Marcellus Hartley (L), for whom HARTLEY FARMS is named, as a young man in New York City in the 1840's. During the Civil War, Mr. Hartley was made a Brigadier General by President Lincoln and was in charge of procuring for the Union Army. Mr. Hartley, had great success as an industrialist and financier (R), and as Chairman of the Union Metallic Cartridge Corporation, later to be called Remington Arms.