buried at the New Bethel Church Cemetery in Parnell,
Wayne County, Ky.
He was born at Elizabeth, N.J., and enlisted in
Wilkes County, N.C., in 1778 as a substitute for his
father during the Revolution.
After the war he moved to Tennessee, to Hawkins
County, where he stayed about eight years. He lived
in Claiborne County for four or five years and then
moved to Kentucky, to the Wayne County hollow known
as Parmleysville, where he stayed about 20 years. He
also lived in Russell and Clinton counties. He spent
a year in Missouri and then came back to Kentucky,
living in Russell and Clinton counties.
That's great-great-great-great-grandson Allan Ray
Parmley [Randolph Hay, Roland Duvall, Miles,
Emerson Bell, Garner, John, Giles, Hiel, Nathaniel,
Nathaniel, John, John] who donated this picture.