Not my family line, just sharing.
The following Biographical sketch was copied from the book "HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI, INDIANA. Historical and Biographical. Illustrated. Chicago; F.A. Battey & Co., Publishers. 1883.
page 701, Harrison Township, Pulaski County, Indiana.
"JOHN R. WILEY (deceased) was born in Nicholas County, Kentucky, November 2, 1818; was reared to farming, and also learned the carpenter's trade. He was married, December 19, 1844, to MISS MARTHA E. MONTGOMERY, a native of Bourbon County, Kentucky, born in August, 1822, and the daughter of JOHN and CLARISSA (McKINNEY) MONTGOMERY, both natives of Kentucky, and of Irish and Scotch descent. By this union MR. WILEY became the father of four sons who reached maturity - WILLIAM H., JOHN R., EPHRAIM (deceased) and HARVEY A., and one son and one daughter who died in infancy. MR. WILEY came to this county November 2, 1848, entered eighty acres wild land, and bought 100 acres adjoining, where he found a small improvement. Here he reared his family, and acquired a good home of 220 acres. He was a firm Republican; he served as Justice of the Peace three terms, and also as Supervisor of Roads and School Director. He was for many years a member of the Presbyterian Church, and died April 28, 1877. His parents, ROBERT and HESTER (HOPKINS) WILEY, were both natives of Kentucky, of Irish and Scotch descent, and came to Decatur County, Indiana, in 1824. The homestead in this township is now in charge of the youngest son, HARVEY A., who was married at the age of twenty-three, to MISS ANNA L. CAMPBELL, of Boone County, Kentucky, born January 10, 1858, and daughter of MILTON and NANCY (MINCE) CAMPBELL, also natives of Kentucky. To this union there have been born three children - EARL (deceased), JESSIE B., and an infant (deceased). WILLIAM H. WILEY enlisted in January, 1862, in Company B, Eighty-seventh Indiana Volunteer Infantry, and served until the close of the war. He was married, April 9, 1867, to MARY EDMUNDSON, of Westville, Indiana, who bore him two children, the eldest - FRANK - still living, and making his home with his grandmother WILEY on the old homestead. JOHN R. WILEY was married at the age of twenty-six years to MARGARET I. SMITH, of Audrain. EPHRAIM WILEY was married at the age of twenty-two, to MARY WEST, of Chicago, became the father of four children, and died in February, 1881."