His CMSR shows two spellings - Locklar is the most common on company records, although once it is spelled Lockler. Union POW records show Lockler. None show Lockley. Records are spotty. They show that he enlisted either Aug. 2 or Aug. 8, 1861, in Chambers County. He was under arrest once, in the hospital twice, (due to wounds on at least one occasion), and, late in the war, he deserted. His records can be ordered from this board at http://history-sites.com/research/
He is also listed in the Alabama archives: http://www.archives.state.al.us/civilwar/soldier.cfm?id=120777
Note that this record is not contemporary, but from a list written by a veteran in 1903.