chleo June Patterson (“Chleo Patterson”) born July 23, 1905 in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas, first married a Clyde, next married Ercell Edward Hines (“Ercell Hines”) on July 17, 1932 in Jay, Oklahoma, died October 23, 1994 in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas and is buried with her second husband. Ercell Hines was the son of William Hines and Mattie Smith and was born January 25, 1900 in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas, died in March 1980 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and is buried in October 1994 in Decatur Cemetery in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas. Ercell Hines and Chleo Hines had 1 child:

Madena Jo Hines (“Madena Hines”) born July 11, 1934 in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas, and married Buddy Dean Lowe (“Buddy Lowe”) on February 9, 1956 in the Church of Christ in Neosho, Missouri. Buddy Lowe was born July 16, 1934 in Newton County, Missouri to Cloyce Lowe and Ina Macy, died on November 15, 1993 in Joplin, Missouri, and is buried in Memorial Park Cemetery in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Buddy Lowe and Madena Lowe had 2 children:

Deana Suzann Lowe (“Deana Lowe”) born December 6, 1963 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, and married Sam Toufik Richard (“Sam Richard” & “Samuel Richard”?) on November 8, 1991 in Sharp Chapel, University of Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Sam Richard was born March 10, 1958 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Sam Richard and Deana Richard had 2 children:

Samuel Dean Lowe Richard (“Samuel Richard”) born January 16, 1998 in West Valley City, Utah; and;

Macy Chleo Richard (“Macy Richard”) born March 7, 2001 in Abilene, Texas; and,

Julie Elizabeth Lowe (“Julie Lowe”) born July 28, 1967 in Dallas, Texas, and married Darryl Allen Christner (“Darryl Christner”) on July 24, 1993 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma and who was born December 7, 1962 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma to John Christner and Estella Boyd. Darrell Christner and Julie Christner ahd 2 children:

Joshua Lowe Christner (“Joshua Christner”) born August 27, 1997 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma; and,

Joel Allen Lowe Christner (“Joel Christner”) born July 7, 1999 in Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma;

A twin sister born July 23, 1905, and died July 28, 1905;

Opal Aileen Patterson (“Opal Patterson”) born November 1, 1907, first married Charles Raymond Peterson (“Charles Peterson”), later married Gordon Lamb, died January 7, 1988 in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas, and is buried in the Decatur Cemerery in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas. Charles Peterson was born January 25, 1905, died July 3, 1946, and is buried in the Decatur Cemetery in Decatur, Benton County, Arkansas. Charles Peterson and Opal Peterson had 2 children:

Anita Bell Peterson (“Anita Peterson”) was born January 31, 1928, and died on March 10, 1981; and,

Billy Ray Peterson (“Billy Peterson”) born in July 1936, and died in July 1936;

Edith Patterson born about 1909, and married Frank Burasco. Frank Burasco and Edith Burasco had 1 child:

Richard Burasco who first married an unknown person, and later married a Diane. By his first wife, Richard Burasco had 3 children:

Shannon Burasco;

Joe Burasco (“Joseph Burasco”); and,

Jason Burasco; and,

Irene Patterson born about 1911, first married James Scott, and later married Walter Spinks. James Scott and Irene Scott had 2 children:

James Scott who married a Beverly. James Scott and Beverly Scott had 1 child:

Brenda Scott who married an unknown person ahd had a child named:

Brooke; and,

Faye Ann Scott (“Faye Scott”) who had 3 children:

Linda Scott;

Debby Scott; and,

Buddy Scott;

William Saltkill born in September 1880 in Christian County, Missouri, and married Minnie Mattie Stearling ("Minnie Stearling") on October 15, 1902 in Greene County, Missouri;

Jacob Saltkill born in January 1886 in Christian County, Missouri, married Sophia Jane Jackson ("Sophia Jackson") on April 1, 1915 in Stone County, Missouri, and died on December 30, 1917 in Palmetto, Missouri;

Cora F. Saltkill ("Cora Saltkill") born on September 8, 1888 in Christian County, Missouri, first married W.R. Bilyeu, later married Samuel Curry ("Sam Curry") on April 19, 1910 in Christian County, Missouri, still later married Charles Burton, and finally married Lee A. Stockton ("Lee Stockton"), and died on April 23, 1967 in Springfield, Greene County, Missouri;

Nellie Melissa Saltkill ("Nellie Saltkill") born on September 12, 1893 in Christian County, Missouri, married Samuel Charles Gimlen ("Samuel Gimlen") on November 26, 1909 in Stone County, Missouri, and died in July 1977 in Sacramento, California; and,

Bert John Saltkill ("Bert Saltkill") born in June 1897 in Christian County, Missouri;

Josephine Caviner ("Josephine Cavener" & "Josephine Cavender"?) born about 1857 in Christian County, Missouri, married Berry Damrill, died in either Stone County, Missouri or Christian County, Missouri, and is buried in the Wise Hill Cemetery in Clever, Christian County, Missouri. Berry Damrill and Josephine Damrill had 3 children:

John Damrill born about 1875 in Greene County, Missouri;

Lilly Damrill ("Lily Damrill") born about 1877 in Greene County, Missouri; and,

Mily Damrill ("Mildred Damrill") born about 1880 in Greene County, Missouri;

Martha Caviner ("Martha Cavener" & "Martha Cavender"?) born about 1859 in Christian County, Missouri; and,

Rhoda Angeline Caviner (“Rhoda Angeline Cavender”?, "Rhoda Cavener", "Rhoda Cavener", “R.A. Cavender & "Rhoda Cavender"?) born on August 12, 1856 in either Christian County, Missouri454 or in Lawrence County, Tennessee,445 married Samuel Saltkill on July 28, 1872 in Christian County, Missouri, and died on August 12, 1942 in Stone County, Rhoda. Samuel Saltkill was born about 1852 in Indiana. Samuel Saltkill and Rhoda Saltkill ("Angeline Saltkill") had 6 children:

Frances Sarah Saltkill ("Frances J. Saltkill"445 & "Frances Saltkill") born in May 1873 in Christian County, Missouri, married James R. Ellingsworth ("James Ellingsworth") on December 19, 1895 in Stone County, Missouri, and died in Taney County, Missouri;

Sarah Adeline Saltkill ("Sarah Saltkill") born about 1874 in Christian County, Missouri, and married Charles Henry Whalin ("Charles Whalin") on October 15, 1899 in Stone County, Missouri;

John Curtis Saltkill ("John Saltkill") born on November 28, 1875 in Christian County, Missouri, married Edith Parle Newton ("Edith Newton") on September 24, 1904 in Taney County, Missouri, and died on May 3, 1959 in Nevada County, California;

Grace Saltkill born about 1877 in Christian County, Missouri;

Enos Franklin Saltkill ("Enos H. Saltkill" & "Enos Saltkill") born about 1879 in Christian County, Missouri, married Mary Ann Ray ("Mary Ray") on June 23, 1907 in Stone County, Missouri, and died before 1920 in Stone County, Missouri; and,

James Thomas Saltkill ("James Saltkill") born about 1890 in Stone County, Missouri, first married Zula Saltkill, and later married Mamie Bowman;

(iii) THOMAS CAVENER ("Uncle Tim Cavener", "Uncle Tom Cavener"?, "Thomas Cavender"? & “Thomas Cavinor”?) who was born in Virginia about 1823-1824, and lived for many years in School, Missouri, now Union City, Missouri. It is to be noted that in the Marshall County, Tennessee marriage records, it is recorded that Thomas J. Cavener ("Thomas Cavener" & "Thomas Cavender"?) married Martha J. Cavener ("Martha Cavener" & "Martha Cavender"?) on February 25, 1858 in Marshall County, Tennessee; According to the 1860 census for Christian County, Missouri, the children of James Cavender and Fanny Cavender (“Frances Cavender”) were living in the household of Thomas Cavener. In 1860, living in the Thomas Cavener household were:



THOMAS CAVENER (“Thomas Cavender”?) age 37 and thus born about 1823; (no wife is mentioned);

TIMOTHY CAVENER ("Timothy Cavender"?) age 16 and thus born about 1844;

ADALINE CAVENER ("Adaline Cavender"?) age 14 and thus born about 1846;

POLLY CAVENER ("Polly Cavender"?, "Mary Cavender"?, “M.J. Cavender”? “Mary J. Cavender”? & "Mary Jane Cavender"?) age 14 and thus born about 1846;

JOSEPHINE CAVENER ("Josephine Cavender"?) age 3 and thus born about 1857; and,

RHODA CAVENER ("Rhoda Cavender"?).

(iv) TIMOTHY CAVENER, Sr. ( "C. Timothy Cavner", "Timothy Cavner"?, “Timothy Cavenor”, “C. Thimothy Cavender”? & "Timothy Cavender") was born either about 1823 in Amelia County, Virginia 445 or about 1824-1825414 & 54 4 in Dinwiddie County, Virginia. He married Winna Gould ("Winna Gold", "Winifred Gold", "Winnie Gold"? or Winnie Gould"?) in Marshall County, Tennessee on either July 15, 1884 279, or on August 14, 1884414 or on August 15, 1844435, 445 & 454 in Lewisburg, Marshall County, Tennessee, died on either August 4, 1864 445 & 454 or on April 4, 1864435 in a military prison hospital in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, and is buried in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas. Winnie Gold was born on February 20, 1817 in Lincoln County, Tennessee, was the daughter of Jonathan Gold ("Jonnathan Gold"?) and Sarah Ryalls, died on September 3, 1912 in Union City (School), Stone County, Missouri at the age of 95 years, 6 months and 14 days, and is buried in the Molly Wright Cemetery ("Mary Wright Cemetery" & "Mary Ann Wright Cemetery") in Stone County, Missouri. On March 20, 1852, the Timothy Cavener family loaded their four children and all of their belongings on a wagon train that brought the Gold and Cavener families to Green Valley in what is now Porter Township, Christian County, Missouri, near Boaz, Missouri. They eventually owned 320 acres of land near Boaz. Timothy Cavener (also spelled "Timothy Cavender") was a Private in Company F. of the 24th... Regiment of Missouri Infantry Volunteers, having joined August 4, 1861, deserted the 24th.. Regiment of the Missouri Infantry Volunteers on February 20, 1862, later joined and became a corporal in Company F of the 14 Missouri S.M. Calvary, was in the battles in Arkansas, was captured, later he was exchanged to the North for Confederate prisoners, ended up in a prison hospital in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, where he died of dysentery on August 4, 1864 leaving a wife and eight children under 16 years of age. On March 25, 1865, Winey Cavender (“Winney Cavender”?) was named the administratrix of the estate of Thimothy Cavender ("Timothy Cavender"). The children of Timothy Cavener ("Timothy Cavender") and Winny Cavener ("Winey Cavener", "Winny Cavender" & "Winey Cavender") were:



Amanda Mancrey Jane Cavner ("Amanda Cavener", "Amanda Caviner", “Amanda Mancrey Cavender”?, “A.M. Cavender”? & "Amanda Cavender"?) born on August 15, 1845 in Lincoln County, Tennessee, married John H. Estes ("John Estes" & "Booty John Estes") on either August 6, 1866414 & 445 or on November 6, 1866 in Stone County, Missouri, died on November 19, 1932 in Union City, Stone County, Missouri and is buried in the Molly Wright Cemetery in Union City, Missouri. John Estes was born on November 17, 1841, died on October 16, 1916 in Union City, Stone County, Missouri, and is buried in the Molly Wright Cemetery, Union City, Missouri. John Estes owned his farm had 10 living children and had been married 34 years in 1900. The children of John Estes and Amanda Cavener Estes were:

Martha Estes born on October 17, 18??, first married James Woods in Duncan, Stephens County, Oklahoma, later married a Brackens, and died December 23, 1944 in Springfield, Missouri;

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