My husband is a Dannar from Northwest Nebraska. He was always told that if he ever met another Dannar whose name was spelled with an a instead of an e that they were most likely related. A few generations back there was a large family and their name was spelled Danner. Two or three of the boys-for reasons we have yet to learn-changed the spelling of their name from er to ar. Looks like you are an ar Dannar, too. So probably way back when we are somehow related. My husband's family tree is --- his dad, Robert: his grandfather, Clarence Alfred; his great greatfather is Edward Sylvester. We have the genealogy way back to the original settlers in America. However, and this is where it gets interesting, they were originally Tanners from Germany. Do not know why it was changed from Tanner to Danner and then to Dannar, but it was. Bruce's grandfather, Clarence Alfred, was one of five boys who were born in Missouri to Edward Dannar and Laura Kariker. They were called the five C's because they were Connie, Clyde, Cecil, Clarence, and I don't remember the other one right off the top of my head. They all left Missouri and settled in either Nebraska, Colorado, or Wyoming. I don't know their children, so you may come from one of their families. Hope this helps.