This old barn will soon be gone - like so many old barns in rural Prince Edward Island.
This farm belonged to Will Horne who likely built the barn sometime in the 1930's. The farm was bought by Ross & Jean Brennan in the early 1970's - they lived here for near a decade. The property has changed hands a few times over the years. The barn has been used for storage for near 25 years.
My father, Wilbert Jeffery, worked here as a young man in the 1940's and 50's - he recalls this barn always being here.
Will Horne married Mary Gordon, daughter of John Owen and Grace (Riley) Gordon, of the Western Road in Alma.
Meacham's 1880 Atlas of Prince Edward Island show this farm belonging to a large section of land (240 acres) of the Estate of Rob't Gordon.
Cumin's 1928 Atlas of Prince Edward Island shows William Horne owning 75 acres here.
Above: the barn north side of the barn which is located on the south side of the Cheese Factory Road in Huntley. The Cheese Factory Road connects Huntley to Alma.
Above/Below: The northeast corner of the barn. The metal siding and roofing is being removed in preparation for demolition.