Barker Family Cemetery
Located behind the private house at the corner of Frank Hitchcock Road and Rte. 32.
Transcribed by Sylvia Hasenkopf August 20,
1999. Validated in the summer of 2010 and
all stones digitized.
The pictures of the tombstones are in the possession of the Cairo Historical Society.
This monument was erected in memory of Elizabeth Taylor, d. August 7, 1802, aged 38y
This monument was erected in memory of Thomas Taylor, d. March 17, 1813, aged 47y
James, s/o James & Elizabeth Barker, d.
September 27, 1767, aged 1y1m
Sarah Dederick, d. October 21, 1792, aged 1y4m
Mary, w/o Frederick Dederick, d. February 18, 1831, aged 70y
In Memory of Elizabeth, w/o James Barker, d.
May 18, 1796, aged 58y
According to the History of Greene County published by J.B. Beers, another stone was located at the plot, but is missing in 1999.
John E. Barker, born in England December 14, 1764, died in America Dec 19th, 1835 aged 72 years and 5 days.
Beers notes that all inhabitants of this plot are of the Barker Family.