From upper left, clockwise: Hans Seemann, our immigrant ancestor, 1825 – 1893. He initially settled on a farm in Clinton co., Iowa, and later in Union County, South Dakota. He was the husband of Maria Petersen, and father of nine children, including -
Henry Seeman, 1864 – 1929. Henry met and married Eva Adams of Stephenson co., Illinois, and put himself through medical school, beginning his practice about 1900 in Iowa, and southeastern South Dakota, before settling in Rockham, South Dakota, where he would spend the remainder of his life. He was father of five children, the youngest of whom was -
Earl Seeman, 1897 – 1927. He married Mary Joyce, and farmed in Hand co., South Dakota. He died just short of his 30th birthday. They had three sons, the middle one being -
Robert Seeman, 1922 – 1966. He spent his life in Hand co., South Dakota, and worked at a variety of occupations. He married Louise Kluthe in 1951.