Located along the banks of Onion Branch (formerly called Bullen Branch) a few yards off Gravel Hill Road from the bridge. No markers remain.
“A List of Revolutionary Solders Buried in Tennessee” prepared by Mrs. Penelope Johnson shows the following:
Thomas Bell, Broyles’ Cemetery, Washington County
Michael Broyles, Broyles’ Cemetery, Washington County
Washington County Tennessee Tombstone Inscriptions by Charles M. Bennett and the Watauga Association of Genealogists, vol. II, p. 217:
The files of Charles M. Bennett indicate that the following were probably buried there:
Nicholas Broyles – son of Jacob & Catherine Fleishman Broyles
His wife, Dorothy Christler, dau. of Theobolt Christler
Adam Broyles – son of Jacob & Catherine Fleishmann Broyles – & wife, Mary
Cyrus Broyles, son of Jacob & Catherine F. Broyles – & wife Mary Wilhite – & their son, Reuben, who died ca 1797.