Maley, George W
Maley, George W.
an American Methodist minister, was born in western Pennsylvania in 1799; was educated at an academy in Butler, Pennsylvania; was converted in 1819; was licensed to preach and recommended to the Ohio Conference in 1821, and was appollsted to the Mad River Circuit; in 1822, to London; in 1823, to Piqua; in 1824, to White Oak; in 1825, to Piqua; in 1826-7, to Union; in 1828-9, to Wilmilngton; in 1830-1, to Hillsboro; in 1832-3, to White Oak; in 1834, to Madison; in 1835, to New Richmond; in 18367, to Milford; in 1838, to Franklin; in 1839-40, to Germantown; in 1841, agent for Springfield and Germantown Academy; in 1842, to Franklin; in 1843, to Eaton; in 1844-5, to Cincinnati City Mission. In 1846 he joined the Kentucky Conference, M. E. Church South; in 1846-7, was presiding elder of Covington District; in 1848 was appointed to Soule Chapel, Cincinnati, Ohio; the next ten years was supernumerary, and the remainder of his life superannuated. He died in Urbana, Champaign Co., Ohio, Dec. 14, 1866. In his last illness, though suffering, he was uncomplaining and happy, and sent his love and greetings to his ministerial associates: "Tell my brethren of the Kentucky Conference that I die in the faith, and in full fellowship with the whole Church, East, West, North, and South." — Minutes of Conferences, 1867.