The information compiled in this book comes from many sources and is, to the best of my knowledge, true and accurate. Every effort has been made to keep errors to a minimum. However, I am human which always presents the possibility of error. If you find any errors please let me know so they may be corrected.

        The information was obtained from a number of sources such as books, tombstone inscriptions, public libraries, internet web sites and  verbal conversations with some descendants of William and Sarah, who are older and much wiser in these matters than I could ever hope to be.

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        The libraries where information was obtained are:

        1. Dickson County Public Library
        2. Fairview Public Library
        3. Franklin Public Library
        4. Hickman County Public Library
        5. Tennessee State Library and Archives
        6. The Library at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Williamson County, Tennessee.

        All of the information in these libraries are available to the public.

Source materials that were used are:
         1. Tennessee censuses for the years 1830, 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870,1880, 1900, and 1910. These were either in books or on microfilm.
          2. The 1850 Census of Williamson County, Tennessee
          3. The 1900 Census of Hickman County, Tennessee
          4. "Hickman County Marriages", volumes 1 and 2
          5. "Hickman County Tennessee Cemetery Records" parts 1 & 2
          6. "Williamson County Burials", volumes 1 and 2
          7. "Death Records of Williamson County"
          8. "Spence's History of Hickman County, Tennessee"
         9. "History and Genealogical Data of the Poyner, Burns, Meadows, Sudberry and Conyer Families"
         10. "Early Middle Tennessee Marriages" volumes 1 and 2
         11. "Maury Genealogists", volume 2
        12. "The Families of John Andrews, George Andrews, and Ephraim Andrews, With Allied Lines", by Ella Smith (Johns) Andrews.
         13. "Did You Know, Memories of Fly?" written by Vester Newell Humphrey.
         14. Genealogical Abstracts from Reported Deaths the Nashville Christian Advocate, 1885-1886.
         15. Local and not so local newspapers.

        The remainder of the information not obtained from any of the previously mentioned sources, came from individuals. Many of these are now sweet memories who have now passed away and gone on before us, waiting till the time of a great reunion of family, friends and loved ones. Some of them are:

          1. Ila Warf Pewitt who has gathered quite a lot of information over the years from several different people.
          2. Linda Miner
          3. Edna Waters McCorpin Warf
          4. Hollis Warf and his many family members
          5. Leslie Warf and his family members
          6. Edna Law
          7. Luther and Rita Warf
          8. J. B. and Hessie Warf
          9. Harvel and Etta Warf
         10. Mrs. Eugene Sealy, daughter of Horace Greeley Fox.
         11. Louise C. Ryan
         12. Don Warf and his book "The Warf Family".
         13. Mary Ann Fox Davis
         14. Jessie Valerie Warf Davis
         15. James Curren Warf (Jr.)
         16. Christina Kunz
         17. Vester Newell Humphrey
         18. Martha Sultz
         19. Wallace Primm

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        There are probably others, who for lack of good record keeping and poor memory, have been omitted. My deepest apologies to anyone that I may have failed to acknowledge.

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