|Birth: ||Oct. 30, 1831|
|Death: ||Sep. 30, 1895|
John C. Markley was born in 1831, in Franklin county, Pa., a son of Daniel and Catherine (Cockley) Markley, of Lancaster County. John C. Markley received an excellent education, as his parents were in easy circumstances, and was reared to practical farming. He married Isabella A. Weaver, of Adams county, and after his marriage settled on a farm in Adams county which he operated until he engaged in the manufacture of windmills, of which he was a patentee. At a later date he resumed farming, in Butler township, Adams county. He became one of the most prominent and respected men of that locality, and for twenty-two years served as a justice of the peace.
Children: Urith, Florence, Charles F, Ruth A, Harry, Georgia, Grace, & William.
Daniel Markley (1802 - 1873)
Catharine Cockley Markley (____ - 1874)
Isabelle A Weaver Markley (1832 - 1916)
Charles F Markley (1856 - 1913)*
Harry E Markley (1861 - 1926)*
Daniel H. Markley (1828 - 1912)*
J. C. Markley (1831 - 1895)
Bethlehem Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Jere Arment
Originally Created by: Erica Swiger
Record added: Oct 22, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 79120474
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