- Kite - Barker Motors. Circa 1919 Bristol. (304 KB)
Courtesy Joe F. Smith in "A Pictorial History,Southwest Washington County, Va."
- John Barker in Snowflake, Scott County, Virginia (77 KB)
Picture taken August 1999 while on vacation.
- Rev. William Millard Barker, Sr. (7 KB)
Courtesy Constance Barker. The caption read "Associate Editor, Landmark Baptist, Little Rock Ark".Rev. Barker organized the "great" Barker family reunion in Mendota, VA in 1906.
- Campbell Heiskel Barker and Family (81 KB)
Courtesy Pat Jones. L/R standing: Seaton Graves, Campbell Jr., Ben Harrison, Early Clifton (front), Lillie Mae, EphraimBuck. Seated L/R: Cambell Sr., Fairzina Good-Hensley Barker
- Mendota (Kinderhook), Washington County, VA (386 KB)
With permission from Edgar A. Howard (email@example.com). This is a scanned portion of Edgar's "Historical Map of Washington County, Virginia".
- Squire Leander Barker and family (156 KB)
Courtesy Marilyn Moore. Christmas 1888. Back row L/R: Troupe Turner, Alice Barker Turner (her wedding day), Minnie Barker, Ben Barker, Ida Barker, Charles Burton Barker. Front row L/R: Mattie Barker, Squire Leander Barker, Elliott Barker, Priscilla McQuire Barker, Pearl Barker.
- Rev. James William Barker and Family (102 KB)
Courtesy William McKinley Barker. L/R Clarence, Lillie, Elisha, Della, Roy. Halley (sitting), Rev. James, Louis, Ralph, Martha Jane.
- Fort Kilgore (90 KB)
Courtesy Danny Dixon (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Frederick Washington Barker (103 KB)
Courtesy Constance Barker
- Charles Chiles Barker and Eliza Clayman (77 KB)
Courtesy Jean Ousley and Noble Barker
- William Bays Barker Mill Mendota (83 KB)
William Bays Barker/ Peter L. Barker Mill Mendota, VA circa 1900. Courtesy Susan Vicars and Creola Litton Houser.
- Squire Omar Barker. Cowboy Poet. (40 KB)
As shown in The Albuquerque Tribune. Dec. 24, 1998. Courtesy Bob and Jodie Phillips.
- Henry Clay Barker and Family (331 KB)
Circa 1913.L/R: Carrie,Ada May,Henry Clay Barker, Ernest, Nina "Bettie", Ettie Elizabeth,Sylvester "Vester", Norman. Courtesy Glenna McClain.
- Rev. Wilson Gilvan Barker (76 KB)
Rev. Barker established Buffalo Male and Female Institute which was later named Milligan College.
- Colonel James Madison Barker, Sr. (78 KB)
Courtesy Dondra Hatcher. A true Southern "Colonel" in the family. "Colonel" was a courtesy title not a military title.
- Elbert Sevier Barker & Family. 1927. Cleveland, TN (207 KB)
Courtesy Jeannie Barker. Front L/R: Kenneth Charles, Flint Copeland, Jr., Buford Brock, Warren Copeland, Wash. Kaylor Barker, Carson Barker, Middle L/R: Opal T. Barker Cantrell, Virginia Kathryn Barker, Myrtle Mary Flynn Barker, Elbert Sevier Barker, Thecla Copeland, Charmye Kaylor Barker Copeland, Hattie Fay Barker. Back L/R: Melinda Copeland, Flint Copland, Sr., Minnie Jackson Barker, Bluford Stevenson, King Samuel Barker, Oneita Barker Brock, Thomas Cantrell, Ernest Jackson Barker.
- Mendota, Virginia 2001 (129 KB)
Mendota as seen from the Clinch Mountain on the old Barker Toll Road in December 2001. "...nestled at the foot of Clinch mountain where rolls theNorth Fork of the Holston."
- Sampson Barker (70 KB)
Sampson Barker from p.197 of "Bald Knobbers: Vigilantes on the Ozarks Frontier". Sampson was one of the leaders of those against the vigilantes.
- Descendants of Joel Nevils Barker. Circa 1870. (67 KB)
Courtesy Jane Gottschall. Col. James Madison Barker, Sr., Rev. Wilson Gilvan Barker, William Samuel Barker, Mary Jane Barker, Susan Nannie Barker.
- Barker School (57 KB)
From "A Pictorial History,Southwest Washington County, Va." photo CD by Joe F. Smith
- Kelly, Homer and Nelson Barker (70 KB)
Courtesy Melinda Barker Lewis. Circa 1908. Kelly Fuller Barker, William Homer Barker, Charles Nelson Barker. Notice the crazy quilts in the background. This photo reconstructed by William Wayne Barker. My grandfather is the oldest and shown in the middle.
- Abrams Falls Church (84 KB)
Courtesy Joe F. Smith in his photo CD "A Pictorial History, Southwest Washington County, Va."
- Rev. Sherwood Millard Barker, Jr. (68 KB)
Father of Rev. William Millard Barker, Sr.