Lloyd Grant Seeman was born on 05 Aug 1890, in Thurman, Colorado to Henry and Eva (Adams) Seeman.
At about age five, Lloyd and his family moved to Freeport, Illinois; later, for a short time, to Dubuque, and then to Rockham, South Dakota, where he would spend the remainder of his life.
At the home of his parents, on 11 Feb 1921, he married Miss Eldora Erickson, a local school teacher. She was the daughter of Charles and Emma Erickson, and born in St. James, Minnesota. Lloyd worked as a carpenter, had a dairy business, and was a rural mail carrier.
He served his country in World War I, and after the war, helped to organize the Rockham American Legion Post.
He was described as having black hair and brown eyes.
He had a stroke and died the next day, on 21 Oct 1950 at Redfield, South Dakota, at the age of 60. He was buried in Rockham Grace Cemetery. Dora died on 28 Feb 1977, in Faulkton, South Dakota, at the age of 78. She was also buried at Rockham.
Lloyd and Dora were the parents of Charles, Lloyd, Newell, Myrtle and Marion.