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Anna Cavender ("Anne Cavender"? & "Ann Cavender"?) family was then living in St. Paul 5th. Ward, Ramsey County, Minnesota.418

Carrie Cavender family was then living in Minneapolis 3rd. Ward, Hennepin County, Minnesota.418

Charles Cavender family was then living in St. Paul 5th. Ward, Ramsey County, Minnesota.418

Charles C. Cavender ("Charles Cavender" & “C.C. Cavender”) family was then living in St. Paul 5st. Ward, Ramsey County, Minnesota.418

Martin Cavender family was then living in Deluth 4th. Ward, St. Louis County, Minnesota.418

(4) OHIO:

James Cavender was living in Union Township, Fayette County, Ohio according to the 1870 census. A Jacob Cavender was then living in Concord Township, Fayette County, Ohio. At that time he was age 35 and born in Ohio about 1835, his wife was named Mary Cavender and she was age 36 and born in Ohio about 1834. Their children were: Sarah M. Cavender ("Sarah Cavender") age 13 and born in Ohio about 1857; Nancy J. Cavender ("Nancy Cavender") age 12 and born in Ohio about 1858; Sylvester Cavender age 10 and born in Ohio about 1860, Clara Cavender age 8 and born in Ohio about 1862; Rebecca J. Cavender age 6 and born in Ohio about 1864; Caroline Cavender age 4 and born in Ohio about 1866; and Loyd Cavender ("Lloyd Cavender"?) age 2 and born in Ohio about 1868.

(5) TENNESSEE (1870):

John Cavender age 52 and born in Tennessee about 1818, and in 1870 was living in the 4th. District of Hickman County, Tennessee. His wife, Elizabeth Cavender, was then age 51 and born in Tennessee about 1819, and his children still living at home were: Malinda Cavender age 18? and born in Hickman County, Tennessee about 1852?, and John R. Cavender ("John Cavender" & “J.R. Cavender”) age 16? and born in Hickman County, Tennessee about 1854?. 364

1871/01/01 Jessee Cox (“Jesse Cox”) of Williamson County, Tennessee, sold 20 acres of his estate to Jesse A. Prince ("Jesse Prince") but retains a life estate therein. On the same date, he sold 95 acres of his estate to William C. Cox, which land abutted the property of Samuel A. Thomas. 155, 157, 182 & 205

1871/01/17 Anna Cavender (“Ann Cavender”? & “Annie Cavender”?) married Owen Radcliff in Boone County, Iowa. FHL Number 1034318

1871/10/12 Asley Cavender (“Alsey Cavender”) married Richard Bridges in Coweta County, Georgia. FHL Number 470364

1871/10/18 Josie Cavener (“Josie Cavender”?, “Jose Cavender”?, “Joicy Cavener”?, “Jolanda Cavender”, “Jolando Cavender”? & “Joicy Cavender”?) married W.T. Green in Lawrence County, Tennessee.

1871 (1) John A. Cavender ("John Cavender" & “J.A. Cavender”) was a Town Assessor in Smyrna, Delaware. He apparently died in the latter part of 1883 in Duck Creek Hundred in Kent County, Maryland. 288, 337 & 343

(2) John Cavoner (“John Cavender”?) and Sicilly Bryan (“Sicilly Obrien”) had a child in Illinois on this date.

1872/02/01 Lydia A. Cavender (“Lydia Cavender” & “L.A. Cavender”) married John B. McClain (“John McClain”) on this date in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania while both were then living in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware.Vol. 82, pp 147
1872/02/09 Ellen Jane Cavender ("Ellen Cavender", “Ellen J. Cavender” & “E.J. Cavender”), daughter of Edward Cavender and Mary Cavender, was born in Brington, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. 306
1872/02/25 Martha A. Cavender (“Martha Cavender” & “M.A. Cavender”) married L.N. Lyon (“L.N. Lane”?) in Grimes County, Texas.
1872/07/17 Mary A. Cavender ("Mary Cavender" & “M.A. Cavender”) married Preston Shuck in Belmont County, Ohio. 360

1872/07/28 Silas Cavender died in Graves County, Kentucky, and is buried at the Old Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery. 186
1872/08/09? William Cavender married Nancy L. Standrage ("Nancy Standrage") in White County, Georgia. 371
1872/10/15 S.J. Cavender married J.E. Carmichael in Coweta County, Georgia.
1872 (1) M. Cavenor (“M. Cavender”?) married H.J. Kellon about 1872 in Texas.

(2) Michael Cavener (“Michael Cavender”?) was born about 1872 in Ohio to Michael Cavener (“Michael Cavender”) and a Mary.

1873/07/13 R.J. Cavender married J.H. Smith in Chatoosa County, Georgia.
1873/12/03 James W. Cavanor (“James W. Cavender”?, “James Wesley Cavender”?, “James Cavanor”, “James W. Cavender”?, “J.W. Cavender”? & “James Cavender”?) married Isabella A. Britton (“Idabelle A. Britton”?, “Isabella Britton” & “Isabelle Britton”?) in Cook County, Illinois. Also, a Guy O. Cavener (“Guy Cavener” & “Guy Cavender”?) married Mary A. Cobb (“Mary Cobb”) in Cook County, Illinois.
1873/12/06 Ann Cavender (“Anna Cavender”? & “Annie Cavender”?) married George Bryars in Catoosa County, Georgia. FHL Number 1299215

1873/12/18 John Cavener ("John Cavender"?) was born to Patrick Cavener ("Patrick Cavender"?) and Ellen Noriarty Cavener ("Ellen Noriarty Cavender"? or "Ellen Cavender") in Amherst, Hampshire County, Massachusetts. 306

1873 Charles Cavender (“Charles C. Cavender”? & “C.C. Cavender”?) was born in 1873 in Polk County, Tennessee, and died in 1938. His father died about 1882-1883 when Charles was about 9 years of age.
1874/10/24 Vilinda Cavender ("Villinda Cavender"?) married James Corbin in Belmont County, Ohio. 360
1874/12/04 John Cavender married Elisa Shields in Lanark County, Scotland.399
(2) Grace Cavender was born on this date, died about 1922, and is buried in the Bethel Cemetery in Chesapeake City, Cecil County, Maryland. Del. Archives, Dover, Del.

(3) James C. Cavender (“James Cavender” & “J.C. Cavender”) married Martha Ragldell (“Martha Ragsdale”) in 1874 in Arkansas.
1875/02/04 Sadie E. Cavender (“Sadie Cavender”) of New Castle County, Delaware married James M. Downs (“James Downs”) of Kent County, Maryland on this date in Kent County, Maryland. Sadie Cavender was the daughter of William Cavender.Vol. 33, pp 117
1875/02/21 John Cavner (“John Cavender”) married Mary Honey in Johnson County, Texas.

1875/10/06 G.W. Grimes married N.T. Cavender in Lewis County, Tennessee. 355
1875/12/18 Nannie Cavender (“Anne Cavender”, “Ann Cavender” & “Nancy Cavender”), daughter of William Cavender and a Mary (“Mary Cavender”), was born on December 18, 1875, probably in North Carolina, but is believed to have been actually raised by the James H. Cavender (“James Cavender”) family in Sherman, Grayson County, Texas, and she had 3 sons, one of which was born in Sherman, Grayson County, Texas . Her first husband, Thomas Perry Crain, Jr. (“Thomas Crain’ & “Tom Crain”), was murdered by being hung in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas by a group of black and white men. His body was apparently found by a James H. Cavender (“James Cavender” & “J.H. Cavender”) and a Burt Cavender. Nannie Cavender Crain later married Homer Bishop who moved the family, then comprising Nanny Crain Bishop (“Nannie Bishop”)and her 3 children, from Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas to around Sherman, Grayson County, Texas. Nannie Bishop (formerly “Nannie Cavender” or “Nancy Cavender”? & later “Nannie Bishop”) died on October 1, 1944, and is buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Shreveport, Louisiana.

The above Burt Cavender may have been the S.B. Cavender who married Ina May Wood (“Ina Wood”) born on August 15, 1891 in Cedar Hill, Dallas County, Texas. Ina Wood died in Februry 1976. Her last residence was Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas. She signed her social security application as Mrs. S.B. Cavender, and her parents were listed as being Whithern W. Wood (“Withern Wood” & “Whiting Wood”) and Ellen Buxton who were married some time before 1912, probably in Texas. She was located in Lamar County, Texas in 1900 in the home of her father. Her mother died a couple of years after her birth. She had 3 natural brothers and sisters and at least 2 half brothers and sisters.

James H. Cavender (“J.H. Cavender”)was born in Georgia on either April 10, 1842 or April 11, 1842. In 1860, he was living in Georgia with the William Roddy family, married Elizabeth Roddy (“Mary Elizabeth Roddy” & “Elizabeth Reddy”?) in Catoosa County, Georgia on January 2, 1862. Sometime during 1860–1870, he was also living in the household of William Roddy. He moved to Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas by 1880, in July 1905 was living in Johnson County, Texas, died on November 6, 1930 in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas at the age of 88 years, 6 months and 26 days, and is buried in the Godley Avenue Cemetery.

James H. Cavender had one sister named Matilda Cavender (“Matt Cavender”) who married a Duncan (thus became “Matilda Duncan” or “Matilda Ducon”) and they had a daughter named Pearl Duncan who in about 1910-1911 was living in Garner, Parker County, Texas.

This may be the same J.H. Cavender who was living in Precinct 6, Johnson County, Texas in 1880, and who was then listed as being age 38 and born in Georgia about 1842 and whose father was born in Georgia and whose mother was born in South Carolina. His his family then living at home included his wife Elizabeth Cavender age 36 and born in Tennessee about 1844 and whose parents were both born in Tennessee. Their children then living at home were:

Cordelia E. Cavender (“Cordelia Cavender” & “C.E. Cavender”) age 15 and born in Georgia about 1865;

Sallie A. Cavender (“Sallie Cavender” & “S.A. Cavender”) age 13 and born in Georgia about 1867;

Ida Cavender age 11 and born in Georgia about 1869;

Ella Cavender age 8 and born in Georgia about 1872; and,

Murtie Cavender age 2 and born in Georgia about 1878.

James Cavender had another sister named Talitha Cumi Cavender ("Tabitha Cavender" & "Elitha Cavender") who was born in Georgia in October 1837, married Leander J. Massy ("Lee Ander Massey"?, "Lee Massey? & "Leander Massey") on January 15, 1856 in Ringgold, Catoosa County, Georgia, moved to Garner, Parker County, Texas in 1874, in 1910-1911 was still living in Parker County, Texas, died on August 11, 1923 in Parker County, Texas, and is buried in the Bethesda Cemetery in Parker County, Texas. (Some say she was likewise living in the household of William Roddy at different times during 1860-1870.). A Nannie Cavender stated in her affidavit that she was 61 years of age and that she was present at the marriage of Leander Massey and Talitha Cavender.

Leander Massey was born about 1838 in North Carolina to William Massey born on November 30, 1790 in North Carolina and Jane Burch born on March 28, 1795 in Caswell Country, North Carolina and who was the daughter of a William Burch and Ann Milsap. Leander Massey volunteered for 3 years service on May 1, 1862 in Powder Springs, appeared on a muster roll from February 7, 1863 to April 1, 1863 as a Private in Infantry Company I of Gault’1st Georgia Regiment, was captured on December 22, 1863 in Lafayette County, Georgia soon after the fight at Missionary Ridge, on December 30, 1863 was in a Military Prison in Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, discharged on December 31, 1863 to Rock Island County, Illinois, received at Rock Island, Illinois on January 6, 1864, died on February 3, 1864 in Rock Island, Illinois in the Union Prison for Confederate Soldiers, and is buried in grave No 358 South of Prison Barracks in Rock Island County, Illinois. Talitha Cavender was born on October 10, 1837 in Catoosa County, Georgia, died from cancer on April 11, 1923 in Garner Community, Parker County, Texas, and is buried in the Bethesda Cemetery in Parker County, Texas. Leander Massey’s older brother, James W. Massey (“James Massey”) who was born about 1833, died on February 24, 1864 in the very same Union Prison for Confederate Soldiers in Rock Island County, Illinois. Also, still another older brother, John S. Massey (“John Massey”) who was born about 1836, died on March 17, 1864 also in the very same Union Prison for Confederate Soldiers in Rock Island County, Illinois.

Leander Massey and Tabitha Massey had 3 children who lived for a while with William Roddy and Mary Roddy in Chattooga County, Georgia. However, after learning of her husband’s death, Talitha Massey moved her family to Texas where her brother James H. Cavender (“James Cavender”) and his family were already living. It is said that she first settled in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas and later settled in Garner Community, Parker County, Texas. Telitha Massey was listed in the 1880, 1900, 1910 and 1920 census for Parker County, Texas, and in her application for pension filed in 1904-1905, she stated that she was then 65 years of age, thus born about 1829-1830. And by 1880, she and her 3 sons were living in Garner, Park County, Texas. She was listed in the 1900, 1910 and 1920 census for Parker County, Texas, died on April 11, 1923 in Garner, Parker County, Texas, and is buried in the Bethesda Cemetery in Parker County, Texas. The 3 children of Leander Massey and Talitha Massey were:



James Edward Massey (“James Massey”) born in October 1857 in Catoosa County, Georgia, married Martha J. Tate (“Martha Tate”), and died on January 7, 1928 in Parker County, Texas. Martha Tate was born November 1861 in Dickson County, Tennessee, and died June 7, 1906 in Parker County, Texas. James Massey and Martha Massey had 6 children:

Maude Massey born March 2, 1883 in Parker County, Texas, married Hollis Houston McDougal ("Hollis McDougal"), and died April 14, 1925 in Swink, Oklahoma. Hollis McDougal was born January 3, 1878 in Madison County, Alabama, and died March 5, 1959 in Swink, Oklahoma. Hollis McDougal and Maude McDougal had a daughter named:

Nellie McDougal born December 2, 1919 in Swink, Oklahoma, and maried Harvey Lee Weathers (“Harvey Weathers”) who was born about 1913. Harvey Weathers and Nellie Weathers had a son named:

Gary Don Weathers (“Gary Weathers”) born about 1940 and maried Tressie Lenore Wikinson, and they had a daughter named:

Laura Weathers;

Thomas J. Massey (“Thomas Massey”) born about 1885;

Mabel Massey;

Reuben E. Massey (“Reuben Massey”) born about 1889;

Lee A. Massey (“Lee Massey”) born about 1892; and,

Effie Mae Massey (“Effie Massey”) born about 1895, and married a Cheshire;

William Henry Massey (“William Massey”) born January 21, 1859 in Ringgold, Catoosa County, Georgia, married Ora Estelle Coalson (“Ora Coalson”), and died on March 15, 1930 in Garner Community, Parker County, Texas. Ora Coalson was born about 1863, and died about 1923. William Massey and Ora Massey had 4 children:

Ruth Marie Massey (“Ruth Massey”) born about 1898, and married Claud Eric Mayes (“Claud Mayes” & “Claude Mayes”) who was born about 1903, and died about 1952. Claud Mayes and Ruth Mayes had 2 children:

Emma Eillene Mayes (“Emma Mayes” & “Eilene Mayes”?) born about 1924, and married L.C. Autrey (“L.C. Audrey”?). L.C. Autrey and Emma Autrey (“Emma Audrey”) had a daughter named:

Patricia Ann Autrey (“Patricia Autrey”) who was born about 1964; and,

Thelma Estelle Mayes (“Thelma Mayes”) born about 1927, first married Lewis Wetzel, and later married Henry Wayne Straight (“Henry Straight”)



Henry Grady Massey (“Henry Massey”) born about 1900, married Elizabeth Howard, and died about 1973. Elizabeth Howard was born about 1904. Henry Massey and Elizabeth Massey had 2 children:

Frances Massey born about 1924, first married Billy Joe Lee (“Billie Lee” & “William Lee”), and later married William G. Crosland (“William Crosland” & “William Crossland”?) who was born about 1918. Billy Lee and Patricia Jo Lee (“Patricia Lee”) born about 1946, and married Carey Lynn New (“Carey New”) who was born about 1940. Carey New and Frances New had 2 children:

Elizabeth Jo New (“Elizabeth New”) born about 1963; and,

Gary Scott New (“Gary New”) born about 1969; and,

Charles Massey born about 1932;

Joseph Vines Massey (“Joseph Massey”) born about 1902, and married JuliaBeckworth who was born about 1922. Joseph Massey and Julia Massey had a son named:

Malcolm Earl Massey (“Malcolm Massey”) born about 1925, and married Burelle Babcock. Malcolm Massey and Burelle Massey had 3 children:

Cynthia Massey born about 1961;

Joe Will Massey (“Joe Massey” & “Joseph Massey”) born about 1963;

Patricia Massey born about 1966; and,

Ralph Edwin Massey (“Ralph Massey”) born about 1906 and died about 1908; and,

Samuel Martin Massey (“Samuel Massey”) born in January 1862 in Catoosa County, Georgia, married Ella Nora Smith (“Ella Smith”) about 1894, and died about 1916 in Garner Community, Parker County, Texas. Ella Smith was born on February 9, 1875 in Georgia, died on June 25, 1954 in Weslaco, Texas, and is buried in the Bethesda Cemetery in Garner, Parker County, Texas. Samuel Massey and Ella Massey (“Nora Massey had 9 children:

Margaret Massey born in January 1895, and married Jack Baucum (“John Baucum”);

John W. Massey (“John Massey”) born in February 1897;

Lucinda Massey born in January 1900, and died on April 29, 1980;

Jenny Estelle Massey (“Jenny Massey”) born on January 4, 1905 in Parker County, Texas, married Clarence T. Wise (“Clarence Wise”), and died on July 25, 1976 in Weslaco, Texas. Clarence Wise and Jenny Wise had 4 children:

Allen Wise who married Pat Malloy (“Patricia Malloy”);

Dennis Troy Wise (“Dennis Wise”) who had a daughter named:

Dana Wise;

Jimmy Dale Wise (“Jimmy Wise” & “James Wise”); and,

J.C. Wise who married a Betty;

Homer Massey born on May 25, 1905, married a Clio, and died in Weslaco, Texas;

Charles Roy Massey (“Charles Massey”) born on August 5, 1907 in Garner, Parker County, Texas, married Jonny Lucille McKinzey (“Jonny McKinzey”), and died about 1997. Jonny McKinzey was born about 1908, and died about 1999. Charles Massey and Jonny Massey had 8 children:

Charles Martin Massey (“Charles Massey”) born about 1927,first married Ethel Dean Mosley (“Ethel Mosely”), later married a Jean, and still later married a Dorothy. Charles Massey and Ethel Massey had 7 children:

Jeffrey Alan Massey (“Jeffrey Massey”) born about 1927, first married an unknown person, later married Ethel Dean Mosely, and still later married a Heather;

Patsy Ruth Massey (“Patsy Massey”) born about 1828, and married James H. Capp (“James Capp”) who died about 1998. James Capp and Patsy Capp had 6 children:

James Davis Capp (“James Capp”) born about 1953, first married a Patty, and next married Jan Jordan. James Capp had 2 children:

Allan Capp; and,

Kaycie Nicole Capp born about 1982;

William Robert Capp (“William Capp”) born about 1955, first married a Patty, and later married an unknown person. William Capp and Patty Capp had 1 child:

Patricia Jeanneane Capp born about 1978;

William Capp had another child by his second marriage named:

Christine Diane Capp (“Christine Capp”);



Michael Wayne Capp (“Michael Capp”) born about 1958, and married Cheryl Garner. Michael Capp and Cheryl Capp had 2 children;

Spencer Capp; and,

An unknown Capp;

John Robert Capp (“John Capp”) born about 1960;

Melissa Diane Capp (“Melissa Capp”) born about 1962, and married Dennis Chovan. Dennis Chovan and Melissa Chovan had 2 children:

Luke Chovan; and,

An unknown Chovan; and,

Nancy Lea Capp (“Nancy Capp”) born about 1963, and married Jimmie Roy Massey (“Jimmie Massey” & “James Massey”?) who was born about 1930;

Jimmy Roy Massey (“Jimmy Massey” & “James Massey”) born about 1930, and married Jerry Neville Brooks (“Jerry Brooks”). Jimmy Massey and Jerry Massey had 4 children:

Lisa Lou Massey (“Lisa Massey”) born about 1956, and died the same year;

Phillis Ann Massey born about 1957;

Scott Matthew Massey (“Scott Massey”) born about 1967;

Jimmy Roy Massey, Jr. (“Jimmy Massey”), a stillborn;

Mary Pearl Massey (“Mary Massey”) born about 1932, and married Lamar Edward Peterson (“Lamar Peterson”) who was bornabout 1932. Lamar Peterson and Mary Peterson had 2 children:

Pamela Carol Peterson (“Pamela Peterson”) born about 1957, first married Ronnie Clegg (“Ronald Clegg”?), and later married Charles Douglas Vines (“Charles Vines”) born about 1956. Pamela Peterson had a child named:

Heather Nicole Watlington (“Heather Watlington”);

Charles Vines and Pamela Vines had 4 children:

Jason Neil Vines (“Jason Vines”) born about 1975;

Melanie Marie Vines (“Melanie Vines”) born about 1977;

Christopher David Vines (“Christopher Vines”) born about 1980; and,

Kimberly Anne Vines (“Kimberly Vines”) born about 1982; and,

Paula Anne Peterson (“Paula Peterson”) born about 1960, first married Mark Stephen Summitt, and later married Jon Kendall Cook (“Jon Cook”). Mark Summit and Paula Summitt had 2 children:

Devin Marie Summitt (“Devin Summitt”) born about 1987; and,

Jack Lamar Summitt (“Jack Summitt” & “John Summitt”?) born about 1988;

Jon Cook and Paula Cook had 1 child:

Leland Preston Cook;

Peggy Lou Massey (“Peggy Massey”) born about 1934, married Ben W. Emerson (“Ben Emerson” & “Benjamin Emerson”);

Judy Kay Massey (“Judy Massey”) born about 1942, married Gaylon Cook, and died about 1999. By his prior marriage to a Lisa Tubbs, Gaylon Cook had 2 children:

Gary Edward Cook (“Gary Cook”) born about 1960, and had 2 unknown children; and,



Danny Charles Cook (“Danny Cook” & “Daniel Cook”) born about 1965, and had 2 unknown children;

Janice Ann Massey (“Janice Massey”) born about 1947; and,

Tommy Ray Massey (“Tommy Massey”) born about 1950, and married a Billie;

Samuel Massey born on December 10, 1910;

Mary Talitha Massey (“Mary Massey”) born on December 31, 1912, married Ezra L. Buckley (“Ezra Buckley”), and died in September 1983. Ezra Buckalew and Mary Buckalew had 4 children:

Eddie Buckalew;

Marcia Gail Buckalew (“Marcia Buckalew”);

Malcolm Buckalew; and,

Dannie Buckalew (“Daniel Buckalew”?); and,

Infant Massey born on February 14, 1918.362 & 488

1875 Ida Cavender was born in Washington, D.C. She was the daughter of M.C. Cavender born 1875 in Miami County, Ohio, granddaughter of Robert Cavender born 1813 in Miami County, Ohio, and great granddaughter of Robert Cavender born in 1793, place of birth unknown.269 An Ida M. Cavender ("Ida Cavender") married George Reily ("George Reiley"?) in Daviess County, Indiana on December 28, 1887.403

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