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Ralph W. Cavender (“Ralph Cavender” & “R.W. Cavender”);

George Allen Cavender (“George Cavender” & “G.A. Cavender”) born on February 25, 1902, had no children, and died in December, xxx. In 1933, he was living at 1229 Sante Fe Avenue, Los Angeles, California;

Fannie R. Cavender (“Fannie Cavender”, “F.R. Cavender” & “Frances Cavender”?);

Julia R. Cavender (“Julia Cavender” & “J.R. Cavender”); and,

Alice B. Cavender (“Alice Cavender” & “A.B. Cavender”); and,

William Cavender born on December 17, 1853, died on January 29, 1920, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland.

Mary Ann Cavender (“Mary Cavender”, “M.A. Cavender” & “Mary A. Cavender”) born July 16, 1821, had 3 children who all died in infancy, and died about 1899; and,

Lewis Appleton Cavender (“Lewis Cavender” & “Lewis A. Cavender”) born on March 10, 1824 in Delaware, married Olivia A. Biddle (“Olivia Biddle”), was a Sunday School Superintendent at the Bethel Methodist Episcopalain Church at Chespeake City, Maryland, died on March 6, 1882, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Olivia Biddle was born on March 29, 1816 in Maryland, was the daughter of Boulden N. Biddle (“Boulden Biddle”) and a Rebecca L., died on June 26, 1890, and is buried with her husband. Lewis Cavender and Olivia Cavender had a son named:

Levin B. Cavender (“Levin Cavender”, “Leven B. Cavender” & “Leven Cavender”) born April 13, 1853, died on the same day, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland.473 & Del. Archives, Dover, Del.

FRANCIS F. CAVENDER/KAVANAGH line (1856 - 1935)
Francis H. Cavender (“Francis H. Kavanah”, “Franklin H. Cavender”? “Francis Cavender”, “Franklin Cavender”?, “Frank Cavender”, Francis Kavanah” & “F.F. Cavender”) was born on August 8, 1856 in Sylvan, Washtenaw County, Michigan, married Alice Farrell on January 7, 1876 in Pinckney, Livingston County, Michigan, died on February 19, 1935 in Stockbridge, Ingham County, Michigan, and is buried in the SS Cornelius and Cyprian Cemetery in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan. Alice Farrell was born on September 23, 1858 in Salem, Washtenaw County, Michigan, was the daughter of Patrick Farrell and Rose Rafferty , died on October 28, 1937 in Stockbridge, Ingham County, Michigan, and is buried with her husband. Francis Cavender and Alice Farrell Cavender (“Alice Cavender”) had 7 children:

Joseph E. Cavender (“Joseph Cavender” & “J.E. Cavender”) born August 6, 1876 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, died on July 1, 1944 in Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan,;

Rosella E. Cavender (“Rosella Cavender”, “Rosa Cavender”, “Ella Cavender” & “R.E. Cavender”) born September 11, 1879 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, married Emery J. Worden (“Emory Worder”) on December 30, 1897 in St. Mary’s, Livington County, Michigan, and died January 30, 1934 in Ingham, Ingham County, Michigan. Emery Worden (“Emory Worden”?) was born on July 15, 1875 in Michigan, was the son of Gibson Worden and a Dunham, and died on March 30, 1953 in Santee, San Diego County, California. Emery Worden and Rosalla Worden had 3 children:

Raymond Christopher Worden (“Raymond Worden”) born in Ingham County, Michigan;

an unknown Worden; and,

Agnes B. Worden (“Agnes Worden”) born June 7, 1898 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, married James Arthur Quinn (“James Quinn”) on October 24, 1917 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, and who was born about 1894 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan;

Hugh P. Cavender (“Hugh Cavender” & “H.P. Cavender”) born February 16, 1881 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, and died April 3, 1950 in Jackson, Jackson County, Michigan, and is buried in the SS Cornelius and Cyprian Cemetery in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan. It is believed that he married Margaret E. Hays (“Margaret Hays”) about 1925;

Margaret Agnes Cavender (“Mary Cavender”, “Margaret Cavender” & “M.A. Cavender”) born September 25, 1885 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, married George Leo Winters (“George Winters”) on February 15, 1911 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, and died in September 1973. George Winters was born on October 17, 1887 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, and was the son of John Winters and Hattie Grow. George Winters and Margaret Winters had one unknown child;

Charles V. Cavender (“Charles Cavender”, “Charles Cavanaugh” & “C.V. Cavender”) born November 4, 1888 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, married Mary Hall, and died on September 13, 1960 in Lansing Township, Ingham County, Michigan, and is buried in the SS Cornelius and Cyprian Cemetery in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan;

William Cavender born February 12, 1894 in Bunker Hill, Ingham County, Michigan, married Margaret Marshall, and died on March 8, 1970;

Basil Cavender born June 4, 1896 in Waterloo, Jackson County, Michigan, and married Fern Ackley on February 2, 1915 in White Oak, Ingham County, Michigan, lived in Fenton, Shiawassee County, Michigan, died July 20, 1973, and is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Howell, Livingston County, Michigan. Fern Ackley was born about 1896 in White Oak, Ingham County, Michigan, and died on May 1, 1964;

Francis Cavender born June 4, 1897; and,

Clare Anthony Cavender (“Clare Cavender” & “C.A. Cavender”) born September 16, 1900 in Waterloo, Jackson County, Michigan, never married, served in World War II, died on February 18, 1961, and is buried in the Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Howell, Livingston County, Michigan.501


JACOB CAVENDER

JACOB CAVENDER and his wife, Margaret Cavender (fromerly Margaret Wright) were paying taxes in 1785 in Nanticoke Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware. It is believed by some that they were the parents of:

LLOYD CAVENDER (“Loyd Cavender”) who was born in either Maryland or Delaware about 1808, first married Nancy Hubbard. He apparently later married Carolyn Lynch on August 18, 1846 and who was born about 1814 in West Virginia and who died December 7, 1912 in Union City, Indiana on December 7, 1912. He died November 19, 1901 in Union City, Indiana. In 1850, the Lloyd Cavender family was living in Xenia Township, Greene County, Ohio and his children then living at home were listed as being: Lilala Cavender (“Cecilia Cavender”? & "Lila Cavender"?) age 16 and born in Greene County, Ohio about 1834; Margaret Cavender age 13 and born in Greene County, Ohio about 1837; John Cavender age 5 and born in Greene County, Ohio about 1845; and, Elizabeth J. Cavender ("Elizabeth Cavender", “E.J. Cavender” & "Eliza Cavender") age 3 months and born in Greene County, Ohio about 1850. Thus, Lloyd Cavender and Nancy Hubbard Cavender (“Nancy Cavender”) apparently had 2 children:

LILALA CAVENDER (“Cecilia Cavender”? & "Lila Cavender"?) age 16 and born in Greene County, Ohio about 1834, and married Edward Edwards on either August 18, 1852 or on August 20, 1852 with Rev. T. Marshall performing the ceremony. Edwin Edwards was born about 1834 in Virginia. Edwin Edwards and Lilala Edwards (“Cecilia Edwards”) had 7 children:

THOMAS EDWARDS born about 1853;

NANCY EDWARDS born about 1856;

JOHN EDWARDS born about 1860;

SAMUEL EDWARDS born about 1862;

MARY EDWARDS born abou 1865;

ROSA EDWARDS born about 1867; and,

S.M. EDWARDS born about 1871; and,

MARGARET CAVENDER born in Highland County, Ohio (near Leesburg, Ohio) on October 11, 1836, married Benjamin Franklin Allen (“Benjamin Allen”) on June 3, 1858 in Clinton County, Ohio, died October 18, 1921 at the age of 85 years and 7 days at her home in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio where she lived all her married life, and is buried in Clinton County, Ohio. Benjamin Allen was born August 27, 1831 in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio, died September 9, 1871 in Clinton County, Ohio, and is buried with his wife. Benjamin Allen and Margaret Allen had 9 children:

WILLIAM FRANKLIN ALLEN (“William Allen”) born September 24, 1858 in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio, married Alice Jane Bonecutter (“Alice Bonecutter”) on October 19, 1877 in Clinton County, Ohio, and died November 16, 1921 in Clinton County, Ohio. Alice Bonecutter was born March 8, 1860, and died February 17, 1893 in Sabina, Ohio. William Allen and Alice Bonecutter Allen (“Alice Allen”) had 7 children:

VIOLLA ALLEN born in October 1878 in Sabin, Clinton County, Ohio, married James Smith, and died in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio. James Smith was born July 11, 1878, and died August 19, 1961 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio;

CORA ALLEN born in January 1880 in Clinton County, Ohio, married John Wilson, and died about 1967 in Clinton County, Ohio. John Wilson was born September 11, 1878 in Indiana, and died January 13, 1957 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio;

LOU ALLEN born in Caesers Creek, Greene County, Ohio, and married a Joe East (“Joseph East”) in Columbus City, Indiana;

ROY ALLEN born in November 1881;

MARGARET MAY ALLEN (“Margaret Allen”) born October 26, 1885, married James Syder on January 19, 1903, and died October 8, 1952 in Sabina, Ohio. James Snyder was born October 1, 1886, and died February 4, 1950.;

CHARLES EDGAR ALLEN (“Charles Allen”) born October 3, 1889 in Clinton County, Ohio, married Alda M. Arrosmith (“Alda Arrosmith”), and died April 22, 1962 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio. Alda Arrosmith was born August 9, 1901 in Adams County, Ohio, and died May 4, 1985 in Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; and,

LUCY MARIE ALLEN (“Lucy Allen” & “Loucille Allen”?) born April 29, 1887, married Harry Burns, and died June 14, 1969 in Fayette County, Ohio. Harry Burns was born December 30, 1853, and died October 3, 1916;



SAMUEL M. ALLEN (“Samuel Allen”) born April 4, 1859, married Sarah Kathryn Eutsler (“Sarah Eutsler”) on August 26, 1881, and died in 1928 in Fayette County, Ohio. Sarah Eutsler was born April 30, 1859, and died February 13, 1956. Samuel Allen and Sarah Allen had 4 children:

EDITH ELIZABETH ALLEN (“Edith Allen”) born about 1883, and died about 1957;

CLYDE MASON ALLEN (“Clyde Allen”) born about 1886;

MARGARET MYRTLE ALLEN (“Margaret Allen”) born in December 1890, married Earl R. Smith (“Earl Smith”), and died February 27, 1985 in Washington Court House, Fayette County, Ohio. Earl Smith was born about 1889, and died about 1972; and,

NINA MARIE ALLEN (“Nina Allen”) (“Nina Allen”) born about 1896, and married Alvin Ladd;

EMMA JANE ALLEN (“Emma Allen”) (“Emma Allen”) born in June 1861 in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio, married John W. Plymire (“John Plymire”) on October 25, 1877 in Clinton, County, Ohio, and died January 15, 1946 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio. John Plymire was born in February 1856, and died April 9, 1916 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio. John Plymire and Emma Plymire had 6 children:

ELIJAH PLYMIRE born August 3, 1882 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio, married Maggie Zurface on December 10, 1903, and died about 1918 in Blanchester, Ohio. Maggie Zurface was born about 1883, and died about 1959;

HARLEY E. PLYMIRE (“Harley Plymire”) born in May 1888, and married a Grace;

ERNEST L. PLYMIRE (“Ernest Plymire”);

GORGE E. PLYMIRE (“George Plymire”) born in February 1896, and married Bessie Clevenger (“Elizabeth Clevenger”?);

GOLDIE M. PLYMIRE (“Goldie Plymire”) born in October 1897, married Charles Jones, and died January 1, 1956 in Blanchester, Ohio. Charles Jones was born about 1880, and died about 1957; and,

WINONA PLYMIRE born in April 1900 in Leescreek, Clinton County, Ohio, married Roy Taylor, and died in Wilmington, Clinton County, Ohio. Roy Taylor died in March 1953;

DAVID ELLSWORTH ALLEN (“David Allen”) born March 27, 1864 in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio, married Mary Alice Cook ("Mary Cook") on January 9, 1890 in Memphis, Clinton County, Ohio, and died October 17, 1939 in Midland, Clinton County, Ohio. Mary Cook was born February 28, 1869 in Tranquility, Adams County, Ohio, and died June 10, 1941 in Clinton County, Ohio. David Allen and Mary Allen had 8 children:

MARION VIRGIL ALLEN (“Marion Allen”) born October 24, 1890 in Putnam County, Ohio, married Anna Maxfield in Clinton County, Ohio, and died September 8, 1959 in Midland, Clinton County, Ohio. Anna Maxfield was born August 10, 1891 in Kentucky, and died February 5, 1971 in Clinton County, Ohio;

DAVID FOREST ALLEN (“David Allen”) born March 11, 1892 in Putnam County, Ohio, married Nettie Mae Sams (“Nettie Sams”) in Clinton County, Ohio, and died May 25, 1977 in Hillsboro, Ohio. Nettie Sams was born October 13, 1900 in Spring Valley, Ohio, and died September 18, 1968 in Martinsville, Ohio;

ALTA ALLEN born October 17, 1894 in Putnam County, Ohio, married Charles Harrison Page ("Charles Page") on April 20, 1918 in New Antioch, Clinton County, Ohio, and died June 14, 1967 in Martinsville, Clinton County, Ohio. Charles Page was born June 25, 1892 in Marion, Grant County, Indiana, and died November 20, 1959 in Wilmington, Clinton County, Ohio. Charles Page and Alta Page had 5 children:

Donald A. Page ("Donald Page");

Mary Alice Page ("Mary Page") who married a Winters;

Miriam Page who was born January 18, 1925 in Clinton County, Ohio, and married Raymond Whitehead;

Robert Gene Page ("Robert Page"); and,

Margaret Jane Page ("Margaret Page") who married a Rothacker.

CHARLES McCELLAN ALLEN (“Charles Allen”) born November 21, 1896 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio, and died November 20, 1970 in Atlanta, Georgia;

ERNEST ALLEN born January 20, 1900 in Fayette County, Ohio, married Bessie Straw on June 18, 1927 in Clinton County, Ohio, and died August 25, 1972 in Columbus, Ohio. Bessie Straw was born February 18, 1902 in Westboro, Ohio, and died March 21, 1955 in Wilmington, Ohio;

ALMA ALLEN born June 20, 1903 in Wilmington Court House, Fayette County, Ohio, and died July 11, 1983 in Lake Worth, Florida;

MARGARET A. ALLEN (“Margaret Allen”) born August 17, 1905 in Jasper Township, Fayette County, Ohio, and died September 6, 1995 in Xenia, Greene County, Ohio; and,

HOMER ELLSWORTH ALLEN (“Homer Allen”) born September 4, 1910, first married Mary Magdaline Slingerman (“Mary Slingerman”), later married an Ora, and died November 10, 1983 in Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio. Mary Slingerman was born August 15, 1906, and died April 15, 1957;



REBECCA ELIZABETH ALLEN (“Rebecca Allen”); born March 17, 1866, died January 13, 1933 in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio;

GEORGE McCELLAN ALLEN (“George Allen”) born December 26, 1867 in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio, married Luetta Wilson on September 6, 1891 in Clinton County, Ohio, died October 18, 1953 in Wilmington, Clinton County, Ohio. Luetta Wilson was born September 28, 1868 in Illinois, and died April 27, 1943 in Wilmington, Ohio. George Allen and Luetta Allen had 2 children:

LENA ALLEN born September 4, 1892 in Sabina, Clinton County, Ohio, married Irvin Rude on June 3, 1917 in Clinton County, Ohio, and died January 7, 1984 in Wilmington, Clinton County, Ohio. Irvin Rude was born February 5, 1895 in Clinton County, Ohio, and died July 31, 1952 in Clinton County, Ohio; and,

MABEL ALLEN;

UNKNOWN TWIN born after 1870, and died in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio;

UNKNOWN TWIN; and, born after 1870, and died in Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio;

ALPHEUS ELBERT ALLEN (“Alpheus Allen”) born January 10, 1870, and died November 15, 1927;

Lloyd Cavender and Carolyn Lynch Cavender (“Carolyn Cavender”) had 2 or 3 children:



JOHN CAVENDER age 5 and born in Greene County, Ohio about 1845; and

ELIZABETH J. CAVENDER ("Elizabeth Cavender", “E.J. Cavender” & "Eliza Cavender") age 3 months and born in Greene County, Ohio about 1850.

However, Loyd Cavender ("Lloyd Cavender"?) and Caroline Cavender apparently had another son named:



THOMAS C. CAVENDER ("Thomas Cavender" & “T.C. Cavender”) who was born about 1856 in Ross Township, Greene County, Ohio, married Amanda Bowers, and died about 1930 in Troy, Miami County, Ohio. Amanda Bowers was born about 1853 in Ohio. Thomas Cavender and Amanda Cavender had a son named:

GEORGE THURMAN CAVENDER ("George Cavender" & “G.T. Cavender”) who was born April 4, 1892 in either Sidney, Greene County, Ohio or in Findley, Shelby County, Ohio, married Hattie Adeline Wood ("Hattie Wood" & “Harriett Wood”?) on November 26, 1917 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, died August 27, 1952 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, and is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio. Hattie Wood was born September 1, 1896 in Scott County, Kentucky, was the daughter of Benjamin Richard Wood ("Benjamin Wood") born October 12, 1861 in Kentucky and Mattie Mink who was born August 9, 1873 in Ewing, Virginia. Hattie Wood died February 2, 1978 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio and is buried with her husband. George Cavender and Hattie Cavender had the following children:

Arthur Thomas Cavender ("Arthur Cavender" & “A.T. Cavender”) born September 20, 1918 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, first married Terrill Viola Miles ("Terrill Miles") January 22, 1938 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, and later married a Robin in April 1946? in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio. Terrill Miles was born about 1918 in Hamilton, Ohio. Arthur Cavender and Terrill Cavender had the following children:

Tom Arthur Cavender ("Tom Cavender", “T.A. Cavender” & "Thomas Cavender") born about 1937 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio;

Terrill Viola Miles Cavender ("Terrill Cavender", “T.V.M. Cavender” & "Viola Cavender") born January 22, 1938 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, married a Burke and lived in Fiddletown, California in 1987; and,

Robin Miles Cavender ("Robin Cavender" & “R.M. Cavender”) born about 1946 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio;

George Thurman Cavender ("George Cavender" & “G.T. Cavender”) born in April 1923 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, and was twice married to unknown persons; and,

James Andrew Cavender ("James Cavender" &”J.A. Cavender”) born October 6, 1927 in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio, and was twice married to unknown persons.512

BIBLIOGRAPHY

(1). Appraisal of the estate of Daniel Caverner, Richmond County, Virginia, recorded May 6, 1719, per Court Order November 6, 1718.

(2). Appraisal of estate of Thomas Caverner, Richmond County, Virginia, recorded May 6, 1719, per Court Order April 11, 1719.

(3). Appraisal of estate of Frances Caverner, Richmond County, Virginia, recorded May 2, 1722, per Court Order April 4, 1722.

(4). Will of John Cavener, Fairfax County, Virginia, dated May 7, 1555 and probated May 20, 1755, together with appraisal of estate recorded June 17, 1755.

(5). Appraisal of estate of Robert Graham, Fairfax County, Virginia, recorded June 18, 1755.

(6). Appraisal of estate of William Williams, Fairfax County, Virginia, dated March 15, 1755, recorded June 17, 1755.

(7). "145 Family Records", Volume 2, Families A-J, Miami Valley, Ohio Genealogies, Lindsay M. Brien, pages 51-53.

(8). Indenture (i.e. indenture of bargain and sale, or deed), Amelia County, Virginia, dated February 26, 1766 between William Ware, grantor, and Hugh Cavender, grantee, recorded February 26, 1767.

(9). Will of Henry Cavender, Westmoreland County, Virginia, dated December 24, 1771, probated March 31, 1772.

(10). "Cavender Family" (In his "History of Hancock, N.H., 1889") by W.W. Hayward, page 437.

(11). Indenture (i.e. indenture of bargain and sale, or deed), Amelia County, Virginia, dated March 22, 1775 between Hugh Cavender, grantor, and John Green, grantee, recorded April 27, 1775.

(12). "Cavender Family" in his "History of Union County, Ohio, 1915" by W.L. Curry, page 463.

(13). Letter dated June 29, 1939, to Sen. Harry S. Truman from A.D. Hiller, Executive Assistant to the Administrator regarding John Cavander.

(14). Revolutionary War military records of various Cavender men.

(15). Indenture, Princess Anne County, Virginia, dated May 13, 1779 between John Cavendar, grantor, and William Williams, grantee.

(16). "William and Mary Quarterly", Volume 2, page 196, regarding Thomas Shelton and Elizabeth Cavender marriage, April 19, 1780.

(17). "WAR 4, Paid for Service", page 133, regarding Revolutionary War payment to Joseph Cavender on July 30, 1783.

(18). Indenture, Amelia County, Virginia, dated August 15, 1783 between Hugh Cavender, grantor, and his son Joseph Cavender, grantee, regarding Negro slave named "Abram", recorded August 28, 1783.

(19). Revolutionary War records regarding Land Grant No. 1733 to Sgt. Joseph Cavender for 400 acres of land, granted September 8, 1783.

(20). Will, Hugh Cavender, Amelia County, Virginia, dated January 4, 1784, probated June 1, 1789.

(21). Indenture, Amelia County, Virginia, between Hugh Cavender and his wife, Frances, grantors, and Dr. David Asselin, grantee, dated May 25, 1784, recorded June 24, 1784.

(22). "Amelia County, Virginia, Marriages", by K.B. Williams, page 28, regarding December 18, 1784 marriage of Archibald Compton to Sally Cavender, daughter of Hugh Cavender, and regarding the October 25, 1784 marriage of Jeremiah Compton and Betsy Cavender, daughter of Hugh Cavender.

(23). Indenture, Charlotte County, Virginia, between Josiah Shelton, grantor, and Hugh Cavender, grantee, dated March 7, 1785, recorded March 7, 1785.

(24). Reconstructed survey of 400 acre tract of land located on Horsepen Creek, Sanson's Fork, in Charlotte County, Virginia, owned by Hugh Cavender.

(25). Survey of land located at the Headwaters of the Muddy River, Kentucky, owned by Robert Craddock, et al., dated December 20, 1785, which included Military Warrant No. 1733 issued to Joseph Cavender.

(26). Petition to the Speaker and House of Delegates of Westmoreland and Richmond Counties, Virginia, concerning the confiscation of Glebes, dated October 31, 1786, and signed by Thomas Cavender.

(27). Will of Thomas Cavender of Westmoreland County, Virginia, dated November 23, 1786, probated March 28, 1796.

(28). Will of Thomas Cavender of Princess Ann, County, Virginia, dated March 21, 1789, probated September 10, 1789.

(29). "Calendar of State Papers", Volume 6, Roll of Captain John Morriss' Company of Rangers, dated January 1, 1793 regarding John Cavender.

(30). "Marriages of Lunenburg County, Virginia", by Matheny & Yates, 1967, regarding marriage of James Cavender to Betsy Sammons on March 14, 1793.

(31). Marriage Bond, Prince Edward County, Virginia, between William Cavender and his future father-in-law, John Bryant, dated April 21, 1794, regarding intended marriage of William Cavender to his daughter Dicy Bryant.

(32). Indenture, Charlotte County, Virginia, between Joseph Cavender of Chesterfield County, Virginia, grantor, and William Blaik ("William Blake"?), grantee, dated October 4, 1794, recorded October 6, 1794.

(33). Indenture, Charlotte County, Virginia, between Joseph Cavender of Chesterfield County, Virginia, grantor, and James Elmore, grantee, dated October 6, 1794, recorded October 6, 1794. It is to be noted that a James Elmore (minister) married widow Polly Hamlett on October 13, 1803 in Charlotte County, Virginia.

(34). Indenture, Princess Anne County, Virginia, between Henry Cavender and Mary Cavender, grantors, and John Absalom ("John Absolam"?), grantee, dated October 3, 1796, recorded October 4, 1796.

(35). Indenture, Princess Anne County, Virginia, between John and Anne Absalom, grantors, and Henry Cavender, grantee, dated October 3, 1796, recorded October 4, 1796. (partial copy)

(36). Power of Attorney, Charlotte County, Virginia, granted by Stephen Cavender to Austin Clements to collect all moneys due Stephen Cavender from the estate of Hugh Cavender, dated November 7, 1797, certified April 2, 1798, recorded January 5, 1801.

(37). Indenture, Lunenburg County, Virginia, between James Sammons, grantor, and James Cavender, grantee, dated December 13, 1797, recorded December 13, 1797.

(38). Indenture, Chesterfield County, Virginia, between William Ware, Sr., grantor, and his son-in-law, Joseph Cavender, his wife, Susanna Cavender (formerly "Susanna Ware"), and his son Thomas Cavender, grantees, dated February 28, 1798 and recorded April 1798.

(39). Will of William Ware, Sr., of Chesterfield County, Virginia, dated March 4, 1798, date probated not indicated.

(40). "Acts Passed at the First Session, Third General Assembly of the State of Tennessee", 1799, regarding "Petitioners Sumner County, Tennessee", signed February 28, 1799, by John Cavender, Sr., and John Cavender, Jr.

(41). "Cavender Family", "In his 'History of Delaware, 1899", Volume. l, by J. M. Runk, pages 677-678.

(42). Lunenburg County, Virginia, Personal Property Tax List for the year 1800.

(43). Will of Henry Cavender of Princess Anne County, Virginia, dated May 26, 1801, probated February 7, 1803.

(44). Indenture, Princess Anne County, Virginia, Thomas Cavender, grantor, and Adam Robinson, grantee, dated August 31, 1802, recorded September 6, 1802.

(45). Indenture, Lunenburg County, Virginia, Benjamin Lewis, grantor, and James Cavender, grantee, dated November 18, 1802, recorded December 9, 1802.

(46). Indenture, Chesterfield County, Virginia, Joseph Cavender, grantor of Powhatan County, Virginia, and Thomas Cavender, grantee.

(47). Inventory of Estate of James Sammons (deceased December 20, 1804) of Lunenburg County, Virginia, date not shown, recorded April 11, 1805.

(48). "List of Taxable Property in Upper District of Lunenburg County", Virginia, by Richard Brown, for the year 1805.

(49). Indenture, Lunenburg County, Virginia, between Thomas and Polly Crafton ("Mary Crafton" & "Mary Jane Crafton") , Robert and Becky Sammons, John and Rebecca Roberts, James and Elizabeth Cavender, and Reuben and Fanny Tatom, grantors, and Daniel Crenshaw, grantee, dated June 28, 1805, recorded July 10, 1806.

(50). Indenture, Charlotte County, Virginia, between John Cavender, grantor, and William Blake, Jr., grantee, dated September 2, 1805, recorded December 2, 1805.

(51). Indenture, Lunenburg County, Virginia, between James Cavender, grantor, and William Cavender of Prince Edward County, Virginia, grantee, dated September 12, 1805, recorded September 12, 1805.

(52). Indenture, Lunenburg County, Virginia, between James and Elizabeth Cavender, grantors, and William Crenshaw, grantee, dated October 10, 1805, recorded October 10, 1805.

(53). "Tax Book I, Williamson County, Tennessee, 1800-1813", by L. G. Lynch, 1970.

(54). Indenture, Chesterfield County, Virginia, between Thomas Cavender, grantor, and William Ware, grantee, dated October 31, 1806, Release of Dower dated November 28, 1806, date of recording not shown.

(55). Indenture, Chesterfield County, Virginia, between Thomas Cavender, grantor, and Hamlin Cole, grantee, dated October 31, 1806, Release of Dower dated November 28, 1806, recorded January 12, 1807.

(56). Inventory of the Estate of of Lunenburg County, Virginia, by Salley Sammons, Administratrix, prepared January 1-12, 1805, certified as correct on September 12, 1805, and recorded on January 9, 1806.

(57). Indenture, Williamson County, Tennessee, between Thomas McMurray of Lincoln County, Kentucky, grantor, and James Cavender, grantee, dated January 20, 1807, recorded July, 1807.

(58). Indenture, Lunenburg County, Virginia, between William and Dicy Cavender of Prince Edward County, Virginia, grantors, and David F. Hammings of Halifax County, Virginia, grantee, dated January 14, 1808, recorded January 14, 1808.

(59). Indenture, Kinshaw District, South Carolina, between Thomas Wimberley, grantor, and Thomas Slate Cavender of the State of Ohio, grantee, dated February 25, 1808, recorded in South Carolina, February 26, 1808, with respect to land located in Davidson County, Tennessee. Recorded in Davidson County, Tennessee, May 23, 1808.

(60). Indenture, Davidson County, Tennessee, between Thomas Slate Cavender of Robertson County, Tennessee, grantor, and John Atherly, grantee, dated September 21, 1808, recorded November 21, 1808.

(61). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriage Licenses, 1800-1837", page 12, regarding the marriage of Elisha Walker to Jincy Cavender, December 14, 1808.

(62). Indenture, Davidson County, Tennessee, between Thomas S. Cavender ("Thomas Slate Cavender"? & "Thomas Cavender"), grantor, and Jeremiah Miller, grantee, dated April 26, 1809, recorded May 31, 1809.

(63). "Miscellaneous Records, Williamson County, Tennessee", Volume. 2, 1978, by L. G. Lynch, page 67, regarding the True-Bill for hog stealing against Robert Sammons and Elizabeth Sammons, and Ann Sammons (or Nancy Sammons), dated July 15, 1809.

(64). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Court Minute Book", Volume. 2, 1812-1815, pages 8, 68, 69 and 160, regarding James Cavender and Ewen Cavender.

(65). Inventory of Estate of John Sample dated 1817, regarding the Notes in the hands of Officer H. B. as per rests, and regarding the Charles Cavender note dated January 13, 1813.

(66). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Wills and Inventories", Volume. B, 1812-1818, pages 32-34, regarding the Inventory of Estate of Richard Puckett, dated January 14, 1814, by Gardner McConnico, Administrator.

(67). United States Land Grant to Samuel Dunwidee, Assignee of Christopher Walker, at Cincinnati, Ohio, dated March 18, 1814, based upon Land Grant No. 3262 previously issued to Samuel Cavender on November 1, 1804.

(68). Inventory of Estate of Robert Cavender of Hunt County, Delaware, by Sarah Cavender and Griffin Soward, Administrators, dated August 30, 1815, recorded September 12, 1816.

(69). Indenture, Lunenburg County, Virginia, between Deputy Sheriff Stephen Pettus, grantor, and William L. Hite, grantee, dated August 16, 1815, recorded March 25, 1816, regarding the property of William Cavender purchased from James Cavender.

(70). "Miscellaneous Records, Williamson County, Tennessee", Volume 2, by L. G. Lynch, 1978, page 2, regarding Hezekiah Cavender and Silas Cavender (1816-1829).

(71). Hunt County, Delaware, Inventory of Estate of Robert Cavender by Sarah Cavender, widow and Administrator, dated September 12, 1816, recorded September 12, 1816.

(72). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Wills and Inventories", Volume B., 1812-1818, page 216, Inventory of Estate of John Sample, October, 1817, regarding the note of C. Cavender.

(73). Affidavit of Joseph Cavender of Franklin County, Kentucky, dated August 31, 1818, regarding enlistment in Revolutionary War on March 1, 1777, in Amelia County, Virginia.

(74). Revolutionary War pension record of Joseph Cavender of Franklin County, Kentucky, regarding the pension dated August 31, 1818.

(75). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriage Licenses, 1800-1837", page 50, regarding license issued to Stephen Cavender and Sally L. Short on February 13, 1819.

(76). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriages, (1800-1850)", by Gardiner & Bejack, regarding marriages of Harrison, James, James S., Silas, Stephen and William Cavender between 1823 and 1847.

(77). Affidavit of Joseph Cavender of Christian County, Kentucky, dated October 2, 1820, recorded October 3, 1820, regarding Revolutionary War Service and current value of his estate, (i.e. $9.75).

(78). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriage Licenses, 1800-1837", page 61, regarding marriage license issued to Richard Walker and Nancy Cavender on August 22, 1821.

(79). "Cavender Family (In Part and Biographical Record of Colorado, 1899)", pages 1157-1158, regarding Charles Cavender.

(80). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriage Licenses, 1800-1837", page 68, regarding marriage license issued to Silas Cavender and Rachael Cox on January 15, 1823.

(81). Indenture, Williamson County, Tennessee, between James Cavender, grantor, and Jesse Cox, grantee, dated April 15, 1823, recorded July, 1823.

(82). Williamson County, Tennessee, Inventory of Estate of William Williams dated October 4, 1824, regarding the $5 note due October 30, 1924, from Silas Cavender and James Cavender.

(83). Currituck County, North Carolina, Mortgage of James Whitehurst dated May 3, 1826, recorded in Princess Anne County, Virginia, May 23, 1826, regarding William E. Cavender.

(84). State of Tennessee Land Grant No. 3369 issued to Stephen Cavender on June 14, 1826, recorded September 20, 1826, for 15 acres of land in Williamson County, Tennessee.

(85). Williamson County, Tennessee, Bill of Sale between William E. Owen and Andrew Campbell, grantors, and Stephen Cavender, grantee, dated January 20, 1827, recorded October 2, 1827.

(86). "The 'Old' Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Story, 1824-1974, A History of 150 Years", by W. H. Rone, Sr., selected pages.

(87). State of Tennessee Land Grant No. 9917 issued to Stephen Cavender on February 23, 1830, recorded March 20, 1830, for 100 acres of land in Williamson County, Tennessee.

(88). State of Tennessee Land Grant No. 9914 issued to Stephen Cavender on February 23, 1830, recorded March 20, 1830, for 50 acres of land in Williamson County, Tennessee.

(89). State of Tennessee Land Grant No. 11178 issued to Edward Cavener (also Cavenner) and Jacob Peler on December 5, 1832, recorded February 14, 1833, for 200 acres of land in Hickman County, Tennessee.

(90). State of Tennessee Land Grant No. 12140 issued to Stephen Cavender on January 13, 1834, recorded January 26, 1834, for 15 acres of land located in Williamson County, Tennessee.

(91). Last Will and Testament of Mary Cavender of Princess Anne County, Virginia, dated July 10, 1834, probated August 4, 1834.

(92). "Williamson County, Tennessee, Marriage Licenses, 1800-1837", page 155, regarding the marriage license issued to Edward H. Trent and Sally P. Cavender on November 9, 1835.

(93). State of Kentucky Land Grant No. 6044 issued to Silas Cavander on December 13, 1836, date recorded not shown, for 160 acres of land located in Graves County, Kentucky.

(94). Williamson County, Tennessee, Court Minutes, 1837-1840, page 60-1, regarding James Cavender, Patrick Cavender and John Cavender.

(95). State of Tennessee Land Grant No. 2262 issued to Henry Cavender on July 6, 1840, recorded March 19, 1841, for 160 acres located in Ocoee District, Tennessee.

(96). Will of Sally Sammons of Williamson County, Tennessee, dated November 7, 1837, probated May, 1844, regarding her daughter, Elizabeth Cavender, wife of James Cavender.

(97). "Hardin County, Biographical Appendix", pages 897-898 regarding Joseph W. Cavender ("Joseph Cavender" & "Joseph Wyatt Cavender, Jr.")born in Maury County, Tennessee, May 24, 1846, the son of Joseph W. ("Wyatt), Sr., and a native of Williamson County, Tennessee.

(98). "Cavender Family (in its sketches of Washingtonians, 1906)" regarding Charles Addison Cavender ("Charles Cavender") born in Marysville, Ohio, July 14, 1846, son of Abraham Holmes Cavender of St. Paul, Minnesota.

(99). Mexican War Military Records (1846-1847) of Silas S. Cavender ("Silas Cavender").

(100). "Narrative of the Birth and Life of Jesse Cox, Written by him" (1793-1879), selected pages regarding his brother-in-law James Silas Cavender ("James Cavender") of Graves County, Kentucky. (See also 167)

(101). Affidavit of Margaret Cavinder (formerly "Margaret Cox") of Lumpkin County, Georgia, and widow of Revolutionary War soldier William Cavinder of North Carolina dated August 9, 1850, recorded August 17, 1850.

(102). Affidavit of James Cox, brother of Margaret Cavinder ("Margaret Cavender"), of Forsyth County, Georgia, dated August 16, 1850, regarding Revolutionary War Service of William Cavinder.

(103). "Adjutant General's Report, Roll of Company A Seventh Regiment Infantry, Kentucky Volunteers, Confederate States Army", pages 334-335, regarding J. M. Cavender and W. T. Cavender enlistment September 12 and 25, respectively, 1861, at Columbus, Kentucky.

(104). Civil War Military Records (1861-1863) regarding S. C. and Si Cavender.

(105). 1884 land survey map of Town 1, North Range 1, West, of Graves County, Kentucky.

(106). Court Decision regarding Bennett et al v. Morgan, et al., Court of Appeals of Kentucky, January 23, 1902, 112 Ky 512.

(107). Map showing location of certain counties in Virginia (See also 109 and 110).

(108). Map showing British possessions in North America in 1765.

(109). Virginia Map showing counties in 1796 (See also 107 and 110).

(110). Virginia Map showing current counties (See also 107 and 109).

(111). Tennessee Map showing counties in 1850.

(112). A collection of miscellaneous records dating back to early 1600's, including (i) the names of the inhabitants in Jamestown, Virginia in 1624, (ii) the origin of all Virginia Counties and, (iii) "Bristol and America - A record of the First Settlers in the Colonies of North America", 1654-1685, regarding Hugh Cavenagh whose destination was listed as being Virginia.

(113). Westmoreland County, Virginia, Tithables, 1776, regarding John Cavender.

(114). "Westmoreland County, Virginia. Legislative Petitions, May 13, 1784, The Virginia Genealogist", pages 24-27, regarding John Cavinder and Thomas Cavinder.

(115). "Surnames", by Weekley, Divergent Origins of Surnames, Imitative Spellings pages 322-325, regarding "Caverner".

(116). Various Lunenburg County, Virginia, deed references and marriages, 1760-1807, regarding the Sammons families.

(117). Various Lunenburg County, Virginia, Court Orders, 1761-1807, regarding the Sammons families.

(118). Property Owners, Princess Anne County, Virginia, 1782-1859 regarding Thomas Cavender, Henry Cavender, William Cavender, Mary Cavender, Hendoe Cavender, and Evan Cavender.

(119). History of Ft. Lee, Virginia, regarding John Cavinder ("John Cavender").

(120). Chesterfield County, Virginia, Deed Book 14, page 541 regarding the estate of William Ware.

(121). Kanawha County, Virginia, Will Book No. 1, page 105, Inventory of Estate of John Cavender dated October 5, 1830.

(122). Williamson County, Tennessee, Will, Tax Lists and Census Records 1806-1860. (See also 137 and 172).

(123). Listing of dates of creation of counties in Tennessee.

(124). "Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds", by Jillson, Military Warrants 1782-1793 and Military Entries 1784-1797, page 322.

(125). "Our Valiant Men", L. G. Lynch, regarding Revolutionary War soldiers who moved to Williamson County, Tennessee, from Lunenburg County, Virginia.

(126). Chesterfield County, Virginia, 1800 Tax List, page 27, regarding Joseph Cavender. (See also 138).

(127). Kentucky 1800, 1810, 1820, 1830, 1840 and 1850 Tax Lists.

(128). Graves County, Kentucky 1840, 1850 and 1860 Censuses.

(129). Kentucky Map of Jackson Purchase, 1885.

(130). Daughters of the American Revolution, records and references regarding Charles Cavender and John Cavender.

(131). "Colonial and Revolutionary Lineages of America", Volume. 15, page 524, regarding John Cavender and Thomas S. Cavender ("Thomas Cavender").

(132). "Cavender Family" (In Memorial and Bibliographical History of Dallas County, Texas 1892) regarding S. C. and Stephen Cavender of Williamson County, Tennessee.

(133). Various records regarding Cavender marriages in Virginia from 1762 to 1856. (See also 116)

(134). Marriage Record Book I, January 2, 1789 to December 13, 1837, Davidson County, Tennessee, page 21, regarding Stephen Cavender.

(135). Letter regarding Cavenders in South Carolina.

(136). Various additional military records regarding Cavenders. (See also 14.)

(137). Williamson County, Tennessee, 1810-1850 Censuses

(138). 1810-1850 Virginia Censuses. (See also 126.)

(139). First U.S. Census (1790)

(140). Pages of computer printout of marriages and baptisms in British Isles from 1538-1875, Society of Genealogists, London, England.

(141). Page from unidentified publication regarding marriage of Martha Cavender of Kanawha County, West Virginia, in 1850 to Wesley Jordan. Martha was born June 10, 1830 in Kanawha County and was the daughter of Andrew Cavender and Nancy Cavender (formerly "Nancy Caldwell") Cavender. John Cavender was the grandfather of Martha Cavender.

(142). June 9, 1794 Indenture by Frances Cavender of Lunenburg County, Virginia, to her son and his wife, James Cavender and Betsy Cavender (fromerly Betsy Sammons) giving them a bay coach horse and surrey.

(143). Miscellaneous records of Williamson County, Tennessee, regarding Charles Cavender posting a peace bond in September, 1827.

(144). April 15, 1822, Kanawha County, West Virginia, Indenture by John Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender selling their household effects to Polly Cavender.

(145). January 21, 1789, appraisal of the estate of John Cavender (deceased) of Princess Anne County, Virginia.

(146). Typewritten summary regarding descendants of John Cavender of Kanawha County, West Virginia, who was born in 1765 and married Sarah E. Casdorph. (Prepared by Kenneth W. Cavender ("Kenneth Cavender") of Charleston, West Virginia.

(147). Single page sheet from unidentified military record showing John Cavender in infantry on October 8, 1787.

(148). 1810 and 1820 Census for Kanawha County, West Virginia, regarding John, Andrew and Charles Cavender, plus other 1820 Census records for various counties in Virginia.

(149). Various Cavender Marriage Bond records for various counties in Virginia from 1779 to 1821.

(150). Miscellaneous Cavender photographs from Kenneth W. Cavender of Charleston, West Virginia.

(151). "My personal Research and Family Stories of the Cavenders of West Virginia", by Kenneth W. Cavender.

(152). "Heirs of John Cavender, Deceased 1907".

(153). Warrant No. 328 dated March 3, 1784 to Thomas McMurray for 320 acres in Davidson County, Tennessee, on South side of the Cumberland River.(See also 154.)

(154). Grant No. 9 identified in Item 153.

(155). Williamson County, Tennessee, Deed Book regarding sale of 20 acres and 48 poles to Jesse A. Pierce by Jesse Cox dated January 1, 1871.

(156). July 11, 1882 Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Samuel Henderson, Sr. et al to Samuel Henderson, Jr. for 103 acres in 10th Civil District.

(157). January 1, 1871, Williamson County Tennessee, Indenture (Book 6, page 354) from Jesse Cox to William C. Cox for 95 acres and 105 poles.

(158). July 9, 1878, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Jesse Cox, Sr., to John A. Wilson for 20 and 18/160 acres.

(159). May 30, 1878, Williamson County, Tennessee, Release and Reconveyance from children of Jesse Cox to Jesse Cox (Book 7, page 148).

(160). September 13, 1883, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Andrew B. and Nannie Vaughan to A. G. Harkreader for 37 acres and 75 poles in 9th Dist.

(161). July 9, 1883, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from S. C. Watson to Mrs. Jennie B. Cannon for lot #86 in the town of Franklin, Tennessee.

(162). January 1, 1871, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Jesse Cox to Thomas W. and Martha A. Pettus for 21 acres plus 20 poles.

(163). Various newspaper articles regarding Dukedom, Tennessee and Jim Si Cavender.

(164). Selected pages from "The Oxford History of the American People", by Samuel E. Morison, 1965.

(165). Various material regarding Franklin, Tennessee.

(166). "Miscellaneous Records, Williamson County, Tennessee, Volume 2," by L. G. Lynch, 1978, regarding Rev. Gardner McConnico who came to Tennessee in December, 1796.

(167). Pages from Jesse Cox's diary regarding the date he moved to Franklin Tennessee, and regarding his younger brother. (See also 100)

(168). "Virginia Wills and Administration", Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore 1930, Reprinted 1972, regarding Jno. Cavendar ("John Cavendar", "Jonathan Cavender" & "John Cavender") 1789 Inventory and Thomas Cavendar 1789 Will in Princess Anne County, Hugh Cavendar 1789 Will in Charlotte County, Henry Cavender 1772 Will and Thomas Cavender 1796 Will in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

(169). "The Growth of the American Republic: Volume 1", S.E. Morison et al, 6th Edition, Oxford University Press, 1969, regarding Scots-Irish immigration from Ulster, Ireland into Virginia

(170). Baptism Record from Dormstone Parish, England regarding Frances and Dority Calendar baptized August 19, 1615, and computer printout regarding various Cavender marriages and births in Worchestershire, Lanchashire, Hampshire and Devon Counties, England in 1740's and 1750's.

(171). October 11, 1928, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Mrs. Dora Lewis, et al., to James E. Cotten for 89.12 acres formerly owned by Jesse Cox and James Cavender.

(172). February 6, 1760, Canterbury County, England, Will of Wm. Taverner, Alias Wm. Cavender.

(173). Cavender genealogy report by Mrs. Marie Allison of 14555 Blanco Rd. Apt. A1102, San Antonio, Texas 78216, Tel (210) 408-5238.

(174). Partial listing of Williamson County, Tennessee, 1840 and 1850 Census for Districts 10 and 14.

(175). Various 1981 photographs of James Cavender's land in Williamson County, Tennessee, and Harpeth Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery where James Cavender is believed to be buried.

(176). January 30, 1805, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from John McMurray to Freeman Walker (Book A1, page 619) for 3-1/3 acres.

(177). January 6, 1810, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Drury Pulliam to Wm. Thomas (Book B, page 312) for 301 acres.

(178). January 4, 1819, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Wm. Thomas to Jesse Cox (Book F, page 68) for 60 acres.

(179). June 1, 1821, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Henry Cook to David H. Guthrie for 42-1/2 acres (Book G, page 4).

(180). December 11, 1822, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Henry Cook to David H. Guthrie for 8 acres (Book G, page 316).

(181) August 18, 1892, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from W. C. and N. E. Cox to S. H. Roberts for 90 acres plus 105 poles (Book 16, page 120).

(182). January 1, 1871, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Jesse Cox to Wm. C. Cox for 95 acres plus 105 poles (Book 6, page 354).

(183). December 11, 1822, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Henry Cook to David H. Guthrie for 17 acres (Book G, page 315).

(184). July 24, 1823, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Henry Cook, Sr., to David H. Guthrie for 94 acres (Book G, page 431).

(185). December 17, 1889, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Elizabeth B. Cox and Jennie J. Walker to Jesse A. Pierce for 1 acre plus 47 poles.

(186). February 17, 1881, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from W. C. Cox to Jesse A. Pearce for 5 acres (Book 14, page 484).

(187). August 8, 1801, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from James McMurray to David McOliver (?) for 320 acres (Book A-1, page 218).

(188). December 17, 1823, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from William Thomas to Jesse Cox for 5 acres (Book G, page 472).

(189). May 30, 1878, Williamson County, Tennessee, Agreement and Deed of Release and Reconveyance to Jesse Cox from his children. (Book 7, page 148).

(190). September 7, 1803, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from John McMurray of Washington County, Kentucky, to James McMurray of the same county and state for 320 acres (Book A-1, page 530).

(191). July 8, 1829, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from Jesse Cox to David Guthrie for 15 acres (Book K, page 29)

(192). January 27, 1830, Williamson County, Tennessee, Indenture from David A. Guthrie to Thomas A. Jones for 15 acres (Book K, page 364).

(193). February 18, 1778, Princess Anne County, Virginia, Indenture from William Capps to John Cavender for 8 acres of land and house in Muddy Creek Neck.

(194). September 7, 1795, Princess Anne County, Virginia, Indenture from John and Frances Forrester of Norfolk County, Virginia, to Henry Cavender of Princess Anne County, Virginia, for one equal share of tract previously owned by William Absolom, deceased, which was inherited by them.

(195). March 21, 1789, Princess Anne County, Virginia, Will of Thomas Cavender naming his children Thomas, James and Betsy and his brother Henry.

(196). November 20, 1823, Princess Anne County, Virginia, affidavit of John W. Cavender that they had no children who would be a beneficiary of the estate of his deceased wife, Charlotte T. Cavender. John was 55 years old at that time (i.e., born in 1767-68).

(197). October 3, 1796, Princess Anne County, Virginia, Indenture from John and Anne Absalom to Henry Cavender for 50 acres of land on Linkhorn Bay in Princess Anne County and being the same land that Henry Frower previously gave his daughter Anne.

(198). January 10, 1782, Princess Anne County, Virginia, Indenture from John Woodhouse to Thomas Cavender for 43 acres of land and premises near a place called "Brenson's Inlett".

(199). November 19, 1802 (prior to), account of David Cavender executor of the estate of his brother, Arthur Cavender, of Sussex County, Delaware. (Book A64, page 119). Names Henry Cavender, James Cavender, and son John Cavender as having been paid sum of money.

(200). February 25, 1788, Kent County, Delaware, regarding Letters of Administration of William Cavender, deceased (Book M, page 168).

(201). April 17, 1761, City of Dover, Kent County, Delaware, Letters of Administration granted to Sarah Connor regarding estate of Jane Cavender, deceased.

(202). October 16, 1788, Sussex County, Delaware, Last Will and Testament of James Cavender naming his children James, Thomas, Charles, Henry, Mary Cannon and David. (Book A64, page 21---Will probated October 24, 1792)

(203). November 19, 1802, Sussex County, Delaware, additional account of David Cavender, executor of Will of his brother, Arthur Cavender.

(204). December 6, 1786, Sussex County, Delaware, Will of Arthur Cavender naming his son John, his wife Sarah, and his brother David, (Book A64, page 118). His Will was probated September 2, 1788.

(205). Partial maps for Williamson County, Tennessee, for the years 1878, 1939, 1980 and 1981.

(206). Hand drawn plots of various Williamson County, Tennessee Deeds regarding location of property of James Cavender.

(207). "The American Genealogical-Biographical Index to American Genealogical, Biographical and Local History Material", Volume 26, regarding the surname Cavender.

(208). "Ulster Emigration to Colonial America 1718-1775", by R. J. Dirkson, pages 221-227.

(209). "America at 1750", by R. Hofstadter, pages 22-32.

(210) .Encyclopedia Britannica, page 155.

(211). Various letters regarding surname Cavender in Ireland.

(212). Letters regarding surname Cavender in Pennsylvania.

(213). "Ulster Sails West", by W. F. Marshall, pages 7-59.

(214). Index to History of Delaware, 1609-1888", by J. Thomas Scharf, Volume I, page 167.

(215). "Pennsylvania a Distributing Center of Population", by W. F. Dunaway, pages 134-169.

(216). "The Early Settlers of Maryland, Index to Names of Immigrants Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland", by G. Skordas, pages 84-85, regarding Hugh Caviner.

(217). "The Surnames of Ireland", by E. MacLgsaght, pages 45 and 130.

(218). Record of 1816 and 1818 baptisms in England, regarding William and Mary Cavender.

(219). "Mayflower Descendant", page 114, regarding the surname Cavender.

(220). Search results in Northern Ireland by David McElroy regarding the surname Cavender.

(221). "Virginia Historical Index", Volume. 1, by E. G. Swem, page 338 regarding the surname Cavender.

(222). Index showing surname Cavender in Virginia from 1768-1850, found in London, England library.

(223). "Mayflower Descendant, Middleborough, Massachusetts, Vital Records", pages 130-131, regarding John and Ann Cavender's daughter, Kathrine, born July 4, 1731. (See also 237)

(224). (Duplicate of 207)

(225). "Mayflower Descendant, Eastham, Orleans and Middleborough, Massachusetts, Vital Records, Volume 27, pages 106 and 131 regarding John, Katherine and Abigail Cavender.

(226). "James Barrett's Returns", NEHG Reg., Volume 50, pages 476-477, regarding Joseph Carvender in Concord, Massachusetts, June 23, 1777.

(227). "Coweta County, Georgia, Chronicles for 100 Years", by Mary Jones and Lily Reynolds, pages 570-573.

(228). "William and Mary Quarterly, Marriage Bonds in Amelia County, Virginia", Volume 16, 1st.Series, pages 84 and 85, regarding Sally Cavender, daughter of Hugh Cavender..

(229). Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Marriages, pages 76 and 77 regarding John Cavender and Anne Jenning marriage on July 7, 1718.

(230). Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, births.

(231). Taunton, Massachusetts, Marriages, regarding John Cavender and Hannah Caswell marriage on May 25, 1750.

(232). "Mitchell's History of Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts", pages 210-211, regarding marriage of John Cavener (or Carver) to Anne Jennings in 1718.

(233). "James Savages Genealogical Dictionary of New England", pages 544-545.

(234). "The Compendium of American Genealogy", pages 686 and 687, regarding the surname Cavender.

(235). "Colonial Families of the United States", by Geo. Mackinzie, Volume III, pages 556-559, regarding George W. Cavender.

(236). Middleborough, Massachusetts, Birth Records, page 30, regarding Kathrine, daughter of John and Anna Cavender, born July 4, 1731. (See also 223).

(237). "Mortality Records of North Middleborough, Massachusetts, Baptist Church", kept by Rev. Isaac Backus, regarding the decease of John Cavender on November 4, 1772.

(238). "Middleborough, Massachusetts, Marriage Intentions", by Chester Weston, page 22, regarding marriage of John Cavender to Mrs. Joanna Shaw on June 4, 1768.

(239). (Duplicate of 222).

(240). November 4, 1740, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Indenture from James and Elizabeth Washburn for 20 acre and a 3 acre tract of land, Deed Book 33, page 301.

(241). December 4, 1751, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Indenture from John Cavender, grantor, to Edward Paddleford, grantee, for 3 acres previously purchased from James Washburn, Deed Book 38, page 203.

(242). March 9, 1752, Bristol County, Massachusetts, Indenture from John Cavender and Hannah Cavender, grantor, to Isaac Stephens, grantee, for 20 acres previously purchased from James Washburn, Deed Book 38, page 290.

(243). "Boston Evening Transcript", (newspaper), February 10, 1932, regarding John Cavender Stevens ("John Cavender"), son of Katherine Cavender.

(244). Newbury Library, Chicago, Illinois, index regarding surname Cavender.

(245). Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Registry of Deeds, Volume 15, page 76, regarding sale of lot by John Cavender, a blacksmith then living in Middleboro, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, grantor, to Joseph Jennings, grantee, dated October 18, 1720. Witnessed by Hugh McHunin.

(246). Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Probate, Volume 21, page 377, inventory of estate of John Cavender of Middleboro, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, dated December 9, 1772. (Note the previous purchase of land from Thomas Cole and foreclosure against Samuel Pratt, and also the witness by Silas Wood an administration of the estate by John Montgomery.)

(247). Plymouth County, Massachusetts, John Montgomery's Account with respect to the Administration of the estate of John Cavender, Volume 21, page 378, dated August 1, 1774. (Note the sale of one fat hog to William Cavender, the fact that John Cavender left a widow and family, and the fact that he apparently left a will.)

(248). Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Probate, Volume 21, page 379, dated December 6, 1773 regarding appraising the estate of John Cavender and assignment of one-third of the land and one-third of the house to his widow Joanna Cavender as her right of dower. Note also witnessed by Silas Wood.

(249). Isaac Bakes (Baptist preacher), diary for the year 1767, page 665, regarding preaching at funeral of "old John Cavender's” second wife, Mrs. Hannah Caswell, on May 16, 1767, who died with the lethargy on May 14, 1767. (Note Rev. Bakes' letter to apparently a Baptist preacher in London, England.)

(250). Isaac Backus' (Baptist preacher) diary for the year 1768, page 689, regarding the marrying of "old John Cavender" on June 21, 1768 to his third wife, Joanna.

(251). Isaac Backus' (Baptist preacher) diary for the year 1772. page 859, regarding preaching on November 2 at "old Mr. Cavender's" who is almost gone. Old John Cavender died two days later.

(252). "Descendants of Adam and Anne Mott", by Thomas C. Cornell, 1890, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, regarding marriage of Elizabeth Mott to Thomas S. Cavender in 1845.

(253). "Scotch Prisoners Sent to Massachusetts in 1652, by Order of the English Government", New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume I, page 24.

(254). "Scotch Prisoners Sent to Massachusetts in 1652, by Order of the English Government", New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume I, page 378 and 379.

(255). Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications, National Archives, Washington, D.C., 1976, page 96 regarding Charles, John, Joseph, Moses and William Cavender.

(256). "History of Westminster, Massachusetts, 1728-1893", by William S. Heywood, 1893, pages 578 and 579, regarding Grace Cavendar, daughter of Joseph Viles who came from Brattleboro, Vermont to Westminster, Massachusetts around 1772 and that her son, William, was born around 1760.

(257). "History of Hancock, New Hampshire, 1764-1889, by William W. Hayward, page 437, regarding Charles Cavender.

(258). "Carr Family Records, Seventh Generation", page 179, by Dodson I. Carr, 1894.

(259). "Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Registry of Deeds, Grantor Records", regarding various land transactions made by John Cavender and his wife, Anne, in Middleboro, Plymouth County, Massachusetts from the period 1725-1740.

(260). Representative samples of signatures of various Cavenders who signed their names to formal documents with his/her "mark".

(261). Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia, 1954 ed., Fact Summaries for the Colonies of Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia covering the early periods of settlement.

(262). "Index of Maryland Colonial Wills, 1634-1777" in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland by James M. Magruder, Jr., 1967. Charles Cavender property transaction in 1769 in Dorchester City.

(263). "Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777" by Robert Barnes. Charles Cavender married Sarah Scotton on July 19, 1741 in Queen Ann City, Maryland.

(264). Amelia County, Virginia, deed dated March 29, 1786 in which Hugh Cavender ("Hough Carpenter") gave his daughter Sally Compton ("Salley Compton") of Amelia County a Negro girl slave named "Ginney".

(265). DAR Lineage Books, Volume 39, page 116 re Charles Cavender born in 1736 in Ireland, later fought in the Revolutionary War in Stark's Brigade at the battle of Bennington, and died in 1824 in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.

(266). "Tracey Card" re George Kavanour living in Court Constable Pipe Creek Hundred in 1773. Carroll County Historical Society.

(267). "The Early Settlers of Maryland" by Gust Skordas, page 84 re Hugh Caviner immigrating to St. Mary's County in 1671.

(268). Kent County, Delaware probate records re Jane Cavender who died without leaving a will. Sarah Connor was appointed as the administratrix around October 1761.

(269). Miscellaneous letters and notes regarding Cavenders in Delaware, primarily in the late 1700's and early 1800's.

(270). "The Maryland Calendar of Wills" from 1685 to 1702, pg 17. Arthur Cavener witnessed the will of Jonas Bowens of Baltimore County on March 26, 1699.

(271). "The Maryland Calendar of Wills" from 1667 to 1772, pg 83, Charles Cavender's will was probated on April 24, 1789 in Dorchester County, Maryland and page 131 regarding Ezekiel Cavender living on the land of James Brown of Dorchester County, Maryland in March of 1768.

(272). "Maryland Calendar of Wills", 1753-1760, pg. 132 regarding Brien Cavender witnessing the will of Abraham Gambell on March 10, 1754 in Dorchester County, Maryland.

(273). Letter from the Queen Anne's County Historical Society regarding the marriage of Charles Cavender to Sarah Scotton in 1741 in Prince George's County, Maryland and Patrick Cavindire married Mary Patee (“Mary Potee”?) in 1769 in Baltimore County, Maryland.

(274). "Maryland Records-Colonial, Revolutionary, County and Church from Original Sources", Volume II, pg 105, showing the 1776 Tax List for Dorchester County, Maryland for the Transquakin Hundred. Lists the families of David Cavender and Thomas Cavender.

(275). "DAR Partoit Index", National Society of Daughters of The American Revolution, 1966, pg 121 showing the Charles Cavender, who married Elanor Addison in New Hampshire, as being born in 1736.

(276). "The New England Historical and Genealogical Register", 1896, Vol L, pg. 476, regarding a Joseph Carvender being mustered and paid on June 23, 1777 in Capt. Cory Company for the State of Nassachusetts Bay.

(277). "English Origins of New England Families" from the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Second Series, Volume I, 1985, pgs 50-51 re Richard and John Atherton.

(278). "Elizabeth Starbuck, Barney Genealogical Record Book", (NHA-MS-COLL-186), pg 234 re a Thomas Cavender of Pennsylvania marriage in 1825 to Elizabeth Mott.

(279). Genealogical listing of the family tree of a Dorset Cavender who married a Sarah and died in 1739 and who primarily settled in Charleston, Kanawha County, West Virginia, plus information on the Hugh Cavender line, and various miscellaneous data on other early Cavenders. Submitted by Rev. Raphael Cavender, Route 5, Box 316-I, Charleston, West Virginia 25312, Tel (304) 965-3196.

(280). "Genealogical Index to Frederick County, Maryland" pg 287 regarding a Mary Cavender who was born in 1725 and who married Moses Forster (Forester).

(281). Results of an extensive search in May 1995 by the New England Historical Genealogical Society regarding the origin of Hugh Cavender. Includes copies of documents found.

(282). Research material from James Dwinell, 4605 Waveland Court, Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, 50312, including information re the Robert Cavender whose estate was administered in Kent County, Delaware in 1816 and whose sons later moved to Greene County, Ohio and Montgomery County, Ohio.

(283). Early births and marriages in Newbury and Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts.

(284). "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War", Worchester, Massachusetts Historical Museum.

(285). "Chesapeake Cousins - Upper Shore", by the Genealogical Society of Maryland.

(286). Miscellaneous records regarding various Cavenders in Maryland which can be ordered from the Maryland State Archives, 350 Rowe Blvd., Annapolis, Maryland 21401.

(287). Probate Records in the Delaware State Archives, Dover, Kent County, Delaware, pages 194, 195, 236 and 237.

(288) "History of Delaware", Index, by J.T. Schart.

(289). Delaware Revolutionary War Records re Arthur and James Cavender.

(290). Historical account re Charles Cavender (actually "Kavanaugh") who was born in Wexford County, Ireland about 1750.

(291). Latter Day Saints Church records re Nancy Cavender born July 21, 1703.

(292) Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia, 1654-1800 re Henry Cavender's will which was made December 24, 1771 and probated March 31, 1772.

(293) Genealogical Abstracts of Princess Anne County, Virginia, Court Records from Deed Books 6 & 7 and Minute Books 6 & 7, 1740-1762 re John Cavender and wife not going to church.

(294). Listing of Cavender marriages in Virginia from 1707 to 1821.

(295) Genealogy tree of Don Houk which includes Hugh and Frances Cavender.

(296). Gwinnett County, Georgia, Families 1818-1968 re Joseph Cavender who was a descendant of Ezekiel Cavender who came from England to Maryland and settled in Westmoreland County, Virginia, where his five (actually six) children were born and later moved to North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee.

(297). Family tree of Ezekiel Cavender born 1738 in England and his wife, Ann, born in 1742 in Virginia referred to in Item 296 above.

(298). Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Probate Index, 1686-1881 re John Cavender of Middleboro, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

(299). Plymouth, Massachusetts, Court Records, 1686-1859, re John Cavender of Middleborough, Massachusetts.

(300). Maryland State Archives, Prerogative Court (Wills), pp. 145-146, Charles Cavender, April 24, 1769, (MdHR SR 4431)

(301). Inventory of the estate of Sarah Cavender of Dorchester County, Maryland, dated December 1, 1740, Maryland State Archives, Perogative Court (Accounts) 1742, Estate of Sarah Cavender, Liber 19, Folio 165, MSA Microfilm roll No. 51.

(302). Genealogical research report re Cavender/Cavener/Caviner in Maryland.

(303). Heads of Families in Maryland in the year 1790.

(304). The Compendium of American Genealogy, Volume VII, 1942, pp 386 re John Cavender of Newcastle County, Delaware.

(305). Vital Records of Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, pp. 81 & 579.

(306). International Genealogical Index, 1988, re Massachusetts.

(307). International Genealogical Index, 1988, re Connecticut.

(308). Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Registery of Deeds, John Cavender, Grantor, and Joseph Jennings, Grantee, re 17 acres of land in Middleborough, Massachusetts.

(309). August 23, 1976 letter to Frank Alden of California from University of South Carolina regarding the Cavender surname.

(310). Illinois 1850 Census listing all Cavenders then living in Illinois.

(311). Page 934 of Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, December 1948.

(312). Decendants of Robert Cavender as compiled by James I. Dwinell, e-mail jdwin492@concentric.net.

(313). Miscellaneous Cavender records compiled by James I. Dwinell e-mail jdwin492@concentric.net

(314). "History of Miami County, Ohio, 1880, Union Township", page 812

(315). "Cavender Family History" by Mary Ann Kelley, April 5, 1995, 136 Etheridge Drive, Princeton, Kentucky, 42445.

(316). "Inhabitants of Kent County, Maryland 1637-1787" by Henry C. Peden, Jr.

(317). "Inhabitants of Cecil County, Maryland 1637-1787" by Henry C. Peden, Jr.

(318). "The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War" by S. Eugene Clements, et al

(319). "Roll Call, The Civil War in Kent County, Maryland" by Walter J. Kirby

(320). "Membership Surname List #6, The Upper Shore Genealogical Society of Maryland"

(321). First Censuses of selected States of the United States, including the 1776 Census of Maryland.

(322). "Revolutionary Patriots of Kent & Queen Anne's Counties, Maryland"

(323). "Maryland Eastern Shore Newspaper Abstracts" Vol 1, 1790-1805, by F. Edward Wright

(324). "Kent County, Maryland Marriage Licenses 1796-1850 and list of Kent County Ministers" by Raymond B. Clark, Jr., et al

(325). Miscellaneous newspaper clippings primarily re Charles Cavender.

(326). Miscellaneous Revolutionary War records.

(327). "A History of Coweta County, Georgia" by the Newman-Coweta Historical Society.

(328). "R.943: Cavender Family Consultative Report" by Ireland Genelogical Society.

(329). Letter dated June 30, 1995 from June B. Knox of 1213 Amherst Drive, Denton, Texas.

(330). Inventory of the estate of Sarah Cavender, K. Co. Reg. of Wills, Reel 3, A8, p 122, Div. of Historical and Cultural Affairs, Dept. of State, Hall of Records, Dover, Kent County Delaware.

(331). Appointment of administrators of the estate of William Cavender, K. Co. Reg. of Wills, Reel 3, Item No. 1274.

(332). Inventory of the estate of Jane Cavener filed May 25, 1761 by Sally Cavener, K. Co. Reg. of Wills, Reel 3, Item No. 1275, Div. of Historical and Cultural Affairs, Dept. of State, Hall of Records, Dover, Kent County, Delaware.

(333). Ancestor Chart of Ruth Cavender Collon, 1150 3rd. St., Gilroy, California dated January 31, 1981 from Robert Cavender and Sarah Cavender of Kent County, Delaware.

(334). Inventory of the estate of William Wheellor, Kent County, Delaware, Kent County Wills, Reel 4, A54, p 69, Item No. 1282, Series W, Div. of Historical and Cultural Affairs, Dept. of State, Hall of Records, Dover, Kent County, Delaware.

(335). Marriage record of Thomas Cavender and Sarah Wheelor ("Sarah Wheeler") dated August 9, 1792 in Kent County, Delaware.

(336). Research material from Ruth Cavender Collon, 1150 3rd. St., Gilroy, California dated April 20, 1981 taken from the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, Dept. of State, Hall of Records, Dover, Kent County, Delaware.

(337). Research material from Ruth Cavender Collom, 1150 3rd. St., Gilroy, California. Includes 1850 census for the States of Ohio, Indiana and Illinois.

(338). Re: Thomas Cavender of Kent County Delaware: (i) K. Co. Reg of Wills, Reel 3, Item No. 1267, A8 p 123; Item No. 1268, A8 p 124; Item No. 1269, A8 p 125; Item No. 1270, A8 p 126; Item No. 1271, A8 p 127; Item No. 1272; Item No. 1273, (ix) Vol A8, p 120, Kent County Probate, Reel No. 3 of "C" Series.

(339). Re: Robert Cavender of Kent County, Delaware: (i) Kent Co. Probate, Reel No. 3 of C Series. (ii) Kent Co. Probate, Items 1259, 1260, 261 & 262.

(340). Re: F.A. Cavender of Kent County, Delaware: (i) Item 1242 dated June 7, 1894.

(341). Re. Levin Cavender of Kent County, Delaware: Kent Co. Probate Items 1246 through 1258.

(342). Re: Samuel Cavender of Kent County, Delaware: Kent Co. Probate, Vol. A8, p. 116, Item No. 1239; p. 117, Item No. 1240; and, p. 118, Item No. 1241.

(343). Re: John Cavender of Kent County, Delaware: Kent Co. Probate, Items No. 1245 & 1245

(344). Index of Greene County, Ohio Wills re Samuel Cavander ("Samuel Cavender"), E-1835, GR, wb1, p 2, and Index of Miami County Wills re (i) John Cavender, E-1841, MM, c1125, (ii) John Cavender, Jr., E-1825, MM, c408, (iii) Samuel Cavender, E-1849, MM, c1775, (iv) Thomas Cavender, Sr., E-1824, MM, c383. (E=Estate, intestate estate, wb=will book, will recorded, c=case number, p=page.)

(345). State of Maryland counties and county seats listing and map.

(346). Information from Mrs. A. S. McSwain, Jr., 4600 Kenny Lane Waco, Texas 76710.

(347). 1895 and 1900 Census for Palo Alto Township, Jasper County, Iowa.

(348). 1800 map of Delaware showing location of "Hundreds".

(349). Re: Ezekiel Cavender of Dorchester County, Maryland, who was born in England in 1738 and came to this country in about 1770. Data supplied by Joyce Atkin, 1480 Mountain View, Calif. 95988.

(350). Research report by Dorothy Horan, 2733 West 6870 S., West Jordan, Utah 84084 re research conducted at the Salt Lake City, Utah Library, in addition to information provided by her father Bud Cavender, 704 Pleasants Drive, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 22407, email 74037.1655@CompuServe.COM

(351). Obituary of John Hugus Cavender.

(352). "History of Miami County, Ohio, 1880, Union Township" p 812

(352). Research report 4/24/1981 by the Museum and Library of Maryland History re Cavenders, particularly Robert Cavender.

(353). "Genealogy-Cavender" p 437 re Charles Cavender born in 1756 and who married Elanor Addison.

(354) Research material and Family Group Sheets, supplied September 12, 1995 by Lil & Bob Steele, 4309 Stella Ct., Arlington, Texas, 76017, (817) 572-2255, email bsteele@starttext.net

(355) Research material from Sue Overturf, 589 South "M" Street, Livermore, California 94550-4420, email NSOTURF@MSN.COM and her father, A.W. Smith of Houston Texas, primarily regarding the Clemeth Cavender of Georgia line.

(356) DAR Membership No. 647898 approved August 8, 1980 for Bernice Cavender Cockroft of Austin, Colorado, as being a descendant of Joseph Cavender of Amelia County, Virginia.

(357) Research material from Helen A. Johnson, 3032 Henderson Mill Road, Chamblee, Georgia 30341 re Jesse John Cavender and Obediah Cavender of Georgia descendants of Ezekiel Cavender born in England.

(358) Material from Joyce Atkin, Mt. View, Chico, California, 95926, 916-343-5688, re Ezekiel Cavender born in England vs Ezekiel Cavender born in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

(359) Research material re Obediah C. Cavender from Thomas G. Cavender, 188 Ozora Road, Logansville, Georgia 30249.

(360) Research material re Shephard Cavender from James E. Bane, Sr., 307 High Street, Hopedale, Ohio 43976, e-mail Jeb720@hotmail.com

(361) Research material re Stallard connection to Ezekiel Cavender from Mary E. Card Sutton, 1462 Street Rd., New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938.

(362) "Family Puzzlers", No. 1411, pp 12 re Tabitha Cavender and Telitha Cumi Cavender of Catoosa County, Georgia.

(363) Research Report by Bristol, England City Archivist dated September 22, 1995 re Cavender's in general.


  1. Research material from Alice Cooper, P.O. Box 65, Douglas, Arizonia 85607, Tel. (502) 364-8582.

(365) A Family History of Potter, Kirby, Tarrant, Johnson compiled by Maud Potter, San Diego, California, dated August 1961.

(366) Ozark Heritage, Dent County, Missouri, 1851-1980, Vol. II, pages 86-87.

(367) Research material from Charles V. Often, 1022 Crosby Road, Catonsville, Maryland 21228-1239

(368) Research material from Barbara Schultz, P.O. Box 1502, Oneco, Florida 34264, primarily re Ezekiel Cavender and his descendants.

(369). Research material from Judy DeGraeve, Box 304, R.R. 4, East Moline, Illinois 61244, primarily relating to David Furrow and his descendants.

(370). Indentures from the Maryland Hall of Records, 84-1799, Land Office Patents 16, pp 115-116, Hugh Caviner, 1671, 2p RHR.

(371). Research material from Delores Allen, 10800 West 4th... Street, Island City/La Grande, Oregon, 97850.

(372). Research material from Kim Baynard, 1112 Harrison Ave, St. Michaels, Maryland, 21663

(373). Information furnished by Dr. R. Chris Wilkerson, 117 Meadowcrest Ln, Ponte Verda, Florida 32082.

(374). Information from Betty Wamsley, 637 Ashbourne Dr., Shreveport, La. 71106.

(375). Research material from Rollie W. Taylor, 13170 Center Avenue, San Martin, CA 95046 777, Tel.(408) 683-0635, email rolliet@pacbell.net Primary references: A Cornwell Family History, by Elaine S. Cobb, p.1-12; Gone to Georgia, by William C. Stewart, p. 224; Jasper County, Georgia, Cemetery and Bible Records, by Jewell Moats Lancaster, p. 177; History of Jasper County, Georgia, by Jasper County Historical Foundation, p.167-168; Reprint of Official Register of Land Lottery of Georgia, 1827, by Martha Lou Houston, p. 63, 86 & 88; 1800 census of Pendleton District, South Carolina, by William C. Stewart, p. 43, 44 & 49; Federal Revolutionary War Records; State of Georgia Archives & History, Family Records; Federal Archives and Records Section, East Point, Georgia; Colvin and Allied Families, by Ethelle and Baker Colvin; The Diamond Family, by Laura Powers Marbut, p. 1-2; Dinwiddie County, Virginia, 1752-1865, by Thomas P. Hughes, Jr.; and, Dinwiddie County, Virginia, Land Records, by Thomas P. Hughes, Jr. and Jewell B. Standifer.

(376). "Maryland's First Colonial Capital", Americal History Magagine, October 1995, Time Taveler Section.

(377). "Kentucky Pioneers and Their Descendants", by Ila Earle Fowler. Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967.

(378). Abstracts of Deed Book A, Christian County, Kentucky (which includes the City of Hopkinsvile in Western Kentucky).

(379). "Kentucky Pioneer and Court Records, Wills and Deed Abstracts".

(380). "The Original Lists of Persons of Quality, 1600-1700" by John Camden Hotten, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Md. 1968.

(381). "English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records" by Louis des Cognets, Jr.

(382). "Kentucky Land Warrants for the French, Indian and Revolutionary Wars", compiled by Samuel M. Wilson, from official records of the State of Kentucky Land Office, Frankford, Kentucky.

(383). "History of Union County, Ohio", by W.H. Beers & Co., 1883, page 461.

(384). Research material provided by Mrs. Karen E. Fugate, 6006 N. Inwood Place, Peoria, Illinois 61615.

(385). Cemetery records re Wahoo Baptist Church, Hall County, Georgia.

(386). Research material provided by William C. Nixon, Jr., 4888 Fairlawn Rd., Lyndhurst, Ohio 44123-112, (216) 382-3481.

(387). Information provided by Kenneth Cavender, 47 W. Xenia St, Jamestown, Ohio, 513-675-2727; Keith Cavender 513-675-6239; and, Marvin Church 513-675-2169.

(388). Information provided by Joy T. Cavender, Official Court Reporter for the 27th. Judicial District of the State of Tennessee, 305 Forrest Street, P.O. Box 54, Greenfield Tennessee, 38230-0054 and Jerry W. Cavender, 2702 Rustic Drive, Bartlett, Tennessee, 38133.

(389). Information provided by Walter L. Cavender, #8 Green Cir., Leigh Acres, Fla., 33936, 941-369-4890.

(390). National Genealogical Society Quarterly, Pages 217-218, Oglethorpe County, Georgia.

(391). Information provided by Cathy Wilmot Internet: cwilmot256@aol.com

(392). Information on file at the LDS Library in Salt Lake City, Utah under the heading "Maryland".

(393). Information provided by Genealogist Robert Davidson, 2900 Riverside Drive, Richmond, Virginia 23225, email rfdavid@aol.com

(394). Information gathered by Victor Stultz Cavener who died November 6, 1990 in Yukon, Oklahoma.

(395). Information provided by John W. Seibert, Route 3, Iola, Kansas 66749 which included information gathered by an Othellia Boyd Smith who compiled the "Little Book", dated March 1960, on the Cavnar/Cavenaugh family in memory of her mother Tempa Theodosia Cavnar Boyd.

(396). Information provided by Betty Wamsley, 6371 Ashbourne Drive, Shreveport, Lousiana, 71106.

(397). International Genealogical Index, 1994 Edition, Version 3.05.

(398). Information provided by Evelyne Keith, 1696 Atlanta Circle, Manitowoc, Wisconsin, 54220, email evelyne@dataplusnet.com

(399). Information provided by Angela J. Carrington, Genealogist, 22 Princes Avenue, London, England, N103LR.

(400). Information provided by Mrs. E.G. Aeberli ("Rae"), Hc70, Box 194, Mountain View, Arkansas, 72560-8734, Tel. (501) 591-6665.

(401). Various official records regarding Patrick Cavender and Keziah Cavender as provided by Wauneta Seibert, 1551 Missouri Road, Iola, Kansas 66749 as located by her cousin, Charles Weeks, email cweeks@capecod.net

(402). Information provided by Louise P. Ogg, P.O. Box 112, Unity, Illinois, 62993.

(403). Information provided by Tom Cavender, 1154 Whirlaway Lane, Monroe, Georgia, 30655, (770) 207-0813, together with information collected by Michael Bowers Cavender and provided to Tom Cavender.

(404). Information provided by Michael F. Rutherford, RR1, P.O. Box 196, Tell City, Indiana, 47586

(405). "History of Dubois County, Indiana-Its Primitive Days to 1910", by George R. Wilson.

(406). Information provided by Ian G. Lawrence, 2 Pipits Croft, Bicester, Oxon OX6 0XW, United Kingdom Tel: 00441769241361, Fax:00441769256678, email kblack.lisa.mod@gtnet.gov.uk

(407). Information provided by Barbara Andruss Irwin, 1400 Canyonwood Court, Walnut Creek, California, (510) 939-8522, e-mail: BAIRWIN@aol.com

(408). Information provided by Roger Tomlinson, 6949 E. 78th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74137, (918)492-5445, email ret@gorilla.net

(409). Information provided by Jerry W. Cavender, 2702 Rustic Drive, Memphis, Tennessee, 38133, (W) 901-388-5253, (H) 901-937-0577.

(410). Information provided by Don Houk, CPO Box 967, Tokyo, Japan 100-91, c/o: c/o K-LINE AMERICA, INC., 2430 Camino Ramon, Suite 220, San Ramon, CA 94583-4278. Fax 011-81-03-3595-6346, e-mail dghouk@email.kline.co.jp

(411). Information by Ray Taylor, 628 Cherokee Drive, Waynesboro, Georgia, 30830.

(412). Information provided by St. Mary's County, Virginia Historical Society, P.O Box 212, Leonardtown, Maryland, 20650.

(413). Copy of selected pages from the book entitled "Miami Valley Genealogies", Vol 2, Families A to K by Lindsay M. Brien re Cavenders who moved from Sussex County, Delaware to Maryland, from there to Miami County, Ohio and from there to Montgomery County, Ohio.

(414). Additional information on the descendants of Timothy Cavender, Sr. Also spelled Cavener and Cavner and who married Winnie Gold.

(415). Data from Michael Kavanagh, Clann Chaomhanach Executive Secretary, Coolnaleen Ryland located in Bunclody, County Wexford, Republic of Ireland.

(416). "This Our Heritage-Weldon Family Histories" by the Farmer City Journal, printed 1974, pages 38 & 39 entitled "Bales Family in Nixon Township".

(417). Partial copy of microfilm in the LDS Library relating to Charles Cavender from 1790, New Hampshire.

(418). Census data from LDS Library plus data charts from an unknown source of Indiana Cavenders.

(419). Data from June Knox, 1213 Amherst Dr., Denton, TX, 76201-1701.

(420). Data from Gail Bender, Tel (509) 687-3080, Fax (509) 687-3080, email bender@kozi.com and Robert Allen. White, 3012 Espanola NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110-2731, email WHITE808@worldnet.att.net

(421). Data provided by Don B. Cavender and Mary A. Cavender, 13764 FM 605. Merkel, Texas, 79563, (915) 928-3415.

(422). Data provided by Cynthia Blankenship, 916 Nicki Court, Bakersville, California 93307-5173, Tel (805) 834-3136, email Cblankegen@aol.com

(423). Data provided by Cindy Jones, 8607 Glenwood, Overland Park, Kansas, 66212, e-mail ralphferret@sprintmail.com

(424). Data provided by Alice Cavender Badenoch (now deceased), 615 Laurel Lake Drive, #A119, Columbus, North Carolina 28722-7420, Tel (704) 894-3304.

(425). Data provided by Cynthia L. Thomason Freeman, 302 Prairie Lane, Belton, Missouri, 64012-2944.

(426). Data provided by Dorothy McCallum, 3888 Fitzgerald Highway, Broxton, Georgia 31519.

(427). Data provided by Anna Marie Cavender McBride, 1847 Hermitage Drive, Imperial, Missouri 63052, Tel (314) 464-5418.

(428). Data provided by Sharon Woodcock, 6808 Abbott Lane, Crestwood, Kentucky 40014, Tel (502) 241-1307.

(429). Data provided by Phyllis M. Porter, 161 Farmington Drive, Woodstock, Georgia, 30188, email PmpGenie@aol.com.

(430). Data provided by Patricia W. Adams, 6323 89th. Ave., West, University Place, Washington, 98467-1643.

(431). Data provided and gathered by Merri Lee Weiss, 605 Dueno Drive, Chino Valley, Arizona, Tel (520) 636-6288, email merrimac@NorthLink.Com and Mary Jane Walker, 57 Ocean View Drive, Pittsburg, California 94565.

(432). Data provided by Beverly de Filippis, 11174 Russwood Circle, Dallas, TX 75229,(214) 696-4927, email FlipFamily@worldnet.att.net

(433). Data provided by Mr. Beverley Brooks Cavender, 1530 Central Ave., P.O. Box 88, Lake Placid, Florida 33862-0088, Tel (941)465-2638, 1-800-916-2638, Fax 941-465-6990, email


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