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Marvin Gene Cavender (“Marvin Cavender” & “M.G. Cavender”) born January 14, 1929 in Braddock, Pennsylvania, and married Betty Lou McCarty (“Betty McCarty”) on November28, 1948 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Betty mcCarty was born November 26, 1924 in Hancock, Washington County, Maryland, died February 10, 1995, and is buried in the Methodist Cemetery in Buck Valley, Fulton County, Pennsylvania. Marvin Cavender and Betty Cavender had 3 children:

Jeffrey Allen Cavender (“Jeffrey Cavender” & “J.A. Cavender”) born August 25, 1949 in Berkley Springs, Morgan County, West Virginia, and died August 25, 1949 in Berkley Springs, Morgan County, West Virginia;

Cheryl Christine Cavender (“Cheryl Cavender” & “C.C. Cavender”) born July 25, 1950 in Berkley Springs, Morgan County, West Virginia, and married David Leroy Stotler (“David Stotler”) born September 28, 1968 in Hancock, Washington County, Maryland; and,

Candace Cecelia Cavender (“Candance Cavender”) who married Larry Keith Gloyd (“Larry Gloyd”); and,

Kelly Cavender born on June 30, 1901, and died in April 1982;

Sarah Jane Cavender (“Mary J. Cavender” & S.J. Cavender”) born in either 1856 or in 1857;

Mary Elizabeth Cavender (“Mary Cavender”, “M.E. Cavender” & “Mary E. Cavender”) born in either September 1859 or in October 1859, and married Emmanuel W. Smith (“Emmanuel Smith” & “Emanuel Smith”?). Emanuel Smith and Mary Smith had 3 children:

Roy Smith;

Laura Smith born March 22, 1882; and,

Mary Elizabeth Smith (“Mary Smith”) born December 9, 1887, and died June 15, 1959;

Mahalah F. Cavender (“Mahalah Cavender”, “M.F. Cavender”, “Molly Cavender”? & “Mary Cavender?) born August 9, 1862 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, married Charles H. Spade (“Charlels Spade”) who was born about 1859 in Pennsylvania, and she died on August 11, 1929. Charles Spade and Mahalah Spade had 6 children:

Charles Elmer Spade (“Charles Spade”) born June 27, 1889 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania;

James S. Spade (“James Spade”) born about 1891 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania;

Glendola Spade born about 1896 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania;

Ira G. Spade (“Ira Spade”) born March 15, 1889 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and died November 3, 1959;

Nellie Spade born about 1903 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania; and,

Herman Albert Spade (“Herman Spade”) born February 22, 1905 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and died July 19, 1980; and,

Lavina Cavender (“Louisa Cavender”?) born on June 14, 1864 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, married J. Dennis Barnes (“Dennis Barnes”), died on October 10, 1904 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and is buried in the Hendershot Family Cemetery in Buck Valley, Fulton County, Pennsylvania.;485

John Cavender and Amy Cavender (“Amey Cavender”) had 4 children:



Franklin Edward Cavender ("Franklin Cavender" & “Franklin E. Cavender”) born April 26, 1876 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, married Agnes Hellena Kennard ("Agnes Kennard", “Hellena Kinnard”? & “Agnes Kinnard”?) on March 31, 1902, died March 15, 1948, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Agnes Kennard was born March 28, 1885, died April 6, 1932, and is buried with her husband. Franklin Cavender and Agnes Cavender had 4 children:

Roxie Hazel Cavender ("Roxie Cavender" & "Roxanne Cavender"?) born August 25, 1902 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, married Raymond Jay, the son of Samuel G. Jay ("Samuel Jay") and Agnes Barkman of Artemas, Pennsylvania born October 7, 1896, and she died May 4, 1963. Raymondl Jay and Roxie Jay had 2 children:

Michael Merle Jay, Sr. ("Michael Jay") born March 12, 1922 in Cumberland, Maryland, married Jacqueline Webster who was born February 18, 1927. The children of Michael Jay and Jacqueline Jay were:

Patricia Anna Jay ("Patricia Jay") born January 9, 1948 and died January 10, 1948; and,

Michael Merle Jay, Jr. ("Michael Jay") born February 8, 1950; and,

Roscoe Herbert Jay ("Roscoe Jay") born May 31, 1924, married Louella Maxine Harvey ("Louella Harvey") who was born November 1, 1927. The children of Roscoe Jay and Louella Jay were:

Raymond Roscoe Jay ("Raymond Jay") born August 16, 1947; and,

Ronald DeWayne Jay ("Ronald Jay") born August 4, 1950;

John Wise Cavender ("John Cavender", “J.W. Cavender” & “John W. Cavender”) born February 1, 1905 in Artemas Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, married Lucy May Ritchey on August 17, 1925 and who was born January 9, 1906 and who died about 1978 and is buried with her husband. John Cavender died in May 1965 in Claysburg, Blair County, Pennsylvania, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. John Wise Cavender lived in Claysburg, Pennsylvania and died in 1965. John Cavender and Lucy Cavender had 5 children:

Edna Hellena Cavender ("Edna Cavender" & “E.H. Cavender”) born February 24, 1926 in Portage, Blair County, Pennsylvania, married Edward H. Reiber ("Edward Reiber") who was born February 24, 1926, and they had a daughter named:

Karen Lee Reiber who was born September 22, 1949;

Edna Cavender apparently also married a Jacob Walters and they had 2 children:



Larry Walters born September 19, 1948; and,

Terry Lee Walters (“Terry Walters”) born February 29, 1960;

Ethel Marie Cavender ("Ethel Cavender" & “E.M. Cavender”) born March 7, 1928 in Portage, Blair County, Pennsylvania, and married Jacob Walters who was born July 21, 1923. Jacob Walters and Ethel Walters (“Marie Walters”) had a son named:

Larry DeWayne Walters who was born September 24, 1948;

William Franklin Cavender ("William Cavender" & “W.F. Cavender”) born November 13, 1929 in Portage, Blair County, Pennsylvania, and married Kathline Deaterline born August 22, 1931 and they lived in Cumberland, Maryland. William Cavender and Kathline Cavender had 1 child:

Sharon Cavender born November 19, 1952, and died September 11, 1987;

Richard Earl Cavender ("Richard Cavender" & “R.E. Cavender”) born May 28, 1936 in Artemas Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and married Louise Weyent. Richard Cavender and Louise Cavender had 2 children:

Eddie Cavender (“Edward Cavender”?) born May 31, 1960; and,

Sylvia Cavender born March 25, 1968; and,

Sylvia Lorraine Cavender ("Sylvia Cavender" & “S.L. Cavender”) born March 25, 1948;

James Michael Cavender ("James Cavender" & “J.M. Cavender”) born February 18, 1907 in Buck Valley, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, married Edna Diehl on November 26, 1926 in Cumberland, Allegany County, Maryland and who was born April 26, 1909, and lived in Cresson, Pennsylvania. James Cavender and Edna Cavender had 2 children:

Doris Jean Cavender (“Doris Cavender” & “D.J. Cavender”) born October 11, 1927; and,

Wilbur James Cavender ("Wilbur Cavender" & “W.J. Cavender”) born August 20, 1931 in Blue Knob, Blair County, Pennsylvania, and married Nancy marie Walters (“Nancy Walters”). Wilbur Cavender and Nancy Cavender had 1 child:

Michael Eugene Cavender (“Michael Cavender” & “ M.E. Cavender”) born December 11, 1952; and,

Pearl Cavender born December 12, 1908 in Buck Valley, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, married William Virgil Layman ("William Layman") on April 8, 1927 in West Virginia, lived in Artemas, Pennsylvania, died February 16, 1990 in Memorial Hospital in Bedford, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. William Layman was born April 11, 1908 and he and Pearl Layman had a son named:

Robert Allen Layman, Sr. ("Robert Layman") born June 29, 1930, and married Lois Jean Lynch who was born May 6, 1932 to Enos Wilbert Lynch ("Enos Lynch") and Devona Mae Miller ("Devona Miller"). Robert Layman, Sr. and Lois Layman had 4 children:

Robert Allen Layman, Jr. ("Robert Layman") born October 14, 1949;

Victoria Jean Layman ("Victoria Layman") born November 21, 1950;

Karen Sue Layman ("Karen Laymen") born April 4, 1955; and,

Kenneth Ray Layman ("Kenneth Layman") born October 26, 1956.356

William Cavender born on June 14, 1878 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, never married, died on January 5, 1959 in Bedford, Pennsylvania, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedfore, Pennsylvania;

Julia Cavender (“Judy Cavender”? & "Judith Cavender") born on May 4, 1880 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, married Walter Herbert Northcraft (“Walter Northcraft”) who was born in May 1886, and she died on July 8, 1961. Walter Northcraft and Judy Northcraft had 6 children:

Ellery Herbert Northcraft ("Ellery Northcraft") born September 5, 1905, married Allie Elmira Ann Miller ("Allie Miller") who was born March 8, 1909 and was the daughter of Silas Miller and Minnie Victoria Robinson ("Minnie Robinson"). He died November 16, 1969, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedford County, Pennsylvania;

Ella Marie Northcraft ("Ella Northcraft") born June 16, 1908, and died March 25, 1909;

Marshall Northcraft born January 23, 1912 in Cumberland County, Maryland, and died December 28, 1981 in New Enterprise, Pennsylvania

George William Northcraft ("George Northcraft") born December 19, 1909, married Myrtle Irene Crawford ("Myrtle Crawford") who was born January 21, 1915, the daughter of Walter Scott Crawford ("Walter Crawford") and Minnie Blanche Clingerman ("Minnie Clingerman"), and died October 10, 1969 in New Enterprise, Pennsylvania. George Northcraft and Myrtle Northcraft lived in Tampa, Florida and had a son named:

Melvin Leo Northcraft ("Melvin Northcraft") born September 11, 1932 and living in St. Petersburg, Florida;

Robert D. Northcraft ("Robert Northcraft") born in 1914, first married Sarah Frost who was born in 1918 and who died in 1944., later married Belle Crawford Smith ("Belle Smith") who was born in 1904 to Jonas Crawford and Elizabeth Smith. Robert Northcraft died June 20, 1977; and,

Edna Catherine Northcraft ("Edna Northcraft") born November 10, 1919, and died March 2, 1926: and,

Alexander Cavender born on March 4,1882 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, married Hadessah Hewitt who was born in 1881, and Alexander Cavender died on January 6, 1936, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedford County, Pennsylvania together with his wife. Alexander Cavender and Hadessah Cavender 7 children:

Meda Marie Cavender (“Meda Cavender” & “M.M. Cavender”) born December 12, 1904 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and married Amos Fisher. Amos Fisher and Meda Fisher had 4 children:

Marguerite Pauline Fisher (“Marguerite Fisher”) born in New Jersey;

Robert Fisher born in New Jersey;

Julia Marie Fisher (“Julia Fisher”) born in New Jersey; and,

William Fisher born in New Jersey;

Carl Elden Cavender (“Carl Cavender” & “C.E. Cavender”) born April 5, 1907 in Chaneysville, Southhampton Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and married Helen Anna Elbert (“Helen Elbert”). Carl Cavender and Helen Cavender had 2 children:

Anna Marie Cavender (“Anna Cavender” & “A.M. Cavender”) born July 22, 1927 in New Jersey, and married William Sallsgiver. William Sallsgiver and Anna Sallsgiver had 2 children:

Mark William Sallsgiver (“Mark Sallsgiver”); and

Kenneth Wade Sallsgiver (“Kenneth Sallsgiver”); and,

Guy Robert Cavender (“Guy Cavender” & “G.R. Cavender”) born June 30, 1934 in New Jersey;

Helen Fay Cavender (“Helen Cavender” & “H.F. Cavender”) born December 2, 1909 in Chaneysville, Southhampton Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and married William Boyd Stewart (“William Stewart”). William Stewart and Helen Stewart had 2 children:

June Beatrice Cavender (“April 3, 1928 in New Jersey; and,

Theodore Stewart born May 14, 1930;

Hazel Beatrice Cavender (“Hazel Cavender” & “H.B. Cavender”) born November 19, 1911;

Guy William Cavender (“Guy Cavender” & “G.W. Cavender”) born September 27, 1913 in Purcell Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, and married Loretta Ann Houorigan. Guy Cavender and Loretta Cavender had 1 child:

Jane Ann Cavender (“Jane Cavender” & “J.A. Cavender”) born September 3, 1947;

an unknown daughter who died at birth about 1902, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedford County, Pennsylvania; and,

Clyde E. Cavender ("Clyde Cavender") who was born in 1917, and died in 1917 at the age of 4 months and 26 days, and is buried in the Fairview Christian Cemetery in Inglesmith, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. 367

In 1860, the John Cavender family was living in Robinsonville, Southhampton Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. In 1870, a John Cavender family was living in Chaneysville, Southhampton Township in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. In 1880, a John Cavender family was living in Mann Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Amy Cavender (“Amey Cavender”) was living in Mann Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania in 1900 following the death of John Cavender in 1898. Many Cavenders are buried in the Fairview Church Cemetery located in Bedford County, Pennsylvania on Route 26 just north of the Maryland State line.

Also living in Bedford County, Pennsylvania from at least 1850 to 1870 was the family of William Cavender, believed to be the brother of the above John Cavender, and who was born about1826-1827, and married a Sarah who was born about 1829-1830. The above William Cavender family was living in Chaneysville, Southhampton Township, Bedford County, Pennsylvania in 1870. William Cavender and Sarah Cavender had 8 children:

Elizabeth Cavender born in 1850-1851;

Margaret Cavender born in 1852-1853;

Martha Cavender in 1854-1855;

Elexander Cavender (“Alexander Cavender”) born in 1856-1857;

James Cavender born in 1858-1859;

John Cavender born in 1861-1862;

Willie Cavender (“William Cavender”?) born in 1863-1864; and,

Nancy Cavender born in 1864-1865.

HUGH CAVENER line (1762-1842)


HUGH CAVENER, (also "Hugh Cavenaugh", “Hugh Caverer”, and possibly “Hugh Cavender”?) born about 1762, married either June McFerron or Jane McFerron in Greene County, Tennessee on January 31, 1784, and is said to have died about 1830 in Greene County, Tennessee. Also, recorded in land grants from North Carolina to Greene County, Tennessee are the following grants: (i) On September 20, 1787, a Hugh Cavenaugh (sometimes "Hugh Caverer") for the sum of 50 shillings purchased 100 acres of land in Greene County, Tennessee on Dunhams Branch adjoining Sam Bigham and James Whiteside; and, (ii) on April 22, 1813, James McPheran purchased 25 acres on the waters of Roaring Fork of Lick Creek adjoining Cavener.

On January 19, 1822, Hugh Cavener (“Hugh Cavender”?) executed his Last Will and Testament in which he named his wife Jane Cavener ("Jane Cavender"?), his son John Cavener ("John Cavender"?), and his grandsons William Cavener ("William Cavender"?), Hugh Cavener ("Hugh Cavender"?), Isaac Cavener ("Isaac Cavender") and William McAmish, the son of Hugh Cavener's married daughter, Margaret McAmish (formerly Margaret Cavener"). The farm of Hugh Cavener ("Hugh Cavender"?) apparently adjoined the farms of Andrew M. Johnson ("Andrew Johnson"), widow Mumms? and John Roilson (“John Ralston”?). The Last Will and Testament of Hugh Cavener was witnessed by Joseph Bullen and John W. Wilson ("John Wilson"). Hugh Cavener and June Cavener ("Jane Cavener", “Jane Cavender”? & “June Cavender”?) had 3 children:



JOHN CAVENER (“John Cavner” & “John Cavender”?) born about 1785-1795 (some say 1793-1794) in Greene County, Tennessee and on June 23, 1814 was issued a marriage certificate in Greene County, Tennessee to permit his marriage to Susanna Armitage ("Susan Armitage"). On the same day, John Cavener ("John Cavender"?) and Hugh Cavener ("Hugh Cavender"?) posted a bond in the amount of $1,250 to guarantee that there was no lawful reason why John Cavner and Susanna Armitage should not be married. Susannah Armitage was the daughter of Isaac Armitage and Elizabeth Weston. John Cavener later married Phebe Bailey ("Phoebe Bailey") in Greene County, Tennessee on March 30, 1843, and he died on February 8, 1848 in Greene County, Tennessee. 279 & 451

On December 27, 1847, John Cavener, Sr. (John Cavender, Sr."?) executed his Last Will and Testament and which was probated in 1848WB-2-67# Greene Cnty, TN and in which he named his former wife, Susanna Cavener ("Susanna Cavender"?, formerly "Susanna Armitage"), his present wife Phebe Cavener ("Phoebe Cavener"?, "Phebe Cavender" & "Phoebe Cavender"?), and his sons William Cavener ("William Cavender"?), Isaac Cavener ("Isaac Cavender"?), his daughter Nancy Emeline Cavener ("Nancy Cavener", “N.E. Cavender” & "Nancy Cavender"?), Hugh Cavener ("Hugh Cavender"?), John Cavener, Jr. ("John Cavender, Jr."?), Thomas Cavener ("Thomas Cavender"?), and George Cavener ("George Cavender"?), and his daughter Nancy Harmon (formerly "Nancy Cavener" & "Nancy Cavender"?).

The Will of John Cavener, Sr., read as follows:

"Wife, Phebe ("Phebe Cavener" & "Phoebe Cavener"?), to have articles in Cocke County ("Cocke County, Tennessee") and what she brought when we got married. To son William ("William Cavener") my bureau. To son, Hugh ("Hugh Cavener" & “Hugh Cavender”?), my falling leaf table. To daughter, Nancy Harmon ("Nancy Cavener" & “Nancy Cavender”?), 20 acres of land. Sons, Thomas ("Thomas Cavener" & “Thomas Cavender”?) and George ("George Cavener" & “George Cavender”?), to have the plantation I live on, 100 acres towards Andrew Johnson's land. Son, John ("John Cavener" & “John Cavender”), to have management of farm. Anna Reese staying with me. Granddaughter, Nancy Emeline Cavener ("Nancy Cavener", Nancy Emaline Cavender”? & “Nancy Cavender”?), daughter of my son, Isaac ("Isaac Cavener" & “Isaac Cavender”), to have 2 sheep. All heirs to sign a quit claim to John Armitage of all interest my first wife, Susan (formerly "Susan Armitage"), had to a piece of land."

The executor was John Cavener ("John Cavender"?) and the witnesses were William West and Henry Harmon. Greene County, Tennessee is adjacent to Cocke County, Tennessee and both are located in the Easternmost part of Tennessee.

From the foregoing, it appears that John Cavener, Sr. ("John Cavner"? & "John Cavender"?) must have first married a Susan Armitage ("Susanna Armitage"?), and then later married Phebe Bailey ("Phoebe Bailey") in Greene County, Tennessee on March 30, 1843, and died in Greene County, Tennessee sometime between December 27, 1847 and February 8, 1848. It is said that John Cavener and Susan Cavener ("Susanna Cavener"?) had 12 children. However, their youngest child, George Cavener, is said to have written that he was the youngest of 9 children of John Cavener and Susan Cavener. The known children of John Cavener (“John Cavender”?) and Susan Cavener (“Susan Cavender”?) children are:



William Cavener (“William Cavenor”? & "William Cavender"?) born on October 1, 1815 in Greene County, Tennessee, first married Catherene G. Alexander ("Catherene Alexander" & "Catherine Alexander"?) on March 14, 1843 in Greene County, Tennessee, later married Mary Jane Leming ("Mary Leming" & “Mary Lemming”?) on December 4, 1851 in Greene County, Tennessee. William Cavener died on October 31, 1872 in Greene County, Tennessee. It is to be noted that a William Cavenor ("William Cavener"? & "William Cavender"?) age 44 and family were then living in Greene County, Tennessee in 1860, together with Mary J. Cavenor ("Mary Cavenor", "Mary J. Cavender"?, “Mary Jane Cavender”?, “M.J. Cavender”? & "Mary Cavender"?) age 29 and born about 1831 and their children: Daniel Cavenor ("Daniel Cavender"?) age 7 and born about 1853; and, John Cavenor ("John Cavender"?) age 5 and born about 1855. Also living in the same household were Henry Steelman age 23 and Mary Smith age 30. 122 & 364 The children of William Cavener and Mary Leming Cavender were:

Daniel Cavener (“Daniel Cavender”?) born on April 6, 1853 in Greene County, Tennessee, and died on July 6, 1872 in Greene County, Tennessee; and,

John Cavener (“John Cavender”?) born on May 23, 1855 in Greene County, Tennessee, and is buried in the Shiloh Cemetery in Greene County, Tennessee;

Isaac Cavener ("Isaac Cavender"?) born about 1816-1820 in Greene County, Tennessee, married Mary Brannon in Greene County, Tennessee on October 25, 1838 and was probably born about 1817 if he married when he became 21 years of age. Isaac Cavener is buried in the Shiloh Cemetery in Greene County, Tennessee. Isaac Cavener and Mary Cavener ("Mary Cavner"? & "Mary Cavender"?) had a daughter named:

Nancy Emeline Cavener ("Nancy Cavner", "Nancy Cavener", "Emaline Cavener"?, “Nancy Emaline Cavender”?, “N.E. Cavender”? & "Nancy Cavender"?) born about 1839 in Greene County, Tennessee;

Hugh Curtis Cavener ("Hugh Cavener", “Hugh Curtis Cavender”?, “Hugh C. Cavender”?, “H.C. Cavender”?, & "Hugh Cavender"?) who may be the same Hugh C. Cavener ("Hugh Cavener", “Hugh C. Cavender”?, “H.C. Cavender”? & "Hugh Cavender"?) who was born in Tennessee about 1820 and in was then living in White Oak Township in Hopkins County, Texas in the same household with Elizabeth Cavener ("Elizabeth Cavender"?) who was born in South Carolina about 1802. When the 1860 census was taken for Hopkins County, Texas, he was listed as then being 40 years old (thus born about 1820) and as being born in Tennessee and was then living in White Oak Township, Hopkins County, Texas; when the 1870 census was subsequently taken, he was listed as being 50 years of age, born in Tennessee, and was then living in Saltillo Township, Hopkins County, Texas. In each listing, he was living with an Elizabeth Cavener who was listed as being born in South Carolina about 1802-1803. Hugh Cavener first married Mrs. Elizabeth Prewitt on August 25, 1853 in Hopkins County, Texas and later married Mrs. Permelia King ("Pamelia King"? & “Permellia King”) on July 17, 1873 in Hopkins County, Texas.FHL Number 1298848 Also living in the Hugh Cavener household when the 1870 census was taken was a John Nalls who was born in Texas about 1862. Supposedly in both his father's will and again in his grandfather's will he was bequeathed a side table if he choses to return to this country. Apparently, he left home at the age of 15 and traveled South to Texas with Davy Crockett and others. They joined Sam Houston's Army and Davy was later sent to the Alamo where he was killed. A few weeks later, Sam Houston along with his army, including Hugh Cavener, captured Santa Ana in the Battle of San Jacinto. Later, Hugh Cavener was awarded a Mexican land grant in Hopkins County, Texas;

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