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1810/06/02 Thomas Cavender, Jr. of Dorchester County, Maryland sold personal property to Robert Sulivane and Clement Sulivane of the same county. Witnessed by Thomas Cavender, Sr. 352
1810/07/02 James Cavender, bachelor and of St. James Parish, married Charlotte Carroll, spinster, in St. James Parish in Bristol County, England. Witnesses were Thomas Davey and Ann Lodge 363
1810/08/28 John Cavender sold to Rhode Wall, both of Dorchester County, Maryland, his interest in "Addition to Galloway" and "Shoe String" which was willed to him by John McFarling. 352
1810/09/10 Philip Cavender (“Phillip Cavender”) married Mary Mann in New Castle County, Delaware. 269 & N.C. Cnty. Del. Vol.5, pp 158
1810 (1) DELAWARE:

Alexander Cavender was then living in New Castle Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware;418

John Cavinder #1 ("John Cavender"?) family was then living in New Castle Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware;

John Cavinder #2? ("John Cavender"?) family was also then living in New Castle Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, and who may be either the same or another person as the John Cavinder above.418

Joshiah Cavenier ("Joshiah Cavender"?) was then living in Northwest Fork Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware;

Robert Cavender, Sr. family was then living in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware in 1810;418 and,

Robert Cavender, Jr. family was also then also living in Murderkill Hundred, Kent County, Delaware in 1810. 313

(2) ILLINOIS (1810):



Joseph Cavender was born in Tennessee about 1810, was living in Pike County, Illinois in 1850, and married Margaret Neale on October 9, 1834 in Pike County, Illinois. It is believed that he was the youngest child of Mary Cavender and that his brothers and sisters were: John Cavender, Mary Cavender, Richmond Cavender, Elizabeth Cavender, Charles Cavender and Clemeth Cavender. 310

(3) INDIANA (1810):



Robert Cavender was born about 1810 and in 1860 he was living with his family in Hamilton Township, Jackson County, Indiana which consisted of himself age 50 and born in Kentucky, George Cavender age 21 born in Indiana, and an Emily Dietz age 10; 337 and,

Robert Cavender #2 who was born about 1829, and possibly the son Robert Cavender #1, married Mary J. Vermelya ("Mary Vermilya" & "Mary Vermelya") on either September 21, 1849 or September 17, 1849 in Jackson, County, Indiana. One or both of the above Robert Cavenders may be the son of the John Cavender who was born about 1788 and in 1820 was living in Jackson County, Indiana.337 & 418

(4) KENTUCKY (1810):



Fielding Cavender family was then living in Fayette County, Kentucky ("Facette County, Kentucky"?) and then comprised 30110-10010-00;418

James Cavender family was then living in Henderson County, Kentucky and then comprised 23010-20100-00;418

John Cavender family was also then living in Henderson County, Kentucky and comprised 0010-11100-00;418

Margaret Cavender family was then living in Scott County, Kentucky and then comprised 01110-02001-00;418

Thomas Cavinder ("Thomas Cavender"?) family was then living in Franklin, County, Kentucky and his household then comprised 00010-00100-00; and,

Thomas Cavender family was then living in Scott County, Kentucky and his household then comprised 30010-31010-00. 127 & 418

(5) MARYLAND (1810):



James Cavender #1 was then living in Talbot County, Maryland;

James Cavender #2 was then living in Queen Anne County, Maryland;

Thomas Cavender was then living in either Dorchester County, Maryland;

Thomas Cavender, Jr. was then living in Dorchester County, Maryland;

William Cavender was then living in Hartford County, Maryland; and,

Sarah Cavonder ("Sarah Cavender"?) was then living in Dorchester County, Maryland. 337, 352 & 418

(6) NEW HAMPSHIRE (1810):



Charles R. Cavender ("Charles Cavender") was living in Greenfield, Hillsborough County New Hampshire. Charles Cavender was then living in Thornton, Grafton County, New Hampshire.418

(7) NEW YORK (1810):



D. Cavender family was then living in Madison County, New York and then comprised 10010-11010;418

John Cavener ("John Cavender"?) was then living in New York County, New York and his household then comprised 00010-11200;418 and,

Martha Cavender family was then living in Orange County, New York and her household then comprised 00100-11001;418

(8) OHIO (1810):



Charles Cavinder ("Charles Cavender"?) was then living in Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio

(9) PENNSYLVANIA (1810):



Daniel Cavender was then living in Kingsessing Township, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania in 1810.

Elizabeth Cavender was then living in North Liberties, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania;418 and,

John Cavender was then living in Tyrone Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania;418

(10) SOUTH CAROLINA (1810):



Ezekial Cavender (“Ezekiel Cavender”) family was living in Pendleton District, South Carolina, now Anderson District which joins Georgia, which comprised 1 male 26-45, 1 female either 26-45 or 45 and up, and 1 female 10-16; 355

Red Cavender ("Red? Cavender") and his wife were listed in the 1810 South Carolina census in Lancaster District, Lancaster County, South Carolina which adjoins North Carolina, as each being 25-44 years old and owned 2 slaves;

Joseph Cavender was then living in Pendleton District, South Carolina;

Jo Cavender family was also living in the Pendleton District and comprised 1 male 45 and up, 1 female 26-45, and 1 male 16-26; and,

Willis Cavender family was living in the Pendleton District of South Carolina and comprised 1 male and 1 female 26-45, 1 male 16-26, and 3 males and 1 female under 10. 355

(11) PENNSYLVANIA (1810):



Curtis Cavender was then living in the Upper Delaware Ward, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.418

(12) TENNESSEE (1810):



James Cavender paid property taxes on 100 acres on the Big Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee. 122 & 137

John Crafton, James Cavender, Charles Kavanaugh ("Charles Cavender"?), John Roberts, Sally Crafton and James Kavender ("James Cavender"?) either owned property or were residing in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1810.53

John Cavender signed a petition in 1810 to the President of the United States against the removal of white settlers from the Doublehead Reserve in Tennessee, which is now Lauderdale County, Alabama. He lived in the Indian territory together with a couple dozen settlers. (See: “Records of the Cherokee Indian Agency of Tennessee”. 1801-1835, microcopy 208, Roll 4, Misc. Records 1809-1810)

(13) VIRGINIA (1810):



Andrew Cavender family was then living in Kanawha County, Virginia and then consisting of 1 male below 10 and 1 male and 1 female 16-26 years of age. (Kanawha County, Virginia, became Kanawha County, West Virginia, in 1863, is located on the Kanawha River which runs through West Virginia, joining the Ohio River at Huntington, Kanawha County, West Virginia. The capital city and county seat of West Virginia is Charleston, West Virginia.);

Evan Cavender was then living in Princess Anne County, Virginia, and was still living there on September 24, 1824 when he witnessed the Last Will and Testament of William Bishop;

Frances Cavender was living in Bath County, Virginia;

Henry Cavender was living in Princess Anne County, Virginia. His family then consisted of 1 female 0-10, 1 male and 1 female 26-45, 1 male 45 and older, and 1 slave (00011-10010-01?);

Henry Cavender #2 owned a slave in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia;

Isaac Caverler ("Isaac Cavender"?) were living in Harrison County Virginia;

James Cavender was living in Princess Anne County, Virginia and his household then consisted of 1 male 26-45 and 1 female 45 and older;

James Cavinder ("James Cavinder") was then living in Princess Anne County, Virginia and his household then comprised 00010-00001-00 and who may the same person as the preceding James Cavender.418

John Cavender #1 family was living in Kanawha County, Virginia, consisting of 1 male and 2 females under 10, 2 males and 1 female 10-16 and 1 male and 1 female 26-45 years of age. (Kanawha County, Virginia, became Kanawha County, West Virginia, in 1863, is located on the Kanawha River which runs through West Virginia, joining the Ohio River at Huntington, Kanawha County, West Virginia. The capital city and county seat of West Virginia is Charleston, West Virginia.);

John Cavender #2 family was living in Kanawha County, Virginia, consisting of 1 male and 2 females under 10, 2 males and 1 female 10-16, 1 female 26-45, and 1 male 45 and older. (Kanawha County, Virginia, became Kanawha County, West Virginia, in 1863, is located on the Kanawha River which runs through West Virginia, joining the Ohio River at Huntington, Kanawha County, West Virginia. The capital city and county seat of West Virginia is Charleston, West Virginia.);

John Caveter ("John Cavender"?) family was then living in Harrison County Virginia;

Mary Cavender were living in Princess Anne County, Virginia and her family consisted of 1 female under 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 female 16-26, 1 female 45 and up, and 2 slaves. It appears that she may have had 3 other members of her family living with her;

Molly Cavender ("Mary Cavender" & "Mary Ann Cavender") family were living in Westmoreland County, Virginia;

Sarah Sammons ("Sally Sammons"), the mother-in-law of Eudaley James Cavender was living in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and was 45 and older and had 3 slaves;

Samuel Cavens ("Samuel Cavender"?) was living in Scott Count, Virginia.

Thomas S. Cavender #1 ("Thomas Cavender", “T.S. Cavender” & "Thomas Slate Cavender"?) family were living in Westmoreland County, Virginia.

Thomas S. Cavender #2 ("Thomas Cavender", “T.S. Cavender” & "Thomas Slate Cavender"?) family was then living in Culpepper County, Virginia and his household then comprised 00001-00000-00;418

William Cavender (who was not the son of Hugh Cavender but may have been the son of Henry Cavender) was then living in Prince Edward County, Virginia and his family then consisted of 1 male and 1 female 0-9, 2 males 10-16, 1 male and 1 female 26-45, 1 female 45 and older, and 2 slaves (12010-10010-00);

William Cavender owned a slave in Lower Norfolk County, Virginia;

William A. Cavender ("William Cavender" & “W.A. Cavender”) family was living in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and his family consisted of 2 males and 2 females under 10, 1 female 10-16, 1 male and 1 female 16-26, 1 male 46 and over, and 1 female 26-44;

Additionally, believed to be Cavender relatives and/or very close friends: Moses Crenshaw, Joseph Crenshaw, Daniel Crenshaw, Thomas Crafton and various other Craftons, Benjamin Sammons, and Sarah Sammons age 45 and over, were living in Lunenburg County, Virginia in 1810.118, 138, 148 & 350



1810-1821 The only Cavender to appear on the tax list for Williamson County, Tennessee, from 1810 to 1821 was that of James Cavender who owned 100 acres of land and had one white poll. 122
1811/01/07 James Cavender was born on this date, died on March 18, 1875, and is buried in the Hickory Grove Cemetery in Port Penn, Delaware. It is also recorded that Margaret Clara Cavender (“Margaret Cavender”), wife of James Cavender, was born on March 3, 1813, died on July 4, 1894, and is also buried in the Hickory Grove Cemetery in Port Penn, Delaware.Del. Archives, Dover, Del.
1811/05/18 Dan Hill (“Daniel Hill”) and Lewis Stevens requested the County Court of Williamson County, Tennessee to excuse them from jury duty because they had to attend a meeting with a few of their neighbors at the Baptist Meeting House known by the name of Harpeth Church to discuss necessary repairs that were to be done to the building.
1811/11/xx Richard Puckett had to make a business trip from Williamson County, Tennessee, to West Florida. He had previously moved from Lunenburg County, Virginia, to Williamson County, Tennessee. 70 & 125
1811/12/15 The first tremors of an earthquake occurred which formed an 18,000 acre lake in Reelfoot, Tennessee. 352
1811/12/27 Jacob Cavender of Dorchester County, Maryland, sold to Michael Hubbert, of the same County, a 47 acre part of "Addition to Galloway" which was willed to Jacob Cavender by John McFarling, which land was adjoining the same tract of land deeded by John McFarling to Isaac Charles. Witnessed by Jacob Wright ("Jake Wright"?). 352

1811 (1) Newt Sammons owned property on Nelson Creek in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53

(2) Hendoe Cavender, Henry Cavender, Evan Cavener ("Evan Cavender"?) and Mary Cavender, each owned property in Princess Anne County, Virginia, at this time.118 & 355

(3) James S. Cavender ("James Cavender" & “J.S. Cavender”), son of Eudaley James Cavender and grandson of Hugh Cavender, was born about 1811 in Williamson County, Tennessee, and first married Tincy Jackson in Williamson County, Tennessee on October 12, 1834, and later married Nancy A. Underwood ("Nancy Underwood") in Williamson County, Tennessee, on April 20, 1848.122, 137, 173 & 174

(4) James Cavender is listed as residing in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1811. Apparently his daughter, Gunk Cavender, and his 2 sons James B. Cavender ("James Cavender", “J.B. Cavender” & “James Benjamin Cavender”?) and Stephen Cavender were too young to have been listed. 53


1810-1818 Sometime between this time frame, Joseph Cavender moved his family from Virginia to Franklin County, Kentucky where he applied for a Revolutionary War pension on August 31, 1818. By 1820, Joseph Cavender and his son, Thomas Cavender and their families were living in Christian County, Kentucky (which includes the City of Hopkinsvile in Western Kentucky). Apparently, Joseph Cavender was divorced when he moved from Virginia as his former wife, Susanna Ware Cavender, ("Susanna Ware") apparently later married a John Crouch of Pittsylvania County, Virginia. On December 13, 1821, Thomas Cavender, then living in Christian County, Kentucky, purchased 50 acres of land in Williamson County, Tennessee on Pooks Creek and West Harpeth River which is close to his uncle Eudaley James Cavender and his family. However, approximately one year later, Thomas Cavender sold the 50 acres he had previously purchased, probably because of the bad health of his father, Joseph Cavender, who died in Christian County August 13, 1826. It is to be noted that William Ware, the father of Susanna Ware Cavender is believed to be living in Pittsylvania County, Virginia in October 1816.70 13, 14, 70, 73, 74, 77, 127, 122, 224, 265 & 281
1812/02/19 Robert Callender ("Robert Cavender"?) was born in Dorchester County, Maryland, died November 28, 1851, and is buried in Dail Graveyard on a farm in the Cambridge District of Dorchester County, Maryland. 352
1812/03/11 Rebecca Cavender was born in Miami County, Ohio. She was the daughter of Thomas Cavender, grand daughter of Robert Cavender and great granddaughter of Dorset and Sarah Cavender. She married Robert Cavender on December 18, 1836 in Miami County and died in Indiana on November 11, 1881 at the age of 69. 312
1812/07/xx Ewen Cavender was living in Williamson County, Tennessee.
1812/07/09 James Cavender helped mark and lay-off the road leading to Franklin, Tennessee, by order of the Court. 64
1812/11/xx In November 1812, the Governor of Tennessee received a call for 1500 volunteers called the Tennessee Militia for the defense of New Orleans. Actually, President Madison intended to invade and occupy West Florida. Andrew Jackson was the Major General of the Tennessee Militia at that time. A regiment of cavalry, or mounted gunmen, numbering 670 assembled at Franklin, Tennessee and on January 19, 1813 the overland march began under the command of Colonel Coffee. On February 16, 1813, they united with General Jackson's two other regiments. When they stopped at Washington, in the territory of Mississippi, and a short way from Natchez, orders came from the War Department to disband and General Jackson led the expedition back to Nashville at his own expense for which he was later reimbursed. This was probably the same regiment afterwards commanded by General Coffee in the first part of the Creek War. Serving in Troupe No.4 of 35 men commanded by Captain Stump was Stephen Cavender. 279 & 355
1812 (1) British burned Washington, D.C.

(2) James Cavender, Pickins Lavender ("Pickins Cavender"?), John Roberts and Absalom Tatom heirs either owned property or was living in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53

(3) Alexander Cavender was a private in the War of 1812 under Captain George Read and Major General A.P. Grimes. 313

(4) Thomas Cavender paid taxes in Giles County, Tennessee in 1812.

(5) William Cavender paid taxes in Greene County, Tennessee in 1812.
1812-1813 Daniel Crenshaw, who married Nancy Jennings, daughter of James Jennings, was living in Lunenburg County, Virginia, and moved to Williamson County, Tennessee about 1814 and in 1816 settled near Garner McConnico. 70
1812-1815 Ewen Cavender was living in Williamson County, Tennessee. James Cavender had served jury duty with Richard Puckett in Williamson County, Tennessee. Also during this time, Garner McConico (“Garner McConnico”?) was appointed guardian of Sally Puckett, orphan of Richard Puckett, deceased, and he and Thomas Merritt and James Cavender posted a bond of $600. Richard Puckett apparently died just prior to November 1813. 64 & 66
1813/01/13 Charles Cavender was living in Williamson County, Tennessee. 65
1813/02/13 Joseph Cavender, laborer, enlisted in the 17th Infantry at the age of 37 and was discharged in Chillicothe, Ohio June 9, 1815 and applied for a bounty land warrant. 350
1813/07/20 John Cavanagh ("John Cavender"?) married Ann Philpott in Bath, St. Michael Parish, Bristol County, England. 363
1813/11/11 James Cavender ("Eudaley James Cavender"?, “E.J. Cavender” & "Eudaley Cavender"?) and Jared McConico (“Jaret McConnico”? & “Jared McConnico”?) attended the public auction of the property of Richard Puckett, deceased while living in Williamson County, Tennessee, and who appears to have been quite wealthy. James Cavender purchased a folding table for $6.12, two old sickles for $1.12, and two table cloths for $2.00. Rev. Garner McConnico, the administrator of the estate of Richard Puckett, purchased three Negro slaves consisting of a man, wife and daughter. This probably is the same Richard Puckett who in 1771 was living near the Appomattox River and Horsepen Branch in Amelia County, Virginia, which was near the property of Hugh Cavender, the father of James Cavender. 66
1813 (1) James Cavender, Charles Kavanaugh and John Roberts either owned property or were residing in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53

(2) William Cavender was living in Madison County, Alabama. 355





1814/04/11 Lawrence Cavener ("Lawrence Cavender"?) married Fanny Holloway ("Frances Holloway") in Winchester, Saint Thomas Parish, Hampshire County, England. 399
1814/07/16 Joseph Cavender served in the War of 1812 in the Roll of Captain Caleb H. Holder's Company, Kentucky Infantry, commanded by Colonel John Miller. 136
1814/12/14 Isaac Cavender had moved from North Carolina and was then residing in Williamson County, Tennessee. 355 It is to be noted that the territory of Tennessee became a state in 1795 and became the first new state to be admitted to the Union. Prior to that time, the territory of Tennessee was included in the territory of North Carolina. The territory of Tennessee was later enlarged in 1819 by the Jackson Purchase which included the land between the Tennessee River and the Mississippi River which was then Indian Territory.
1814-1820 James Cavender was residing in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53
1814 (1) Estimated date of birth of Greenberry Cavender ("Greenbery Cavender"?) who married an Eleanor, and in 1850 were living in Jackson County, Indiana and their children were: John William Cavender ("John Cavender", “J.W. Cavender” & “John W. Cavender”) age 8 years and born about 1842, Robert Henry Cavender ("Robert Cavender", “R.H. Cavender” & “Robert H. Cavender”) age 3 and born about 1847, and Peter Harrison Cavender ("Peter Cavender", “P.H. Cavender” & “Peter H. Cavender”) age 1 year and born about 1849 and may be the same Peter Cavender who married Mrs. Minerva Pennington in McDonough County, Illinois. Greenberry Cavender may be the son of the John Cavender who was born about 1788 and in 1820 was living in Jackson County, Indiana.282 & 418

(2) James Cavender purchased some land from John Croonce in Rowan County, North Carolina. 355
1815/03/11 Nancy Cavender married James Rowks (“James R. Bowles”, "James Rowles", "James Rawles"? & "James Bowles") in Westmoreland County, Virginia. James Crask (“James Crank” & “James Crash") was the surety. 149, 294, 350 & 355
1815/04/03 Catherine Cavender married Charles Deford on this date in Franklin County, Indiana.
1815/04/26 Thomas Burket obtained a land grant of 276 acres of land adjacent the lands of Swenfield Cavender, Miller, John Brown, Larramore, Townhill, and a Combs. Delivered to Mr. White in January 1819.See Virginia Northern Neck Land Grants, Vol. II, 1775-1789 by Gertrude E. Green
1815/06/15 Mrs. Frankey Kellam Cavender, ("Frankie Cavender", “F.K. Cavender” & "Frankey Cavender") widow of James Cavender who she previously married in Princess Anne County, Virginia on May 5, 1804 and had apparently died, married Caleb Scott in Princess Anne County by Rev. George Morris ("George Norris"?). The surety was William Jones. 133, 149, 294, 350 & 355
1815/08/16 The 206 acres of land in Lunenburg County, Virginia, which was first purchased by William Cavender and his wife, Dicy Cavender, of Prince Edward County on September 12, 1805 from William's brother, James Cavender, which property William Cavender and his wife Dicy Cavender had later sold to David F. Hammings ("David Hammings") of Halifax County on January 14, 1808, was sold at a public auction ("Sheriff's Sale") to William L. Hite ("William Hite") on August 16, 1815 for non-payment of taxes in the amount of $1.50 due for the year 1807. 58 & 69

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