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Kenneth Herbert Cavender ("Kenneth Cavender", “K.H. Cavender” & “Kenneth H. Cavender”) born May 26, 1927 in Harrisburg, Illinois, married Ruth Capnahan December 21, 1951 in Harrisburg, Illinois, and died February 20, 1978 in Pontiac, Michigan 279; and,

Robert Reuben Cavender ("Robert Cavender", “R.R. Cavender” & “Robert R. Cavender”) born December 15, 1898 in Hardin County, Illinois, married Bessie Reed (“Elizabeth Reed”?), and died about 1964 in Saline County, Illinois. Bessie Reed was born about 1898 and died about 1970.

1820 George IV became King of England and reigned until 1830.

1821/02/05 Henry Cavender married Frances Whitehurst ("Frances Whiteherst") in Lynnhaven Parish in Princess Anne County, Virginia, by Rev. George Norris ("George Morris"?) with William Carson as surety. 133, 149, 222 , 294 & 350
1821/02/13 William E. Cavender (“William Cavender”) stated in Princess Anne County, Virginia that William Bonney and Ann Lamont were of lawful age to marry, and on which date they apparently married.
1821/02/28 Nancy Cavender married David Furrow ("David Farrow") in Miami County, Ohio. 282 & 314
1821/05/10 Reuben Cavender married Sarah Brown on this date in New Castle County, Delaware. 269 & N.C. Cnty. Del. Vol.21, pp 24
1821/05/12 Clemeth Cavender, Jr. ("Clemith Cavender"?) was born. In 1830 he lived in Hall County, Georgia and he died October 6, 1898 in Hall County and is buried in Murrayville of Hall County. His father, Clemeth Cavender, Sr. was born January 4, 1774, died February 14, 1836 and is the son of Ezekiel Cavender who came to this country from England prior to 1770. 135 & 306
1821/06/01 Henry Cook purchased from David Guthurie 40 ½ acres of land on the North side of the Big Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee adjacent to land owned by James Cavender. 179

1821/08/22 Nancy Cavender, believed to be the daughter of Eudaley James Cavender "Eudaley Cavender"?), married Richard Walker in Williamson County, Tennessee. However, it is possible, but not likely, that Nancy Cavender is actually the daughter of James Cavender's brother, William Cavender, who was born about 1766-1768 and married Dicy Bryant in Virginia on April 21, 1794, and is believed to be the one who later moved to Williamson County, Tennessee. However, in 1820, William Cavender and family were still living in Prince Edward County, Virginia and is believed to be the brother of Eudaley James Cavender. 61 & 78
1821/12/13 Thomas Cavender, the son of Joseph Cavender, both of Christian County, Kentucky (which includes the City of Hopkinsville in Western Kentucky), purchased from James Hughes of Williamson County, Tennessee, 50 acres of land located on Pooks Creek and West Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee. 122
1821 (1) James Cavender owned property and Stephen Cavender resided in Williamson County, Tennessee. 53

(2) William Cavender was born in Tennessee in 1821 and in 1850 was living in Williamson County, Tennessee. His family consisted of himself age 29, his wife Marietta Cavender age 25 and born in Tennessee about 1825, James T. Cavender ("James Cavender" & “J.T. Cavender”) age 5 and born about 1845, Zach Taylor Cavender ("Zack Cavender", “Zachariah Cavender”? & "Zachary Cavender"?) age 2 and born about 1848.

(3) David N. Cavender ("David Cavender") was born in New Hampshire in 1821 and in 1850 was living in Macoupin County, Illinois. He may be the same David N. Cavender who married Celetia Hovey on March 10, 1846 in Johnson County, Illinois.

(4) Perry Cavender was born in Canada in 1821, apparently married a Jemima who was born in Canada about 1815. Perry Cavender and Jemima Cavender had a daughter named:310



Elizabeth Cavender who was born about 1850 in Pike County, Illinoia.

(5) Sarah Cavender was born in Tennessee in 1821 and in 1850 was living in Pike County, Illinois.

In 1850, an unknown Cavender family is listed as comprising an unknown husband age 29 and thus born about 1821, his wife Elizabeth J. Cavender ("Elizabeth Cavender") age 22 and thus born in Kentucky about 1828. Their children were listed as:

John R. Cavender ("John Cavender") age 6 months and born in Illinois about 1850, in addition to Philip Tindale (Black) age 10 and born in Missouri about 1840.

(6) Joseph Cavender family was also living in Pike County, Illinois when the 1850 census was taken. He was born in 1810 in Tennessee, was the youngest child of Mary Cavender who was also the mother of John Cavender, Mary Cavender, Richmond Cavender, Elizabeth Cavender, Charles Cavender and Clemeth Cavender. The wife of Joseph Cavender was Sarah Cavender who was born in Tennessee about 1821. The children of Joseph Cavender and Sarah Cavender comprised:



Sarah A. Cavender ("Sarah Cavender") born about 1839 in Illinois;

Mary Cavender born about 1841 in Illinois;

John Cavender born about 1847 in Illinois; and,

Perry Cavender born about 1849 in Illinois.279, 310 & 337

(7) Prior to 1821, Mary Cavender, daughter of William Cavender, married Peter Fore who later remarries in 1821, possibly after Mary Cavender's death. 350



1822/03/03 Samuel Cavender, son of William Cavender and Mary Cavender, was christened in Portsea, Saint John Parish, Hampshire County, England. 170
1822/03/16 Jane Cavender married Younger Holiday in Westmoreland County, Virginia.
1822/04/15 John Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender of Kanawha County, Virginia, sold to Polly Cavender ("Mary Cavender" & "Mary Jane Cavender") various household items for one hundred dollars. The indenture was witnessed by Sarah Daugherty and Elizabeth Cavender on August 15, 1822. It is also of interest to note that, according to the Ancestral Files of the LSD Library, a John Cavender who is listed to have been born in Indiana about 1840 married a Martha Daugherty who is listed as having been born in Indiana about 1844. It is also recorded that a John Cavender who was born in Indiana about 1834 married a Mar? Daugherty about 1865 in Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana. Apparently, this particular John Cavender and Martha Cavender had a daughter by the name of Josephine Cavender who was born on August 26, 1866 in Vincennes, Knox County, Indiana and who married Nathaniel Tilson Caywood ("Nathaniel Caywood") who was born in Blakesburg, Indiana? on January 6, 1862. Nathaniel Caywood and Josephine Caywood had a greatgrandson named James Allen Caywood ("James Caywood") who married Donna Ann Clanton ("Donna Clanton").
1822/04/11 Samuel Cavender married Mary Ann Tucker ("Mary Tucker") in Alverstoke, Hampshire County, England.399
1822/04/25 Catherine Cavender (“Katherine Cavender”?) married Moses Hickman on this date in New Castle County, Delaware.Vol 8 pg 160 & Vol 82 pp 83
1822/05/24 Francis Cavener ("Francis Cavender"?) married Margaret Bennett in St. James Parish, Briston, England or St. James Parish, Bristol County, England. 363
1822/06/11 Mary Cavender of New Castle County, Delaware, was granted a license to keep houses of public entertainment.
1822/08/06 Alexander Cavender married Hester Brummond (“Hester Drummond”) in New Castle County, Delaware. 269
1822/11/04 Thomas Cavender of Christian County, Kentucky, sold back to James Hughes the same 50 acres that he purchased from him on December 13, 1821. Apparently he decided to stay in Kentucky. 122
1822/12/11 David H. Guthrie ("David Guthrie") sold to Henry Cook a parcel of land in Williamson County, Tennessee which was adjacent to land then owned by James Cavender. 183
1822 (1) James Cavender (probably “James B. Cavender” born about 1798) owned property in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1822, and a Stephen Cavender also resided in Williamson County, Tennessee in 1822. 53 In the 1850 Tennessee census, a James Cavender family was then living in Wilson County, Tennessee and those then living in his household comprised himself (probably the same “James S. Cavender” who first married Tincy Jackson on October 12, 1834 in Williamson County, Tennessee, and later married Nancy A. Underwood on April 20, 1848 in Williamson County, Tennessee.) and who at that time was listed as being age 39, and born in Tennessee about 1811, his wife Nancy Cavender age 39 and born in Virginia about 1811, their son Silas Cavender was then age 15 and thus born about 1835, their daughter Elizabeth Cavender was age 13 ant thus born about 1837, their daughter Sarah Jane Cavender (“Sarah Cavender”) was then age 11 and thus born about 1839, and their son Henry Cavender was then age 8 and thus born about 1842.137 The above Silas Cavender may be the same Silas Cavender who married a Sarah (“Sarah Cavender”?) in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee on October 1, 1856.

(2) A Harrison Cavender was born in Virginia about 1822. In the 1850 census, the Harrison Cavender family was then living in Davidson County, Tennessee and his family then comprised himself age 28 and thus born in Virginia about 1822, and his wife Julia Cavender was then age 27 and thus born in Tennessee about 1823. Also living in the same household was Patrick Cavender (“Patrick H. Cavender”? & “P.H. Cavender”?) age 32 and thus born about 1828, James Cavender age 38 and thus born about 1812, Nancy Cavender age 35 and thus born about 1815, Silas Cavender age 15 and thus born about 1835, and James HARRISON (“James Harrison Cavender”?, “James H. Cavender”? & “James Cavender”) age 8 and thus born about 1842.

In 1860, a Harrison Cavender family was then living in Wilson County, Tennessee, which is adjacent to Davidson County, Tennessee. His family then comprised himself, age 28 and thus born about 1822, his wife at that time was listed as then being Jane Cavender age 25 and thus born about 1835, and their son was Andrew Cavender, age 2 and thus born about 1858.

In the 1870 census for Wilson County, Tennessee, Harrison Cavender was listed as then being age 48 and thus born in Virginia about 1822, his wife at that time was listed as being Louisa Cavender, age 31 and thus born about 1839, and their son Andrew Cavender was then age 12 and thus born about 1858.

(3) John Cavender was born in 1822, was the son of John Cavender, the grandson of Robert Cavender and Sarah Cavender of Sussex County, Maryland and the great grandson of Dorset Cavender and Sarah Cavender. He married Mary Heron on September 1, 1846 in Miami County, Ohio and died on November 22, 1886 in Miami County, Ohio at the age of 64. Mary Heron was born in 1826. John Cavender had a daughter named Mary J. Cavender ("Mary Cavender") who was born in 1846 in Miami County, Ohio.

1823/02/16 James Cavender ("James B. Cavender"?, “J.B. Cavender”? & “James Benjamin Cavender”?), believed to be the son of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") and grandson of Hugh Cavender, married Rebecca Cavender in Williamson County, Tennessee. The ceremony was conducted by Joel Anderson. James Cavender, believed to be his father, and J. B. Cavender (believed to be the James B. Cavender & “James Benjamin Cavender”? who was getting married) were the bondsmen. 76 According to the 1850 census, the James B. Cavender family was then living in Rutherford County, Tennessee, he was listed as being 52 years old and born in Virginia about 1798, his wife Rebecca Cavender was listed as being 42 years old and born in North Carolina about 1808, and their children, all born in Tennessee, were: William Cavender age 20?, thus born about 1830, and who married to "Joicy", John N. Cavender ("John Cavender") age 13 and thus born about 1837, Rebecca Cavender ("Sarah Cavender") age 11 and thus born about 1839, James Cavender age 9 and thus born about 1841, Rebecca Cavender age 7 and thus born about 1843, and Hugh Cavender age 2 and thus born about 1848.

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" & “J.B. 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. 122



1823/04/15 Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") sold to Jesse Cox, the brother-in-law of his son Silas James Cavender, the 100 acres of land located on the Big Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee, and being a part of the 640 acre tract of land granted to John McMurray by the State of North Carolina and which John McMurray purchased from Thomas McMurray on January 20, 1807. The Indenture was witnessed by William B. McClellan ("William McCellan") and Thomas Cox. 81, 122 & 205
1823/09/08 Caroline Cavender was christened by Henry Cavender and Charlotte Cavender in Saint Paul Parish, Deptford, England. 140
1823/09/16 Daniel Cavender married Ann Dempsey in New Castle County, Delaware. 269 & Vol 21 pp158
1823/09/30 Elizabeth Cavender married Daniel Tribbett (“Daniel Tribett”) in New Castle County, Delaware on this date.Vol 21 pp 162
1823/11/16 The date of decease of Charlotte T. Cavender ("Charlotte Cavender" & “C.T. Cavender”) of Princess Anne County, Virginia, wife of John W. Cavender ("John Cavender" & “J.W. Cavender”). John W. Cavender made oath that his wife’s only heir was himself, that he was then age 55, thus born about 1768, and was living in Lynnhaven, Virginia. The affidavit was witnessed by R.B.J. Page. 196
1823/11/23 Mary Haton Cavender("Mary Cavender" & “Mary H. Cavender”) was christened by John Cavender and Sarah Cavender in Saint Mary Parish, Lambeth, England. 140
1823/12/17 William Thomas (“William B. Thomas”?) sold to Jesse Cox 5 acres of land located on the Waters of the Big Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee, which was a part of the tract of 640 acres previously conveyed to E. Thomas by John McMurray. 188
1823 (1) An Elizabeth J. Cavender ("Elizabeth Cavender") was born in Kentucky in 1823, and in 1850 was living in Macoupin County, Illinois.

(2) An Elizabeth A. Cavender was also born on this date who married Reuben Cavender who is buried in the Old Union Cemetery in Russell, Cave Pike, Fayette County, Kentucky. Elizabeth A. Cavender died about 1853, and is also buried in the Old Union Cemetery in Fayette County, Kentucky. 279 & 310


1823 Estimated date of birth of Thomas D. Cavender (“Thomas Cavender”) who is believed to have first married either a “Zeleave” or a “Zeleane” about 1844, later married Martha J. Carroll (“Martha Carroll”) in Dorchester County, Maryland on December 26, 1848, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Thomas Cavender and Zeleave Cavender (“Zeleane Cavender”?) may have had a son named:

John M. Cavender (“John Cavender”) born about 1845, died on December 15, 1885, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Del. Archives, Dover, Del.

Thomas Cavender and Martha Cavender had 5 children:



Josephus C. Cavender (“Josephus Cavender”, “Joseph C. Cavender”? & “Joseph Cavender”) born on December 17, 1849 near Glasgow, Delaware, married Sadie M. Moore (“Sadie Moore” & “Sarah Moore”) on November 17, 1874 in the Bethel & Summit Bridge Church in Delaware, died on February 21, 1909 at the age of 59 years, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Sadie Moore was born on March 18, 1847 in Kenneth Square, Delaware, died on January 5, 1923 at the age of 75 years, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Series 1, Vol 145, pp 167, “Tombstone Records of Cecil County, Maryland Joseph Cavender and Sadie Cavender (“Sarah Cavender”) had 9 children:

William Fredrick Cavender (“William Cavender” & “William F. Cavender”) born on either February 23, 1866 or on February 23, 1867 in Summit, New Castle County, Delaware Bridge, New Castle County, Delaware, married Anna Louisa Holland (“Annie Louise Holland”?, Annie Holland”?, “Anna Holland” & “Ann Holland”?) on February 12, 1890 in St. George Methodist Church in New Castle County, Delaware with Rev. Joseph S. Moore (“Joseph Moore”) performing the ceremony, died on December 8, 1934, and is buried in the Silberbrook Cemetery in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. Louisa Holland was the daughter of William Holland and Susan Stanley, died on June 4, 1921 at the age of 52 years, and is buried in the Silberbrook Cemetery in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. William Cavender and Susan Cavender had 2 children:

William F. Cavender (“William Cavender” & “W.F. Cavender”) born on July 24, 1890 near Summit Bridge, New Castle County, Delaware, died on December 8, 1934 at the age of 66 years, and is buried in the Silberbrook Cemetery in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware; and,

R. Viola Cavender (“Viole Cavender”?) born on March 10, 1893 near Summit Bridge, New Castle County, Delaware, married Oscar B. Lank (“Oscar Lank”?), died on July 12, 1969 at the age of 76 years, and is buried in the Silberbrook Cemetery in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. Oscar Lank died on October 31, 1966 at the age of 72 years, and is buried in the Silberbrook Cemetery in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. Oscar Lank and Viola Lank had a son named:

Oscar B. Lank, Jr. (“Oscar Lank”) born about 1918, died on December 12, 1929 at the age of 11 years, and is buried in the Silberbrook Cemetery in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware;

Emma J. Cavender (“Emma Cavender”) born about 1874 near Summit Bridge, New Castle County, Delaware, married Clarence Pierce Titter (“Clarence Titter” & “Clarence Titler”?) in May 1899, died about 1957 near Summit Bridge, New Castle County, Delaware, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Clarence Titter was born about 1875, died about 1952, and is buried with his wife. Clarence Titter and Emma Titter had 4 children:

Grace Titter who married Lee Kelly;

Marian Titter born about 1906, married George A. Rothrock, died about 1988, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. George Rotkrock was born on August 4, 1904, died on August 5, 1995 at the age of 91 years in Woodcrest, Newport, Dorchester County, Delaware, and is buried with his wife. George Rothrock, Sr. and Marian Rothrock had a son named:

George Rothrock, Jr.;

Beatrice Titter born about 1914, and married a Robinson; and,

Roger P. Titter (“Roger Titter”) born about 1918, married a Myrtle W., and died about 1982. Roger Titter and Myrtle Titter had a son named:

Roger P. Titter, Jr. born on November 6, 1939, and died on April 8, 1986;

Flora M. Cavender (“Flora Cavender” & “F.M. Cavender”) born on April 16, 1877 in Glasgow, Delaware, first married William Brooks and had no children, later married William Gaylord Golt (“William Golt” & “William Gault”?) who was born on June 16, 1881, and who died on February 27, 1963 at the age of 82 years. She died on December 30, 1952 at the age of 75 years.;

Elizabeth S. Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender” & “E.S. Cavender”) born on May 5, 1879 in Glasgow, Delaware, on September 23, 1905 also married William Gaylord Golt (“William Galt”? & “William Golt”), died on September 1, 1930 at the age of 51 years, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. William Golt and Elizabeth Golt had 2 children:

Grace Naomi Golt (“Grace Golt”) born in Delaware on February 23, 1906, never married, and died on December 25, 1977; and,

Nobel Julian Golt (“Nobel Golt”) born on May 26, 1910, christened on March 13, 1911 in the Bethel Methodist Church in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland, married Florence Mae Calhoun (“Florence Calhoun”) on September 2, 1933 in the Bethel Methodist Church in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland, and died on July 28, 1996 at the age of 86 years in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. Nobel Golt and Florence Golt (“Mae Golt”) had 2 children:

Kay Annetta Golt (“Kay Golt”) born on August 22, 1939 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, and married Randolph D. Lindell, III (“Randolph Lindell”) on December 20, 1958. Randolph Lindell was born on September 16, 1933. Randolph Lindell and Kay Lindell (“Annetta Lindell”) had a daughter named:

Deborah Kay Lindell (“Deborah Lindell”) born on November 24, 1959, and married Donald Lee Butler (“Donald Butler”). Donald Butler and Deborah Butler (“Kay Butler”) had a son named:

Brandon Lee Butler (“Brandon Butler”) born on December 4, 1997; and,

Carl Eugene Golt (“Carl Golt”) born on December 13, 1941 in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, first married Thelma Mae Gregg (“Thelma Gregg”), and later married Tina Mauro. Carl Golt and Thelma Golt had 2 children:

Bryan Golt who married a Christy; and,

Christine Golt who married Jeff Lowe (“Jeffrey Lowe”).

Carl Golt and Tina Golt had 2 children:



Jason Golt; and,

Adam Golt;

Harry Franklin Cavender (“Harry Cavender”, “Harold Franklin Cavender”? & “Harold Cavender”?) born on September 17, 1881 in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware, married Florance F. Murray (“Florance Murray” & “Florence Murray”?) on March 28, 1907, died on May 15, 1959, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Florance Murray was born on March 15, 1883 to William Murray and Susan Wright, died on March 3, 1965, and is buried with her huband. Harry Cavender and Florence Cavender had 7 children:

Gilbert Murray Cavender (“Gilbert Cavender”) born on September 4, 1908 near Summit, New Castle County, Delaware, married Mary Lewis Clay (“Mary Clay”) on March 1, 1933 in Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, died on November 12, 1953 in Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, and is buried in the Gilpin Manor Memorial Park Cemetery in Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland. Mary Clay died on September 27, 1983 in the Devine Haven Nursing Home in Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland to William Clay and an Anna. Gilbert Cavender and Mary Cavender had 3 children:

Lewis Clay Cavender (“Lewis Cavender” & “Lewis C. Cavender”) born on November 23, 1933 in Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, and married Mary Ann Connors (”Mary Connors”, “Mary Connor” & “Ann Connor”) on July 10, 1954 in Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland. Mary Connors was born on March 21, 1934 in Chester, Pennsylvania, was christened in the same year in Elkton, Cecil County, Maryland, and was the daughter of William Paul Connors (“William Connors”) and Annie Matilda Franklin (“Annie Franklin” & “Ann Franklin”?). Lewis Cavender and Annie Cavender (“Ann Cavender”? & “Matilda Cavender”) had 2 children:

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