Encyclopedia



Download 8.16 Mb.
Page213/224
Date18.10.2016
Size8.16 Mb.
1   ...   209   210   211   212   213   214   215   216   ...   224

Kristy Fleming who was adopted and lived in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; and,

Jay Fleming of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and who was also adopted;

Temple Eugene Cavener ("Temple Erwin Cavener"?, "Temple Cavener", "Mattie Cavener", “Temple Eugene Cavender”?, “Temple Cavender” & “T.E. Cavender’?) born September 25, 1910 in Yukon, Oklahoma, served in the military, first married Bernadine Jos Abeln ("Bernadine Abeln", “Judith Abeln”, & "Judy Abeln") about 1938, later married a Dorothy about 1946, died in October 1957 in Chicago, Illinois, and is buried in the Yukon Cemetery in Yukon, Oklahoma. Bernadine Temple Abeln was adopted at birth by Lester Trieger (“Lester Frieger”?) and his wife Mary. She was born about 1919 in Salisbury, Missouri, was living in Chicago, Illinois when she married Temple Cavener, later married Max Ammon who was then serving in the military and later did not return, and she died about 1949. Temple Cavener and Bernadine Cavener had 2 children:

Bernadine Temple Cavener ("Bernadine Cavener", “Bernadine Temple Cavender”?, “Bernadine Cavender”? & “B.T. Cavender”?) born April 2, 1939 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, was subsequently adopted by Lester Trieger and his wife Mary Trieger and given the name Judith Ann Trieger ("Judith Trieger"). Judith Trieger first married William Lewis in 1961 when she was 22 years old and lived in the Boston, Massachusetts area, and later married Peter Yanover in 1974 and moved to San Juan Capistrano, California. William Lewis and Judith Lewis had 3 children:

William Billy Lewis ("William Lewis") born about 1964;

Wendy Leigh Lewis ("Wendy Lewis") born about 1965; and,

Thomas Lewis born about 1966 in Boston, Massachusettrs;

Peter Yanover and Judith Yanover had a son named:



Christopher Bernard Yanover ("Christopher Yanover") born April 11, 1981; and,

Temple Eugene Alben Cavener ("Temple Cavener, "Alben Cavener", "Temple Cavener", Temple Eugene Alben Cavender”?, Temple Eugene Cavender”?, "Eugene Cavener", “Eugene Cavender”?, “T.E.A. Cavender”? & “T.E. Cavender”?) born on March 12, 1940 in the Salvation Army Hospital in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, and whose mother moved to either Kansas City, Missouri or near Salisbury, Missouri and married Max Ammon in 1944 following the birth of Temple Cavener was born and who subsequently adopted Temple Cavener. As Temple Cavener's step-father, Max Ammon, never returned from the military, Temple Cavemer lived with his maternal grandfather near Salisbury, Missouri until he died in 1955 in Salisbury, Missouri at the age of 15 from a rheumatic heart disease; Temple Cavener and Dorothy Cavener had a son named:

Temple Cavener (”Temple Cavender”) who was born in 1949 in Washington, D.C.;

Wade Cavener (“Wade Cavender”? was born November 7, 1912 in Yukon, Oklahoma, married Arlee Chitwood on February 7, 1935 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and died April 14, 1940 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at the age of 27 in an accident that caused him to be severely burned. Wade Cavener and Arlee Cavener had a son named:

Jimmy Wade Cavener ("Jimmy Cavener", "James Cavener", “Jimmy Wade Cavender”?, “Jimmy Cavender”?, “James Cavender”? & “J.W. Cavender”) born November 2, 1935 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, lived in Lakewood, California and has 3-4 children;

Gordon Early Cavener ("Gordon Cavener", "Cotton Cavener", “Gordon Early Cavender”?, “Gordon Cavender”? & “G.E. Cavender”?) was born March 11, 1915 at Yukon, Oklahoma, served in the U.S. Air Corp, married Elizabeth Neal in the fall of 1945, and lived in Mexico and later moved back to Ukon, Oklahoma, where he died September 20, 1983 from cancer of the lungs and is buried in the Yukon Cemetery in Yukon, Oklahoma. Gordon Cavener and Elizabeth Cavener had 2 children:

Kay Fern Cavener ("Kay Cavener", “Kay Fern Cavender”?, “Kay Cavender”? & “K.F. Cavender”?) born August 28, 1950 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and married Phillip Forsythe in Oklahoma City. They were later divorced and Kay Forsythe in 1983 lived in New York City, New York; and,

Kye Neal Cavener ("Kye Cavener", “Kyle Neal Cavender”?, ‘Kyle Cavender” & “K.N. Cavender”?) born November 14, 1952 at Deming, New Mexico and had not married by 1982;

Fern Amanda Cavener ("Fern Cavener", “Fern Amanda Cavender”?, Fern Cavender”? & “F.A. Cavender”?) born January 1, 1918 in Yukon, Oklahoma, and married Chester Cochran on November 9, 1940, lived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and later moved to Ft. Riley, Kansas, died on November 14, 1949 in Meeker, Oklahoma, and is buried in the Meeker Cemetery in Meeker, Oklahoma;

Gerald Leon Cavener ("Gerald Cavener", “Gerald Leon Cavender”?, “Gerald Cavender”? & “G.L. Cavender’?) born September 3, 1925 in Yukon, Oklahoma, first married Jo Ella Higgins ("Jo Higgins") on August, 9, 1945, later married Vivian Abston about 1961, was crippled by polio, died on September 4, 1991, and is buried in the Yukon Cemetery in Yukon, Oklahoma. Gerald Cavener and Jo Cavener had a son named:

Gerald Leon Cavener, Jr. ("Gerald Cavener", "Jerry Cavener", “Gerald Leon Cavender”?, “Gerald Cavender”? & “G.L. Cavender”?) born in July 1946 in Oklahoma, and who has a wife and 2 children; and,

Gerald Cavener and Vivian Cavener had a son named:



Mark Allen Cavener ("Mark Cavener", “Mark Allen Cavender”, “Mark Cavender”? & “M.A. Cavender’?) born April 12, 1961 in Oklahoma, married and have 2 children; and,

Donald Ray Cavener ("Donald Cavener", “Donald Ray Cavender”?, ‘Donald Cavender”? & “D.R. Cavender”?) born November 7, 1928 in Yukon, Oklahoma, served in the military, became a podiatrist, moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma and then to Ada, Oklahoma, married Sharon Gail Jones ("Sharon Jones") on September 2, 1961 at Chickasha, Oklahoma, committed suicide February 7, 1975 in Yukon, Oklahoma, and is buried at Yukon, Oklahoma. Donald Cavener and Sharon Cavener had 2 sons:

Alan Wade Cavener ("Alan Cavener", “Alan Wade Cavender”, ‘Alan Cavender”? & “A.W. Cavender”?) born October 21, 1962; and,

Billy Kent Cavener ("Billy Cavener", "William Cavener"?, “Billy Kent Cavender”?, "Billy Cavender", "William Cavender"?, “B.K. Cavender”? & “W.K. Cavender”?) born December 26, 1966; and,

Jacob Early Cavener ("Jacob Cavener", “Jacob Early Cavender?, "Early Cavender" & “J.E. Cavender”?) born October 1, 1887 in Cocke County, Tennessee, left home about 1906, worked in the oil fields, married his second cousin Elizabeth Williams ("Lizzie Carper" & "Glenna Carper") in August 1919 in Tennessee and who had previously changed her name to Glenna Carper, and his post office address at the time of working in the oil fields was Oil Fields, California which was several miles from Coalings, California. Jacob Cavener died April 19, 1960 in Santa Cruz, California, and is buried in the Oakwood Cemetery in Santa Cruz, California. Elizabeth Williams was the daughter of Thomas Williams and Georgia Early (formerly Georgia Carper). Jacob Cavener and Glenna Cavener had a daughter named Earldine Cavener (“Erldine Cavender”?) who was born about 1920-1921. Earldine Cavener married, and had a son who lived in Houston, Texas and a daughter who lived in California, and died in 1953 at the age of about 33. Jacob Cavener and Elizabeth Cavener ("Glenna Cavener") had 2 children:

Earldine Cavener (“Earldine Cavender”? born May 30, 1920, and died in 1953; and,

Thomas W. Cavener ("Thomas Cavener", “Thomas W. Cavender”?, “Thomas Cavender” & “T.W. Cavender”?) born on September 24, 1937, and married a Lorna. The children of Thomas Cavener and Lorna Cavener were:

Mark Cavener (“Mark Cavender”?); and,

an unknown daughter; 394 & 451

WILLIAM CAVENER (“William Cavender”?) born about 1785-1795 in Greene County, Tennessee, and died about 1814 in Maryland/Washington D.C. in the War of 1814; and,

MARGARET GARNES CAVENER ("Margaret Cavener", “Peggy Cavner”, "Peggy Cavener", “Margaret Garnes Cavender”?, “Margaret Cavender”? & “M.G. Cavender”?) born on January 5, 1806, on October 25, 1809 was bound to Hugh Cavener (“Hugh Cavender”?) until the age of 18, was adopted by Hugh Cavener and Jane Cavener, married George McAmish ("George McAmis"?) on December 29, 1818 in Greene County, Tennessee in the home of Hugh Cavener and Jane Cavener on the Roaring Fork of the Lick Creek with Justice of the Peace John McPherran performing the ceremony and his uncle Thomas McAmis ("Thomas McAmish") being the witness, and she apparently died before January 19, 1822 as she was not mentioned in her grandfather's will when it was executed by him on that date. George McAmish was the son of William McAmis ("William McAmish"?) and Elizabeth. In the 1860 census for Greene County, Tennessee, a James B. Cavener ("James Cavener"), age 3, was living in the McAmis home. George McAmis and Peggy Amis lived in Greene County, Tennessee near the Roaring Fork of Lick Creek. The children of George McAmis and Peggy McAmis ("Margaret McAmis") were:

William McAmis born about 1820 in Greene County, Tennessee and married Elizabeth Grant;

Jane McAmis born about 1823 in Greene County, Tennessee;

Elizabeth McAmis born about 1825 in Greene County, Tennessee;

Hugh McAmis born about 1828 in Greene County, Tennessee and married a Nancy; and,

Susan McAmis born about 1830 in Greene County, Tennessee.451

HENRY CAVENDER line (1788 - 1860+)
HENRY CAVENDER is said to have been born in North Carolina about 1788, although in the 1880 census, Zacharia Cavender believed to be his son, said that his father was born in Virginia (i.e., not North Carolina) and that his mother was born in Tennessee. In 1830, Henry Cavender was apparently living in Grainger County, Tennessee, and in 1850 he was living in Hamilton County, Tennessee, at which time he was listed as then being 62 years of age and thus born about 1788, his wife at that time was Rebecca Cavender who was then age 32 and thus born about 1818 (and undoubtedly not his first wife), and his children then living at home at that particular time comprised: Franklin Cavender age 11 and thus born about 1839; Marion Cavender age 8 and thus born about 1842; Bohemia Cavender age 5 and thus born about 1845; Adaline Cavender (“Adeline Cavender”?) age 4 and thus born about 1846; Zach Cavender ("Zachariah Cavender"?, "Zachriah Cavender"? & "Zachra Cavender") age 3 and thus born about 1847; Mary Cavender age 2 (“Elizabeth Cavender”?) and thus born about 1848; and Sarah E. Cavender ("Sarah Cavender" & “S.E. Cavender) age 8 months and thus born about 1850. 137

It is to be noted that Tennessee became a state in 1796 and was formed from the territory of North Carolina. Thus, Henry Cavender may not have actually moved from North Carolina to Granger County, Tennessee.

In 1860, the Henry Cavender family was still living in Hamilton County, Tennessee. At that time, he was listed as then being 76 years of age and thus born about 1784, his wife Rebecca Cavender was listed as then being age 41 and thus born about 1819, and their children then living at home at that time were: Franklin Cavender age 21 and thus born about 1839; Marion Cavender age 17 and thus born about 1843, Bohemia Cavender (female) 14 years of age and thus born about 1846; and, Zachariah Cavender age 13 and thus born about 1847.

It is believed that Henry Cavender had the following 9 children:



BENJAMIN S. CAVENDER (“Benjamin Cavender” & “B.S. Cavender”) born about 1806 in North Carolina. However, according to the death certificate of his daughter, Sarah Elizabeth Cavender (Sarah Cavender” & “S.E. Cavender”), he was born in Tennesseee. In either event, he married Sarah Elizabeth Nance (“Sarah Nance” & “Sally Nance”) on December 26, 1827 in Grainger County, Tennessee, was a schoolteacher, was still living in Grainger County, Tennessee in 1830, moved to Arcola, Dade County, Missouri about 1855-1856 484 where he purchased 2 farms, and died on either March 14, 1858479 & 484 or on April 14, 1858 in Dade County, Missouri at the age of 50 years while teaching at a school located on Cedar Creek, in Dade County, Missouri. The property of Benjamin Cavender was sold on the courthouse steps on September 6, 1858 to Thomas McGuire who subsequently assigned title to Thomas J. Cavender ("Thomas Jefferson Cavender"?, “T.J. Cavender” & "Thomas Cavender") who was probably the son of Benjamin Cavender. Sarah Nance was born either about 1808 or about 1812 in Grainger County, Tennessee, was the daughter of Reuben Nance and a Roseanna or Rosanna 484, died either before 1865 or after 1858 484 in Dade County, Missouri, and is buried in an unmarked grave in Farmer’s Field Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri. According to the 1850 census, Benjamin Cavender then 44 years of age, born about 1806 in North Carolina, and then living in Hamilton County, Tennessee, together with his wife Sarah Cavender age 38 and born in Tennessee, and their children at that particular point in time were: Parthena Jane Cavender ("Parthena Cavender" & “Parthenia Cavender”?) age 19 and thus born about 1831; Elijah Cavender age 18 and thus born about 1832; Rosannah Cavender (“Rosanah Cavender”?) age 15 and thus born about 1835; Sarah E. Cavender ("Sarah Cavender" & “S.E. Cavender”) age 13 and thus born about 1837; Thomas Jefferson Cavender ("Thomas Cavender" & “T.J. Cavender”) age 9 and thus born about 1841; Henry Calvin Cavender ("Henry Cavender", Henry C. Cavender” & “H.C. Cavender”) age 7 and thus born about 1843; Mary A. Cavender ("Mary Cavender" & “M.A. Cavender”) age 4 and thus born about 1846; and, Reuben Benjamin Cavender ("Reubin Cavender", “Reuben B. Cavender”, “R.B. Cavender” & "Reuben Cavender") age 2 and thus born about 1848. According to the 1860 census, Sarah Cavender and her son Thomas Cavender and 4 of their children were listed as then still living in Dade County, Missouri. He executed his Last Will and Testament on March 13, 1858 in Dade County, Missouri. Benjamin S. Cavender and Sarah Cavender had 10 children:

PARTHENIA JANE CAVENDER ("Parthena Cavender", “Parthenia J. Cavender”, “P.J. Cavender” & "Parthena Cavender"?) was born in Grainger County, Tennessee on February 10, 1830.398 & 479 (In fact, the 1900 census of Dade County, Missouri lists her birth date as December 1828.) Parthenia Cavender married either Lemuel Deering279 & 479 , Immanuel Derring (“Lem Derring”)479 & 484, or James B. Deering ("James Deering").398 & 479 in Tennessee, and moved to Missouri at the time her father did. Parthenia Deering died on March 19, 1901 in Barry County, Missouri, and is buried in the Fanning Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri. James Deering (?) was born in April 1826 in Jackson County, Alabama, served in Company M of the 8th. Regiment of the Missouri Calvary Volunteers, and died March 2, 1901 in Barry County, Missouri. It is believed that James Deering and Parthena Deering had 8 children:

Mac Deering (“Mac Derring”?);

Sarah Jane Deering (“Sarah Deering”, “Sarah Jane Derring” & “Sarah Deering”?);

Susan Elizabeth Derring (“Susan Deering”, “Elizabeth Deering” & “Susan Deering”);

Ellen Deering (“Ellen Derring”?);

Tennessee Derring (“Tennessee Deering”?);

George Deering (“George Derring”?) born in December 1864 in Missouri;

Benjamin Deering (“Benny Derring”?) born in May 1866 in Missouri; and,

Timothy B. Deering (“Timothy Derring” & "Timothy Deering"?) born March 28, 1870 approximately 1 mile Northwest of Glenntown in Dade County, Missouri, married Daisy Eagles on December 23, 1906, was a minister and lived in Gravette, Arkansas, and died March 5, 1922 in either Dade County, Missouri at the home of James Duffy or in Barry County, Missouri479. Timothy Deering and Daisy Deering had 5 children, 2 of which died in infancy. The 3 remaining children were:

Loran Deering (“Loran Derring”? born about 1910;

Alma Deering (“Alma Derring”, “Alama Deering” & “Alama Derring”?) born about 1913; and,

Herbert Deering (“Herbert Derring”?) born about 1916;

ELIJAH CAVENDER born about 1832 in Tennessee, and died un-married about 1853 at the age of 21 years;

ARDELIA ROSANNAH CAVENDER (“Ardelia Cavender”, “Rosie Cavender”, "Rose Cavender”, “A.R. Cavender” & “Anna Cavender") born in either July 1835 279 July 14, 1832479 or on July 14, 1834398, 479 & 484 in Grainger County, Tennessee , married Berry Duncan, Jr. ("Barry Duncan, Jr.") on either September 1, 1858 or on September 1, 1859 484 in Dade County, Missouri, was a member of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, died September 18, 1914 in Dade County, Missouri at the age of 82 or 83 years of age, and is buried in the Greenfield Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri. Berry Duncan was born June 18, 1829 in Roane County, Tennessee, served in the Civil war and fought at Pea Ridge, died January 20, 1912 in Dade County, Missouri, and is buried with his wife. According to Oral Berry Duncan ("Oral Duncan"), the grandson of Berry Duncan, stated to Evelyne Keith (“Evelyn Keith”) in October of 1982 stated: "Berry Duncan was a loner like me. When you went to visit him, he would be sitting out under a shade tree." Berry Duncan said he had 2 sisters with red hair who stayed in Arkansas on the trip to Missouri to Tennessee. Berry Duncan was buried in bib overalls. When his grave was entered to transfer his remains to Greenfield because of the construction of Stockton Lake, a belt buckle from one side was found. Also, his skull had one tooth left. His left wrist bone had a healed fracture. Oral Duncan stated that he has a violin which once belonged to Berry Duncan, and then was belonged to John Duncan, Oral Duncan's father, and that Oral Duncan purchased it from the person that John Duncan had previously sold it to. All three persons were fiddlers. Berry Duncan and Rosanna Duncan had 8 children:

Ordella Duncan who died young;

Arlena Duncan who married James Duffy;

unknown infant Duncan;

unknown infant Duncan;

Orlena Duncan (“Arlena Duncan”) born on either February 6, 1859 or on February 6, 1869 484 in the Old Salem Chapel in Dade County, Missouri, married James Mazarine Duffy ("James Duffy") on June 26, 1887 in Dade County, Missouri, died April 20, 1954 in Dade County, Missouri, and is buried in the Greenfield Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri. James Duffy was born on either January 29, 1862 484 or January 29, 1863 in Dade County, Missouri, and died July 18, 1946 in Dade County, Missouri. James Duffy and Orlena Duffy had at least 2 children who died before 1900 and whose identity is presently unknown. The remaining 8 children of James Duffy and Orlena Duffy were:

Myrtle Duffy born in September 1891 in Dade County, Missouri, married a Cagle, and lived in Sacramento, California;

Ester Duffy (“Esther Duffy”) born in February 1894 in Dade County, Missouri, married James E. Daugherty (“James Daugherty), and lived in Memphis, Tennessee. James Daugherty and Ester Daugherty had a son named:

James Lowell Daugherty (“James Daugherty”);

Lois Josephine Duffy ("Lois Duffy") born November 1898 in Dade County, Missouri, married a Hickman, and lived in Omaha, Nebraska;

James A. Duffy born on November 10, 1900 in Dade County, Missouri, lived in Kansas City, Missouri, Lawrence, Kansas, and in Sun City, Arizona, married Hattie Herebertson, and died on February 27, 1938 in Denver Colorado. James Duffy and Hattie Duffy had 3 children:

Josephine Virginia Duffy (“Josephine Duffy”);

Floy Jean Duffy (“Floy Duffy”); and,

John Dwight Duffy;

Arden Duffy born about 1905 in Dade County, Missouri, and lived in Sun City, Arizona;

Kathryn Duffy (“Katheryne Duffy” & “Katherine Duffy”?) born about 1906 in Dade County, Missouri, and died in 1943 in Phoenix, Arizona;

Marjorie Duffy born about 1910 in Dade County, Missouri, married a Steinbarth, and lived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma;

and,

John Dewight Duffy (“John Duffy”);

Houston E. Duncan ("Houston Duncan") born September 1, 1859 in Arcola,Dade County, Missouri near Arcola, Missouri, married Annie K. Duffy ("Annie Duffy" & "Ann Duffy") on January 25, 1883 in Dade County, Missouri, died July 7, 1931 in Dade County, Missouri, and is buried in the Greenfield Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri. Annie Duffy was born on either October 1, 1858479 & 484 or on October 14, 1858 in Virginia, died May 10, 1940 in Dade County, Missouri, and is buried in Greenfield in Dade County, Missouri. Houston Duncan and Annie Duncan ("Ann Duncan") had 3 children:

Romola Duncan born in November 1885 in Dade County, Missouri, and died before 1931;

Lona C. Duncan ("Lona Duncan") born in May 1888 in Dade County, Missouri, died July 24, 1911 in Dade County, Missouri by committing suicide over a love affair gone wrong, and is buried in the Greenfield Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri; and,

Belva L. Duncan ("Belva Duncan") born in January 1890 in Dade County, Missouri, married Jesse E. Mackey (“Jessie Mackie” &"Jesse Mackey") in August 1916 in Dade County, Missouri where he also was born, and in 1940 was living in Effingham, Kansas;

Calvin Lincoln Duncan ("Calvin Duncan") born about 1862 in Dade County, Missouri, first married Lillie Duffy (“Lillian Duffy”?), later married Ida McManis (“Ida McMannis”) on May 13, 1901 in Dade County, Missouri, died October 24, 1917 in Glenntown, Dade County, Missouri near Glenntown, Missouri, and is buried in the Greenfield Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri. Ida McMannis was the daughter of Jim McMannis (“James McMannis”) and Tan Tarvet. Calvin Duncan and Ida Duncan had 2 children:

Ruth Z. Duncan (“Ruth Duncan”) born about 1904; and,

Thelma M. Duncan (“Thelma Duncan”) born about 1906;

John Howard Duncan ("John Duncan") born May 26, 1866 in Dade County, Missouri, married Mollie J. Divine ("Mollie Divine", "Molly Divine"?, "Mary Devine" & "Mary Ann Devine") on December 2, 1888, died March 16, 1942 in Dade County, Missouri, and is buried in the Carr Chapel Cemetery in Dade County, Missouri. Mollie Divine was born on November 11, 1871 in Barton County, Missouri, died on March 25, 1943 in Dade County, Missouri, and is buried with her husband. John Duncan and Mollie Duncan ("Molly Duncan"?, "Mary Duncan" & "Mary Ann Duncan") had 4 children:

Oral Berry Duncan ("Oral Duncan") was born on January 2, 1896 in Dade County, Missouri, first married a Bertha, later married Mabel Rutherford on October 12, 1918, and died on December 4 in Independence, Missouri. Mabel Rutherford was born about 1891 and died in February 1970. Oral Duncan had a daughter named:

Download 8.16 Mb.

Share with your friends:
1   ...   209   210   211   212   213   214   215   216   ...   224




The database is protected by copyright ©ininet.org 2020
send message

    Main page