Hi Judith, It's great to connect with somebody following our Brockett line. How are you related? Anna (Brockett, Feeter) Carley was my gg gramma, and AA Carley was my step gg gramps.
To answer your question, Anna Feeter would have married AA Carley about 1880 I believe it was (all my notes are in storage) because my gg gramps, John Feeter, died at age 33 in 1870.
Anna and my gr. gramps/her son Frank Feeter must have met AA Carley before moving down to Truxton, Cortland Co., NY from Little Falls, NY area (Dolgesville, formerly called "Brocketts Bridge," NY) where they lived and where Anna's/our Brockett line had been for a few generations.
I have not found any info on AA Carley, though family lore is that he was a judge. I have been to his gravesite at the Cortland main cemetery, up on the hill in the "Carley-Feeter" plot, buried with Anna and many of my Feeter line. -ironically my gg gramps John Feeter (Anna's first husband), is buried in the Salisbury Cemetery (north of Little Falls) with Anna's parents (my ggg grandparents), abolitionist Zenas Brockett and his wife Candace (Saisbury) Brockett... and Anna is buried in the Carley-Feeter plot in Cortland, NY.
I hope this helps. Please contact me if you can add more info; I'm excited to learn it! -Clayclayfeeter@aol.com
ps.AA Carley was the stepfather of my g gramps Frank Feeter, and I guess the kindness AA showed translated to him giving the Carley name to one of his three sons: - my middle name is Carley; my brother's son's middle name is Carley, my grandfather Alburtis Feeter's middle name is Carley, and NONE of us are directly related by blood to the Carley line...