Mrs. Andrew Hardin, a well known resident of Curdsville, died Wednesday night after a week’s illness with paralysis and complications. She was a young matron in the prime of life and her passing is a deep sorrow to her relatives and friends. She was a member of Shawnee Run Baptist church and her funeral will be held there this morning (Friday) at 11 o’clock, Rev. W. D. Moore officiating, and the interment will be in the adjoining cemetery. She is survived by her husband, but no children.
The Harrodsburg Herald, Mercer County, Kentucky
Friday, June 15, 1917
Andrew W. Hardin died July 29, 1937, being 68 years of age as he was born March 2, 1869. He was the son of James and Rayney Middleton Hardin. His first wife was Della Back. To this union there were born four children, all of whom died in infancy. August 25, 1920 he was married to Miss Betsy Currens, who survives him. To this union four children were born, three of whom now survive him, Edward, 15, Thermion, 13, and Charles Andrew, 8. Besides his wife and three children he leaves the following brothers and sisters: Robert Hardin, High Bridge; Mrs. H. P. Warren, Ludlow, Ky.; Mrs. J. R. VanArsdall, Mrs. C. W. Landers, Miss Mary Hardin, George and Moss Hardin, all of Mercer county, also two half-brothers, Will and Elbert Hardin. He was a member of the Baptist church, but had been unable to attend in his later years due to failing health. His funeral was held Sunday afternoon, August 1, 1937, at Shawnee Run Baptist church, Rev. J. D. McClung, pastor in charge assisted by Rev. T. Hassell Bowen, of the Christian church, Harrodsburg. Burial in the Shawnee Run cemetery. The pall bearers were: Ed Marksbury, Dr. J. B. RoBards, Lee James Coleman, Richard Corman, George W. Edwards and Herman Gaines.
The Harrodsburg Herald, Mercer County Kentucky
Friday, August 6, 1937