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Bell Reves (“Bell Reeves”?);

William Cavenar ("William Cavender"? & "William Cavenor") born about 1849 in Tennessee, and married a Polina who was born about 1848. William Cavenar (“William Cavender”) and Polina Cavenar (“Polina Cavender”) had a daughter named:

Mary E. Cavenar (“Mary Cavenar” & “Mary Cavender”) born about 1868; and,

Polly Cavenar ("Mary Cavenar", "Polly Cavender"?, "Polly Cavenor"?, "Mary Cavender"? & "Mary Cavenor"? born about 1860 in Greene County, Missouri, and married Thomas Vermilion (“Thomas Vermillion”?) on April 25, 1880 in Lawrence County, Missouri.423

ELIZABETH CAVENAR ("Elizabeth Cavender", "Elizabeth Cavenner" & "Elizabeth Cavnar") born about 1812456 & 494 in Giles County, Tennessee, married James Porter who is believed to have been from Virginia and to have been previously married, and later moved to Carroll County, Tennessee. According to the 1850 census, she was then living in Robertson County, Tennessee with her 2 daughters, Jane Porter, and her married daughter, Mary Ann Osburn ("Mary Osburn"). She may have subsequently moved to Lawrence County, Arkansas with her married daughter, Mary Ann Osburn ("Mary Orsburn"), and died in March 1850433. Also living in her household in 1850 were Azer Orsburn ("Azer Osburn"?), Jane Cavender age 12, Thilitha Osburn ("Thilitha Orsburn"?, "Tilitha Osburn" & "Tilitha Orsburn"?) age 7.457 James Porter died in March 1850 before the census was taken. James Porter and Elizabeth Porter had 3 children:

Jane Porter born about 1831;

Mary Ann Porter (“Mary Porter”) born on December 3, 1833 in Marshall County, Tennessee, first married Azer Osburn ("Azer Orsburn")on either July 7, 1850 or on July 11, 1850 in Marshall County, Tennessee, later moved to Lawrence County, Arkansas about 1852, may have married a Fanning in Lawrence County, Arkansas about 1855, died on March 21, 1872 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and is buried in the Lancaster Cemetery in Lawrence County, Arkansas. Azer Osburn was born on October 19, 1832 in Marshall County, Tennessee, was the son of Thomas Osburn and Margaret Mays, on July 19, 1862 he was a private in Company B of the Army, deserted on April 27, 1863, apparently later served in Company F of the 42nd. Baber Infantry, was honorably discharged on June 5, 1865 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and died on May 9, 1912 in Lawrence County, Arkansas. Azer Osburn and Mary Osburn ("Ann Osburn") had 9 children:

James T. Osburn ("James Osburn") born on July 27, 1851, on March 12, 1863, he was a Private in the Army at Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas, died on June 26, 1941 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and is buried in the Dry Creek Cemetery;

Mary J. Osburn ("Mary Osburn") born on January 3, 1854;

Margaret E. Osburn ("Margaret Osburn") born on May 28, 1856;

Sarah H. Osburn ("Sarah Osburn") born on October 21, 1858, and married John S. Felts on June 20, 1880 in Lawrence County, Arkansas;

Susan C. Osburn ("Susan Osburn") born on September 16, 1861, and married John Lawson on May 4, 1859 in Lawrence County, Arkansas;

Frances D. Osburn ("Frances Osburn") born on October 15, 1863, and married David Baley ("David Bailey"?) on August 5, 1881 in Lawrence County, Arkansas;

Emily Osburn born on June 25, 1866 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, married James Martin Watson ("James Marlin Watson" & "James Watson") on September 3, 1893 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and died on December 2, 1931 in Leo, Cooke County, Texas. James Watson was born about 1850 and died about 1914. James Watson and Emily Watson had 5 children:

Edna Marie Watson ("Edna Watson") born on August 4, 1897;

Arthur Noble Watson ("Arthur Watson" & "Booger Watson") born on July 9, 1899;

Owen Ayer Watson ("Owen Watson" & "Stitch Watson") born about 1902;

Pearl Watson born on December 31, 1902; and,

Orel Eldridge Watson ("Orel Elbridge Watson", "Orel Watson" & "Sach Watson") born about 1905;

William Jefferson Osburn ("William Osburn") born on September 1, 1868 in Lynn, Lawrence County, Arkansas, married Harriott Jane Pryor ("Harriott Pryor") on August 25, 1887 in Strawberry, Lawrence County, Arkansas, became a Baptist minister, converted to Assemble of God and was the Pastor of the Assemble of God Church in Portia in Lawrence County, Arkansas for several years, died on December 2, 1943 in Black Rock, Lawrence County, Arkansas at the age of 75 years, and is buried in the Oak Forest Cemetery in Black Rock, Lawrence County, Arkansas. Harriott Pryor was born about 1870, was the daughter of James Pryor and Melvine Hardin, and died about 1950 at the age of 83 years. William Osburn and Harriott Osburn ("Jane Osburn") had 10 children:

Rena Euphenia Osburn ("Rena Osburn") born on July 7, 1887 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, married William Charley Hensley ("William Charles Hensley"? & "William Hensley") on July 29, 1906 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, died on July 13, 1913 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas at the age of 27 years, and is buried in the Crossroad Cemetery. William Hensley was born about 1885, was the son of William Hensley and Malissa Crutcher, and died about 1951. William Hensley and Rena Hensley ("Euphenia Hensley") had 2 children:

Gladys Mae Hensley ("Gladys Hensley") born on July 27, 1908 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, married Clyde Waco Young ("Clyde Young") on October 25, 1925 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, and died on September 29, 1952 in Indio, Riverside County, California. Clyde Young was born about 1907, and was the son of Jess Young and Ida Dobbs. Clyde Young and Gladys Young ("Mae Young") had 10 children:

Jessie Charles Young ("Jessie Young") born on August 7, 1926 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, and married Alma Pace on November 14, 1944 in Blysville, Arkansas. Jessie Young and Alma Young had a daugher named:

Patrice Ann Young ("Patrice Young") born on August 30, 1945 in Black Rock, Lawrence County, Arkansas;

Paul Young born on December 27, 1928 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, died 3 days later, and is buried in the Crossroad Cemetery;

Rene Willina Young ("Rene Young") born on February 27, 1929 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, first married Ward J. Maxson ("Ward Maxson"), later married Donald Reader, and later married Kennith Earl Kingsbury, Sr. ("Kennith Kingsbury" & "Kenneth Kingsbury"?) on December 17, 1944 in Paragould, Green County, Arkansas. Ward Maxson and Rene Maxson ("Willina Maxson") had 3 children:

Sharon Lynn Maxson ("Sharon Maxson") born on September 13, 1948 in Olaha, Hawaii;

Ronald Maxson born on August 7, 1949 in Oakland, California; and,

Ward Carl Grant Maxson ("Ward Maxson" & "Carl Maxson") born on December 10, 1951 in Oakland, California;

Donald Reader and Rene Reader ("Willina Reader") had a son named:



Donnie Reader ("Donald Reader"?);

Kennith Kingsbury and Rene Kingsbury ("Willina Kingsbury") had 2 children:



Kennith Earl Kingsbury, Jr. ("Kennith Kingsbury") born on September 30, 1945 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas; and,

Thomas Fredick Kingsbury ("Thomas Kingsbury") born on September 9, 1946 in Greenfield, Massachusetts;

An unknown child born on December 1, 1930 in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas, died the same day, and is buried in the Crossroad Cemetery in Portia, Lawrence County, Arkansas;

Verlon Marrie Young ("Verlon Young" & "Marie Young"?) born on September 3, 1932 in Tuckerman, Jackson County, Arkansas, and married Clyde Holt on December 4, 1949 in Yuma, Arizonia. Clyde Holt was born about 1929, and was the son of Calvin Holt and a May. Clyde Holt and Verlon Holt ("Marrie Holt") had 2 children:

Verl David Holt ("Verl Holt" & "Verlon Holt") born on November 29, 1949 in Oroville, California; and,

Doris Holt born in Indio, Riverside County, California;

Troy Franklin Young ("Troy Young") born on December 13, 1935 in Morran, Lawrence County, Arkansas, and married Mary Evangeline Hunt ("Mary Hunt") on October 9, 1954 in Reno, Nevada. Mary Hunt was born about 1938, and was the daughter of Walter Hunt and a Ruby. Troy Young and Mary Young ("Evangeline Young") had 6 children:

Marilyn Suzanna Young ("Marilyn Young") born on May 31, 1955 in Los Angeles, California, and married Mike Goleher ("Michael Goleher"?) on April 15, 1975 in Reno, Nevada;

Troy Allen Young ("Troy Young") born on May 30, 1957 in Hollywood, California, and married Judy Bayon ("Judith Bayon"?);

Timothy Franklin Young ("Timothy Young") born on December 11, 1959 in Santa Maria, California, and married Sherry McRental;

Lorie Marie Young ("Lorie Young") born on June 26, 1961 in Santa Barbara, California;

Becky Lynn Young ("Becky Young" & "Rebecca Young") born on April 11, 1966 in Medford, Oregon, and married Dou Vaughn in 1984 in Urika Springs, Arkansas; and,

Kimberly Kay Young ("Kimberly Young") born on April 3, 1967 in Nevada City, California, and married William R. Durham ("William Durham") in Westville, Oklahoma;

an unknown child born about 1937;

an unknown child born about 1938;



Melba Jean Young ("Melba Young") born in Steele, Pemiscott County, Missouri, first married Fred Ray Lemmons ("Fred Lemmons", "Freddie Lemmons" & "Frederick Lemmons"?), and later married Donald Edward Pygott ("Donald Pygott"), in Bakersfield County, California; and,

an unknown child born on September 13, 1945, and died the same day; and,

An unknown child born on July 13, 1913;

Ethel Laura Osburn ("Ethel Osburn") born on October 30, 1890, married Talley Whittingham on November 8, 1908 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, had 2 daughters and 1 son, and died in her sleep on December 11, 1959 from a heart attack at the age of 69 years. Tally Whittingham was born about 1886;

Mary Melvina Osburn ("Mary Osburn") born on October 5, 1892, first married Monie Oliver Watson ("Monie Watson"), later married George Whitmire on September 23, 1911 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and died on September 14, 1964 at the age of 60 years. George Whitmire was born about 1888. George Whitmire and Mary Whitmire ("Melvina Whitmire") had 3 children, and Monie Watson and Mary Watson ("Melvina Watson") had 7 children;

Cordia Ann Osburn ("Cordie Osburn") born on May 22, 1895, never married, and died on July 9, 1915 in Illinois at the age of about 22 years;

James William Osburn ("James Osburn") born on October 31, 1897;

Essie Laura Osburn ("Essie Osburn") born on February 9, 1900;

Floyd Owens Osburn ("Floyd Osburn" & "Owen Osburn"?) born on September 3, 1902, first married Edith Sellers, later married an unknown person, and died on November 10, 1945 1945 at the age of 40 years. Floyd Osburn and Edith Osburn had 3 daughters;

Lillian Beatrice Osburn ("Lillian Osburn") born on December 3, 1904 in Tuckerman, Jackson County, Arkansas, first married Harvey Smith, later married Jasper Higgingbottom, died on April 27, 1997 in Salem, Missouri, and is buried in the Oak Forest Cemetery in Black Rock, Lawrence County, Arkansas. Jasper Higgingbottom and Lillian Higgingbottom had 3 children:

Laquetia Higgingbottom;

Euphenia Higgingbottom; and,

Sonny Higgingbottom;

Chesley Azor Osburn ("Chesley Osburn") born on February 13, 1907, and died on September 2, 1915 at the age of about 9 years from congestion and chills;

Evert Jefferson Osburn (“Evert Osburn”, "Everet Osburn" & "Everett Osburn"?) born on March 3, 1909, first married Nola Johnson, later married Euna Smith, and died on January 4, 1952. Everet Osburn had 4 sons and 2 daughters; and,

Bessie Lee Osburn ("Bessie Osburn", "Betsy Osburn" & "Elizabeth Osburn"?) born on January 14, 1912, first married Robert Smith, later married Herman Beasley, and died in her sleep about 1970 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri at the age of about 58 years; and,

Henry Clinton Osburn ("Henry Osburn") born on February 28, 1871, died on March 10, 1934 in Lawrence County, Arkansas, and is buried in the Dry Creek Cemetery in Lawrence County, Arkansas; 452 and,

Margaret Porter, a stepchild, born on July 14, 1810, married William H. Osburn ("William Osburn") on December 31, 1829 in Maury County, Tennessee, died on July 8, 1881 in Maury County, Tennessee, and is buried in the Hill Cemetery west of Lewisburg, Tennessee. NOTE: Margaret Porter born in 1810 could not have been the daughter of Elizabeth Porter born about 1802. As it is known that she is the daughter of James Porter, then she must have been his daugther by a previous marriage. After the death of his father, William Osburn moved to the area where Alexander Osburn lived, and in the 1850 census his mothe, Ann Osburn, was listed as then living in his household.

WILLIE JAMES CAVENDER ("Willie James Cavenner", "Willie James Cavnar", "Willie Cavnar"?, "Willie Cavenner", “Willie James Cavender”?, "Willie Cavender", “W.J. Cavender” & "Willie Cavenar") born on either May 15, 1814 or on May 18, 1814433, 457 & 494 in Giles County, Tennessee, married Lewis Skidmore Hodge ("Lewis Hodge") on either August 29, 1835494 or on August 20, 1835457, bought the old home place in Marshall County, Tenessee in1847 and raised their family there, and died on February 13, 1894 in Giles County, Tennessee.423 Lewis Hodge and Willie Hodge had 10 children:

James M. Hodge ("James Hodge") born about 1837 and married Jane Wells. James Hodge and Jane Hodge had 4 children:

Will Hodge ("William Hodge") who married Nettie Redding;

Tennie Hodge;

Emma Hodge; and,

Dean Hodge;

Sarah I. Hodge ("Sarah Hodge") born about 1839 and married William Williamson. William Williamson and Sarah Williamson had 6 children:

Della Williamson who married a Walters;

Sam Williamson ("Samuel Williamson"?);

Jim Williamson ("James Williamson"?);

Fannie Williamson ("Francis Williamson") who married a Gowins;

Billie Williamson ("William Williamson"?) who married Lilias Davis; and, George Williamson who never married;;

Samuel W. Hodge ("Samuel Hodge") born about 1841, never married and was killed about 1863 in Resca, Georgia while serving in the Confederate Army during the Civil War;

William A. Hodge ("William Hodge" & "Billie Hodge") born about 1844, and died about 1864 in Bowling Green, Kentucky from the measles while serving in the Confederate Army during the Civil War;

Andrew Lewis Jackson Hodge ("Andrew Hodge" & "Lewis Hodge") born about 1846, married Margaret Ann Davis ("Margaret Davis"), and had no children;

Harrison M. Hodge ("Harrison H. Hodge", "Harrison Hodge" & "Harris Hodge") born 1848, first married Fannie Benton ("Frances Hodge"?) and had no children by his first marriage, and later married Grace Padgett. Harrison Hodge and Grace Hodge had a daughter named:

Fannie Hodge ("Francis Hodge");

Henry F. Hodge ("Henry Hodge") who first married Alice Reives ("Allice Reives"? & "Allie Reeves"), and later married Mamie Reives ("Namie Reeves"?). Henry Hodge and Mamie Hodge ("Namie Hodge") had 5 children:

Ernest Hodge;

Percy Hodge;

Ruth Hodge;

Murl Hodge; and,

Willie Hodge ("William Hodge"?);

Henry Hodge and Namie Hodge ("Mamie Hodge"?) had 4 children:



Dovie Hodge;

Homer Hodge;

Bernard Hodge; and,

Lucile Hodge ("Lucille Hodge"?); ;

Nancy Evelyn Hodge ("Nancy Hodge") who married William Harrison Tunnelle ("William Tunnelle"). William Tunnelle and Nancy Tunnele had 3 children:

Pearl Tunnelle who never married;

Bertha Tunnelle who never married; and,

Sarah Elizabeth Tunnelle ("Sarah Tunnelle") born September 19, 1883, and married Henry Clay Worley ("Henry Worley" & “Henry Wordley”?) August 21, 1909 in Lynville, Tennessee. Henry Worley and Sarah Worley had 4 children:

William Tunnelle Worley ("William Worley" & William Wordley”?) born August 21, 1910 in Waxahachie, Texas, married Elizabeth Mae Willie ("Elizabeth Willie") on November 27, 1952 in Dallas, Texas, and had no children;

Evelyn Worley (“Evelyn Wordley”?) born May 4, 1914 in Waxahachie, Texas, and married Hubert Huff Howie ("Hubert Howie") on December 25, 1938 in Waxahachie, Texas. Hubert Howie and Evelyn Howie had 4 children:

Hubert Huff Howie ("Hubert Howie") born July 15, 1942 in Waxahachie, Texas;

Nancy Evelyn Howie ("Nancy Howie") born January 23, 1947 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi;

Harry Worley Howie ("Harry Howie") born June 18, 1948; and,

Katheryn Anne Howie ("Kathryn Howie") born February 9, 1951 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi;

Katherine Louise Worley ("Katherine Worley" & “Katherine Wordley”?) born July 24, 1917 in Waxahachie, Texas and married Charlie Banner Newton ("Charlie Newton" & "Charles Newton"?) on September 28, 1940 in Waxahatchie, Texas. Charles Newton was born March 28, 1918 in Ennis, Texas. Charlie Newton and Katherine Newton had 2 children:

Sara Kathryn Newton ("Sara Newton" & "Sarah Newton"?), an adopted daughter born January 20, 1953 in Houston, Texas; and,

Charles William Newton ("Charles Newton"), an adopted son born March 14, 1956 in Houston, Texas; and,

Henry C. Worley, Jr. ("Henry Worley" & “Henry Wordley”?) born February 21, 1920 in Waxahachie, Texas and married Valentine Counts on April 22, 1944 in the military Base Chapel at Williams Field in Chandler, Arizona. Henry Worley, Jr. and Valentine Worley had 2 children:

Clay Harris Worley ("Clay Worley" & “Clay Wordley”?) born July 14, 1950 in Dallas, Texas; and,

Sara Lynn Worley ("Sara Worley", "Sarah Worley"? & “Sarah Wordley”?) born February 12, 1953 in Dallas, Texas; and,

Mary Catherine Hodge ("Mary Hodge") born about 1856 and married Samuel I. Craig ("Samuel L. Craig" & "Samuel Craig"). Samuel Craig and Mary Craig ("Catherine Craig") had 5 children:

Will Craig ("William Craig"?) who married Eugenia Collier. Will Craig and Eugenia Craig had 3 children:

Gladys Craig;

Dona Craig ("Donna Craig"?); and,

Lewis Craig;

Claudia Craig who first married Earnest Boatright, and later married Alban Taylor. Alban Taylor and Gladys Taylor had a son named:

Fred Taylor ("Frederick Taylor"?);

Luther Craig who married Roberta Orr. Luther Craig and Roberta Craig had a daughter named:

Clara Craig born December 2, 1908 who married John Jenkins. John Jenkins and Clara Jenkins had 2 children named:

June Jenkins; and,

John L. Jenkins, III ("John Jenkins");

Emma Craig who married Dallas Richardson and had no children; and,

Annie Craig ("Ann Craig"?) who died about 1918;

EVALINE CAVENDER ("Eveline Cavender", "Evaline Cavenar", "Evaline Cavenner" & "Evaline Canvar") born about 1816 in Giles County, Tennessee, married James H. Colvett ("James Colvett") about 1840, moved to Carroll County, Tennessee before 1860, and died in July 1863 in Carroll County, Tennessee. James Colvett was born about 1812 in North Carolina, and was the son of John Colvett and Luraney Andrews. James Colvett and Elaline Colvett had 9 children:

Nancy Louraine Colvett (“Nancy Colvett”) born about 1841;

John Thomas Colvett (“John Colvett”) born about 1843;

Mary Jane Colvett (“Mary Colvett”) born about 1847;

Sarah Elizabeth Colvett (“Sarah Colvett”) born about 1850;

Franklin Pierce Colvett (“Franklin Colvett”) born about 1853;

William Carroll Colvett (“William Colvett”) born about 1855;

Eleanor C. Colvett (“Eleanor Colvett”) born about 1857;

an un-named infant; and,

Harriet Colvett ("Harriett Colvett")

CATHERINE G. CAVENDER ("Catherine Cavender", "Catherine Cavenner", "Catherine Cavnar", “C.G. Cavender” & "Catherine Cavenar") born about 1820 in Giles County, Tennessee, married John Waldron ("John Waldrum"), and moved to Carroll County, Tennessee;

NANCY ELIZABETH CAVENDER ("Nancy Cavender"?, "Nancy Elizabeth Cavnar"?, "Nancy Cavender", "Nancy Cavenar", "Nancy Cavenner", “N.E. Cavender” & "Nancy Cavnar") born either about 1822433, 457 & 494 or about 1823 in Giles County, Tennessee, first married William H. Smith ("William Smith") who was born about 1817 and moved to Gibson County, Tennessee, and later apparently married Thomas E. Griffis ("Thomas Griffis") on September 17, 1846 in Marshall County, Tennessee. William Smith and Nancy Smith had 2 children:

James Smith born about 1839; and,

Obedience Smith born about 1850;

REBECCA CAVENDER ("Rebecca Cavenar", Rebecca Cavenner" & "Rebecca Cavnar") born about 1825 in Giles County, Tennessee, and married either William Lee433 or Edwin Lee494 and move to Maury County, Tennessee. William Lee and Rebecca Lee had 2 children:

William Lee born about 1847; and,

Susan Lee born about 1850; and,

THOMAS J. CAVENDER, JR. ("Thomas Cavender", “Thomas J. Cavender”? "Thomas Cavenner", "Thomas Cavnar", “T.J. Cavender” & "Thomas Cavenar") born on September 4, 1827 in Giles County, Tennessee, married Lucretia Hickman ("Lucrecy Hickman"), moved to Maury County, Tennessee, and died on May 14, 1891 in Maury County, Tennessee, and is buried in the New Ramey Cemetery near Culleoka, Tennessee together with his wife. Lucretia Hickman was born on December 25, 1831 in Giles County, Tennessee, was the daughter of Jesse Hickman and a Jane, died on November 9, 1898 in Culleoka, Maury County, Tennessee, and is buried in the New Ramey Cemetery in Culleoka, Maury County, Tennessee. Thomas Cavenar and Lucretia Cavenar (“Lucretia Cavender”) apparently had 7 children:

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