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According to the 1850 census for Rutherford County, Tennessee, James B. Cavender ("James Cavender", “J.B. Cavender” & “James Benjamin Cavender”?) was listed as being born in Virginia, was then 52 years of age and thus born about 1798, that his wife Rebecca Cavender was age 42 and born in Tennessee about 1808. According to the 1860 census for Rutherford County, Tennessee, James B. Cavender was listed as a shoemaker 63 years of age, and thus born about 1798, and born in Virginia, whereas, Rebecca Cavender was listed as then being 53 years of age, and thus born about 1807 in Virginia. Their children were all born in Tennessee and at that time were:



William Cavender age 20 and thus born about 1830 and who married a "Joicy";

John N. Cavender ("John Cavender" & “J.N. Cavender”) age 13 and thus born about 1837;

Sarah Cavender age 11 and thus born about 1839;

James Cavender age 9 and thus born about 1841;

Sarah Cavender ("Rebecca Cavender") age 7 and thus born about 1843; and,

Hugh Cavender age 2 in 1850 and thus born about 1848, and being age 11 and thus born about 1849.122

According to notations in the Bible of a Hugh Cavander ("Hugh Cavender"), which is on file in the Georgia Department of Archives and History, entitled "Daughters of the American Revolution-Georgia Society, Bible Records 1789-1970 by Mrs. Leonard G. DeLamar, it is stated that Hugh Cavendar was born on March 5, 1847, that he married Zilpha Ann Walker ("Zilpha Walker" & "Zilphia Walker"?) on October 8, 1867, and that he died on July 20, 1939 in Georgia. There is a very good possibility that he is the above-mentioned son of James B. Cavender ("James Cavender") who was the son of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") and was the grandson of the Hugh Cavender who died in Charlotte County, Virginia. It is further stated that Zilpha Walker was born on July 29, 1850, and died on November 15, 1942. Hugh Cavender and Zilpha Cavender ("Ann Cavender") had only one child named: (start)



Rose Cavander ("Rose Cavender") who was born on February 3, 1869, married a Robinson, and died on May 26, 1922. Rose Robinson had 2 children:

Rose Nelle Robinson ("Rose Robinson"); and,

Freddie Robinson ("Frederick Robinson"? & "Fred Robinson"?) who was born on August 14, 1897, and died in World War I in 1917. Also mentioned in the Bible of Hugh Cavender was that Madison Dill and Helen McLean were married on May 22, 1937 and that they had the following children:

Ellis Eugene Dill ("Ellis Dill") born on March 14, 1938, and died on May 20, 1972;

Henry Lee Dill ("Henry Dill") born on August 26, 1939; Mary Helen Dill ("Mary Dill") born on December 22, 1940;

Rose Catherine Dill ("Rose Dill" & "Kitty Dill") born on March 18, 1942;

Lynda Carolyn Dill ("Lynda Dill" & "Linda Dill"?) born on November 24, 1944; Charles Jerome Dill ("Charles Dill") born on November 22, 1948;

Angela Annette Dill ("Angela Dill") born on April 24, 1956; and,

James Allen Dill ("James Dill") born on February 9, 1950, and died on January 30, 1962.

Stephen Cavender, the twin brother of James B. Cavender (“J.B. Cavender”), first married Sally L. Short (“Sally Short”) on February 18, 1819 in Williamson County, Tennessee. Sally Cavender died on December 16, 1843 at the age of 42 and left a large family according to a local newspaper report, and Stephen Cavender later married Matilda Bryum (“Matilda Bynum”?) about 1843 in Maury County, Tennessee.

In the 1850 census for Lewis County, Tennessee, the Stephen Cavender family was listed as comprising Stephen Cavender age 52 and born in Virginia about 1798, his wife Matilda Cavender age 49 and born in North Carolina about 1801, and their children comprising; Margaret Cavender age 22 and born about 1828, Sarah Cavender age 20 and born about 1830, Stephen Cavender age 14 and born about 1836, Mary Cavender age 12 and born about 1838, Milly Cavender age 10 and born about 1840, and Caroline Bynum Cavender ("Caroline Cavender" & “C.B. Cavender”) age 17, born about 1833, and apparently born during a prior marriage of her mother who was then Matilda Bryum.122 It is to be noted that Lewis County, Tennessee was formed from parts of the counties of Maury County, Tennessee, Hickman County, Tennessee, Wayne County, Tennessee, and Lawrence County, Tennessee in 1843. The particular section given to Lewis County, Tennessee by Maury County, Tennessee was returned to Maury County, Tennessee in 1852.

(3) Nancy Cavender was born about 1798 in Bedford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, which apparently later became Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and later married a Joseph Manning of the same county. It is to be noted that on April 13, 1794, a Charles Cavender was born in Greenfield, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire to Charles Cavender and Eleanor Addison ("Elenore Addison"). Charles Cavender, Sr. apparently immigrated from Ireland via Newfoundland about 1775 at the age of 19 years. His son, Charles Cavender, Jr., finally settled in North Lewisburg, Ohio.397


1799/01/16 Ann Elizabeth Cavinder ("Ann Elizabeth Cavender"?, “A.E. Cavender”?, "Elizabeth Cavender") was christened by James Cavinder ("James Cavender"") and Ann Cavinder ("Ann Cavender"?) in Saint George in the East Parish, Stepney, London, England. 140 & 439
1799/02/04 Arthur Cavender married Elizabeth Martin in Alverstoke, England.399
1799/02/04 Arthur Cavender was baptized in Hampshire County, England.399
1799/03/18 Deposition of David Cavender, aged about 73 years, concerning the land of Charles LeCompte, formerly purchased by William Soward from the Winacaco and the Choptank Indians containing 500 acres. 352
1799/07/xx John Cavender, Sr., and his son, John Cavender, Jr., were living in Summer County, Tennessee. John Cavender, Sr., is believed to be the son of Henry Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender of Westmoreland County, Virginia. They signed a petition to the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee requesting the establishment of a new county. Note the second person named John Cavender, Jr. who was born about 1790 to a John Cavender, who, in turn, was born to the John Cavender born about 1760 and fought in the Revolutionary War. 40
1799/09/16 Summer County, Tennessee, was reduced in size by the Tennessee State General Assembly and the new counties of Smith and Wilson and a new City to be named Rutherford, Tennessee were formed and adopted. 40
1799/10/26 Williamson County, Tennessee was formed from Davidson County, Tennessee. Davidson County, Tennessee was originally Davidson County, North Carolina prior to Tennessee becoming a state in 1796. Hunters and explorers came into this section as early as 1784 but most permanent settlement of the early settlers were not made until shortly before 1800. The Natchez Trace, an important pioneer road of the 1800's, runs through the western section of Williamson County, Tennessee. 53, 125 & 165
1799 (1) The first gold rush of western North Carolina.

(2) Inventory and Will of Edward Cavender was probated in Gloschester County, New Jersey.

(3) Williamson County, Tennessee, was formed from Davidson County, Tennessee, which in turn, was originally Davidson County, North Carolina in 1783. 122

(4) The year that Garner McConnico, a pioneer from Lunenburg County, Virginia, formed the Primitive Baptist Church which was later destroyed by storm in 1909 and was rebuilt nearby. The old cemetery remains.


17?? James Cavanagh ("James Cavender"?) of Baltimore County, Maryland was an Irish runaway servant of William Bennett.393
1800/01/15 Joseph Cavender married Debroah Sapp (“Deborah Sapp”?) in Kent County, Delaware. 269
1800/05/08 James Cavender ("Eudaley James Cavender") was listed on the Tangible Tax List for the Upper District of Lunenburg County as having 1 white tithe, 1 black tithe, and 1 horse, mare, colt or mule. 42
1800/05/15 Joseph Cavender married Deborah Sapp in Kent County, Delaware.269 & N.C Cnty. Del. Vol. 87, pp 237.15
1800/09/05 Hannah Cavender married Thomas Downes ("Thomas Down" & "Thomas Downs") in Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was probably the same Hannah Dole Cavender who filed the intention to be married to James Cavender in Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts on on June 16, 1770. This particular James Cavender probably was killed in the Revolutionary War. The daughter of Thomas Downs and Hannah Downs , named Hannah Dole Down (“Hannah Down”, “Hannah Downs”?, “Hannah Downes? & “Dole Downs”?), married Ira Ricker and they had a daughter named Lucinda Ricker ("Lucy Ricker"?). 283 & 306
1800/09/30 William Cavenaugh ("William Cavender"?), John Thompson and Polly Dillingham ("Mary Dillingham" & "Mary Jane Dillingham"), both then living in Christian County, Kentucky (which includes the City of Hopkinsvile in Western Kentucky), were witnesses to the power of attorney dated October 30, 1800 which George Wilson Humphreys ("George Humphreys") of Pickering County, Mississippi granted to David Smith of Christian County, Kentucky with respect to the sale by George Humphreys of 500 acres of land in Hardin County, Kentucky on Buffalo Creek.

1800/12/12 John Cavender married Jane Collins in Aberdeen County, Scotland.399
1800 (1) DELAWARE:

Robert Cavender family was then living in Kent County, Delaware in 1800 and at that time comprised 12001-10001-00.418

David Cavender family was then living in Sussex County, Delaware and then comprised 20301-20120-00.418

Amilia Cavender ("Amelia Cavender") was the head of the household in Kent County, Delaware which then comprised 10000-20010-00.

John Cavender was living in Pencader Hundred in in New Castle County, Delaware and his family consisted of a wife and at least 5 children.

David Cavender was living in Nanticoke Hundred in Sussex County, Delaware, and his family consisted of 2 males and 2 females under 10, 3 males and 1 female 16-26, female 26-45 and 1 male over 45.

Alexander Cavender was living in Pencader Hundred in in New Castle County, Delaware. He and his wife had 5 or more children.

A first Thomas Cavender family was living in Georgetown, Delaware and apparently

a second Thomas Cavender family was living in Mispellion Hundred, in Kent County, Delaware in 1800.313

Apparently another Thomas Cavender family was then living in Dorchester County, Maryland in 1800 and at that time his family comprised 01111-11001-00.418

Apparently a Thomas Cavender married Mary A. Lou ("Mary Lou"?) on October 22, 1840 in Delaware.

Joseph Cavender married Deborah Sapp in Kent County, Delaware in 1800. 269 A Joseph Cavender family was then living in Kent County, Delaware and at that time comprised 10100-00200-00.418

Approximate 1800 was the date of the decease of Reuben Cavender of Delaware who was born in Delaware? and was the son of Robert Cavender and Sarah Cavender, and the grandson of Dorset Cavender and Sarah Cavender. He married Amelia in Delaware. Reuben Cavender and Amelia Cavender had the 2 children:

(i) Reuben Cavender born in 1794 in Delaware?, married a Mary and had 5 children:

Louise Cavender born in 1838;

Carolyn Cavender born in 1839;

Elizabeth Cavender born in 1841;

John Cavender born in 1847; and,

William Cavender; and,

(ii) 2 unnamed daughters. 312



(2) KENTUCKY (1800); John Cavender was then paying taxes in Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1800. On September 16, 1799, Jane Cavender married John Lindsey in Bourbon County, Kentucky.126, 127, 279 & 355

(3)MARYLAND (1800): Thomas Cavender was living in Dorchester County, Maryland in 1800. Either the same or a different Thomas Cavender was likewise living in Dorchester County, Maryland in 1800 and his household at that time comprised 01111-11001-00.418 William Cavinder ("William Cavender"?) was living in Cecil County, Maryland and his household then comprised 30010-30010-00, and two Thomas Cavanders ("Thomas Cavender"?) were living in Somerset County, Maryland. 352

(4) NEW HAMPSHIRE (1800): Calais Cavender ("Calis Cavender"?) was living in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and his household then comprised 00100-00100-00.418 Charles Cavinder ("Charles Cavender"?) family was then living in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and his household then comprised 20101-01201-00.418

(5) NEW YORK (1800): David Cavinger ("David Cavender"?) family was then living in Saratoga County, New York and his household then comprised 02110-32001-00.418 Thomas Cavinagh ("Thomas Cavender"?) family was then living in New York County, New York and his household then comprised 11001-00100-00.418

(6) NORTH CAROLINA (1800): Richard Caviness ("Richard Cavender") family was then living in Chatham County, North Carolina and his household then comprised 02001-10110-00.416 William Cavender family was then living in Duplin County, North Carolina and at that time comprised 00100-10101-00.418Lewis Cavender family was then living in Craven County, North Carolina and at that time comprised 10010-10011-00.418 Bryant Cavender ("Brien Cavender"? & "Briant Cavender"?) family was then living 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 and his household then comprised 00010-00010-11. John Cavender family was then living 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 and then comprised 11010-00011-00.418

(7) PENNSYLVANIA (1800): John Cavinder ("John Cavender") family was then living in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and his household then comprised 01410-00021-20.418

(8) SOUTH CAROLINA (1800): Ezekiel Cavender family was then living in the Pendleton District, South Carolina and then comprised 02001-00011-00. James Cavender family was then living in the Pendleton District, North Carolina and then comprised 30010-00011-00.418

(9) PENNSYLVANIA (1800): Joseph Caviner ("Joseph Cavender"?) family was then living in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania and his household then comprised 22210-31001-00.418 Charles Cavender family was then living in Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania and his family then comprised 00110-11200-00.418

(10) SOUTH CAROLINA (1800): Ezekiel Cavender was living in South Carolina and his family consisted of 2 males 10-15, 1 female 25-45, and 1 male and 1 female 45 and over. In 1810, an Ezekiel Cavender was living in the Pendleton District of South Carolina. James Cavender was living in South Carolina and his family consisted of 3 males under 10, and 1 male and 1 female 25-45. Clement Cavender family was living in South Carolina comprising 2 females under 10, and 1 male and 1 female 16-26 (00100-20100).418 William Cavender family was living in Beaufort County, South Carolina comprising 1 male 16-26, 1 female 26-45, and 3 females 10-16. James Cavender family was living in the Pendleton District of South Carolina and comprised 1 male and 1 female 26-45, 1 female 16-26, and 3 males under 10. In 1810 his family consisted of 1 male 45 and over, 1 female 26-45, and 1 male 16-26. Ezekiel Cavender family was also living in the Pendleton District of South Carolina and comprised 1 male 45 and up, 1 female 26-45, 1 female 16-26, and 2 males 10-16. Clemeth Cavender ("Clemith Cavender"?) was also living in the Pendleton District of South Carolina and comprised 1 male and 1 female 16-26, and 2 females under 10. John Cavender was also living in the Pendleton District of South Carolina and his family consisted of 1 male 45 and over, 1 female 26-45, 1 female 16-26 and 2 males under 10. This may be the same John Cavender who owned land in 1825 on Duchman's Creek in Rowan County, North Carolina. James Cavender, Ezekiel Cavender and Clemeth Cavender ("Clemith Cavender"?) were living near Elijah Cromwell who married Catherine Cavender who was born in 1764 in Virginia. Elijah Cromwell moved to Jackson County, Georgia in 1801 and later moved to Jasper County, Georgia. 135, 309 & 355

(11) TENNESSE (1800):

Nancy Cavender, believed to be the daughter of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") and granddaughter of Hugh Cavender, is believed to have been born about 1801 in Williamson County, Tennessee, and married Richard Walker in Williamson County, Tennessee, on August 22, 1821.78

Alexander Cavender paid taxes in Jefferson County, Tennessee in 1800.

(12) VERMONT (1800): Charles Cavender family was then living in Ferrisburg, Addison County, Vermont and then comprised: 10010-20100-00.418

(13) VIRGINIA (1800): Garrett Cavender was granted a land grant in 1800 by the State of Virginia for 50 acres of land located in South Br. Mountain in Hampshire County, West Virginia. In 1781, a Garrett Cavener ("Garrett Cavender"?) was serving as a Private in the company of Captain Uriah Springer from Monongalia County, West Virginia on service at Pittsburg, Pennsylvania in 1781, which is near Monongahela in Washington County, Pennsylvania near Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 355 Joseph Cavender was living in Chesterfield County, Virginia. 126 & 127 Frederick Crafton, James Crafton, John Crafton, Jr., William Crafton and Thomas Crafton were listed on the May 8, 1880 Tangible Property Tax listing for the Upper District of Lunenburg County, Virginia. 42 Henry Cavender, John Cavender, Reuben Cavender and Thomas Cavender were living in either Charlotte County, Virginia or Amelia County, Virginia. Also paying personal estate taxes in Charlotte County were: David Eudaley ("David Youdaley") on 1 white man over 21 and 1 horse; and, Moses Eudaley ("Moses Youdaley") on 2 white men over 21 and 3 horses. David Eudaley had various land transactions in Charlotte County during the period of 1800 to 1810, when he sold his land in 1810. In 1820, David Eudaley and James Eudaley were living in Rutherford County, Tennessee where David Eudaley married Lucy Blankenship on December 18, 1816. In 1840, a first David Eudaley was living in Jefferson County, Tennessee with his wife Sarah Jane Baldwin ("Sarah Baldwin"), and on the same date David Eudaley, Mary Eudaley and Moses Eudaley were living in Dyer County, Tennessee. As previously indicated, William Eudaley had various land transactions in Charlotte County during the period of 1807 to 1810, and Elisha Eudaley had various land transactions during the period of 1809 to 1810. In 1820, John Eudaley, then over the age of 45, was living in Caswell, North Carolina and, in 1850, a John Eudaley was living in Dyre County, Tennessee. Nancy Eudaley was born in Jefferson County, Tennessee about 1815. It therefore appears that after 1810 most, if not all, of the Charlotte County, Virginia Eudaleys moved to Rutherford and other parts of Tennessee. Rutherford County, Tennessee is adjacent to Williamson County, Tennessee where Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") and his family were then living. 350 & 393



(14) WEST VIRGINIA (1800): Betty Ellizabeth Cavender ("Betty Cavender") was born in 1800 to John Cavender and Sarah Cavender primarily of West Virginia and married Henson Guthrie in 1825.

(15) Thomas Jefferson succeeded John Adams as the third President of the United States.

1801/01/13 Thomas Cavenar ("Thomas Cavender"?) married Nanncy Griggis ("Nancy Griggis" & "Nancy Griggs"?) 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. William Williams was the bondsman and Daniel Bridges was the witness. 371
1801/01/17 Agreement between Sarah Cavender of Caroline County, Maryland and Love McFarling Burns ("Love Burns") of Sussex County, Delaware concerning a lease by Sarah Cavender to Love Burns of the plantation formerly belonging to John McFarling. 352
1801/05/17 Nancy Roane Cavender ("Nancy Cavender" & “N.R. Cavender”) was born in Georgia, married John Ellis in Henry County, Georgia January 22, 1828, died September 17, 1883 in Kemper, Lampasas County, Texas, and is buried in the Ellie Cemetery in the middle of Kemper, Texas, which is land apparently owned by her son, Hampton Ellis. John Ellis was born 1798 in Georgia? and died about 1854 in Van Zandt County, Texas. In 1850, they were in Walker County, Georgia but moved that year to Texas, first to Van Zandt and then to Johnson County, Texas. In 1859, she received a 160 acre land grant which was signed by Governor Sam Houston. After the Civil War, she was appointed administratrix of the estate of her two sons, William Jefferson Ellis ("William Ellis") and John Amos Ellis ("John Ellis"), both casualties of the Civil War. William Jefferson Ellis died only a few weeks after enlisting, presumably of disease since he died in Texas. 371
1801/09/07 Thomas Cavenor ("Thomas Cavender"?) of St. George Parish, Glouschester County, England, married Ann Holloway, spinster, in St.George Parish in Glouschester County, England. Witnesses were Susana Crockford ("Susanna Crockford"?) and an Elizabeth. Thomas Cavenor and Susanna Crockford both signed their names with their mark "x".363 On July 31, 1803, Mary Ann Cavener ("Mary Cavener", “Mary A. Cavender”? & "Mary Cavender"?), the daughter of Thomas Cavener ("Thomas Cavenor" & "Thomas Cavender") and Ann Cavener ("Ann Cavenor" & "Ann Cavender") was baptized in St. George Parish, Glouschester County, England. Also, a Thomas J. Cavenor ("Thomas Cavenor" & "Thomas Cavender"?) married Martha J. Cavenor ("Martha Cavenor" & "Martha Cavender"?) on February 25, 1858 in Marshall County, Tennessee. 279
1801/11/13 George Cavener ("George Cavender"?) was christened by George Cavener ("George Cavender"?) and Jane Cavener ("Jane Cavender"?) in Gosport, Holy Trinity Parish, Hampshire County, England.399
1801/11/17 James Cavender married Jane Franton ("Jane Frenton" or "Jane Frantom") in Dorchester County, Maryland. 286, 337 & 352
1801/12/5 According to a newspaper article dated December 5, 1801, Rev. Thomas Steel Cavender ("Thomas Cavender", “Thomas S. Cavender”, “T.S. Cavender” & "Steele Cavender"?) was scheduled to preach "next Sunday" in Chillicothe, Ohio. On December 21, 1801, a Thomas Steel Cavender purchased land in Clermont County, Ohio. Note: It is reported that a James Steele Cavender (“James S. Cavender”, “J.S. Cavender” & “James Cavender”), a minister, settled in Ohio about 1811.

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