THE ATTIC

REVOLUTIONARY WAR CANTEEN
Asahel Parmele 1743/44-1784
Lemuel, Nathaniel, Nathaniel, John, John

 

This wooden canteen, inscribed with Asahel's name [minus the "h"], can be found in the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.

Asahel served in Capt. Bezeliel Bristol's Company at the alarm of New Haven on July 5, 1779. of the Connecticut Militia. He was buried at Killingworth's Union Cemetery.


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