Here is a good place to start Alford research: http://www.alfordassociation.org/
There are Carleys buried in the Fowler Prairie Cemetery, Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin. If you need more info. I can contact you directly. I had written it all here and when I turned around from checking my record, it had all disappeared! Nice going!
Some of the Carley family is buried in the Fowler Prairie Cemetery, Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin:
CARLEY, Mrs. Sally M., b. 7-22-1809, d. 8-11-1888; CARLEY, G.S., d. 3-22-1882, age 52y; CARLEY, Mearl C., d. 8-04-1889, 61y 2m 12d; CARLEY, James S., Pvt 10th Wis Btry Light Arty Civil War; CARLEY, Alford,Jr., Age 1y 2m 12d. Also, ALFORD, Annie Belle, d. 3-26- 1882, 6y 11m; (daughter of Cyrus Alford, Jr.); ALFRED, ALFORD?, F.Y., Civil War. (This is Cyrus Lafayette Alford, Sr.) He joined in 1864 and was mustered out 1867, from Fort Seldon, New Mexico. I can provide a copy of his gravestone. Cyrus Sr. was a brother to my gr-grandmother, Clarinda.