I am descended from (and named for) Hugh Wiley. My paternal grandmother was a Wiley from Boone Co. Ind. Our family history says Hugh was born on shipboard 1-18-79 on way to U.S. from North Ireland. They may have claimed he was born in Philadelphia for citizenship reasons. Parents were Scots- Irish. He had 3 brothers and 3 sisters, plus one sibling who died at age 6 before they emigrated. Hugh moved to Boone Co.about 1835,where he bought several hundred acres and farmed.He is recognized as one of the pioneers of the county. The children ranged from 8 to 30 years old when they moved.I believe they came from Nicolas Co. Ky., and imagine some of the children were maried there, possibly some or all the older 4 sisters did not move with their father. William Stephenson Wiley would have been about 22 at this time, being born 3-18-13. His two brothers, Hugh Robertson (2-22-21) and John Newton (5-6-17) farmed in Boone Co. area and are buried at Mud Creek United Presbyterian cemetary in Clinton twp., along with their father Hugh. I do not know where William and his wife are buried, but will ask relatives if they know, and look at census to see if he lived in the county. I would also be interested in wife's name, etc. I live fairly close, and plan to visit the cemetary to take more pictures the next time I am in the area. There are two other Presbyterian cemetaries in the area, as it was solidly Scottish for quite some time. One of my uncles still lives in Hugh's original farmhouse, and knows quite a bit about the Wileys. I hope this is some help, I have more information if you are interested,and wouldbe interested in any information you might be willing to share.