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Sara Christine Hinds (“Sara Hinds” & “Sarah Hinds”?) born on July 23, 1981;

Anna Michele Hinds (“Anna Hinds”, “Ann Hinds”? & “Anne Hinds”?”) born on November 1, 1982; and,

Jennifer Eileen Hinds (“Jennifer Hinds” & “Eilene Hinds”?) born on November 1, 1982;

Annette Leann Hinds (“Annette Hinds”) born on September 12, 1961, and married Karl Alan Mahan (“Karl Mahan” & “Carl Mahan”?); and,

Robert Hinds born on May 1, 1964, and married Lisa Lynn Clayburne (“Lisa Clayburne;

Clayton Eugene Cavender (“Clayton Cavender” & “C.E. Cavender”) born on July 18, 1935, and married Mary Elizabeth Dodie (“Mary Dodie”). Clayton Cavender and Mary Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender”) had 4 children:

Mary Wells Cavender (“Mary Cavender”, “M.W. Cavender” & “Mary W. Cavender”) born on April 30, 1966;

Anne Linsdey Cavender (“Anne Linsey Cavender”?, Anne Cavender”, “A.L. Cavender” & “Ann Cavender”) born on March 24, 1967;

Catherine Eleanor Cavender (“Catherine Cavender” & “C.E. Cavender”) born on September 13,1970; and,

Sarah Elizabeth Cavender (“Sarah Cavender” & “S.E. Cavender”) born on May 26, 1976;

Nelda Jo Cavender (“Nelda Cavender” & “N.J. Cavender”) born on August 20, 1936, and married a Wilcox; and,

Finns Lynn Cavender (“Finns Cavender” & “F.L. Cavender”) born on May 13, 1938, and married Norma Jean Jeanie Woodson (“Norma Woodson” & “Jeanie Woodson”) who was the daughter of Earl Woodson and Dora Packer. Finis Cavender and Norma Cavender (“Jean Cavender” & “Jeanie Cavender”) had 3 children:

Cary Paul Cavender (“Cary Cavender” & “C.P. Cavender”) born on February 22, 1960, and married Karen Sue Beehler (“Karen Beehler”);

Kelly Glynn Cavender (“Kelly Cavender” & “K.G. Cavender”) born on April 27, 1962, and married Cindy Jo Cooper (“Cindy Cooper” & “Cynthia Cooper”?); and,

Kendall Earl Cavender (“Kendall Cavender” & “K.E. Cavender”) born on December 1, 1964; and,

Gilbert Cavender born on March 23, 1910, and married Ellen Montanye. Gilbert Cavender and Ellen Cavender had 2 children:

Jennie Cavender (“Jeanie Cavender” & “Jean Cavender”?) born on March 28, 1935, and married Paul Wittrell. Paul Wittrell and Jennie Wittrell (“Jeanie Wittrell”?) had 7 children:

Sherry Wittrell born on December 4, 1952;

Randall Wittrell born on February 11, 1954;

Russell Wittrell born on December 16, 1954;

Clyde Wittrell born on July 4, 1957;

John Wittrell born on July 20, 1957;

Richard Wittrell born on June 19, 1958; and,

Mark Wittrell born on April 16, 1960; and,

Patsy Cavender (“Patricia Cavender”) born on September 16, 1937, and married a Havens;

Steven Cavender and Minnie Cavender had 3 children:



an unknown daughter;

Ola Cavender born on March 11, 1918, and married E.L. Seaman in Macon County, Missouri; and,

Drew Cavender born on August 15, 1925, married a Dorothy, lived in North Kansas City, Missouri.480

1806 Benjamin Cavender was born in North Carolina about 1806. In 1850, his family was living in Hamilton County, Tennessee and consisted of himself age 44 and thus born about 1806, his wife Sarah Cavender age 38 and thus born about 1812, Parthena Jane Cavender ("Parthena Cavender") age 19 and thus born about 1831, Elijah Cavender age 18 and thus born about 1832, Rosannah Cavender age 15 and thus born about 1835, Sarah E. Cavender ("Sarah Cavender") age 13 and thus born about 1837, Thomas Jefferson Cavender ("Thomas Cavender") age 6 and thus born about 1844, Henry Calvin Cavender ("Henry Cavender" & “H.C. Cavender”?) age 7 and thus born about 1843, Mary A. Cavender ("Mary Cavender") age 4 and thus born about 1846, and Reuben Benjamin Cavender ("Reubin Cavender" & "Reuben Cavender"?) age 2 and thus born about 1848.137
1806 (1) James Cavender, believed to be Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender", “E.J. Cavender” & "Eudaly Cavender") and son of Hugh Cavender, and his brother, Stephen Cavender above, first began paying poll taxes in Williamson County, Tennessee. He is listed as owning no land but paid taxes on 1 white poll and 1 slave. Also, either owning property or residing in Williamson County, Tennessee, were James Cox, Samual Cox (“Samuel Cox”?) and John Roberts. 53 & 122

(2) In an Indenture executed in Charlotte County, Virginia between Joseph Friend and the legatees of the estate of James Tarpley, deceased, included in the listing of legatees were the heirs of Betsy Miller ("Elizabeth Miller"?) who was the daughter of James Tarpley, Sr.? or Jr.? and her husband David M. Miller ("David Miller") was an executor, and Nancy Featherston ("Nancy Featherstone"?) who was also deceased at that time.


1806 A Mary (“Mary Green”?) was born either about 1804 in Virginia according to one issue of the 1850 census report for Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa, or was born about 1806 in North Carolina according to another issue of the 1850 census report for Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa and married an unknown Cavender. Widowed Mary Cavender and her family moved to Iowa about 1847, her husband died about 1850, and she was listed in the 1850 census reports as then being a widow living in Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa with 4 of her children: James Cavender age 22 years and thus born about 1828; Henderson Cavender age 15 and thus born about 1835 in Illinois; Green Cavender age 14 and thus born about 1836 in Illinois; and, Diana Cavender age 12 years and thus born about 1838 in Tennessee.

In the 1856 census for Davis County, Iowa, widow Mary Cavender was listed as age 52 and born about 1804 in Virginia and had then been living in Iowa for 9 years. Thus, again, she moved to Iowa in 1847, and her family then living at home comprised: Green Cavender age 19 and thus born about 1837 in Illinois; Mary Watt Cavender (“Mary Cavender”) age 8 years and thus born about 1848 in Iowa; and, Francis M. Cavender (“Francis Cavender” & “F.M. Cavender”) age 5 and thus born about 1851 in Iowa. Mary Cavender apparently had 6 children:



James Cavender born about 1828 according to the 1850 census for Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa;

Henderson Cavender (“M. Henderson Cavender”? & “M.H. Cavender”) born about 1834-1835 in Anderson County, Illinois according to the 1850 census for Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa, and in 1856 was living in Iowa with a Jacob Neal family and had lived in Iowa for the previous 9 years. It is believed that he moved from Anderson County, Illinois to Shawnee Mission, Johnson County, Kansas, and is believed to have later moved to Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa about 1847, and it is further believed that he married Tyrena I. Kirkham (“Tyrena Kirkham” & “Tirena Kirkham”) on October 5, 1856 in Davis County, Iowa when he was age 22 years and she was age 18 years.FHL Number 968466Also in 1856, he was living in the household of Jacob Neal. It is of interest to note that in the census reports for Johnson County, Kansas, Henderson Cavender states that his father was born in Kentucky and his mother was born in North Carolina.

Green Cavender (“Greene Cavender”?) born about 1834 in Eden, Illinois ( Eden, Logan Township in Peoria County, Illinois (according to the 1850 census for Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa), and was living in Davis County, Iowa in 1856, first married Mary Elizabeth Blazer (“Mary Blazer”) in Davis County, Iowa on December 30, 1858 when he was 22 years of age and she was 19 years of age and thus born about 1839. He enlisted on December 2, 1862 in Company M of the Davis County, Iowa 3rd. Cavalry next apparently married Susie J. Leak (“Susie Leak”, “Susan Leak” & “Susan Leake”?) in Atchinson County, Kansas on February 22, 1888 when he was listed as then being age 50 and living in Doniphan County, Kansas, and she was then listed as being age 35 and also then living in Doniphan County, Kansas, with the ceremony being performed by Justice of the Peace W.L. Leak, and they started their wedding tour to Garfield, Kansas. In March 1888, Green Cavender transferred real estate to Hiram Tibella in Doniphan County, Kansas. In 1890, Green Cavender was still living in Doniphan County, Kansas. According to the 1880 census for Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas, Green Cavender was listed as then being about age 45 and thus born about 1835 in Illinois, that both of his parents were born in Scotland, that his wife Mary E. Cavender was then age 39 and born in Ohio about 1841 and that her father and mother were both born in Maryland. Green Cavender. Green Cavender and Mary Blazer Cavender (“Mary Cavender”) had at least 3 children:

Loretta Cavender born in Iowa about 1860, and in 1880 was living in Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas;

Frank M. Cavender (“Frank Cavender” & “F.M. Cavender”) born in Missouri about 1862, and in 1880 was living in Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas; and,

Leona Cavender born in Missouri about 1869, and in 1880 was living in Atchison, Atchison County, Kansas;

Diana Cavender (“Diana Cavinder”, “Deanna Cavender”, “Dianah Cavinder”, “Dianah Cavender” & “Diane Cavender”) was born on March 17, 1839 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, later moved to Eden, Illinois ( Eden, Logan Township in Peoria County, Illinois?), and still later moved to Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa about 1847, and where she was still living according to the 1850 census for Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa. Dianah Cavender (“Dianah Cavinder”) married Capt. Charles Clarke (“Charles Clark”?) on October 21, 1855 in Bloomfield Township, Davis County, Iowa when she was 17 years of age and when he was 28 years of age, and while he was then serving in the Iowa State Infantry, and later moved to Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas. Charles Clarke and Diana Clarke were members of the Christian Church, having joined in Iowa in early life. She died on August 13, 1913 in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas at the age of 74 years, 4 months and 20 days and is buried with her husband. Charles Clarke (“Charles Clark”) was born on October 29, 1826 in Jackson Township, Shelby County, Indiana to Rev. James Clarke and Franes Chesshyre (“Frances Chesshyre” & “Frances Cheshyre”?), was commissioned as a captain during the Civil War in Company B of the 30th 1A Volunteer Infantry on September 23, 1862, also served in Company M of the 3rd. Calvary from August 9, 1862 until April 1, 1863 in Keokuk County, Iowa, was living in Wyandotte County, Kansas in December 1870, resided from 1874 to 1888 in Johnson County, Kansas, resided from December 1883 to February 1889 in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas, died on February 29, 1889 in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas at the age of 61 years and 4 months, and is buried in the Miltonvale Cemetery in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas. Charles Clarke had a sister named Sarah Watmough Clarke (“Sarah Clarke”) who was named after their maternal aunt named Sarah Chesshyre who married a Walmough (thus became Sarah Walmough”).FHL Number 968466

Charles Clarke (“Charles Clark”?) and Diana Clarke (“Diana Clark”) had 11 children, 2 of whom died in infancy:



Mary Clarke;

Rosie Clarke;

Ann Clarke born in Indiana about 1852;

Emma Clarke born in Davis County, Iowa about 1855;

Moses E. Clarke (“Moses Cavender”, “Moses E. Cavender”? & “Moses Clarke”?) born in Davis County, Iowa about 1858;

Laura Clarke;

Bertha Clarke;

Nora Clarke;

Charles Clarke;

Elmer Clarke; and,

George Albert Clarke (“George Clark” & “George Clarke”) born on March 10, 1871 in Independence, Missouri, married Nettie Mathilda Sheely (Nettie Sheely” & “Matilda Sheely”) on June 21, at Minneapolis, Ottawa County, Kansas, and died on November 3, 1948 at Ontario, California at the age of 77 years, 7 months and 23 days. Nettie Sheely was born on June 3, 1879 in Minneapolis, Ottawa County, Kansas to Benjamin Osborn Sheely (“Benjamin Sheely”) and Rebecca King, died on October 27, 1966 in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas, and is bried in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas. George Clarke and Nettie Clarke (“Mathilda Clarke” & “Matilda Clarke”?) had 2 children:

Lawrence Kenneth Clarke (“Lawrence Clarke”) born about 1901 in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas, married Marie Josephine Eugenia Chaput (“Marie Chaput” & “Josephine Chaput”), and died about 1947 in Red Oak, Montgomery County, Iowa. Marie Chaput was born on June 26, 1900 in Aurora, Cloud County, Kansas to Dalpha Joseph Chaput (“Dalpha Chaput”) and Delia Aglae LaPolice (“Delia LaPolice”), died in Davenport, Iowa, and is buried in Red Oak, Montgomery County, Iowa; and,

Harvey Clarke born after 1920 in Miltonvale, Cloud County, Kansas;

Mary Watt Cavender (“Mary Cavender”, “M.W. Cavender” & “Mary W. Cavender”) born about 1848 in Davis County, Iowa, and who was living in Davis County, Iowa in 1856. It is to be noted that a Martha Jane Cavender ("Martha Cavender", “M.J. Cavender” & “Martha J. Cavender”) married a William M. Watt ("William Watt" & “W.W. Cavender”) in Pike County, Illinois on June 1, 1845 (thus becoming “Martha Watt” & “Jane Watt”); and,

Francis M. Cavender (“Francis Cavender”, “F.M. Cavender” & “Francis Marion Cavender”?) born in Iowa about 1851, and was living in Davis County, Iowa in 1856 with widow Mary Cavender who could not have been her mother.465 & 486

1807/01/10 Elizabeth Cavender married Thomas Gregory in Westmoreland County, Virginia and Robert Anderson was the surety.133, 149, 294, 350 & 371 Elizabeth Cavender was born about 1785 and may have been the daughter of Clemeth Cavender ("Clemith Cavender"?) and Rebecca Dedman who later moved to Hall County, Georgia.397
1807/03/03 Fanny Cavender ("Fanney Cavender" & “Fannie Cavender”) married George Hail in Westmoreland County, Virginia. Walter Self was the surety. 133, 149, 294, 350 & 355
1807/07/23 John Cavender married Lucy Owens ("Lucille Owen"? & "Lucille Owen"?) in either Onslow County, North Carolina or 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. John Cavender was the bondsman. A second document states that John Cavender married Lucy Owen December 11, 1778 in Hicks County, North Carolina with Daniel Stark being the bondsman. Still another document states that John Cavender married Lucy Owens in Granville County, North Carolina on the same date and that Stark Daniel was the bondsman and S.K. Sneed was the witness. 355 & 371
1807/07/28 Martha Cavender married Ezekiel Smith in Princess Anne County, Virginia, with Rev. William Atwood, a Methodists minister, performing the ceremony. Ezekiel Smith was the son of George Smith and Mary Smith who gave consent for Ezekiel Smith and the surety was George Smith. 133, 149, 222, 294, 355 & 371
1807/07/28 James Cavender, s/o Charles Cavender?, Thomas Campbell, and William Campbell swore in Princess Anne County, Virginia that Simon Smith was of lawful age to marry Mary Lester, widow of Anthony Lester.

1807/12/15 James Cavender (believed to be Eudaley James Cavender or E.J. Cavender, the son of Hugh Cavender) for the sum of $100 purchased from Thomas McMurray of Lincoln County, Kentucky, 100 acres on the waters of the Big Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee, and being a part of tract of 640 acres previously granted to Thomas McMurray ("Thomas Murray") by the State of North Carolina. The Indenture was witnessed by Samuel Witherspoon, Thomas Kearney and David McElwee and, as it was recorded on December 15, 1807, James Cavender would be subject to paying property taxes beginning with the year 1808. James Cavender sold the land to his brother-in-law Jesse Cox on April 15, 1823 who subsequently sold it to his son William Cox and his wife Nanie Cox. The chain of title since that time goes from William Cox to Samuel H. Roberts ("Samuel Roberts") on July 18, 1892, thereafter to the heirs of Samuel Roberts, thereafter to James E. Cotton ("James Cotton"), thereafter to a Johnson, thereafter to said Johnson's daughter who married George Green, thereafter to George Green, and thereafter to Howard Simmons who owned the land in 1980. 53, 57, 153, 154, 205 & 206
1807/12/21 Robert Cavender married Elizabeth Johnson in Kent County, Delaware. 269
1807 (1) John Cavender and Charles Cavender each paid poll taxes in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1807, as they apparently did not own any property at that time. This particular John Cavender was quite possibly the youngest son of Hugh Cavender, deceased. However, in 1808, there was no Charles Cavender in Williamson County but there was a Charles Kavanaugh who owned 500 acres of land on the West Harpeth River in Williamson County who may one and the same person. The heirs of Absalom Tatom ("Absolam Tatom"? & "Absalom Tatum"?) owned large acreage in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1807. 53 & 122

(2) Robert Fulton operated his newly invented steamboat on the Hudson River in 1807.



(3) William Williams, Jr. owned 230 acres of land on McCrorys Creek in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1807. James Cavender (believed to be Eudaley James Cavender, the son of Hugh Cavender) paid poll taxes on 1 white poll and 1 slave in 1807; John Cavender paid poll taxes on 1 white poll and no slaves; and, Charles Cavender paid poll taxes on 1 white poll and 2 slaves in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53
1808/01/14 William Cavender and his wife, Dicy Cavender, of Prince Edward County, Virginia and the son of Hugh Cavender, deceased in Charlotte County, Virginia, sell to David F. Hammings ("David Hammings" & "David Hammond"?) of Halifax County, Virginia, the 206 acres of land in Lunenburg County, Virginia, which he purchased from his brother, James Cavender, on September 12, 1805.58
1808/02/02 Nancy Cavender married Henry Morris 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 with Tyree Morris being the bondsman. 355
1808/04/04 or 1803/04/04 Susanna Cavender ("Susannah Cavender" & "Susan Cavender") married James Petree (“James Petre”) in the Lower Norfold section of Princess Anne County, Virginia with Rev. Charles Henley performing the ceremony. The surety was Edward Digges (“Edward Diggs”, “Edward Doggal”? & "Edward Dogges"?). This particular Susanna Cavender may have been the widow of John Cavender who died in Princess Anne County, Virginia about 1788. 133, 145, 149, 168, 279, 294 & 355

1808/04/17 Moses Cavender married Mary Wallis in Saint Martin in the Fields Parish, Westminster, Longon.399
1808/04/20 James Cavender of Dorchester County, Maryland, sold a house and contents to Thomas Cavender, Sr. Witnessed by Levin Marshall. 313, 336 & 352
1808/04/05 A passport through the Cherokee territory (also "Cherokee Nations" territory") was granted to Thomas S. Cavender ("Thomas Cavender" & "Thomas Slate Cavender"?). 374
1808/05/16 Thomas Cavender married Sarah Scinner ("Sarah Sainner", "Sarah Sainon", "Sarah Scinor" or "Sarah Scinnor") in Westmoreland County, Virginia. 133, 149, 294 & 350
1808/05/23 Thomas Slate Cavender ("Thomas S. Cavender", “T.S. Cavender” & "Thomas Cavender") of Ohio (and formerly of Pennsylvania?) purchased 640 acres of land on the north side of the Cumberland River and on the North Fork of Sycamore Creek in Davidson County, Tennessee, where he apparently died in 1821.59, 60, 62 & 278
1808/08/06 Henry Cavender married Mrs. Sarah Wilbur ("Sarah Willern" or "Sarah Wilburn") in Lower Norfolk County ("section"?) of Princess Anne County, Virginia. Tully Moses was the surety and Rev. Charles Henley performed the ceremony. 133, 149 & 294
1808/09/21 Thomas Slate Cavender ("Thomas S. Cavender", “T.S. Cavender” & "Thomas Cavender") of Robertson County, Tennessee, purchased an additional 200 acres of land on Sycamore Creek in Davidson County, Tennessee. 60
1808/12/14 Gunk Cavinder ("Gunk Cavender" & “Jincy Cavender), believed to have been born about 1794 and to be the daughter of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") married Elisha Walker in Williamson County, Tennessee. John Walker was the bondsman.61 & 122
1808 James Cavender (believed to be Eudaley James Cavender, the son of Hugh Cavender) owned 100 acres of land on the Big Harpeth River and 1 slave, Absalom Tatom heirs owned 840 acres on West Harpeth River, Charles Kavanaugh ("Charles Cavender"?) owned 500 acres, Thomas Cavender paid poll taxes, and John Roberts resided in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53 & 122

1809/02/16 John Cavender married Jane Moody in Dover, Kent County, New Castle County, Delaware, apparently by Jonathan Magnes. 269, 313 & Vol.5, pp76
1809/05/16 Thomas Cavender married Sarah Scinner (“Sarah Scenner”) in Westmoreland County, Virginia and Samuel Gilbert was the Surety. 133 & 294
1809/05/10 or 11 A passport through the Cherokee (or "Cherokee Nations") territory was prepared by the office of the Governor of Georgia for Thomas S. Cavender ("Thomas Cavender", “T.S. Cavender” & "Thomas Slate Cavender"?). 355 & 374
1809/06/26 Thomas S. Cavender ("Thomas Slate Cavender"?, “T.S. Cavender” & "Thomas Cavender") sold to Jeremiah Miller 640 acres of land on the North Fork of Sycamore Creek in Davidson County, Tennessee, formerly a part of North Carolina. 62
1809/07/15 Robert Sammons, and his wife, Elizabeth Sammons, and Ann Sammons or Nancy Sammons had moved from Lunenburg County, Virginia, to Williamson County, Tennessee. Robert Sammons was the brother of James Cavender's wife, Elizabeth Cavender (formerly Elizabeth Sammons), who were likewise residing in Williamson County, Tennessee. 63 & 70
1809/09/04 Isabella Cavender married Ralph Hadley in London, England. 140
1809 (1) James Cavender owned 100 acres on the Big Harpeth River and 1 slave, John Crafton owned 540 acres on the Big Harpeth River, Charles Kavanaugh owned 500 acres on the West Harpeth River, Absalom Tatom heirs owned 847 acres of the West Harpeth River, and Thomas Cavender and John Roberts resided in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53 & 122

(2) The General Assembly authorized all counties to keep their records in American currency.

(3) A James Cavender was born in 1809 and was buried April 17, 1865 in the Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee City Cemetery. 355
1810/01/06 Drury Pulliam sold 301 acres to William Thomas (“William B. Thomas”?) on the East side of the Big Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee, which was adjacent to land owned and occupied by Oliver Williams and James Cavender, and excepting 3 acres which were previously deeded to Freeman Walker on June 5, 1805 by John McMurray. 177


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