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The John Wiley memorial beside a fieldstone marking a grave on the north side of his memorial in the same row. There are also other fieldstones on the other side of this memorial.

Here is the other side as mentioned above and we see fieldstones there also but not standing as clearly as on the other side. All the fallen trees may have somewhat smashed the evidence here.

WILEY, John, 1 Mar 1781 - 24 Feb 1857 (Son of Robert & Sarah (?) Wiley.)
WILEY, Mary W., abt. 1795 - death date unknown. married to John Wiley abt. 1815) There are two field stones one on either side of the John Wiley memorial. Chances are very great one of them belongs to his wife Mary W. (?) Wiley)
I trace my ancestry to James Hugh Wiley/(Wylie) the early Wileys of Maury County and still have not placed James Hugh Wiley in the genealogy charts with this family though it is highly likely he is related. James Hugh Wiley is the oldest ancestor I have proven, b. 1822,  Mecklenburg NC, d. Huckaby, TX, 1906.
This John Wiley fits well to be in the generation preceding James but I do not have the information to connect this. I recall in early records brothers Moses and other Wiley kin mentioned but I am careful with the old records as they are often inaccurate. 
Photo & info by Wayne Austin. 28 Oct 2008. Information on Mary W. (?) Wiley from Charts. 24 Sep 2011 and knowledge of this graveyard..