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1824/02/18 Silas James Cavender ("Silas Cavender"), son of Eudaley James Cavender ("James Cavender") and Betsy Cavender, was the bondsman at the marriage of Alfred Tatom to Fanny Roberts, both of whom were his first cousins and grandchildren of Sally Sammons ("Sarah Sammons"), the mother-in-law of Eudaley James Cavender.
1824/05/12 Alexander P. Cavender ("Alexander Cavender") and John Cavender bought land in Crosley Township, in Hamilton County, Ohio. 148
1824/04/05 Thomas Cavender of Miami County, Ohio, son of John C. Cavender ("John Cavender", “John Charles Cavender”? & “John Calvin Cavender”?) and grandson of Samuel Cavender, sold 40 acres of land to John Cavender, Jr. (DB 5, pp148) and no wife signs. He also sells 40 acres in the same section to William Cavender. On November 20, 1828, William Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender sold the same tract of land to Thomas Buck.
1824/07/17 Old Bethel Baptist Church was constituted in the log cabin home of Thomas Scott located in the extreme south-west corner of Graves County, Kentucky, near the Kentucky-Tennessee state line. 86 (See also 106)
1824/10/15 Administration of the estate of Levin Cavender in Kent County, Delaware, granted to Joseph Hoffecker and James Hoffecker. Mentioned are: his wife Phobe Cavender ("Phebe Cavender" & “Phoebe Cavender”); and his children Thomas Cavender; John Cavender; Mary Ann Cavender; and, Levin Cavender ("Lewis Cavender"?). 269 & 341
1824/10/30 Silas James Cavender ("Silas Cavender") and James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender"?) execute a note for $5.00 which was listed as part of the estate of William Williams of Williamson County, Tennessee, who apparently had just deceased. 82
1824/12/04 John Cavender married Elsa Shields in Glasgow, Scotland.
1824/12/23 Stephen Cavender and his wife, Betsy Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender”), purchased from the State of Tennessee fifty acres of land in Williamson County, Tennessee, on the East Fork of the South Harpeth River for 12-1/2 cents per acre as evidenced by Certificate No. 3369. The land was located adjacent to Robert Trentham(?). As the son of Hugh Cavender, Stephen Cavender, married Elizabeth McCormack on December 30, 1805 in Davidson County, Tennessee, it is believed that the above Stephen Cavender was the son Hugh Cavender and the brother of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") 84
1824 (1) TENNESSEE: Silas S. Cavender (“Silas Cavender” & “S.S. Cavender”)was born in Tennessee about 1824 and in 1850 his family were living in Maury County, Tennessee, and consisted of himself age 26 and thus born about 1824, his wife Permeilia Cavender (“Pameilia Cavender”?, “Permeila Cavender”? & “Parmelia Cavender”?)(formerly Permeila Andrews) age 26 an thus born about 1824 in North Carolina, and John Cavender age 16 and thus born about 1834.137

(2) Matilda Cavender was born in Tennessee about 1824 and in 1850 was living in Mason County, Illinois William Cavender was born in Illinois about 1824 and in 1850 was living in Mason County, Illinois. 310



(3) George Cavender was then living in Walton County, Georgia, and Joseph Cavender was then living in Gwinnett County, Georgia.418

(4) The estate of Thomas Cavender, Sr. was probated on this date in Miami County, Ohio in 1824. He was the son of Robert Cavender and Sarah Cavender of Sussex County, Maryland and the grandson of Dorset Cavender and Sarah Cavender. Thomas Cavender, Sr. had at least the following children:

(i) Nancy Cavender who was born in 1799 in Maryland and married David Farrow;

(ii) Rebecca Cavender who was born March 12, 1812 and married David Farrow;

(iii) Thomas Cavender, Jr. who married Anny Tical in Miami County, Ohio on February 28, 1820;

(iv) John Cavender who married in Miami County, Ohio on January 25, 1823;

(v) William Cavender who married Elizabeth Chick in Miami County, Ohio on May 6, 1827;

(vi) Wesley Cavender who married Jane Graham in Miami County, Ohio on November 15, 1832; and,

(vii) Sarah Cavender who first married Samuel Mercer in Miami County, Ohio on October 29, 1829. Samuel Mercer died on April 27, 1835 in Miami County at the age of 31. Sarah Mercer later married John Blue in Miami County on October 3, 1836.7 & 312

1825/01/05 William Cavender married Mary McCoy in Baltimore County, Maryland.
1825/03/12 Sarah Cavender married Samuel W. Halcut ("Samuel Halcut" & "Samuel Holcut"?) in Miami County, Ohio. 314
1825/05/24 Francis Cavinder ("Francis Cavender"?) married Austin Kelly on this date in Warrick County, Indiana.
1825/09/07 A 50 acre tract of land located in Williamson County, Tennessee and lying on the Big East Fork of South Harpeth River, was surveyed for Stephen Cavender who is believed to have been the son of Hugh Cavender and brother of Eudaley James Cavender (“Eudaley Cavender”).84
1825/09/15 Henry Cavender was born in Miami County, Ohio on this date. He died on October 5, 1888 in Miami County, Ohio at the age of 63 years and 20 days and is buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Newton Township, Ohio, with his first wife Louise Cavender, formerly Louise Hearn ("Louisa Hearn"), who was born June 30, 1833 and died June 8, 1875 at the age of 41 years, eleven months and 7 days. He later married Elizabeth Amlin, daughter of Samuel Amlin, on November 3, 1878 in Miami County. Henry Cavender was the son of John Cavender and Rachel Cavender, grandson of Robert Cavender and great grandson of Dorset Cavender. He later married Elizabeth Amlin, daughter of Samuel Amlin, on November 3, 1878 in Miami County. Henry Cavender and Louise Cavender had the following children:

(i) Charles W. Cavender (“C.W. Cavender” & “Charles William Cavender”?) born in Miami County, Ohio and died in 1880+;

(ii) Clara M. Cavender born in Miami County, Ohio and died in 1880+;

(iii) Sylvester G. Cavender born in Miami County, Ohio and married Maggie Humphery (“Margaret Humphery”) and died in 1880+;

(iv) William H. Cavender born in Miami County, Ohio and died before 1880;

(v) George F. Cavender born in Miami County, Ohio and died before 1880; and,

(vi) Edward M. Cavender born in Miami County, Ohio and died before 1880.

Henry Cavender and Elizabeth Cavender had no children by their marriage. 282 , 312 & 314



1825/12/21 Mary Cavender of Kent County, Maryland, married Hanson Crew. Rev. Wooley performed the ceremony. 324
1825 (1) Elizabeth Cavender (also "Betty Cavender") married Henson Guthrie.

(2) Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) joined the New Hope Baptist Church in Walton County, Georgia, and was a chain carrier for the first survey of Coweta County, Georgia. 359

(3) The estates of John Cavender and John Cavender, Jr. were both probated in 1825 in Miami County, Ohio.

(4) Garrett Cavenah (“Jarrett Cavnar", “Garrett Cavender”?, “Jarrett Cavender” & “Jarrott Cavender”) is believed to be the same person who fought in the Revolutionary War and received a land grant in Hickman County, Tennessee in 1825, and was still living in Hickman County, Tennessee in 1830.418
1825-1826 Estimated date of birth of William Cavender who is believed to be the youngest son of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender")and grandson of Hugh Cavender and who married Mary Scruggs in Williamson County, Tennessee, on June 2, 1847. The ceremony was conducted by H. Thomson and Edward A. Truit ("Edward Truit") was the bondsman. 76
1826/02/08 Mary Cavender married George Williams (thus became “Mary Williams”) on this date in New Castle County, Delaware.N.C. Cnty. Del. Vol.297, pp 29

1826/05/03 A mortgage from James Whitehurst to William E. Cavender ("William Cavender"), Thomas Shepherd, John Absolam ("John Absalom"?) and Tracy Burroughs was recorded in Princess Anne County, Virginia. Elias Williams of Currituck County, North Carolina, deceased, had willed two Negro slaves to his granddaughters Nancy White and Elizabeth White of Princess Anne County, Virginia. The two slaves originally in the possession of William Williams of Princess Anne County were given to John White, the father of Nancy and Elizabeth White and who sold the slaves without being appointed guardian of his daughters Nancy and Elizabeth and kept the proceeds from the sale. James Whitehurst had married Nancy White and was in jail for failure to pay a debt. Apparently to get out of jail he mortgaged his and his wife's interests in the slaves which had been sold. Note that a John White married Nancy Cavender on March 4, 1796 in Dorchester County, Maryland. 83
1826/08/10 John Cavender, son of William Cavender and Mary Cavender, was christened in Portsea, Saint John Parish, Hampshire County, England. 170
1826/08/13 Hugh Cavender's son, Joseph Cavender, died in Christian County, Kentucky which includes the City of Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky.13

1826/11/28 Alexander Cavender died at the age of 65 and is buried in the Pigeon Run Cemetery (“Pidgeon Run Cemetery”) Cemetery in Red Lyon Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. It is believed he was born about 1761 in New Castle County, Delaware and he married a Margaret who was born about 1760, who died on December 25, 1820 at the age of 60, and who is buried with her husband.269
1826 (1) Elizabeth Cavender was the heir of the estate of Thomas Worrell, deceased, in Kent County, Maryland. 313

(2) Archibald L. Cavinder ("Archibald L. Cavender", “A.L. Caender”) & "Archibald Cavender"?) was born in Tennessee about 1826, married Mary J. Byron ("Mary L. Byron", "Mary Byron" & “Mary Bynum”?) on April 20, 1846 in Maury County, Tennessee. The ceremony was conducted by George S. Arnold ("George Arnold"). Mary Cavender was born in North Carolina. In 1850, the Archibald Cavender family was living in Lewis County, Tennessee and consisted of himself age 24 and thus born about 1826, his wife Mary J. Cavinder ("Mary Cavinder" & "Mary Cavender") age 22 and thus born about 1828, James H. Cavinder ("James Cavinder" & "James Cavender") age 3 and born in Tennessee about 1847, and Melissa B. Cavender ("Melissa Cavinder" & "Melissa Cavender") age 1 and thus born about 1848. 137 & 355 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) Elizabeth Cavender was a claimant of the estate of Thomas Worrell in Kent County, Maryland. 336

(4) Sarah Cavender was born about 1826, died on January 2, 1886 at the age of 60 years, and is buried in the Brandywine Cemetery in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.Del. Archives, Dover, Del.



1827/05/06 William Cavender married Elizabeth Sheek ("Elizabeth Chick") in Miami County, Ohio. 282 & 314
1827/09/xx Charles Cavender posted bond in the Williamson County, Tennessee, court for breach of peace toward Phillip G. Todd. 143
1827/09/17 Jane Cavender married Jonathan Jones on this date in New Castle County, Delaware.Vol 10 pp 72
1827/10/02 Stephen Cavender purchased a 17 year old Negro slave named "Jenny" in Williamson County, Tennessee, from William E. Owen and Andrew Campbell. The Indenture was witnessed by John Southall and John Baugh. This particular Stephen Cavender could have been the son of either Hugh Cavender or Eudaley James Cavender (“Eudaley Cavender”). 85
1827/12/11 Stephen Cavender of Williamson County, Tennessee, purchased 50 acres of land on the Big East Fork in Williamson County from Nathaniel Harrison. This particular Stephen Cavender could have been the son of either Hugh Cavender or Eudaley James Cavender (“Eudaley Cavender”). 122
1827/12/15 Stephen Cavender ("Stephen Cavendar") was issued Land Grant #997 by the State of Tennessee for 100 acres of land on Big East Fork of South Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee, adjacent to land owned by Owenton Haley. The Grant was surveyed September 15, 1829 and recorded on February 23, 1830. This particular Stephen Cavender could have been the son of either Hugh Cavender or Eudaley James Cavender (“Eudaley Cavender”). 87
1827 (1) Marcha Cavender (“Marsha Cavender”?), a widow, was living in Dekalb County, Georgia. Elizabeth Cavender, widow, was living in Jasper County, Georgia, and Martha Cavender, a widow, was living in DeKalb County, Georgia. 355 371

(2) Polly Cavender ("Mary Cavender", “Mary J. Cavender”m “M.J. Cavender” & "Mary Jane Cavender") was born about 1827 and was buried on June 26, 1867 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee City Cemetery. 355


1828/02/04 Stephen Cavender was issued Land Grant #9914 by the State of Tennessee for 50 acres of land on the Big East Fork of South Harpeth River in Williamson County, Tennessee, and adjacent to land owned by Owenton Haley, surveyed September 15, 1829 and recorded March 23, 1830. This particular Stephen was probably the son of Hugh Cavender who died in Charlotte County, Virginia in 1798. 88
1828/11/27 Rebecca Cavender married Abram Jones ("Abraham Jones"?) on this date in Pike County, Illinois.
1828 (1) Henry Cavender was then living in Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.

(2) John Cavender was then living in Northwest Fork Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware. 418



(3) Nancy Cavender was then living in Mispillion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware.418
1829/01/xx Williamson County, Tennessee was ordered by the County Court to pay James Dupree $11.93 for the care and support of Hezekiah Cavender, a pauper and son of Hugh Cavender who died in Charlote County, Virginia in 1789, and to pay Silas Cavender $29 for the care and support of Henry Turner. Silas Cavender is believed to be the son of Eudaley James Cavender (“Eudaley Cavender”) who was named Silas James Cavender (“Silas Cavender”) and who was born on July 4, 180470
1829/02/09 Ann Cavender married John Campbell in Saint Bees Parish, Cumberland County, England.399
1829/07/06 Jessee Cox of Williamson County, Tennessee sold to David H. Guthrie of the same County and State 15 acres of land on the Waters of the same County adjacent to the lands of William Thomas (“William B. Thomas”?), Thomas A. Jones, David H. Guthrie. On January 27, 1830 David H. Guthrie apparently sold the same property to Thomas A. Jones 191 & 192
1829/09/08 William Cavender married Charity Staunton ("Charity Stauton" & "Charity Strutton") on this date in Perry County, Indiana. Charity Staunton was born about 1801 in Tennessee. William Cavender was living in Perry County, Indiana in 1830 and in 1850 was living in Dubois County, Indiana. Apparently William Cavender and Charity Cavender had a son named John Cavender who was born about 1830 in Indiana, and in 1850 was living in Dubois County, Indiana.418
1829/10/29 Sarah Cavender married Samuel Mercer ("Samuel Marcer") in Miami County, Ohio. 282 & 314
1829 (1) Elizabeth Cavender, daughter of Henry Cavender and Frances Cavender, was born in Camden County, North Carolina about 1829. 131

(2) Charles Cavender and Mary Cavender bought land in Crosley Township, Hamilton County, Kentucky about 1829, and later sold the land on February 10, 1834. 148

(3) John Cavender was born in Kentucky about 1829, and in 1850 was living in Calhoun County, Illinois. 310

(4) Gold was found in North Georgia College in Dalhonega, Lumpkin County, Georgia in 1829. It is said that Fannie Cavender (“Frances Cavender”), daughter of Clement Cavender, obtained land in the best gold section of Lumpkin, Georgia.

(5) John Cavenor ("John Cavender"?) was living in Independence County, Arkansas in 1829.418


1829-1830 Silas James Cavender ("Silas Cavender")moved to Graves County, Kentucky, and Garner McConnico was part owner of a cotton gin. Silas Cavender was the son of Eudaley James Cavender (“Eudaley Cavender”) and grandson of Hugh Cavender who died in Charlotte County, Virginia in1789. 70
1830/02/20 Henry Cavender married Polly Ann Wilkes (“Polly Wilks”, “Mary Ann Wilks” & “Mary Wilks”) in Maury County, Tennessee.FHL Number 549201

1830/04/04 Alice Cavender married David Howell in Greene County, Ohio. 314
1830/05/20 Mary Cavender was the Executrix of the estate of an unnamed Cavender in Kent County, Delaware. Heirs mentioned were: Nancy Cavender, Lydia Cavender, Mary Ann Cavender ("Mary Cavender", “M.A. Cavender” & “Mary A. Cavender”) and John Smith Cavender ("John S. Cavender", “J.S. Cavender” & "John Cavender"). 269 A Lydia Cavender married Woodgate Smith on February 3, 1819 in New Castle County, Delaware.N.C. Cnty. Del. Vol.7, pp 182
1830/06/01 All Cherokee Indians were ordered to leave the State of Georgia.
1830/06/10 Martha Cavender was born in Kanawha County, West Virginia, to Andrew Cavender and Nancy Caldwell Cavender ("Nancy Cavender" & “N.C. Cavender”). She had at least two brothers, Wilson Cavender and Morrison Cavender who at one time lived in Kanawha County, West Virginia. In 1850, she married James V. Jordan ("James Jordan") and their children were: Charles Jordan, Frank A. Jordan ("Frank Jordan"), James Vinton Jordan ("James Jordan"), Silas Jordan, and Nancy Jordan. Her grandfather was John Cavender of Kanawha County, West Virginia, was apparently born in Virginia and may have been the son of Henry Cavender.
1830 (1) ALABAMA (1830):

E. Cvenden ("E. Cavender"? & "Edward Cavender"?) was then living in Southern District, Autauga County, Alabama.418

(2) DELAWARE (1830):



Henry Cavender was then living in Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.418

Nancy Cavender was then living in Mispellion Hundred, Kent County, Delaware.418



John Cavender was then living in Northwest Fork Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware.418

Stephen Cavender family was living in Pope County, Delaware in 1830, consisting of 2 females under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male and 1 female 10-15, 1 male 50-60 and 1 female 20-30.135 & 137

(3) DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (1830):

Dennis Cavinder ("Dennis Cavender"?) was then living in Alexandria, Alexandria, District of Columbia.418

(4) GEORGIA (1830):



Clemeth Cavender ("Clemith Cavender"?, & "Clement Cavender, Jr."?) born May 12, 1821 was living in Hall County, Georgia where he died October 6, 1898. He is buried in Murrayville, Hall County, Georgia.

Cleurith Cavender was then living in Hall County, Georgia.418

George Cavender was living in Jasper County.

Griffin D. Cavender ("Griffin Cavender" & “G.D. Cavender”) was then living in Jasper County, Georgia.418

James B. Cavender ("James Cavender", “J.B. Cavender” & “James Benjamin Cavender”?) family was living in Newton County, Georgia. This particular James B. Cavender is not believed to be the same James B. Cavender who was born in Virginia in 1798 and was the twin of Stephen Cavender who were the twin sons of Eudaley James Cavender ("Eudaley Cavender") and grandsons of Hugh Cavender of Virginia.

Joseph Cavender was living in Fayette County; Griffin D. Cavender ("Griffin Cavender") was living in Jasper County.

William Cavender in Habersham County, Georgia whose family consisted of: 1 male 20-30, 1 female 15-20 or 20-30 years of age; and, 2 males 0-5 or under 10 year of age. 135, 309 & 355

(5) ILLINOIS (1830):



Stephen Cavinder ("Stephen Cavender") was then living in Pope County, Illinois.418 This may be the Stephen Cavender who was a widower when he married Sally May Clark (“Sally Clark” & “Sarah Clark”?) in Pope County, Illinois on May 3, 1830.

(6) INDIANA (1830):



Anson Cavender was then living in Troy Township, Perry County, Indiana.418

Charles Cavender was then living in Troy Township, Perry County, Indiana.418

James Cavender was then living in Troy Township, Perry County, Indiana.418

(7) KENTUCKY (1830):



James Cavender was living in Scott County, Kentucky.

John Cavender was living in Henderson County, Kentucky.418

Silas Cavender was living in Graves County, Kentucky, and his family consisted of 2 males and 2 females under the age of 5 years of age, 2 females from 5 to 10 years of age, and 1 male and 1 female from 20 to 30 years of age.

Thomas Cavender was living was living in Fayette County, Kentucky 128

(8) MARYLAND (1830):



Abraham Cavender was living in the 5th District of Hartford County, Maryland. Other Cavenders were living in Queen Ann's, Talbot and Hartford Counties. 337

(9) MASSACHUSETTS (1830):

John Cavener ("John Cavender"?) was then living in the Th Ward Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.418

(10) MISSOURI (1830):

Nancy Cavender was then living in Cape Gerard County, Missouri.418

(11) NEW HAMPSHIRE (1830):



Charles Cavender was then living in Antrim, Hillsboro County, New Hampshire.418

Charles Cavender was then living in Greenfield, Hillsboro County, New Hampshire.418

C.C. Cavender (“Charles C. Cavender”? & “Charles Cavender”?) was born in New Hampshire and in 1850 was living in Macoupin, Illinois. 310

James Cavender was then living in Hancock, Hillsboro County, New Hampshire.418

John Cavender was then living in Franklin, Muramic County, New Hampshire.418

Moody Cavender was then living in Londonderry , Rockingham County, New Hampshire.418

(12) NEW YORK (1830):

Dennis Cavener ("Dennis Cavender"?) was then living in Eaton, Madison County, New York.418

James Cavender was then living in the 12th Ward New York City, New York County, New York.418

James Cavener ("James Cavender"?) was then living in the 11th Ward New York City, New York County, New York.418

James Cavener ("James Cavender"?) was then living in Watertown, Jefferson County, New York.418

Joseph Cavener ("Joseph Cavender"?) was then living in Bath, Steuben County, New York.418

Michael Cavener ("Michael Cavender"?) was living in the 11th Ward New York City, New York County, New York in 1830.416

Morris Cavener ("Morris Cavender"?) was then living in the 12th Ward New York City, New York County, New York.416

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