More than century old barn to be moved


On Monday, employees of “The Barn & Cabin Friend” could be seen behind Morrow Funeral Home in Jeffersonville removing an old barn. The barn is owned by Dale and Penny Palmer — of Jeffersonville — who said Dale’s father played in the barn when he was a kid over 80 years ago. The couple said they believe it was built before the turn of the 20th century, making it well over 100 years old. A representative of The Barn & Cabin Friend on-site said the structure is not being demolished, but rather the wood will be moved to another location to be repaired before they rebuild the barn.

On Monday, employees of “The Barn & Cabin Friend” could be seen behind Morrow Funeral Home in Jeffersonville removing an old barn. The barn is owned by Dale and Penny Palmer — of Jeffersonville — who said Dale’s father played in the barn when he was a kid over 80 years ago. The couple said they believe it was built before the turn of the 20th century, making it well over 100 years old. A representative of The Barn & Cabin Friend on-site said the structure is not being demolished, but rather the wood will be moved to another location to be repaired before they rebuild the barn.


On Monday, employees of “The Barn & Cabin Friend” could be seen behind Morrow Funeral Home in Jeffersonville removing an old barn. The barn is owned by Dale and Penny Palmer — of Jeffersonville — who said Dale’s father played in the barn when he was a kid over 80 years ago. The couple said they believe it was built before the turn of the 20th century, making it well over 100 years old. A representative of The Barn & Cabin Friend on-site said the structure is not being demolished, but rather the wood will be moved to another location to be repaired before they rebuild the barn.

On Monday, employees of “The Barn & Cabin Friend” could be seen behind Morrow Funeral Home in Jeffersonville removing an old barn. The barn is owned by Dale and Penny Palmer — of Jeffersonville — who said Dale’s father played in the barn when he was a kid over 80 years ago. The couple said they believe it was built before the turn of the 20th century, making it well over 100 years old. A representative of The Barn & Cabin Friend on-site said the structure is not being demolished, but rather the wood will be moved to another location to be repaired before they rebuild the barn.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2019/04/web1_20190401_114534.jpgOn Monday, employees of “The Barn & Cabin Friend” could be seen behind Morrow Funeral Home in Jeffersonville removing an old barn. The barn is owned by Dale and Penny Palmer — of Jeffersonville — who said Dale’s father played in the barn when he was a kid over 80 years ago. The couple said they believe it was built before the turn of the 20th century, making it well over 100 years old. A representative of The Barn & Cabin Friend on-site said the structure is not being demolished, but rather the wood will be moved to another location to be repaired before they rebuild the barn.