Barber Cemetery – Burial of Reuben & Hannah (Chagum) Barber

Just wanted to re-share this post I had done on March 29, 2013~

"Ever Widening Circle"

Barber Cemetery - Burial of Reuben & Hannah (Chagum) Barber Part 1

Barber Cemetery 2Documents donated by Marianne “Cookie” Reimsnyder

Cemetery is located off of King Rd. in Beaver Dams New York

Note from Coni: Hannah & James Tombstone’s were unreadable – we used paper and some chalk to get last Hannah & James Tombstones.

Reuben Barber Tombstone

Reuben Barber's Tombstone Reuben Barber’s Tombstone

April 1949 - The Elmira Advertiser - Another Hero Gone - Reuben Barbour April 1849 – Reuben Barbour Obit – The Elmira Advertiser

Hannah Barber Tombstone Hannah Barber Tombstone

Hannah (Chagum) Barber Obit - Montour Falls NY Scrapbooks Hannah (Chagum) Barber/Barbour Obit – Montour Falls NY Scrapbooks 1-6-0137

James Barber Tombstone James Barber Tombstone

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