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1806/09/26 Amey Cavender ("Amy Cavender") married Tully Whitehurst ("Tully Whiteherst") in Princess Anne County, Virginia, with Rev. William Dawley performing the ceremony, and the surety was David Dawley. A Mrs. Amey Cavender, who may have been the widow of Thomas Cavender of Princess Anne County, Virginia, married John Absalom ("John Absolam"?) on July 31, 1832.. 133, 149, 222, 294 & 355
1806/10/01 Thomas Cavender and his wife, Bidsey Cavender, and Thomas Cavender's father and mother, Joseph Cavender and Susanna Cavender, executed an Indenture for sale of 41 1/3 acres of land in Chesterfield County, Virginia, to William Ware. Because both Bidsey Cavender and Susanna Cavender could not conveniently travel to the Chesterfield County Court, they granted powers of attorneys to the Justices of the Court. However, on November 28, 1806, the Clerk of Court ordered that Bidsey Cavender and Susanna Cavender be examined personally to make sure they agreed with the transaction. 54
1806/10/07 Rebecca Cavender (also "Mary Cavender"), the daughter of Henry Cavender, married James Absolom (“James Absalom” & "James Absolam") at Blackwater in Princess Anne County, Virginia (thus became “Mary Absalom”). The ceremony was performed by either Rev. Jeremiah Ritter or by James Buxton, a Baptist minister at Blackwater. The surety was Mary Cavender. 133, 294 & 355

1806/10/18 An Indenture dated February 28, 1798 was delivered by William Ware, Sr., of Chesterfield County, Virginia, giving to his son-in-law, Joseph Cavender and his wife, Susanna Cavender and to their son, Thomas Cavender, 87 acres of land on which they were then living, which land was part of the land on which William Ware, Sr., was also living and was bounded by the land of Hamlin Cole, Mack Wilkerson and Anderson. The Indenture was witnessed by George Markham, Mack Wilkerson and William Ware, (Jr.)? 38
1806/10/31 Thomas Cavender and his wife, Betsy Cavender, of Chesterfield County, Virginia, sell 43 1/3 acres to Hamlin Cole. Both Susannah Cavender, wife of Joseph Cavender, and Betsy Cavender, wife of Thomas Cavender, relinquished their respective rights of dower in the land. On the same date, Thomas Cavender sold to his father-in-law, William Ware, 41 1/3 acres of land adjoining the farms of the estate of Mack Wilkinson, Hamlin Cole and William Ware. 55 & 133
1806/10/31 Thomas Cavender of Chesterfield County, Virginia, sold to his father-in-law ("maternal grandfather"), William Ware of Chesterfield County, for 78 pounds, 10 shillings and 8 pence, 41 1/3 acres of land in Chesterfield County which was bounded by the lands of Mack Wilkinson (deceased), Jordan Anderson, Hamlin Cole and William Ware. The Indenture was witnessed by John Robertson, Jack Cashion and George Cole.

On the same date, he also sold to Hamlin Cole of Chesterfield County for 78 pounds, 10 shillings and 8 pence, 41 1/3 acres of land in Chesterfield County bounded by the lands of Jordan Anderson, William Ware and Hamlin Cole. The Indenture was witnessed by John Robertson, Jacso Cashion (“Jasco Cashion”?) and George Cole. Also, Thomas' wife, Bidsey, and his mother, Susanna, signed a release of dower as to the land. Because Bidsey Cavender and Susanna Cavender could not conveniently travel to the County Court of Chesterfield, they executed powers of attorney on November 28, 1806. On January 12, 1807, the Indentures were recorded. The above property apparently is the same property that Thomas Cavender purchased from his father, Joseph Cavender on December 10, 1803. 54, 55 & 131


1806/11/28 The Court of Chesterfield County, Virginia, appointed commissioners to secure the signatures of Betsy Cavender, the wife of Thomas Cavender, and Susanna Cavender, the wife of Joseph Cavender, the father of Thomas Cavender.133

1806/12/27 Elizabeth Cavender married Thomas Nathaniel in Caroline County, Maryland. 355

1806/12/31 Mary Cavender married William Carpenter (thus “Mary Carpenter”) in Westmoreland County, Virginia. James Montgomery was the surety. 149, 350 & 355
1806 It is believed by some that William Cavender was born about 1806, and died around Sherwood Township, Michigan. It is further believed that he had 3 sons:

William Cavender who was born in Michigan and stayed in Michigan around Sherwood Township, although Michigan apparently did not become a State until 1837. In 1840, William Cavender apparently was then living in Medina, Lenawee County, Michigan, as was a C.B. Cavender family. In 1850, a Boyd H. Cavender ("Boyd Cavender" & “B.H. Cavender”) family and a Mary Cavender family were likewise living in Medina, Lenawee County, Michigan.418 William Cavender had the following children:

William Cavender;

Elizabeth Cavender (“Lizzie Cavender”) who married Earl Hogoboom, lived near Sherwood Michigan which was about 10 miles north of Cold Water, Michigan, and had no children , and died in the 1930's; and,

Mattie Cavender (“Matilda Cavender”?) who married a Curtis (“Mattie Curtis”). They had several children, one of which was a daughter named:

Bessie Curtis (“Betsy Curtis”? & “Elizabeth Cavender”?).418

Thomas Cavender who likewise came from Michigan and settled on a farm in the same county but about several miles west of the Charleston River where he lived the rest of his life and was buried in a nearby cemetery named White Oak Cemetery. Some of his family moved to Kansas. By his first marriage, Thomas Cavender had a daughter named;

Ella Cavender (“Eleanor Cavender”? & “Elinor Cavender”?) who married Perry Lovern of Ethel, Missouri Territory, and later lived in Miles City, Montana.

an unknown daughter who married a Jackson and who had a daughter named: Emma Jackson who had a daughter named:

Ruth Jackson;

Andrew C. Cavender (“Andrew Cavender” & “A.C. Cavender”) was born in Ohio either about 1824 or about 1827 according to the Sherwood Township, Branch County, Michigan census. He married Mary C. Bradley (“Mary Bradley”), died on July 8, 1851 at the age of 27 years, and is buried in the Nevitt Cemetery in Albany Township, Whiteside County, Illinois along with his son William. According to the 1850 census, he and his wife Mary C. Bradley (“Mary Bradley” & “Molly Bradley”?) were then living with her parents Bennett Bradley and Zilpha Ingals Bradley (“Zelpha Ingals Bradley”, “Zilpha Bradley” & “Zelpha Bradley”?) in Sherwood Township, Branch County, Michigan. Mary Bradley Cavender (“Mary Bradley”) later married Ereck Smith (“Erick Smith”) and they lived in Sibley, Oseloa County, Iowa, and she died about 1920. Andrew Cavender and Mary Cavender had 2 children:

William Cavender (“William Cavender” & “W.R. Cavender”) who was born and died in 1851, and is buried in the Nevitt Cemetery in Albany Township, Whiteside County, Illinois next to his father; and,

Emma Zelpha Cavender (“Emma Cavender” & “E.Z. Cavender”) who was born about 1852, married Louis DeForest Jackson (“Louis Jackson” & “Oscar Jackson”) and lived in Otter Tail County, Minnesota.

James Wesley Cavender (“James Cavender”, “J.W. Cavender” & “James W. Cavender”?) born on either December 18, 1833 or on December 13, 1833480, supposedly in Michigan480 (although Michigan apparently did not become a State until 1837). According to the 1860 census, James W. Cavender (“James Cavender”, “J.W. Cavender” & “James Wesley Cavender”?) was then living in Callas Township, Macon County, Missouri. He first married Marinda Grace Howard (“Marinda Howard” & “Malinda Howard”?) on August 25, 1864 in Macon County, Missouri who died on August 3, 1868 leaving him with 3 small children, the oldest of which was 3 years and the youngest of which was 9 days old. He next married Lucinda Seney on October 27, 1869 in either Ripley County, Indiana or in Macon County, Missouri following the death of his first wife and who some say was a Cherokee Indian. James Cavender was a traveling circuit Methodist preacher, was in the Union Army during the Civil War (1861-1865), and died on September 30, 1910 near Callas in Macon County, Missouri.

Marinda Howard (“Malinda Howard”?) was the daughter of Wesley Howard and Sarah Souther who moved to Missouri from North Carolina. Lucinda Seney was a twin daughter of Ira Seney and Susannah Sleeth (“Susan Sleeth”?) who moved to Missouri from North Carolina, and died about August 3, 1868 leaving 3 small children, the oldest being 3 years old and the youngest being 9 days old. She was a cousin of Harriet Seney Thayer (“Harriet Thayer”). In the 1870 census, a Marinda Cavender was the head of the household in Liberty Township in Macon County, Missouri.



James Wesley Cavender and Marinda Howard Cavender had 3 children:

William Henry Cavender (“William H. Cavender”, “W.H. Cavender”, “William Cavender” & “Will Cavender”) born on July 7, 1865, was about 3 years of age when his mother Marinda Cavender died and was thereafter raised by his father. He first married Cynthia Ann Thayer (“Cynthia Thayer”) who was the daughter of Selah Thayer and Harriet Seney, later married Orpha Genette Coddington (“Orpha Codington” & “Orpha Coddington”?) on November 20, 1867 in Branch County, Michigan, and died on June 29, 1944. William Cavender and Orpha Cavender had 2 children:

Naomi Cavender born on April 13, 1903, married Arthur W. Grimshaw (Arthur Grimshaw”), died on April 16, 1984, and is buried in the Howard Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri; and,

William Thayer Cavender (“William Cavender”) born on September 4, 1911, married Thelma Grimshaw, and died on November 3, 1994 in Elmer, Macon County, Missouri. William Cavender and Thelma Cavender had a son named:

William Rene Cavender (“William Cavender”) born on August 17, 1935, and died on August 23, 1976;

Arthur Cavender born on November 30, 1866 on a Cherokee Reservation, was about 2 years of age when his mother died, was thereafter raised by his father until he later lived with his uncle, Steve Cavender. He married Susan Faught around 1900 and who was the daughter of John Faught and Mary Wiggans, and he died on July 11, 1945. Arthur Cavender and Susan Cavender had 2 children:

Howard Cavender who had 4 children:

Eugene Cavender born on December 10, 1928;

Lavon Cavender born on May 7, 1931;

Bernita Sue Cavender (“Bernita Cavender”) born on February 1, 1939; and,

Doris Sue Cavender (“Doris Cavender”) born in September 1940; and,

Marion Cavender who had a son named:

Arthur Deans Cavender (“Arthur Cavender”); and,

Marinda Grace Cavender (“Marinda Cavender” & “Sissy Cavender”) born on August 12, 1868 in Macon County, Missouri and was just 9 days old when her mother died and she was taken to the home of her maternal grandparents Wesley Howard and a Sarah Howard where she was cared for by their daughter Melissa Angeline Howard (“Melissa Howard”), and who gave her the nickname of “Sissy”. She married William Henry Lea (“William Lea”), the son of James Lea and Sarah Howard. She lived until the age of 85 years, thus died about 1953, however, some say she died in November 1948 and is buried in the Howard Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri just North of Callao, Missouri. William Lea and Marinda Lea had 11 children:

Alberta Lea born on July 8, 1887, married Thomas Jefferson Smith (“Thomas Smith”), and died on June 14, 1905 in Macon County, Missouri. Thomas Smith and Alberta Smith had 1 child:

an unknown infant who died on June 14, 1905 in Macon County, Missouri;

Nora Lea born about 1888, first married Monty Burk (“Montgomery Burk”?) who was the son of Thomas Burk and Mary Johnson, and later married Carl Mott. Monty Burk and Nora Burk had 2 children:

Flossie Burk (“Florence Burk”) born about 1910, and married Carl Mott. Carl Mott and Flossie Mott (“Florence Mott”) had a son named:

Donald Mott who was born in Moline, Illinois, and had a son named:

Floyd Burk Mott (“Floyd Mott”); and,

William Floyd Burk (“William Burk”) born about 1911. Carl Mott and Nora Mott had 1 child;

Lillie Grace Lea (“Lillie Lea”) born in August 1890 in Macon County, Georgia, and died in July 1891 in Macon County, Missouri, and is buried in the Howard Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri just North of Callao, Missouri;

Ada Lea born about 1891, and married Homer DeWayne Burk (“Homer Burk”) the son of Thomas Burk and Mary Johnson and lives in New Cambria, Missouri. Homer Burk and Ada Burk had children:

Grace Burk who married a Braxton, and died in Jefferson City, Missouri. Grace Braxton had 2 children;

Carol Braxton; and,

Karen Braxton;

James William Burk (“James Burk”) who apparently did not have any children;

Ruby Burk who married a Gibson. Ruby Gibson had 2 children;

Howard Burk who married a Patricia. Howard Burk and Patricia Burk had 2 children:

Patricia Burk who married a Martie; and,

Michael Burk who had a daughter named:

Maria Burk who married a Turner, had 2 children and died shortly thereafter;

Lois Burk who married a Barron, lives in San Pedro, California and has 3 children; and,

Aletha Burk who married an Adams, liven in Prairie Village, Kansas, and has 3 children;

Robert Eldon Lea (“Robert Lea”) born on October 10. 1895, died on May 16, 1913, and is buried in the Howard Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri just North of Callao, Missouri;

an unknown infant who was born about 1898;

Ray Lea born in October 1900, and died in January 1984. He had a daughter named:

Mary Lea who married Jim Dawson (“James Dawson”);

Roy Lea born in October 1900;

Lula Lea born in October 1903, and married a Rathburn;

Ida Marie Lea (“Ida Lea”) born on April 8, 1907, died on July 18, 1995, and is buried in the Howard Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri just North of Callao, Missouri; and,

an unknown infant who was born about 1912;

James Cavender and Lucinda Seney Cavender had 4 children:



Martha Cavender born on September 8, 1870, married a Homer E. Lemons (“Homer E. Lemmons”, “Homer Lemmons”, “Homer Lemon” & “Homer Lemons”), died on March 26, 1914, and is buried in the Hull Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri. Homer Lemons had a son named:

Earl Lemons born on December 6, 1905 in Red Oak, Oklahoma, married Patty Lippy, died on March 5, 1981, and is buried in the Hull Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri;

Wesley Cavender born on December 18, 1876, never married, and died in August 1951;

John Hobert Cavender (“Johnnie Cavender”, “John Cavender” & “J.H. Cavender”) born about 1878, died suddenly about 1896 at the age of 18 years, and had a son named:

Willis Cavender (“Willie Cavender”) who married a Thelma. Willie Cavender and Thelma Cavender had a son named:

William Rene Cavender (“William Cavender”, “W.R. Cavender” & “William R. Cavender”) was born on August 17, 1935, married Sue Hines (“Susan Hines”), and died on August 23, 1976. William Cavender and Sue Cavender (“Susan Cavender”) had 4 children:

William Kent Cavender (“William Cavender” & “W.K. Cavender) born on September 19, 1958;

Curtis Reed Cavender (“Curtis Cavender” & “C.R. Cavender”) born on December 10, 1963;

Susan Jean Cavender (“Susan Cavender” & “S.J. Cavender”) born on June 20, 1968, and,

Kyle Lane Cavender (“Kyle Cavender” & “K.L. Cavender”) born on November 17, 1974; and,

Steven Cavender (“Steve Cavender” & “Stephen Cavender”?) born on September 1, 1880 in Macon County, Missouri, first married Mary Jane Dilla Biswell (“Mary Biswell” & “Jane Biswell”) on December 25, 1901 in Macon County, Missouri and who was daughter of Phinelephy Biswell and Alice Prickett, later married Minnie Coffman after the death of his first wife, still later married Janette Hickenbottom (formerly “Jeanete Taylor”?) about 1959 in Macon County, Missouri, died on April 28, 1960 in Macon County, Missouri, and is buried in the Hull Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri. Jane Biswell Cavender (“Jane Cavender”) died in 1912 leaving 5 young boys. Minnie Coffman was born on December 17, 1882 in Macon County, Missouri, was the daughter of George Coffman and Sarah Whitfield, and died about January 25, 1957 Kirksville, Missouri at the age of 74 years. Steven Cavender and Mary Cavender had 5 children:

John Hobert Cavender (“John Cavender”, “John H. Cavender”, “Johnny Cavender” & “Johnnie Cavender”?) born on February 16, 1903 in Macon County, Missouri, married Ruth Obedience Robinson (“Ruth Robinson” & “Obeidence Robinson”) on April 4, 1939 in Macon County, Missouri and who was the daughter of Elijah Robinson and Lucinda Gallup, lived in Paramount, California, and died on March 9, 1994 in Kingman, Arizona. John Cavender served in the regular army in China. John Cavender and Ruth Cavender (“Obedience Cavender” & “Obeidence Cavender”) had 4 children:

Della Lou Cavender (“Della Cavender”) born on July 17, 1940 in Sturgan, Missouri, first married Edward Eddie Hays (“Edward Hays”), and later married Don Carmean (“Donald Carmean”). Edward Hays and Della Hays (“Lou Hays”) had 3 children:

Terri Hays born about 1955, and married Mike Dunn (“Michael Dunn”). Mike Dunn and Terri Dunn had 3 children:

Ashley Dunn born about 1989;

Axel Dunn born about 1990; and,

Ariel Dunn born about 1996; and,

Clint Hays (“Clinton Hays”?) born about 1956, and married a Kathy; and,

Susie Hays (“Susan Hays”) born about 1957;

Johnnie James Cavender (“John James Cavender”?, “John Cavender”, “John J. Cavender”, “Johnny Cavender”, “J.J. Cavender” & “Johnnie Cavender”) born on January 9, 1948 in Palasaide, Colorado, first married Cloatea Linderman, next married Matilda Ann Laythe (“Matilda Laythe”) on June 21, 1972 in Bacoda, Washington and who was the daughter of Arthur Laythe, and still later married a Billie Joe. Johnnie Cavender and Cloathea Cavender had 1 child:

Christina Cavender born about 1967 in Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas;

Johnnie Cavender and Matilda Cavender had 3 children:



Charlotte Ann Cavender (“Charlotte Cavender” & “C.A. Cavender”) born on May 25, 1971, and married John Jessy Wheeler (“John Wheeler” & “Jesse Wheeler”). John Wheeler and Charlotte Wheeler (“Ann Wheeler”) had 2 children:

John Jessie Wheeler (“John Wheeler”) born on April 6, 1987; and,

Justin Tyme Wheeler (“Justin Wheeler”) born on December 7, 1989;

John Hobert Cavender (“John Cavender”, “J.H. Cavender” & “John H. Cavender”) born on November 21, 1975; and,

Jushua Caine Cavender (“Jusha Cavender”, “J.C. Cavender” & “Joshua Cavender”?;

Naomi Ruth Cavender (“Naomi Cavender”) born on January 10, 1952 in Fruita, Colorado, first married Everett Franklin Cussins (“Everett Cussins”) who was the son of Everett Francis Cussins (“Everett Cussins”) and Lucille Bailey, and later married Stephen Preston Washburn (“Stephen Washburn”) on June 17, 1985 in Santa Cruz, California and who was the son of Earl Washburn and Lucille Marston. Everett Cussins and Naomi Cussin (“Ruth Cussin”) had 2 children:

Carolyn Joy Cussins (“Carolyn Cussins”) born on August 19, 1974 in Santa Cruz, California, first married John Paul Beverly (“John Beverly”) in 1995 in Boise, Idaho and who was the son of Frank Hernadas and Bionnie Berverly (“Bonnie Beverly”?), and later married Micheal Dwyne Dutcher (“Michael Dutcher” & “Michael Dutcher”) in 1999 in Boise, Idaho and who was the son of Paul Dutcher and Irene Mellott. John Beverly and Carolyn Beverly (“Joy Beverly”) had a child named;

Savannah Rae Beverly (“Savannah Beverly”) born on July 7, 1995 in Boise,Idaho;

Micheal Dutcher and Carolyn Dutcher had a child named:



Dakota Preston Dutcher (“Dakota Dutcher”) born on February 22, 1996 in Boise, Idaho; and,

Jay Everett John Cussins (“Jay Cussins” & “Everett Cussins”) born on December 27, 1976 in Santa Cruz, California, and married Stacey Lynn Watson (“Stacey Watson” & “Stacy Watson”) on June 17, 1997 in Caldwell, Idaho and who was the daughter of John Watson and Deann Baldwin. Jay Cussins and Stacey Cussins (“Lynn Cussins”) had a daughter named:

Julie Ann Cussins (“Julie Cussing”) born on July 9, 1999 in Caldwell, Idaho;

Stephen Washburn and Naomi Washburn (“Ruth Washburn”) had at least 2 children:



Matthew Earl Washburn (“Matthew Washburn”) born on June 30, 1986; and,

Naomi Cavender Washburn (“Naomi Washburn; and,

David Othneil Cavender (“David Cavender” & “D.O. Cavender”) born on July 10, 1955 in Gardenia, California;

Elmer Raymond Cavender (“Elmer Cavender” & “E.R. Cavender”) born on October 21, 1904 in Missouri, lived in Vernalis, California, first married a Frances, next married Grada Spurlock, and died on October 22, 1963. Elmer served in the regular U.S. Army. Grada Spurlock was born on January 28, 1910 in Arizona, and died on April 11, 1969;

Floyd Cavender born on April 14, 1907, lived in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois for a while, later moved back home, and died on November 16, 1926 at the age of 19 years;

Paul Cavender born on August 31, 1908 in Callao County, Missouri, married Annie Lois Cavender (“Annie Cavender”, “A.L. Cavender” & “Ann Cavender”), and died on May 17, 1977 in Amarillo, Texas. Paul Cavender and Annie Cavender (“Ann Cavender”) had 4 children:

Cora Yvonne Cavender (“Cora Cavender” & “C.Y. Cavender”) born February 28, 1934, and married Billy Wayne Hinds (“Billy Hinds”, (“Bill Hinds” & “William Hinds”). Billy Hinds and Cora Hinds (“Yvonne Cavender”) had 5 children:

Stuart Wayne Hinds (“Stuart Hinds”) born on November 11, 1954;

Clanice Yvonne Hinds (“Clanice Hinds”) born on January 21, 1957, and married Phillip Bruce Pader (“Phillip Pader”). Phillip Pader and Clanice Pader (“Yvonne Pader”) had 3 children:

Eryn Rachel Pader (“Eryn Pader”) born on June 27, 1979;

Elizabeth Joy Pader (“Elizabeth Pader”) born on April 18, 1982; and,

Catherine Ruth Pader (“Catherine Pader”) born on February 21, 1985;

Randall Lynn Hinds (“Randall Hinds”) born on November 16, 1958, and married Dana Brown. Randall Hinds and Dana Hinds had 4 children:

Lara Catherine Hinds (“Lara Hinds” & “Laura Hinds”?) born on July 23, 1981;

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