Pauline Davidson Hardin

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Pauline Davidson Hardin, 94, of Peaceful Hill Farm in Auburntown, TN, went home to be with her God on August 30, 2009, while in Jacksonville, FL. Born June 5, 1915, in Bakerville, Humphreys County, Tennessee.

She was a 1932 graduate of the Fanning School of Nashville, TN. Truly a renaissance woman, a student of life, friend to all creatures, gardener, farmer, lover of life, avid reader, caretaker to the sick, infirm, and elderly, mentor and life-long Democrat. She was also a devoted member of her beloved Auburntown Church of Christ.

Mrs. Hardin was predeceased by her parents, Hal and Martha Mayberry Davidson, her husband of 52 years, James Clifford Hardin, brothers Bowen, Porch, Thurman, Bryant, Droke Davidson, and sisters, Virginia (Sis) Mallard, Laverne Krida, all originally from Bakerville, TN; and grandson J. Allen Hardin, Jr.

She is survived by her brother Lynn “Dave” (Olga) Davidson (Nashville), and sister Doris Thornton (Waverly). She is also survived by sons Joel A. Hardin (Huntsville, AL), and Hal Hardin (Susan) (Nashville and Louisville); daughters, L. Carolyn (John) Nickens (Howey In The Hills, FL), and M. Gale (Robert) Sloan (Orange Park, FL); twelve grandchildren: Brandon and Cade (Tammy) Hardin (Huntsville, AL); Davidson (Bari) Hardin, John Hardin, and Delia (David) Hardin Darst (Nashville, TN); Dan (Ann) Nickens (Howey In The Hills, FL), Don (Debbie) Nickens (Melbourne, FL), Sheran (Sam) Cotton (Middleburg, FL); David Nickens, Paula (Earle) Pierce, Todd and Craig (Deena) Faulkner (Jacksonville, FL); nineteen great-grandchildren: Briana and Jasmine Hardin, Anna & Monica Hardin (Huntsville, AL); Carmen, Millicent, and Peter Darst (Nashville); and Rebecca (Jonathan) Hacker, Ryan (Carrie), James “Marc” & Chris Nickens (Melbourne, FL); D. Michael Nickens and Jennifer (Kyle) Moore; Joshua & Matthew Pierce; Tyler and Dylan Faulkner; Carson and Abigale Faulkner (Jacksonville, FL); Christopher Lanier (Middleburg FL); one great-great-granddaughter: Bailey Moore (Jacksonville, FL).

Mrs. Hardin is also survived by her friend of 70 years, Ruby Derryberry (Nashville, TN) and by Rio the Wolf Dog, Freddie the Pup, Snowy the Cat, Henry the Frog, Thomas the Crane, The birds, deer, and little rabbits on Peaceful Hill farm, along with innumerable other beings and creatures of all walks and ages.

The family received friends while she lied in repose at Peaceful Hill Farm in Auburntown, Tennessee, between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 2, 2009.

Services were held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, September 3, 2009, Auburntown Church of Christ, 15 West Main Street, Auburntown, TN presided by David Dunn. Grandchildren served as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers were the Derryberry family and Members and Friends of the Auburntown Church of Christ.

Interment was at Hendersonville Memory Gardens, Hendersonville Tennessee, immediately following services.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that a donation in her honor be made to the Auburntown Church of Christ, c/o David Dunn, 250 Knob Hill Road, Auburntown, TN 37016.

Woodbury Funeral Home, 504 W. Main Street, Woodbury, TN, was in charge of arrangements.

Cannon Courier, September 22, 2009 Woodbury, TN
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December 16, 2012 at 4:39pm
Hey Big Mama, just here to let you know i love you so very much, I miss you so. If you could only see how much I have grown, you would be so proud of me. I wish you were still here but I know you're up there in heaven with Big Daddy and all your loved ones waiting. Someday I'll see you again, I love you so much Big Mama. I still remember the last time I saw you. I will never forget how you loved the chicken from Ryan's. Well I'll leave you be Big Mama, I love you and will never forget you.

Much love,
Your great grand baby,
Brianna Hardin.
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