TENNESSEE
        I'm sure there are others but the only Warf reunion I know of in Tennessee is held at the Warf Cemetery in Hickman County. This cemetery is said to be on land that was originally owned by William and Sarah G. Dameron Warf when they settled here after leaving Virginia. This is an annual event which is held on the second Saturday in August. Originally, this was a day of work to maintain the cemetery. However, the cemetery is now under perpetual care and the day is solely for fellowship with family members and for what seems to be a favorite passtime for all involved . . . eating.

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       If you know of any more Warf Family Reunions, please let me know, and I will post the information here.
        The first Warf Family Reunion, that I know of at least, was in 1971 with the first three being held in Pine Mountain State Park at Pineville, Kentucky. In 1974 and 1975, it was held in the Levi Jackson State Park, near London, Kentucky. In 1976 and 1977, the reunion was held in Green County, Kentucky. The next two reunions, 1978 and 1979, were in Franklin, Tennessee, followed in 1980 and 1981 in Harrogate, Tennessee, on the campus of Lincoln Memorial University.

        The 1990 reunion was held at the Jim Warren Park in Franklin, Tennessee. The 1991 reunion was held at Pierce School in Pierce, Kentucky, as was the 1992 reunion. For the 1993 and 1994 reunions we found ourselves in a larger and nicer location, the Franklin/Williamson County Community Center. This building comes complete with kitchen and "air conditioning", a luxury that we haven't had in the past at the park. There are other facilities available for those interested such as a swimming pool. The 1995 and 1996 reunions were held at Pierce Elementary School in Pierce, Kentucky. The 1997 and 1998 reunions were held at the Harpeth High School in Franklin, Tennessee and the 1999 and 2000 reunions were held in Kentucky.
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        In the past, the location of the reunion alternated every two years between Tennessee and Kentucky, in an effort to prevent the same people traveling great distances every year. This was changed at the 2001 reunion held at Jim Warren Park in Franklin, Tennessee, where it was announced that all future reunions would be held each year at the Jim Warren Park. It was said this decision was made due mainly to the apparent lack of interest and low attendance in Kentucky.
        I don't want to say for lack of interest because I
am sure that at least some people would like to attend
 but because of health reasons or other more pressing matters, they are not able. I know this has been my situation for several years now since it falls on the day we generally celebrate my Mom's birthday.
        I was told in 2010 that this reunion is no longer being held because of low attendance. If this is incorrect or no longer the case, please let me know so I can post the information here.