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History of this site (~1998 to date)
Deamer first established this site some years ago, but moved onto other
things. Last heard from (July 2007) he was in Salt Lake City, Utah with
his family before returning to Rome, Italy. I have kept it alive and
active for the use of Deamers everywhere. It is not meant to be just
about the one family, but time and application migration problems have
made it difficult to get it to where we had always wanted it to be.
I took it over and started hosting it in 2002, I was using Go-live
which was a wonderfu simple editor - however in ~2010 it was sold to
Adobe, which killed it in favor of Dreamweaver. However the files were
not compatible, so after some years of trying to update it with
Dreamweaver, I have started using Kompozer. However I am still have
trouble with it so it is still looking pretty ugly. I tried another
web-editor also, but again, they will not import existing pages and I
dont have the time to start all over again.
Meg Deamer Academy update:
See the new
Go Fund me Campaign!
School Web pages
for stories and photos
Send me an email to introduce your self and requst an address like: firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can opt to just choose an address and have any email to it forwarded to your existing address. Let me know if you would like me to set up an alias like that for you. Bryn @ deamer.org
So watch this space and offer your suggestions.
Regards, Bryn Deamer
February 2003Updated March 11, 2015
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From Graham Deamer, U.K:
The village of Pulloxhill (sic) in Bedfordshire. It was here that the oldest representative of the English (i.e. not the German/American) Deamers is recorded. 1536, King Henry VIII's days
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