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1789/07/09 Jemina Eudaly ("Jemina Eudailey", "Jemina Eudaley", "Jemina Youdaley" & "Jemina Youdaly"), daughter of John Eudaly ("John Eudailey", "John Eudaley", "John Youdaley" & "John Youdaly") married Thomas Arnold in Charlotte County, Virginia, with Thomas Smith being the surety.
1789/08/27 Date of a court proceedings in Princess Anne County, Virginia, involving Henry Cavinder ("Henry Cavender"?), administrator of the estate of a Cavender who married Elizabeth Woodhouse who was the widow of a Phillip Woodhouse and was the Administratrix of the estate of William Woodhouse.112 Note that on January 10, 1782, Thomas Cavendar ("Thomas Cavender") of Princess Anne County, Virginia, purchased from John Woodhouse and Rachel Woodhouse a 43 acre tract of land and building at Brinsons Inlet in Princess Anne County and adjacent to land owned by Adam Robinson and Anthony Lovett. The Indenture was witnessed by John Fentress, Reuben Lovett and Isaac Tolewine. 112 & 198 Also note that on September 10, 1789, the will of Thomas Cavender of Princess Anne County, Virginia, was probated and in which he named his sons Thomas Cavender and James Cavender and his daughter, Elizabeth Cavender ("Betsey Cavender" & "Betsy Cavender"). He appointed his brother Henry Cavender of Princess Anne County the executor and who died in 1803 in Princess Anne County. Thomas Cavender's will was witnessed by William Gornto, Moses Flannkin ("Moses Flannigan"?) and Mary Roberson and was probated September 10, 1789. 28, 43, 91 & 196 Thus, it appears that Thomas Cavender was the un-named Cavender who is stated to have married Elizabeth Woodhouse and that this particular Thomas Cavender was the brother of the Henry Cavender above.
1789/10/07 Reuben Cavendar ("Ruben Cavender") married Frankey Brown in Princess Anne County, Virginia. He apparently was born in Princess Anne County, Virginia, in 1766. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. Joshua Lawrence a Baptist Minister from Princess Anne County, and the bondsman was Malachi Carroll. Mrs. Frankey Brown (formerly "Frankey Cavender") later married Caleb Scott on June 1, 1815 in Princess Anne County, Virginia with Rev. George Norris (“George Morris”?) performing the ceremony and David Dawley being the surety. Rev. George Norris (“George Morris”) was a Baptist minister from Princess Anne County-Lower Norfolk County, Virginia. 133, 149, 222, 294, 350 & 355
1789/10/17 David Cavender, Allen Hayward and Mary Dawson sold to Negro Joe a Manumission located in Dorchester County, Maryland.286
1789/11/13 Francisca Caverner (“Francisca Caverner”? & "Joannes Cavender"?), daughter of Gulielmi Caverner ("Gulielmi Cavender"?) and Mariae Caverner ("Mariae Cavender"?), was christened in Saint James Parish-RC on Winchester Street, London?, Hampshire County, England. 170
1789/11/16 John Roberts married Rebecca Sammons ("Rebecha Sammons" in Lunenburg County, Virginia, who is believed to be the sister of Betsy Sammons (sometimes "Betsy Sammon") the wife of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender"). 111, 131 & 133
1789/12/18 The Virginia General Assembly pass an act allowing Kentucky County, Virginia to apply for statehood. At that time the State of Kentucky County, Virginia was described as being to the south and westward of a line beginning on the Ohio River at the mouth of Great Sandy Creek and running up the same and the main, or northeasterly, branch thereof to the Great Laurel Ridge of the Cumberland Mountains, then southwesterly along the said mountain to the line of North Carolina. In 1780, Kentucky County, Virginia was divided in three counties, Jefferson, Fayette and Lincoln. Within just a few years, six more counties had been carved out of these three original counties. On June 1, 1792, these nine Virginia Counties became the State of Kentucky.
1789/11/21 The state of North Carolina became the 12th. State to join the Union.
1789 (1) DELAWARE: Alexander Cavender paid taxes in Penacader Hundred in New Castle County, Delaware.418 David Cavender paid taxes in Nanticoke Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware.418 Henry Cavender paid taxes in Nanticoke Hundred in Sussex County, Delaware.418

(2) MARYLAND: Ezekiel Cavender sold 107 acres ("Ezekiel's Fortune") to Robert Stevens in Dorchester County, Maryland. This particular Ezekiel Cavender is believed to be the son of Dorset Cavender who died about 1738 in Dorchester County, Maryland. By this time he was approximately 60 years old and thus he would have been born about 1729. 302 , 313 & 336



Ann Cavender was the head of the household in Charles County, Maryland in 1790 which then comprised 00 01 03 00 00, which apparently means herself and 3 slaves.418

Thomas Cavender was born in Maryland in 1789 and was living in Eden, Logan Township in Peoria County, Illinois in 1850. At that time, he listed his wife as being Cathy Cavender (“Catherine Cavender” & “Catharine Cavender”) age 35 and born in Ohio about 1815, and his children at that time were:

David Cavender age 14 and born in Ohio about 1836; Hiram Cavender age 13 and born in Ohio about 1837; and,

James Cavender age 2 and born in Illinois about 1848. Also listed as then living in his household was a Jackson Fox age 16 and born in Ohio.

Apparently Thomas Cavender married Catharine Fox ("Catherine Fox") on July 26, 1849 in Peoria County, Illinois and she must have been previously married and had a son named Jackson Fox by the previous marriage.310 Elizabeth Cavender was then the head of the household in Cecil County, Maryland and her household then comprised 00 01 00 00.418

(3) NEW HAMPSHIRE: Charles Cavender was then living in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and his household then comprised 01 02 04 00 00.418

(4) NEW YORK: Charles Cavender was then living in Clinton County, New York and his family then comprised 01 00 00 00 00.418

(5) VIRGINIA (1789):

Reuben Cavender married Frankey Brown in Princess Anne County, Virginia. The ceremony was conducted by Rev. Joshua Lawrence. 30, 133 & 350 An inventory was filed in Princess Anne County, Virginia with respect to the estate of Jn. Cavender ("John Cavender"?). 350

The Will of Thomas Cavender was probated in Princess Anne County, Virginia. 350



William Cavender, probably the son of Hugh Cavender, of Charlotte County, Virginia, paid estate taxes on himself being over 21 years old, 2 slaves and 1 horse.393

Hugh Cavender is believed to have died in Charlotte County, Virginia in late 1788 or early 1789.

The last will and testament of Thomas Cavendar ("Thomas Cavender") was probated in Princess Anne County, Virginia, and an inventory of the estate of John Cavender was filed in the same county. There is a possibility that John Cavender and Thomas Cavender were brothers.



1790/04/20 James Cavender of Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, and Polly Murray ("Polly Murry", "Mary Murray" & "Mary Jane Murray") filed their intentions to be married.283 & 305
1790/05/17 James Cavender and Polly Murray ("Polly Marry"?, "Mary Murray" & "Mary Jane Murray") were married in Essex County, Newbury, Massachusetts. This particular James Cavender was probably the son of James Cavender and Catherine Cavender who was born October 6, 1765 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts. Also, Polly Cavender apparently was also known as Mary Cavender.283 & 306
1790/07/07 James Cavener (“James Cavender”?) died on this date in Warwicks Coventry, St Michael, England.
1790/09/27 A Revolutionary War Land Warrant No. 6907 for 100 acres was issued to Moses Cavender of New York and a pension was issued to him on the same date and assigned to Jacob Temper ("Jacob Tremper"). 14, 136 & 255
1790 At this particular point in time, the boundaries of the Colony of Virginia extended all the way from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mississippi River and included the entire State of West Virginia and its counties: Berkley County, West Virginia; Frederick County, West Virginia; Greenbrier County, West Virginia; Hampshire County, West Virginia; Hardy County, West Virginia, Harrison County, West Virginia; Kanawha County, West Virginia; Monongalia County, West Virginia; Monroe County, West Virginia; Montgomery County, West Virginia; Ohio County, West Virginia; Pendleton County, West Virginia; Randolph County, West Virginia; and, District of West Augusta County, West Virginia, and the entire State of Kentucky which the counties: Bourbon County, Kentucky; Fayette County, Kentucky; Jefferson County, Kentucky; Lincoln County, Kentucky; Madison County, Kentucky; Mercer County, Kentucky; Nelson County, Kentucky; and, Woodford County, Kentucky.
1790 (1) DELAWARE: In the reconstructed 1790 census for Delaware:

Alexander Cavender was living in Pencader Hundred, in New Castle County, Delaware;

David Cavender was living in Nanicoke Hundred, Delaware; and,

Henry Cavender were living in Nanicoke Hundred, Delaware.

(2) MARYLAND (1790)



Isaac Cavindon ("Isaac Cavender"?) family was then living in Dorchester County, Maryland and his household then comprised 01-01-04-00-00.418

Mary Cavender was the head of a household in Caroline County, Maryland, comprising 3 females only;

Elizabeth Cavender was the head of the household in Elk Neck Hundred in Cecil County, Maryland, and was living with her son who was under 16 years old. Their family then comprised 00-00-03-00-00;

Ann Cavender was the head of the household in Charles County, Maryland, and her family comprised 1 male under 16 and 6 females;

Thomas Cavindor ("Thomas Cavender"?) was listed as the head of a household in Dorchester County, Maryland in 1790; and,

Isaac Cavindon ("Isaac Cavender"?) was living in Dorchester County, Maryland.139, 302 , 303, 321 & 352

(3) MASSACHUSETTS (1790)



Mrs. Cavener was then living in Boston Town, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. At that time her family only consisted of herself and either 2 or 3 white and free females, who were apparently her daughters.418

(4) NEW YORK (1790)



Moses Cavender family was then living in Ulster County, New York and comprised 01-00-01-00-00.418

(5) NORTH CAROLINA (1790)



Sylvester Caviner ("Sylvester Cavender"?) was then living in Jones County, North Carolina and his household then comprised 01-02-02-00-00;

Bryan Caviner ("Bryan Cavender"?, "Briant Cavender"? & "Bryant Cavender"?) family was then living in Craven County, north Carolina and his household at that time comprised 02-00-01-00-00;418

Thomas Cavinah ("Thomas Cavender"?) was then living in Halifax County, North Carolina and his household then comprised 01-01-03-00-00;418

Ezekiel Cavender family was living in Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina in 1790 and at that time comprised 2 males 16 and up, 3 males 3-16, and 2 females;

Patrick Carvender ("Patrick Cavender"?), believed to be a Catholic born in Ireland was living in Wilkes County, North Carolina in 1790;

Stephen Caffinder ("Stephen Cavender"?) was living in Wilkes County, North Carolina in 1790; and,

James Cavender family was living in Salisbury, Rowan County, North Carolina and comprised 3 sons and 2 daughters under 10, his wife 16-20 and himself 26-45. 355 & 371

(6)PENNSYLVANIA (1790)



John Cavarough ("John Cavender"?) was then living in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania;

John Caveaer ("John Cavender"?) was then living in York County, Pennsylvania;

Patrick Cavinaugh ("Patrick Cavender") was living in Washington County, Pennsylvania in 1790;481

Patrick Cavender was then living in Bedford County, Pennsylvania and his family then comprised 01-01-02-00-00;

William Cavender was then living in Charleston Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania and his family consisted of 1 white male and no slaves, 3 white males under 18, and 2 white females. 131 & 278

Henry Cavender was also born in 1790, lived in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania (according to the Colonial and Revolutionary lineages of America, Vol. 15, pages 524-526) and had descendants who married into the Mott family; 279 and,

Rev. Charles Cavender was then the pastor of St. George's Church in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, according to Wescotts "History of Philadelphia", pages 368-564.

(7) SOUTH CAROLINA (1790)



Elizabeth Cavineau ("Elizabeth Cavender"?) family was then living in Dorchester County, South Carolina and her household then comprised 00-00-02-00-00;418

James Cavender #1 was married and then living in the 96th District of South Carolina, had two daughters. It is believed that he was born around 1751;135, 281, 309 & 321 and,

James Cavender #2 family was living in Spartanburg County, South Carolina and comprised 1 male 16 and up, and 3 females.

(8) NEW HAMPSHIRE (1790)



Charles Cavender family was living in Society Land Town Precinct in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, and consisted of: 1 male 16 and over, either 2 or 3 males under 16 and 4 females.Society Land Town is a local name which included several towns, including Hancock, New Hampshire. 321 & 322

(9) NEW YORK (1790)

Charles Samuel Cavender (“Charles Cavender” & “Charles S. Cavender”) was living in Wellsburgh Township, Clinton County, New York in 1790, and was listed as 16 and over. Another report states that this Charles Cavender was listed as being over 21 years of age with no dependents.388 Due to the closeness of Clinton County, New York to Ferrisburg, Vermont suggests that this particular Charles Cavender was the one who is said to have been born about 1765 in Ireland and married Deborah Davis as he was the only Charles Cavender in New York or near Vermont in 1790; and,

Moses Cavender and his wife were living in Newburg Township in Ulster County, New York. 321

(10) PENNSYLVANIA (1790)



William Cavender family was then living in Charleston Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania, and comprised: 1 male 16 and over, 3 males under 16 and 2 females;321

John Cavarough ("John Cavender"?) family was then living in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania;

John Caveaer ("John Cavender"?) was then living in York County, Pennsylvania;

John Cavarough ("John Cavender"?) family was then living in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania; 355 and,

Patrick Cavender was then living in Bedford County, Pennsylvania in 1790 and his family consisted of himself and no slaves, 1 white male under 18, and 2 white females. 279

(11) TENNESSEE (1790)



Mrs. E. Cavender ("E. Cavender") was born and was buried May 19, 1865 in the Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee City Cemetery. 355

(12) VIRGINIA (1790)



Thomas Cavender family consisting of 5 people and 1 slave was then living in Middle Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne County, Virginia;

Reuben Cavender family consisting of 4 people was then living in Princess Anne County, Virginia;

John Cavender family consisting of 6 people and 1 slave was then living in the Middle Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne County, Virginia; Sarah Cavender ("Sarah Cavanaugh") was living alone in either Princess Anne County, Virginia or in Norfolk County, Virginia. 138, 139 & 355

Henry Cavender #1 and his family of 6 people were then living in the Lower Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne County, Virginia;

Henry Cavender #2and his family of 4 people were also then living in the Lower Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne County, Virginia;

William Cavendar ("William Cavender") was then living in the Lower Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne County, Virginia; and,

Reuben Cavender and his family of 4 people were then living in the Middle Precinct of the Eastern Shore of Princess Anne County, Virginia; 139, 321, 350 & 355

The estate of Hugh Cavender who had recently deceased in Charlotte County, Virginia was charged taxes on 1 man over 21, probably Hugh Cavender's son, Eudaley James Cavender ("James Cavender") who was born about 1770 and was then still probably living at home, and 1 slave.393

(13) Map of Virginia showing the Counties as of 1790. 107 & 110

(14) John Cavender, Jr. was born about 1790, married Sara Zeleat ("Sarah Zeleat") in 1811, and is believed to be the son of the particular John Cavender who was born in Delaware in 1760, married Margaret, fought in the Revolutionary War, and died in 1837. 130, 282 & 337


1791/01/09 Date of birth of Sally Murray Cavender ("Sally Cavender"), daughter of James Cavender and Mary Cavender ("Mary Jane Cavender" & "Polly Cavender"), of Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. This particular James Cavender was probably the son of James Cavender and Catherine Cavender who was born October 6, 1765 in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts. Also, Polly Cavender apparently was also known as Mary Cavender.283, 306 & 397
1790 Date of birth of a James Cavender who was born in Canton, Stark County, Ohio about 1790, and who, according to the records of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Canton, Stark County, Ohio, married Christine Wertenberger (“Christina Wertenberger”, "Dinah Wertenberger" & "Dina Wertenberger") in Canton, Stark County, Ohio on March 30, 1830, and died prior to 1841. Christina Wertenberger was born June 4, 1804 in Plain Township, Stark County, Ohio, was the daughter of George Wertenberger and Mary Elizabeth Harter Bock ("Mary Bock" & "Elizabeth Bock"), and died March 16, 1841 in Canton, Nimishillen Township, Stark County, Ohio. James Cavender later remarried an unknown person after Christina Cavender died, and apparently moved out of the area. His then existing children apparently stayed behind and were raised by his former father-in-law and mother-in-law.

James Cavender and Christina Cavender had 6 children before Christina died:

(I) GEORGE CAVENDER born January 4, 1832 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio, and became under the guardianship of Daniel Werner ("Daniel Warner"?) on April 19, 1842;

(II) DANIEL VALOROUS CAVENDER ("Daniel Cavender" & “D.V. Cavender”) born on July 18, 1833 in Canton, Stark County, Ohio,374 and became under the guardianship of Daniel Werner ("Daniel Warner"?) on May 6, 1850, married Elizabeth Ann Kimmerle ("Elizabeth Kimmerle") on September 2, 1860, and died on September 4, 1893 in Chetopa, Labette County, Kansas. Elizabeth Kimmerle was born on either July 3, 1836 or on July 3, 1836, believed to be in Michigan, and died on September 2, 1904 in Wallace, Shoshone County, Iowa, and is buried in Portland, Oregon. Daniel Valouous Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender (“Ann Cavender”) had 8 children born in Missouri, Iowa and Kansas:

(i) Henry Almont Cavender (“Henry Cavender”, “Henry A. Cavender”, “H.A. Cavender & “Henry Altmont Cavender”?) born on June 14, 1861 in either Michigan or in Missouri, married Cora Bell Wright (“Cora Wright”) on October 6, 1886 in Chetopa, Labette County, Kansas, moved to Oregon from Chetopa, Kansas in the mid 1890's, died on April 10, 1919 in Portland, Mulnomath County, Oregon, and is buried in the Riverview Cemetery in Portland, Oregon. Cora Wright was born on September 28, 1867 in Bath, Illinois, died on February 25, 1946 in Portland, Oregon, and is buried with her husband. Henry Cavender and Cora Cavender (“Bell Cavender”) had one son named:

Lloyd Wright Cavender (“Lloyd Cavender”, “Loyd Cavender”? & “L.W. Cavender”) born on March 4, 1891 in Chetopa, Labette County, Kansas, married Mary Margaret Walker (“Mary Walker”) on July 12, 1915 in Portland, Mulnomah County, Oregon, and they were divorced about 1928 in Portland, Oregon and they apparently remarried on December 31, 1937 in Stevenson, Skamania County, Washington. Lloyd Cavender died on December 16, 1956 in Portland, Mulnomah County, Oregon. Mary Walker was born on May 7, 1898 in Portland, Mulnomah County, Oregon, and died on August 23, 1978 in Newport, Lincoln County, Oregon. Lloyd Cavender and Mary Cavender (“Margaret Cavender”) had 4 children:

William Charles Cavender (“William Cavender” & “William C. Cavender”) born on October 11, 1916 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, first married Elsie Jane Bailey (“Elsie Bailey”) about 1940 in Portland, Oregon, and later married Mickey Clara Eudy (“Mickey Eudy” & formerly “Mickey Clara Myrtle”, “Mickey Myrtle”) in December 1946 in Marysville, Washington. Elsie Bailey was born in Portland, Oregon. Mickey Myrtle was born on June 24, 1918 in Ink, Texas County, Missouri and had previously married a John Stewart Mahaffey (“John Mahaffey”) about 1936 in Hayden, Colorado and who was born about 1910 in Utah?. William Cavender and Elsie Cavender had 1 son:

Richard Walker Cavender (“Richard Cavender” & “R.W. Cavender”) born March 7, 1942 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, and married Karen Walker about 1965 in Portland, Oregon. Karen Walker was born on March 14, 1942. Richard Cavender and Karen Cavender had 2 children:

Glen Cavender (“Glenn Cavender”?) born on July 7, 1967 in Portland, Oregon, and married a Jennifer about 1991 in Portland, Oregon. Glen Cavender and Jennifer Cavender had 2 children: Elizabeth Rose Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender”) born on May 24, 1992 in Portland, Oregon; and, Alexandra Cavender born in June 1997; and,

Teresa Jane Cavender (“Teresa Cavender” & “T.J. Cavender”) who was born on March 24, 1970 in Portland, Oregon;

William Cavender and Mickey Cavender (“Clara Cavender” & “Myrtle Cavender”) had 1 son named:



Michael Gene Cavender (“Michael Cavender” & “M.G. Cavender”) born on February 25, 1946 in San Diego, California, married Nancy Ellen Antilla (“Nancy Antilla”) on March 14, 1970 in Gardner, Massachusettes. Nancy Antilla was born on June 30, 1944 in Keene, New Hampshire. Michael Cavender and Nancy Cavender (“Ellen Cavender”) have 3 children named:

Nathan William Cavender (“Nathan Cavender” & “N.W. Cavender”) born on May 26, 1971 in Munich, Germany;

Rebecca Anne Cavender (“Rebecca Cavender” & “R.A. Cavender”) born on February 1, 1973 in Corvallis, Oregon; and,

Matthew Curtis Cavender (“Matthew Cavender”) born on January 26, 1976 in Corvalis, Oregon;

Corita Cavender (“Corratta Cavender”) born on May 27, 1918 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, and died on May 27, 1918 in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon;

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