Category Archives: Clemmons

It only took 20 years to find, my grandparents marriage license

Have you ever looked for something for so long? Looked almost everywhere you could think of? Talked to everyone you could think of that might know something about it? And then finally (well, almost) give up on trying to find … Continue reading

Posted in Clemmons, Marriage, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Harry Clemmons – World War II Draft Card

Over this Memorial Day weekend, Fold3 is allowing people to search military records for free! This was the perfect time for me to search for my grandfather’s (Harry Clemmons) draft card. Searching for the record was really easy, I just … Continue reading

Posted in Clemmons, Draft Card | Leave a comment

Robert Clark Spencer – 63

I was so very sad to hear about Bob’s passing.  I have meet bob numerous times at the Clemmons Family Reunion and he was a wonderful person.  I sat and talked with him at length this past July and he … Continue reading

Posted in Clemmons, Obituary | Leave a comment

David Allan Baird

I am very sad to have learned that David Baird had past away on Monday.  I first meet David at the Clemmons Family Reunion back in the 90’s and have always looked forward to seeing him every year. From the … Continue reading

Posted in Clemmons, Obituary, Tennessee | Leave a comment

1930 Census for Earl Clemmons and Family

On May 21st, 1930, Earl Clemmons and family were enumerated for the 1930 census.  They were living in Dodd Township in Jefferson County which is just south east of Mount Vernon.  They had recently moved up from Missouri. The person … Continue reading

Posted in Census, Clemmons | Leave a comment

William K. Clemmons and Nancy McGuire's Wedding Bond

This is the Marriage Bond for my Great-Great Grandfather William Keaton Clemmons and GG-Grandmother Nancy Lucinda McGuire. Text of the Marriage Bond: We, W. K. Clemmons are bound to the State of Tennessee in the penalty of twelve hundred dollars.  Witness … Continue reading

Posted in Clemmons, Marriage, Tennessee | Leave a comment

Facebook a new tool for Hobart school resource officer

The Times of North West Indiana had an article about how my little brother (Joe Clemmons) is using social media to connect to the students in the Hobart Schools.  Joe is a policeman in Hobart and is the Schools Resource … Continue reading

Posted in Clemmons | Leave a comment