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1837 (1) The date of birth of the unknown Bennett who later married a Miss Cavender in Delaware and fought in the Civil War in Kent County, Maryland. See Maryland Census for 1890. 320

(2) The Bennett who married the former Miss Cavender of Delaware was born about 1837. He lived in Kennedyville, Delaware, until his death on September 26, 1918 in Kennedyville, Delaware. He is buried in the Still Pond Cemetery. He apparently fought in the Civil War in Kent County, Maryland. 319

(3) E. Cavender was born about this year in Indiana, married an Anna who was born about 1847 in Indiana and lived in Dallas County, Iowa. The children of E. Cavender and Anna Cavender were: Era Cavender born about 1868 in Iowa; George Cavender born about 1873 in Iowa; Robert Cavender born about 1876 in Iowa; and, and unknown Cavender who was born about 1879 in Iowa.

(4) Victoria became Queen of England and reigned until 1901.



(5) Charles Cavender was then living in Independence County, Arizona.148

(6) Elizabeth Cavender was then living in Christiana Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.418

(7) James Cavender was then living in Hillsboro County, New Hampshire.418

(8) John Cavender was then living in Wilmington City, New Castle County, Delaware.418

(9) John Cavender was then living in Bridgeville, Sussex County Delaware.418

(10) Samuel Cavender was then living in Little Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware.418

(11) Thomas Cavender was then living in Appoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.418

(12) James Ralson or James Ralson Clarke (“James Clarke”) was born in Indiana about 1837, served in Company of the Iowa 45th Infantry Regiment, and died on August 30, 1864 from wounds received in Moscow, Tennessee;
1837-1840 Sometime during this time-frame James Cavender, Patrick Cavender (“Patrick H. Cavender”? & “P.H. Cavender”?) and John Cavender each brought a separate lawsuit against John G. Boyd ("John Boyd") in Williamson County, Tennessee. 94
1838/01/01 Robert Cavender and Nancy Bottom entered into an agreement in Jackson County, Indiana and also entered into a second agreement on December 24, 1838. 337
1838/01/06 James Cavender married Milly A. Willey (“Milly Willey”, “Milly Wiley”, “Mildred Willey”? & “Mildred Wiley”?) in Bellair, Kent County, Maryland (“Bel Air, Kent County, Maryland”?) with circuit minister Rev. Robert E. Kemp (“Robert Kemp”) performing the ceremony.A List of Marriages Performed by the Rev. Robert E. Kemp
1838/01/10 Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) bought 202 ½ acres of land in the 4th.. District of Coweta County, Georgia, known as Lot #88, from Elbert Hardman of Oqiethorpe County, Georgia. Elbert Hardman was a soldier in the Revolutionary War and drew the land in the 1827 (1837?) land lottery. 359
1838/01/16 Joshua Cavender married Mary Kimmy in Ross County, Ohio. 314
1838/01/19 Alexander Cavender married Rebecca Gaskele ("Rebecca Gaskill" & “Rebecca Gaskiel”) in Ashbury M. E. Church in Dover, Kent County, Delaware, by Wm. A. Wiggins ("William Wiggins"). 269 & 313
1838/01/22 Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was listed as a resident of Jasper County, Georgia and purchased 40 acres in the 15th District of the 2nd. Section of Cherokee County, Georgia from Robert M. Hardwick of Jasper County for $120. This land was known as Lot #480 granted November 4, 1833 to Live B. Thompson by Wilson Lumpkin, Governor. It is believed that this land was originally a part of the "Indian Territory" or "Creek Nations Territory".359
1838/02/xx James Cavender of Davis County, North Carolina sells to Lom March, trustee to Conrad Hendrix 185 acres adjacent to Conrad's Mill Road. Witnessed by Mary Baker and Daniel Call. 355
1838/02/12 James Cavender, William March, Sr. and James Smith of Davis County, North Carolina pay $600 to T.S. Parker for a Negro girl Sassa and child Amanda. 355
1838/04/13 John Cavander ("John Cavender") married Selia Brassell ("Celia Brassell") in Fayette County, Georgia. 355
1838/10/09 James Cavender was a witness to the deed of John Call to William Sheek in Davis County, North Carolina. 355
1838/10/10 Abigail Jane Cavender ("Abigail Cavender" & “A.J. Cavender”) was born on this date in Greene County, Ohio and married Thomas Bradford August 10, 1854. Thomas Bradford was born January 27, 1819 in Washington Township, Montgomery County, Ohio. Thomas Bradford and Abigail Bradford had the following children: Lizzie Bradford; Dellsena Bradford; Mary M. Bradford; Abby Luetta Bradford; and, Thomas Bradford.279
1838/10/29 John Cavendish ("John Cavender"?) married Elizabeth Clark 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. Elijah Daniel was the bondsman and L. Beasley was the witness. 371
1838 (1) James Cavender paid poll taxes in the 13th. District, Williamson County, Tennessee.122

(2) Patrick H. Cavender ("Patrick Cavender" & “P.H. Cavender”) paid poll taxes in the 14th. District, Williamson County, Tennessee in 1838.122



(3) A first Charles Cavinder ("Charles Cavender"?) was living in Independence County, Arizona.148

(4) A second Charles Cavinder ("Charles Cavender"?) was also living in Independence County, Arizona.148

(5) In 1838, the Cherokee Indians were forcefully removed from the entire state of Georgia and forced marched into Missouri. However, it is said in the "A Brief History of The Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee" that a majority of the Cherokee Indians either avoided, one way or the other, or returned to the east shortly thereafter. Some of the Cherokee Indians had received 1 square mile reservations as a result of the treaties of 1817 and 1819 and were allowed to remain behind. While the treaties of 1817 and 1819 did, in effect, establish local tribes in the State of Georgia, the State of Georgia subsequently took the land away illegally. Governor Busbee signed an executive order on May 9, 1977 establishing the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee Indians as the legal tribal organization of Cherokee Indians in the State of Georgia.
1839/05/12 John W. Cavender (“John Cavender” & “J.W. Cavender”) was born on this date, died on July 10, 1889 at the age of 50 years, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Del. Archives, Dover, Del. He married an Emily F. who was born on May 27, 1842, died on February 17, 1928, and is buried with her husband.
1839/06/06 Michael Cavender of Washington, D.C. married Emily Ann Reed ("Emily Reed") of Virginia on this date and the ceremony was conducted by Rev. McDonellan according to the "National Intelligencer" newspaper published in Washington, D.C. on that date.
1839/07/24 Thomas William Cavender ("Thomas Cavender") was christened by Ann Cavender in Saint Mary Magdalene Parish, Bermondsey, England. 140
1839/08/01 Michael Cavender was born on August 1, 1839 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, first married Louise Ella Starkwell (“Louise Starkwell”) on September 1, 1864 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania and who died on August 11, 1866 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, later married Abigail Moorhead (“Abigail Moorehead”) on December 26, 1867 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, and died in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. He may have had a younger sister by the name of Mary Jane Cavender (“Mary Cavender” & “M.J. Cavender”) who married Israel Fonner. Abigail Moorhead was born on January 25, 1844 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. Michael Cavender and Abigail Cavender had 8 children:

John Clarence Cavender (“John Cavender” & “J.C. Cavender”) born December 7, 1868 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania, and married Nettie Alzetta Frantz (“Nettie Frantz”) who was born on March 29, 1867, was the daughter of Daniel Frantz and Elmira Boyer, and died March 15, 1911. At the time he was married, he was living in Punxustwaney, Pennsylvania. John Cavender and Nettie Cavender had 5 children:

Harry Frank Cavender (“Harry Cavender” & “H.F. Cavender”) born October 6, 1891 in Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania, and died in December 1970;

John Michael Cavender (“John Cavender” & “ J.M. Cavender”) born October 9, 1894 in Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania, first married Bertha Rell Stiver (“Bertha Stiver”), later married Nora Yoho about 1967, died April 12, 1976 in Warren, Ohio, and is buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery in Warren, Ohio. Bertha Stiver was born December 27, 1897, died January 16, 1965 in Warren, Ohio, and is buried with her husband. John Cavender and Nora Cavender had 1 child:

Maude Cavender born May 18, 1910, married William Arkwright Sullivan, Sr. (“William Sullivan”) on November 29, 1934, died September 21, 1950 in Warren, Ohio, and is buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery in Warren, Ohio. William Sullivan was born August 26, 1907 , died June 8, 1970 in Warren, Ohio, and is buried with his wife. William Sullivan and Maude Sullivan had 2 children:

William Arkwright Sullivan, Jr. (“William Sullivan”) born August 8, 1939 in Waterbury, Connecticut, and married Ann McMahon on June 10, 1967, and who was born July 4, 1939; and,

Dorothy Ann Sullivan (“Dorothy Sullivan”) born October 27, 1945 in Warren, Ohio, and married William Plasky who was born December 23, 1945;

Norman Vaine Cavender (“Norman Cavender” & “ N.V. Cavender”) born November 7, 1897 in Renoldsville, Pennsylvania, married Mary Elizabeth Ramsay (“Mary Ramsay”) on February 12, 1921 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, died May 11, 1950, and is buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mary Ramsay was born January 20, 1891 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the daughter of Alexander Ransay and Elizabeth Alcorn, died on August 8, 1969 on Fair Acres Farm, Media, Pennsylvania, and is buried with her husband. Norman Cavender and Mary Cavender had 4 children:

Norma Cavender born February 12, 1923 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married Ralph Edward Gervis Newell (“Ralph Newell” & “Edward Newell”) on June 6, 1942 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, and who was born May 21, 1921 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania and died April 7, 1987 in Sun City, California. Ralph Newell and Norma Newell had 3 children:

Ralph Newell born July 13, 1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married Maryann Berg on September 17, 1966 in California and who was born in Wisconsin and retired from the U.S. Marine Corps;

Doris Terry Newell (“Doris Newell”) born April 22, 1949 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married John Baker Gray (“John Gray”) on December 30, 1972 in Tully Memorial Presbyterian Church in Darby, Pennsylvania and who was born June 6, 1949 in Darby, Pennsylvania; and,

Robert Paul Newell (“Robert Newell”) born June 14, 1950 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married Brenda Smith on July 27, 1974 in Springfield, West Virginia and who was born February 28, 1950 in Cumberland, Maryland;

Robert Clarence Cavender (“Robert Cavender” & “R.C. Cavender”) born July 24, 1924 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died December 7, 1946 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and is buried in Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;

Anna Elzetta Cavender (“Anna Cavender” & “A.E. Cavender”) born December 30, 1926 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, first married Julius Michael Berg (“Julius Berg”) about 1945 in Elkton, Maryland, and later married John Donel on September 2, 1955 in Elkton, Maryland and who was born December 28, 1927 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Julius Berg was born April 13, 1915 in Merrimock, New Hampshire, and died in December 1983 in Warm Spring Deer Lodge, Montana. Julius Berg and Anna Berg had 3 children:

Michele Ann Berg (“Michele Berg”) born October 3, 1946 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married Roger James Davenport (“Roger Davenport”) on April 18, 1964 in St. Faiths Church in Havertown, Pennsylvania and who was born February 20, 1944;

Robert Michael Berg (“Robert Berg”) born about 1948 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was later placed for adoption; and,

Alan James Berg (“Alan Berg”) born September 30, 1953 in Ridley Park, Pennsylvaniam married Susan Marler in Los Vegas, Nevada, and died July 12, 1988 in Mackenzie Bridge, Oregon. Susan Maler was born February 23, 1956;

John Donel and Anna Donel had 1 child:



John Raymond Donel (“John Donel”) born January 29, 1957 in Drexel Hill, Delalware County, Pennsylvania; and,

Jean Elizabeth Cavender (“Jean Cavender”, “Jeanie Cavender” & “J.E. Cavender”) born April 14, 1930 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, first married William Boylan (“Bill Boylan”) about 1948 in Elkton, Maryland, later married Domenic Leo about 1953 in Elkton, Maryland, still later married James McAleese on August 8, 1969 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvlania, died January 11, 2001, Havertown, Pennsylvania, and is buried in St. Peter and Paul Cemetery in Springfield, Pennsylvania. Bill Boylan was born about 1930 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. Domenic Leo was born July 14, 1914 in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and died February 10, 1969 in Lower Merion, Pennsylvania. James McAleese was born November 22, 1929, and died May 21, 1984in Havertown, Pennsylvania. Bill Boyland and Jean Boyland had 1 child:

Shirley Jean Boylan (“Shirley Boylan”) born March 20, 1949 in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, first married Peter Madden who was born February 29, 1948 in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, and later married Hank Coffey on February 14, 1995 in Maui, Hawaii and who was born June 16, 1939 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;



Domenic Leo and Jean Leo had 5 children:

Carol Ann Leo (“Carol Leo”) born November 11, 1954 in Bryn Marw, Pennsylvania, and married Richard Joseph Cannon (“Richard Cannon”) on October 14, 1973 in St. Denis Catholic Church in Havertown, Pennsylvania and who was born July 16, 1951 in Bryn Marw, Pennsylvania;

Domenic Donald Leo (“Domenic Leo”) born December 8, 1958 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married Susan Collins on October 11, 1980 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania and who was born March 13, 1953;

Jean Mary Leo (“Jean Leo”) born August 30, 1959 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and married Joseph Malatesta on May 3, 1980 in Havertown, Pennsylvania and who was born August 22, 1955 in Havertown, Pennsylvania;

Nancy Linda Leo (“Nancy Leo”) born December 25, 1960 in Bryn Marw, Pennsylvania, and married Ricky Jay Pasternack (“Ricky Pasternack”) on October 5, 1996 in Springfield, Pennsylvania and who was born June 2, 1955 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and,

James Leo born March 22, 1964 in Bryn Marw, Pennsylvania, and married Lisa Marie Castagna (“Lisa Castagna”) on October 17, 1998 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and who was born September 27, 1968 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Andrew Meak Cavender (“Andrew Cavender” & “ A.M. Cavender”) born September 3, 1901 in Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania, married Jeanette A. Forney (“Jeanette Forney”) in 1918, and died September 1, 1980, and is buried in the Serenity Garden Park Cemetery in Largo, Florida. Jeanette Forney was born August 8, 1901, died May 28, 1986, and is buried with her husband; and,

James King Cavender (“James Cavender” & “J.K. Cavender”) born October 22, 1903 in Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania, and died September 2, 1928.

Aravilla Alice Cavender (“Aravilla Cavender” & “A.A. Cavender”) born February 13, 1871 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania;

Maude May Cavender (“Maude Cavender” & “M.M. Cavender”) born May 25, 1874 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania;

William A. Cavender (“William Cavender” & “W.A. Cavender”) born June 7, 1877 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania;

Anie Jean Cavender (“Anie Cavender”, “Ann Jean Cavender”?, “Ann Cavender” & “A.J. Cavender”) born December 25, 1878 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania;

Jane Cavender born June 1, 1880 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania;

Lydia E. Cavender (“Lydia Cavender” & “L.E. Cavender”) born March 1, 1881 in Mahoning, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania;

Betsy Cavender (“Elizabeth Cavender”?) born May 23, 1888, and died June 28, 1888.

1839/10/08 Moody Cavender married Mary Jane Varney in Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.306
1839/11/02 George Hainline of Davis County, North Carolina grants a power of attorney to Jesse A. Clement ("Jesse Clement") to recover from James Cavender, administrator of Thomas Hainline's estate. 355
1839/12/17 Land Grant No. 2262 was granted by the State of Tennessee to Henry Cavender for 160 acres of land in Ocoee District, Tennessee, and was recorded March 19, 1841. In 1941 a Henry Cavenar ("Henry Cavender"?) was paying taxes on about 30 acres of land in District 13 of Marshall County, Tennessee. 95 & 355
1839 (1) F.A. Cavender paid taxes in Cocks County, Tennessee but apparently did not own any land. In 1840, he purchased 250 acres of "school" lands in the 9th. District of Cocks County, Tennessee. 355

(2) A first Charles Cavinder ("Charles Cavender"?) was then living in Independence County, Arizona.418

(3) A second Charles Cavinder ("Charles Cavender"?) was then living in Independence County, Arizona.418

(4) James Cavender paid poll taxes in the 13th. District, Williamson County, Tennessee.

(5) Patrick Cavender (“Patrick H. Cavender”? & “P.H. Cavender”?) paid poll taxes in the 10th. District, Williamson County, Tennessee in 1839.

(6) Joseph Cavender paid poll taxes in the 10th. District, Williamson County, Tennessee.

(7) Rebecca Cavender was then living in the 7th. District, Williamson County, Tennessee and owned 48 acres and 2 slaves. 122

(8) Joshua Cavender was born in England about 1839 and in 1850 was living in Illinois Precinct in Calhoun County, Illinois in the household of David Coeiter age 33 and born in Missouri. He may be the same Joshua Cavender who married Margaret L. McLelland (“Margaret McLelland” & “Margaret McCelland”?) in DeWitt County, Illinois on January 8, 1850.

(9 Mary Cavender was born in Illinois about 1839 and in 1850 was living in Pike County, Illinois.

(10) Sarah A. Cavender ("Sarah Cavender" & “S.A. Cavender”) was born in Illinois about 1839 and in 1850 was living in Pike County, Illinois. 310 & 337
1840/03/11 William Cavender and his wife, Mary Cavender (formerly “Mary Scruggs”), of Williamson County, Tennessee, and who were married June 2, 1847, sell to Nathaniel Harrison their one-eighth interest in Negro Rebecca. Mary Cavender was one of the children of John H. Scruggs ("John Scruggs"), deceased. 122
1840/04/05 James Cavender of Davis County, North Carolina pays $680 to William March from deed in trust to pay Mr. Pinkston, et al. 355
1840/08/31 Levi R. Cavender ("Levi Cavender") married Priscilla Freeman in Greene County, Ohio. 314
1840/09/29 John C. Cavender ("John Cavender", John Charles Cavender”?, “J.C. Cavender” & “John Calvin Cavender”?) either obtained a marriage license or married Ann Paschall in Greene County, Ohio on this date. 314
1840/10/22 Thomas Cavender married Mary A. Young ("Mary Young") in Ashbury, Delaware. 269 , 313 & 337
1840/11/20 Robert Cavender and J.B. Dunham entered into an agreement in Jackson, County, Indiana. On December 19, 1840, Robert Cavender entered into another agreement with Peter Boas ("Peter Boaz"?) in the same County. 338
1840 (1) ALABAMA (1840):

Eleanor Cavender was then living in Talladega County, Alabama.418

H.G. Cavender was then living in Montgomery County, Alabama.418

(2) ARKANSAS (1840):



Charles Cavender was then living in Washington Township, Izard County, Arkansas.418

(3) DELAWARE (1840):



Elizabeth Cavender #1 was then living in Christinana Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.418

Elizabeth Cavender #2 was then also living in Christinana Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.418

John Cavender paid taxes in Seaford Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware. 288

John Cavender was then living in Bridgeville, Sussex County, Delaware. 288

John Cavender was then living in Wilmington City, New Castle County, Delaware.418

Samuel Cavender was then living in Little Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware.418

Thomas Cavender was then living in Appoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware.418

(4) GEORGIA (1840):

George Cavender family was then living in the 4th.. District of Coweta County, Georgia and consisted of 1 male and 1 female 60-70, 1 female 30-40, 1 male 15-20, and 2 females 10-15. 355

J.H. Cavender family was then living in Spaulgin County, Georgia and then consisted of 1 male and 1 female 20-30 years of age, and 2 females under 5 years of age.

John D. Cavender ("John Cavender" & “J.D. Cavender”) family was then living in Union County, Georgia.

Joseph Cavender family was then living in Walker County, Georgia.

Joseph Cavender family was then living in the 434th. District, Hall County, Georgia.418

Obediah Cavender ("Obadiah Cavender"?) was then living in the 4th.. District of Coweta County, Georgia and his family then consisted of 1 male 20-30 and 1 female 15-20.

Rebecca Cavender family was then living in District 434, Hall County, Georgia.418

Wade Hampton Cavender ("Wade Cavender" & “W.H. Cavender”) family was then living in Capt. Nicklas District, Fayette County, Georgia.418

Washington Cavender family was then living in Walker County, Georgia and then comprised 1 male 20-30, 1 female 15-20 and 2 males under 5.

William Cavender family was then living in Union County, Georgia. 365 & 371

(5) ILLINOIS (1840):

Clement Cavender was then living in Pike County, Illinois.418

(6) INDIANA (1840):

Anson Cavender was then living in Dubois County, Indiana.415

Luke Cavender was then living in Paoli Township, Orange County, Indiana.415

Margaret Cavender was then living in Franklin County, Indiana.415

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