"Relda" was the wife of William Harrison Parmley to whom she was married on Aug. 18, 1880. William was born Sep. 13, 1858 in Wayne Co., KY and according to his death certificate died on Jan. 10, 1933 in Kingsville.
William is buried at Chamberlain Cemetery in Kingsville, and "Relda" is presumed to be there as well.
Their children were:
Robert Edward, born in Texas, died Nov., 1955, place unknown. He was a resident of Guadalupe Co., NM when he registered for the draft on Sep. 12, 1918. In that record he was reported to be of medium height and build with gray eyes and light colored hair. He was then a self-employed stock raiser and farmer, age 36, born Jun. 26, 1882. He lived with his wife, Vada C. Parmley in Pastura, Guadalupe Co. In 1920 he was residing with his family in Vaughn, Guadalupe Co. In that census he reported his place of birth as Kansas.Update: Sep. 22, 2012: Robert Married Nevada "Vada" Webb, c1903. She was born Apr. 21, 1882 in AR and died Sep. 30, 1933 in Bryan Co., OK. She is buried at Bennington Cemetery, Bennington Bryan Co., OK. Robert married a second time to a lady named Laura, married name probably Chambers. In 1940 the family lived in Bryan Co. and there were two Chambers boys living in the household as "boarders."
Lenora, born Aug. 12, 1884 in Texas, died Nov. 20, 1884.Update Sep. 22, 2012: John Tomlinson and Manna Neta were married in 1920. He was born Jan. 28, 1897 in GA and died in San Bernandino Co., CA on Jan. 25, 1980. Manna died Nov. 5, 1930 in CA. After Manna died, John remarried to a lady named Madeline M., born c1892 in PA. No further info.
Charles Leroy, born in Nocona, Montague Co., TX, died Jun. 14, 1980 in Wood Co., TX. He registered for the WW1 draft on Jun. 5, 1917 in Union Co., NM. He was of medium height with slender build, blue eyes and brown hair. He was 30 years old, born Jun. 4, 1887. He listed his residence then as Centerville, NM where he farmed. He was unmarried at the time of registration. He is said to have married and divorced Minnie Lee Conckle between 1908 and 1910.
Thaddeus McCall was born in Bonita, Montague Co. He married Lizzie Williams on May 28, 1915, probably in Hartley Co., TX where he registered for the WW1 draft on Jun. 5, 1917. He was also of medium height and build with gray eyes and brown hair. He was 26 years old, born Jun. 28, 1891 in Nocona. He was married with one child, and a resident then of Channing, TX where he was a stock man. According to his death certificate, Thaddeus died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Wichita Co., TX on May 12, 1941. He was buried at Dumas in Moore Co., TX.
William Frank, born Oct., 1892 in Texas, died Jun. 6, 1982. He married Ella Pearl Parman of Missouri in March, 1914. No other information.
Manna Netta, born Jun., 1896 in TX, died Nov. 5, 1930 in California. Married John Hamilton. No other information.
Dosia Ann, born Oct., 16, 1897 in TX, died Jan. 5, 1994 in Kleberg Co., TX. She apparently died unmarried since her death is recorded as Dosia Parmley.Update Sep. 22, 2012: She was unmarried and lived with her mother in Kleberg Co., TX in May, 1940.
Lula Serilda, born Aug. 14, 1899, probably in TX, died Jan. 12, 1984. She married Frank John Elzik on Jun. 24, 1922 in Kleberg. He was born Jan. 10, 1901 and died Jun. 20, 1967.Update Sep. 22, 2012: Lula and Frank had at least two children: Frank, Jr., born Aug. 1, 1923 in Kleberg Co., died there on Jul. 6, 1973 and was buried at Chamberlain Cemetery in Kingsville, Kleberg Co. Their second child was Wilma Jean, born Mar. 24, 1926. No further information on her.
Andrew Jackson Coffey was born c1825 in Wayne Co., KY and died Oct. 25, 1899 in Montague Co., TX. He and Martha Jane were married on Jan. 8, 1850 in Wayne Co. She was born c1834 in Wayne Co., and died there c1876. Andrew was a son of Nathaniel and Louisa Durham Coffey. Nathan was a son of Joel who was a son of James and Elizabeth Cleveland Coffey. James was a son of John Coffey and Jane Graves.
Elizabeth Cleveland is said by some to have been a daughter of Edward Coffey and Grace Cleveland; Edward being a brother to John. I've seen no proof of this.
Both Edward and John were sons of Edward and Ann Powell Coffey.
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