Thank you for the reply. I don't think your Frank Garley is my Grandfather who was born in 1881 in Licking, County, Ohio.
I have been searching for the name of his father and mother for years. Yes, there are many Garley's in New Mexico and also a Frank Garley in Washington State and Washington, DC however, not my Frank and I have never been able to connect my Frank to any Garley in New Mexico. When my grandmother was alive, the only thing she would say is that he died. She never gave out any information to me or my dad. Frank Edward Garley did sign up for the WW1 draft and sign a deed over to my great uncle Jesse Polley in Maysville, Kentucky. in 1923. He is listed on the 1920 Census with Lena and Estil. I noticed that you have listed Lena Polley as the wife of your Frank. I have noticed that you also listed my ex brother-in-law, Reed Frost and his daughter Emmi on your Frank Garley information. I don't think your Frank Garley is the same person as my Frank Garley. Thank you for your reply. Most, if not all men living in Ohio, part of Kentucky, Pennsylvania were in the Union Army. The earliest Garley I could find in Ohio, Licking County was in 1860 and I have been unable to make a connection to my Frank Edward Garley. If you ever find a connection of a Garley to the surname POLLEY please let me know.