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EDWARD G. CAVENDER (“Edward Cavender”, “Edward Cavander”?. “E.G. Cavender”, “Ted Cavender”, “Ned Cavender” & “Edward Cavanaugh”?) born in either March 1869 or August 1870/71503 in Rotherham, Yorks County, England, apparently never married, and died in 1943;

THOMAS WILLIAM CAVENDER (“Thomas W. Cavender”, “T.W. Cavender”, “Thomas Cavender”, “Thomas Cavander”? & “Thomas Cavanaugh”?) born February 24, 1873 in Rotherham, Yorks County, England, served in the army at some point during 1890-1900, married Sarah Ellen Havron (“Sarah Havron”) in May 1909, and died in November 1924 in Rotherham, Yorks County, England. Sarah Havron had an illegitimate daughter named Gertrude Lannig who was born in 1906, and Sarah died on January 8, 1934. Thomas Cavender and Sarah Cavender (“Ellen Cavender”, “Ellen Cavander”?, “Ellen Cavanaugh”, Sarah Cavander”? & “Sarah Cavanaugh”?) had 8 children:

Gertie Cavender (“Gertrude Cavender”?) born about 1906, and died about 1989;

Daniel Cavender (“Daniel Cavander”? & “Daniel Cavanaugh”?) born on May 19, 1910 in Rotheram, Yorks County, England, married Annie Sarah Blowes (“Sarah Blowes”) on December 14, 1935 in the Church of St. Johns in Ingros, Keighley, England, and died on May 8, 1967. Annie Blowes (“Sarah Blowes”) was born on December 24, 1910, and died July 21, 2001503. Daniel Cavender and Annie Cavender (“Ann Cavender”? & “Annie Cavanaugh”) had 6 children which Annie Cavender moved to Keighley, England at the death of her husband, Daniel Cavender. Keighley England was a town of many woolen textile mills for employment of her daughters. The children of Daniel Cavender and Annie Cavender were:

Daniel Austin Cavender (“Daniel A. Cavender”, “Daniel Austin Cavander”?, “Daniel Austin Cavanaugh”?, “Daniel Cavender”, “Daniel Cavander”,”D.A. Cavender” & “Daniel Cavanaugh”?) born on November 27, 1936, and married Margaret Nicholson on December 4, 1965. Margaret Nicholson was born on April 7, 1944. Daniel Austin Cavender had 2 children:

Robert Andrew Cavender (“Robert Cavender” & “R.A. Cavender”) born July 21, 1967; and,

Gwynneth Margaret Cavender (“Gwynneth Cavender” & “G.M. Cavender”) born September 12, 1970;

Stuart Russell Cavender (“Suart R. Cavender”, ‘Stuart Russell Cavander”, “Stuart Cavander”?, “Stuart Cavender”, “Stuart Cavander”, “S.R. Cavender” & “Stuart Cavanaugh”?) born on July 31, 1938;

John Vian Cavender (“John Vian Cavander”?, “John Vian Cavanaugh”, “John V. Cavender”?, “John Cavender”, “John Cavander”?, “J.V. Cavender” & “John Cavanaugh”?) born on October 27, 1941, and died on July 23, 1986;

Neil Alvin Cavender (“Neil Alvin Cavander”?, “Neil Alvin Cavanaugh”?, “Neil Cavender”, “Neil Cavander”?, “N.A. Cavender” & “Neil Cavanaugh”?) born on February 21, 1944;

Cristine Anne Cavender (“Christine Anne Cavander”?, “Christine Anne Cavanaugh”?, “Cristine Cavender”, Christine Cavander”?, “C.A. Cavender” & “Christine Cavanaugh”?) born on July 25, 1947, and married Roger Howard Crossley (“Roger Crossley”). Roger Crossley and Christine Crossley (“Anne Crossley”) have 2 children:

Alison Anne Crossley (“Alison Crossley”) born on July 9, 1968; and,

Jonathan Rega Crossley (“Jonathan Crossley”) born on January 18, 1971; and,

Paul Lindsay Cavender (“Paul Lindsay Cavander”?, “Paul Lindsay Cavanaugh”?, “Paul Cavender”, “Paul Cavander”?, “P.L. Cavender” & “Paul Cavanaugh”?) born on October 27, 1954;

Mary Cavender (“Mary Cavander”? & “Mary Cavanaugh”?) born on January 4, 1912, and died on July 24, 1989;

Thomas Cavender (“Thomas Cavander”? & “Thomas Cavanaugh”?) born about 1915, and died January 3, 1934;

Ellen Cavender (“Ellen Cavander”? & “Ellen Cavanaugh”?) born about 1918, and died about 1957;

Kathleen Cavender (“Kathleen Cavander”? & “Kathleen Cavanaugh”?), a twin, born on February 3, 1920, and died about 1924;

James Cavender (“James Cavander”? & “James Cavanaugh”?), a twin, born on February 3, 1920, and died on May 16, 1975; and,

John Edward Cavender (“John Edward Cavander”?, “John Edward Cavanaugh”?, “John Cavender”, “John E. Cavender”, “John Cavander”, “J.E. Cavender”, “Jack Cavender” & “John Cavanaugh”?) born about 1922503 and is deceased;

DANIEL CAVENDER (“Daniel Cavander”? & “Daniel Cavanaugh”?) born in 1876 in Rotherham, Yorks County, England, apparently never married, and died in 1897; and,

JOHN WHITE CAVENDER (“John W. Cavender”, “J.W. Cavender” & “John Cavender”) born about 1877 in Rotherham, Yorks County, England, married Emma Wilkinson and died about 1940.

DANIEL CAVANAUGH (“Daniel Cavander”? & “Daniel Cavender”?) born on March 27, 1837;

WILLIAM CAVANAUGH (“William Cavander”? & “William Cavender”?) born on April 21, 1839;

BENJAMIN CAVANAUGH (“Benjamin Cavander”? & “Benjamin Cavender”?) born on August 8, 1841;

FANNY BRAIN CAVANAUGH (“Fanny Cavanaugh”, “Frances Cavanaugh”?, “Fanny Brain Cavander”?, Frances Cavander”?, “Fanny Brain Cavender”?. “F.B. Cavender”? & “Frances Cavender”?) born on November 12, 1843;

ENOS CAVANAUGH (“Enos Cavander”? & “Enos Cavender”?) born on July 30, 1848; and,

CATHERINE CAVANAUGH (“Catherine Cavander”? & “Catherine Cavender”?) born on March 3, 1850.279, 468, 469 & John Henry White

EDWARD CAVENAH/GEORGE EDWARD CAVENAH line (1790 - ? )
EDWARD CAVENAH ("Edward Cavnar" “Edward Cavender”?) is believed to be the same George Edward Cavenah ("George Cavenah"?, "George Cavanah"?, "George Cavender"?, “G.E. Cavender”? & “George E. Cavender”?) who was born about 1790 in Granville County, North Carolina which is located just south of Lunenburg County, Virginia from which county Eudaley James Cavender ("James Cavender"), son of Hugh Cavender, migrated to Williamson County, Tennessee in either late 1805 or early 1806, moved to Hickman County, Tennessee before the 1820 census was taken, and at which time his family then comprised himself, then age 26-45, his wife or daughter than age 10-16, and a son and 2 daughters all under the age of 10 years. 355 However, he apparently re-married Elizabeth Peeler about 1825 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and he died about 1859 in Hardeman County, Tennessee. Elizabeth Peeler was born about 1809, was the daughter of Jacob Peeler, and died about 1890.

On September 8, 1831, Land Grant No. 11178 was issued by the State of Tennessee to Edward Cavenner or Edward Cavener ("Edward Cavender") and Jacob Peeler for 200 acres of land in Hickman County, Tennessee, on the North side of Duck River on Morris Fork of Lick Creek adjacent to lands of Edward Cavender, Jacob Peeler and Barnet McAdoo. The Grant was surveyed on the same date and was recorded on December 5, 1832. 89 It is to be noted that an Edward A. Cavender ("Edward Cavender" & “Edward Alston Cavender”?) family apparently was then living in District 4, Hickman County, Tennessee in 1860.418

Apparently, by his first marriage, Edward Cavender had a son named:

JOHN ALSTON CAVENDER ("John Cavender", “Jackie Cavender”, “Jack Cavender” “John A. Cavender”, “J.A. Cavender” "John Carvener" & "John Cavnar") who was born in Tennessee on May 26, 1818, apparently first married an Elizabeth Pierce (“Betsy Cavender”) about 1838 in Hickman County, Tennessee, later married a Mrs. Elizabeth Wordley (“Elizabeth Worley”?) and had 4 children,364 and died on August 21, 1890. Both his mother and his father were born in Virginia. Elizabeth Pierce was born on June 11, 1819, and died on January 5, 1895, and Mrs. Elizabeth Wordley (“Elizabeth Worley” & Elizabeth Wordly”) was born in Tennessee about 1820, was the daughter of Rachel Wordley (“Rachael Wordley”, “Rachel Worley”, “Rachel Wordly”, “Rachael Wordly” & “Rachael Worley”?) born in North Carolina about 1809, and she died on August 21, 1890. Apparently, she had a son by her prior marriage named John Wordly (“John Wordley” & “John Worley”) who was born in Tennessee about 1849.

According to the 1850 census, John A. Cavender was born in Tennessee about 1818, married an Elizabeth Wordley who was born in Tennessee about 1820, and their children then comprised: Jane Cavender born in Tennessee about 1840-1842 and who married W. Harris and died in Hickman County, Tennessee in 1913 and they had a daughter named Frances Harris who married Thomas M. Litton (“Thomas Litton”); Edward Art Cavender (“Edward Cavender”) born in Tennessee about 1850 who married a Rebecca and thus became Rebecca Cavender; John R Cavender (“John Cavender”) born in Tennessee about 1853 and married a Margaret to become Margaret Cavender; and, Malinda E. Cavender (“Malinda Cavender”) born in Tennessee about 1851 and who married a Davidson and became Malinda Davidson.364

According to the 1860 census report, John A. Cavender was then age 43 and born in Tennessee about 1817, and his family was then living in the 4th.. District, Hickman County, Tennessee and comprised his wife, Elizabeth Cavender, then age 41 and born in Tennessee about 1819, and their children then living at home comprised: Edward A. Cavender (“Edward Cavender” & “Edward Art Cavender”) then age 16 and born in Tennessee about 1844; M.E. Cavender (“Malinda E. Cavender” & “Malinda Cavender”) then age 10 and born in Tennessee about 1850; and, John R. Cavender (“John Cavender”) then age 8 and born in Tennessee about 1852. Also living in the same household were Rachel Wordley (“Rachael Wordley”, “Rachel Worley” & “Rachael Worley”) then age 51 and born in North Carolina about 1809 (and apparently his mother-in-law), Elizabeth A. Wordley (“Elizabeth Wordley” & “Elizabeth Worley”?) then age 30 and born in Tennessee about 1830, and John Wordley (“John Worley”?) then age 11 and born in Tennessee about 1849.

According to the 1870 census for the fourth District of Hickman County, Tennessee, John Cavender was then age 52 and born in Tennessee about 1818, and his wife Elizabeth Cavender was then age 51 and born in Tennessee about 1819, and their children then living at home were: Malinda Cavender age about 18 and born in Hickman County, Tennessee about 1852, and John R. Cavender (“John Cavender”) then age 16 and born in Hickman County, Tennessee about 1854.364

According to the 1880 census for the 11th District of Hickman County, Tennessee, John A. Cavender (“John Cavender”) was then age 62 and born in Tennessee about 1818 and both of his parents were born in Virginia, and the father of his wife, Elizabeth Cavender, was born in Tennessee and her mother was born in Virginia. At that time, Elizabeth Cavender was age 60 and thus born about 1820. None of their children were then living with them. However, living with them was their grandson named Davidson A. Cavender (“Davidson Cavender”) who was then age 7 and born in Tennessee about 1873 and both of his parents were born in Tennessee

It is reported that John Alston Cavender was one of the early settlers in Tennessee and apparently settled in Hickman County, Tennessee near Centerville, Tennessee and on a branch of Brown Hollow Road which branch later became known as the “Cavender Branch”. In the family Bible of John Alston Cavender, which has been passed around for several generations, the surname was spelled “Cavnar”. The reason for this original spelling is unknown. However, on a land deed from John Alston Cavender to his son, the surname is spelled as “Cavender”. On January 29, 1919, the heirs of deceased John A. Cavender then comprised: Mrs. Jane Harris (formerly his daughter named “Mahuldah Jane Cavender” & “Mahuldah Cavender”), his son, E.A. Cavender (“Edward Alter Cavender”); and, Mrs. Elizabeth Daversond (actually his married daughter named “Malinday Elizabeth Davidson), sold to their brother John R. Cavender (“John Radford Cavender” & “J.R. Cavender”) their respective interests in 75 acres then lying in the 4th. Civil District of Hickman County, Tennessee and lying on the Cavender Branch the waters of Lick Creek. Both John Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender are buried in the Mount Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery near Primm Springs, Tennessee, near where John Cavender was born, and where his parents lived in their early married lives. John A. Cavender (“John Cavender”) and Elizabeth Cavender had 6 children who were raised on the Cavender Branch in Hickman County, Tennessee near Centerville, Tennessee:



Sarah Louise Cavender (“Sarah Cavender” & “S.L. Cavender) born in Hickman County, Tennessee on May 26, 1839, and died on September 21, 1846;

Mahulda Jane Cavender (“Mahulda Cavender”, “M.J. Cavender” & “Mahuldah Cavender”) born in Hickman County, Tennessee on May 27, 1841, married W.P. Harris about 1860, and died in Hickman County, Tennessee on December 30, 1912. W.P. Harris and Jane Harris (“Mahuldah Harris”) had a daughter named:

Frances Harris who married Thomas M. Litton (“Thomas Litton”)364 ;

Edward Alter Cavender (“Edward Art Cavender”, “Edward Arthur Cavender"364 , “Edward A. Cavender”, "E. A. Cavender", "Edward Cavender", “Edward A. Cavender”. "Arthur Cavender" & “Art Cavender”) born in Hickman County, Tennessee on April 6, 1845, married Rebecca Jane Tatum ("Rebecca Tatum" & “Rebecca Tatom”?) on December 25, 1866 in either Lewis County, Tennessee or in Hickman County, Tennessee489 with the ceremony being conducted by Rev. E. M. Tucker, and is buried in the Mr. Pleasant Cemetery in Hickman County, Tennessee. Rebecca Tatum was born about 1891 in Maury County, Tennessee.

Edward Cavender and Rebecca Cavender had 7 children:489



William M. Cavender (“William Cavender” & “W.M. Cavender”) born in September 1869 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and married Mattie Morton (“Matilda Morton”?) on July 26, 1892 and who was born in August 1869 in Hickman County, Tennessee. William Cavender and Mattie Cavender had 4 children:

Fannie Cavender (“Frances Cavender”?);

Charles Cavender (“Charlie Cavender”) born in September 1894;

Hattie C. Cavender (“Hattie Cavender”) born in October 1896 in Hickman County, Tennessee, first married John Alston Cavender (“John Cavender”) in Hickman County, Tennessee, later married William H. Malugin (“William Malugin”), died about 1874, and is buried in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Hickman County, Tennessee; and,

Rebecca Jane Cavender (“Rebecca Cavender”) born about 1898, and married John Groves;

Walter Frank Cavender (“Walter Cavender”, “W.F. Cavender” & “Bud Cavender”) born about 1873 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and apparently did not marry;

Hattie E. Cavender (“Hattie Cavender” & “H.E. Cavender”) born about 1875 in Hickman County, Tennessee, married A. Frances Ragsdale, and died on January 7, 1923 in Willow Springs, Lewis County, Tennessee;

Anna Cavender (“Ann Cavender”?) born on December 6, 1878, and married Joseph Lane (“Joe Lane”);

John Walter Cavender (“John Cavender”, “J.W. Cavender” & “Blake Cavender”) born in January 1879, and married Tishie Worley;

Jesse Tatum Cavender (“Jessie Tatom Cavender”?, “Jesse Cavender”, “Jesse T. Cavender”, J.T. Cavender” & "Jessie Cavender"?) born on July 19, 1884 in Hickman County, Tennessee, 4th.. Civil Dist, near Centerville, Tennsee, apparently first married Hazel Full, later married Tommie Elizabeth Parrott (“Tommie Parrott”) and moved away about 1910 to work for the railroad. Jesse Cavender and Tommie Cavender are buried in the Hollywood Cemetery in Jackson, Tennessee. Jesse Cavender and Tommie Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender”) had 3 children:

Jesse T. Cavender, Jr. (“Jesse Cavender”, “J.T. Cavender” & “Jessee Cavender”?) born about 1914, married a Kay, and lived in Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee;

Norman W. Cavender (“Norman Cavender”, “N.W. Cavender” & “Bill Cavender”) born on November 28, 1826 in Bemis, Madison County, Tennessee. Norman Cavender had 4 children:

Paul Cavender, and attorney in Birmingham;

Phillip Cavender, an insurance and financial estate planner in Murfreesboro, Tennesstt;

Brad Cavender, a cardioligist in Florence, Alabama, and who had a son named:

Matt Cavender born about 1980, and who is a medical student at the University of Alabama Medical School in Birmingham, Alabama; and,

Bart Cavender, a tax attorney in Santa Monica, California; and,

Robert C. Cavender (“Robert Cavender”) born about 1934;

Malinda Elizabeth Cavender (“Malinday Elizabeth Cavender”, "Malinda Cavender", "Malenda Cavender"?, “Malinday Cavender”, “Malinda E. Cavender”, “M.E. Cavender”, “Malinda Cavender & “Malinday Elizabeth Cavender”?) born on August 8, 1849 Hickman County, Tennessee, married John Dillard Davidson (“John Davidson”) on November 19, 1874, and died on January 5, 1895; 364 & 489

John Raford Cavender ("John Cavender", “J.R. Cavender”, “John R. Cavender” & “John Radford Cavender”?) born on February 29, 1852 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and married his cousin Margaret M. Litton or Margaret L. Litton 489 (“Margaret Litton” & “Maggie Litton”?) on January 7, 1874 in Hickman County, Tennessee, died on January 10, 1927 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and is buried in the Cavender Cemetery in Hickman County, Tennessee which is located on the Cavender Branch Road near the spring house and up the hill to the left. Margaret Litton was born on either March 7, 1850 or on March 17, 1850482 & 489 in Maury County, Tennessee, was the daughter of Joseph Toy and Emily Litton, died on January 21, 1927 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and is buried with her husband. Joseph Toy was born about 1818, first married a Jane, later married Emily Litton on December 7, 1875 in Hickman County, Tennessee. Emily Litton was born on November 8, 1833 in Maury County, Tennessee, and died on January 14, 1918 in Hickman County, Tennessee.

The brothers and sisters of Margaret Litton were: Elizabeth Litton who married William Jenkins and lived with Emily Litton about 1860; Jane Oakley Litton (“Jane Litton”) born about 1836, and lived with Emily Litton about 1860; Frances Litton born in March 1848 in Maury County, Tennessee, married John Toy, and is buried in the Greer (Toy) Cemetery in Hickman County, Tennessee; M. Elizabeth Litton born about 1852 in Maury County, Tennessee, first married a Church, and later married a Montgomery; George Litton born about 1853 in Maury County, Tennessee; Thomas Litton born about 1855 in Maury County, Tennessee, and married Elizabeth Toy on December 9, 1877; William Linton born about 1857, and moved to Gibson County, Tennessee; and, Malinda Litton born about 1859.

John Radford Cavender (“John R. Cavender” & “J.R. Cavender”) bought the Cavender Branch from his father on January 29, 1919 and moved out of the main house and into one of the other houses on the farm. John Radford Cavender sold the Cavender Branch to his brother, J.C. Cavender who moved into the main house and John Radford Cavender and family moved into a smaller house on the farm. He later bought a farm and moved to Davidson County, Tennessee and apparently still later moved to Lyles, Tennessee. On March 20, 1920, John Radford Cavender and wife M.M. Cavender (“Margaret M. Cavender”) sold to J.C. Cavender (“James Columbus Cavender”?) for $1,400 approximately 140 acres of land located in Hickman County, Tennessee, excluding 1 acre for a school house and 1 acre for a cemetery. The land was located in the 4th. Civil District of Hickman County, Tenneseee on the waters of Lick Creek.

John Cavender, Jr. and Maggie Cavender (“Margaret Cavender”?) had 8 children:



Ida Samatha Cavender (“Ida Cavender”, “I.S. Cavender” & “Ida S. Cavender”) born on either October 23, 1875 or on October 22, 1876482 & 489 in Hickman County, Tennessee, married Olan Weakley Bradley (“Olan Bradley” & “Olen Bradley”) on either December 2, 1894, and died on December 27, 1955 in Dickson County, Tennessee. Olan Bradley was born on February 21, 1875 in Hickman County, Tennessee. Olan Bradley and Ida Bradley (“Samatha Bradley”) had 6 children:

Cullie Wilson Bradley (“Cullie Bradley”) born on December 22, 1895 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and married Eda Cook;

William Burley Bradley (“William Bradley”) born on February 1, 1899 in Hickman County, Tennessee, married Elsie Overby on December 25, 1918, and died on January 13, 1982;

Burnard Geed Bradley (“Burnard Bradley” & “Bernard Bradley”?) born on December 10, 1902 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and married Mary Overton;

Nisse Lutilda Bradley (“Nisse Bradley”) born on March 12, 1906 in Hickman County, Tennessee, married John Groves England (“John England”), and died on June 20, 1982;

Vertie Octavie Bradley (“Vertie Bradlley”) born on September 9, 1909 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and married Malcolm Patterson Vineyard (“Malcolm Vineyard); and,

Samuel Washington Bradley (“Samuel Bradley”) born on October 24, 1911 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and married Minnie Sue Robinson (“Minnie Robinson” & “Mary Robinson”?);

Ella L. Cavender (“Ella Cavender”) born on either January 21, 1878 or on January 25, 1878482 & 489 in Hickman County, Tennessee, married John Luckett on December 13, 1896 in Hickman County, Tennessee, died on September 1, 1906 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and is buried in the Cavender Cemetery which is located in Hickman County, Tennessee on the Cavender Branch near the spring house and up the hill to the left. John Luckett was the son of Jim Luckett (“James Luckett”) and Margaret Russell, died on January 6, 1914 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and is buried in the Warf Cemetery in Hickman County, Tennessee. John Luckett and Ella Luckett had 4 children:

an unknown child who was killed when small;

Augie Luckett born on June 16, 1902 in Hickman County, Tennessee, married Urla Eden, and died on November 4, 1872;

Hershell Luckett (“Hershel Luckett”) born either on March 25, 1905 or on March 26, 1905 489 in Hickman County, Tennessee, first married an Arctic , later married Lorene Nichols (“Lpreme Luckett”) on February 6, 1927, and died on November 4, 1972; and,

Gladis Luckett (“Gladys Luckett”) born on March 26, 1905 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and married Clarence Holt;

Belinda Azale Cavender (“Belinda Estale Cavender”, “Belinda Cavender”, “Estele Cavender”?, “Astale Cavender”?, “Azlee Cavender”?, “B.A. Cavender” & “Aslee Cavender”?) born on May 6, 1880 in Hickman County, Tennessee, married Issac H. Hassell (“Ike Hassell” & “Isaac Hassell”) on November 14, 1899, died either November 6, 1918 or on November 16, 1918 489 in Hickman County, Tennessee, and is buried in the Cavender Cemetery which is located in Hickman County, Tennessee on the Cavender Branch near the spring house and up the hill to the left. Isaac Hassell was born on February 21, 1880 in Hickman County, Tennessee, was the son of Francis Hassell, and is buried in the Kellough Cemetery in Hickman County, Tennessee. NOTE: This may be the daughter listed in the 1880 census as Agula Cavender who was only 21 days old when the census was taken. Ike Hassell and Estale Hassell (“Estele Hassell”?, “Astale Hassell”? “Azlee Hassell”? & “Aslee Hassell”?) had 6 children:

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