February 21, 1937 ~ November 21, 2020

Born in: Glasgow, Kentucky
Resided in: Glasgow, Kentucky

Barbara Jean England, 83, of Glasgow, passed away Saturday, November 21, 2020 at the NHC Healthcare facility in Glasgow. She was born in Glasgow on February 21, 1937 to the late Lincoln Roscoe “Buck” Carnahan and Sara Ann Sisco Carnahan. Barbara worked at many different jobs in her lifetime, one of which was Minit Mart in Indiana and was the manager of that store. She was a long-time member of Siloam Baptist church.

Survivors include ten children, Clifton Tarry (Loretta) of Tompkinsville, Brenda Berry (Dallas) of Indianapolis, Dennis Tarry (Linda) of Indianapolis, Robert Tarry of Glasgow, Sue Eatman (Kenny) of Glasgow, Jeffrey Tarry (Dawn) of Terre Haut, IN, Connie England (Rondal) of Glasgow, Thomas Tarry (Debbie) of Martinsville, IN, Mary Price (Tom) of Indianapolis, and Roscoe Tarry (Lee Ann) of Glasgow; several grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren, and seven step grandchildren also survive.

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her late husband, Danny Lee England; one daughter, Charlotte N. England; four brothers, Ellis, Roger, Harold, and L.R. Carnahan and Roy Junior Carnahan; one sister, Louise Settles.

A graveside service will be held at 11:00am Tuesday, November 24th at the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery for the family of Barbara England.

The funeral celebration for Barbara will be live streamed 11:00am Tuesday, November 24th, where family and friends may visit to participate in the celebration. All those who wish to honor and remember Barbara in person (25 people) at the service must wear a mask or other appropriate facial covering and practice physical distancing for the safety of those in attendance.

A.F. Crow & Son is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Barbara. Share your message of condolence with the family of Mrs. England at

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  1. Mom I will miss you so much . I know I will see you again. Until then God is watching you and keeping you safe and loving you. I will you give you the biggest hug when I see you again. Love you mommy.

  2. Fly high grandma 😔 you will be missed by so many. We will cherish our memories of you and continue to love you.

  3. Love and miss you always ma your the best mother in-law in the world more like a second mom to me I can’t believe your gone but you will never be forgotten until I see you again always in my heart I love you

  4. Grandma I will miss till the day we meet again I’m glad u got to see your great granddaughter and had many fun times together I will always love you

  5. So sorry for the family’s loss. Barbara was in my Sunday School class at Siloam. She will be missed. Sorry I am unable to attend the service.

    • SO,sorry to learn of Barbara passing, she was a beautiful lady inside and out, i will forever cherrish her sweet kindness, i know our loss is heavens gain, .so sorry for each of your family.

  6. Dear Family, So sorry to learn of Barbara’s passing. She was such a sweet lady and we truly enjoyed her friendship. She always had to give you a hug and tell you how much she loved you. This past year has had many trials for many people. We know she is in heaven singing God’s praises!

  7. My Friend I will miss you alot. I will miss our time together when I come in from ind to visit my sister Margaret England Now you are with her in Heaven Kiss her for me also my Brother Danny. see you someday. Love Ludy

  8. Thank you for being a wonderful mother in law, sticking up for me when I was afraid… glad u were there when it was time to give birth…couldn’t had a more experienced person! U will be missed Barbara Jean! —Candi

  9. Always loved Miss Barbara’s sweet spirit and beautiful smile. She was always genuine and loved big ❤️

  10. My heart hurts with how much I miss you. Several times you were my home. Thankyou my precious Grandma for everything you’ve done for me, and everything you taught me. For accepting me when i was unacceptable, for loving me when i was unloveable, and for teaching me it does matter how anyone else sees me, what matters most is how I see myself. All your lessons, will be within me forever. Rest at peace dear grandma, til we meet again and you hold your arms open for me to run into, like all the times before. I love you so very much.

  11. To Sue and Bridget. So sorry to hear about the passing of you mom/grandma. Sending hugs and prayers for both of you.

  12. Thankful for the times we shared in worship and mission service with Barbara always an encouragement… the toils of this life will seem nothing when we get to the end of the way.

    Our gratitude, love and prayers,

    Gerald, Karen and Derek Wood

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