My name is Danny Clemmer and I am an independent contractor, and I build tooling for the aircraft industry. I worked in the plants, but after 20 some odd years, I thought if I was to be laid off half the time, I might as well do it to myself. The hours are a lot better and I'm not starving. Yes, I'm over the hill, so I'm not eager to make too many changes anymore.
My better half is a retired legal secretary, a CLA actually. We were paying so darn much in taxes I wanted to try one year without her working. I'll never get her to work again! Nancy now fills her time with genealogy and helping me when necessary. We have been married for 31 years and have no children, by choice.
The primary purpose of this page will be genealogy. We use a shareware program called "Family History System" as our database. This is a DOS based program but we are currently running it in Windows 95. In its present form, it has a lot of bells and whistles and is very functional. You might ask why two people in their 50s with no children are doing this. Well, it's a lot of fun (kinda like a big detective story), and you meet some really great and interesting people. I must admit, though, some people do find it rather strange when you tell them you go out grave stomping. Look at it this way, it keep us off the streets.
The following is an alphabetical list of the primary names we are searching. Should they be of interest to you also, maybe we can share information. We have complied an extensive amount of information on the Ahrendt, Clemmer and Gramke lines. By far the Lobaugh line has probably the greatest amount of names, 10000 plus, tied-in and counting. Information on Ashford and Kerr remain elusive and Morris and Sutton might as well be Smith. Besides, I have a brother-in-law covering that end of it (from a different angle). Visit his home page. He is just down the street.
I am trying to make it as easy as possible for people to respond. As always, we can be reached via E-Mail. In addition, two forms have been added for your use in furnishing this information. The first is an online fill-in-the-blanks and submit-type form. The second is for those who would rather send the information by regular mail or send it as an attachment to E-Mail. Just highlight the form and copy it to your word processor. Just remember to maintain it as an ASCII file (*.txt) for compatability. Then, of course, there is always Ma Bell (316) 943-1772.
OK, so none of the above names means anything to you. That
mean I don't want to hear from you. I would appreciate it if you would at least
guestbook. If you have time, you might also
you know anybody.
Email comments, suggestions and/or requests to exchange information to me at email@example.com
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