This page lists people who share my surname Seemann, and provides information and links about the name itself.
|Andrew M. Seemann, Jr.||USA||Rolls-Royce enthusiast|
|Bud D. Seemann||No link||Michigan, USA||software engineer|
|Carl Seemann||No link||Deceased||Pianist (see below)|
|Charles F. Seemann III||New Orleans, Louisiana, USA||Business attorney|
|Christian Seemann||Santiago/Chile||Civil Industrial Engineer|
|Claudia Antonia Seemann Calleja||Mexico City||Public accountant|
|Claudia Seemann||Santiago/Chile||Business Adm. Engineer|
|Deanna R. (Seemann) Bressie||Austin, Texas, USA||self-proclaimed computer geek, father has 10 Seemann brothers!|
|Dieter Seemann||Berlin||Ancestor of Rayon Militsch (Silesia/Germany)|
|Dr Peter Seemann||Chile||Universidad Austral de Chile, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias|
|Dr Ralph Seemann||Web||Germany||Patent Attorney|
|Ellen Seemann||Santiago/Chile||Ass. School Manager|
|Erich Seemann||Bratislava, Slovakia||Plant mail-order company|
|Erik Seemann||Netherlands||EMEA Sales Manager MIRAI Products|
|Erwin Seemann||Bremen, Germany||Brother's name is Torsten :-)|
|Guenther Seemann||Web||Germany||Gliding/soaring enthusiast|
|Henning Seemann||Web||Germany||Max-Planck-Institut fuer Radioastronomie|
|Howard L. Seemann||Web||Dept. Journalism, Humboldt State University|
|Jürgen Seemann||Mecklenburg||(see below)|
|J-M Seemann||Web||East of France (Ancestors came from Sweden during the 17th century)||College Professor|
|Jackie McCarty (nee Seemann)||USA||Doing genealogy for grandfather Raymond Seemann from Monee|
|Jeffrey R Seemann||Web||USA||Dept. Biochemistry, Stanford University|
|Jeffrey Seemann||Web||USA||Dept. Physics, University of Nevada, Las Vegas|
|Joachim Seemann||Web||82110 Germering (bei München)||Plays guitar in 70's rock cover band "Room Service"|
|Joachim Seemann||32657 Lemgo,Deutschland||Toolmaker (werkzuegmacher)|
|John-Ethan C. Seemann||No link||Austin, Texas, USA||lawn care specialist|
|Laurie Seemann Howell||USA||Ancestor Georg Seemann came from Hannover to USA in 1850s|
|Luke Seemann||Web||USA||Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University|
|Luz Aguilar Seemann||Mexico City||International Business student at UNAM|
|Martin Seemann||No link||Bratislava, Slovakia||Helpdesk supervisor|
|Martina Seemann (maiden name)||Ohio, USA||Has uncle in Canada|
|Mette Seemann||Sweden||Brother of Michael Seemann|
|Michael Seemann||Web||Germany||Institute of Automotive Engineering, Aachen University of Technology|
|Olga Seemann Schor||USA|
|Peretz Manor (Seemann)||Israel (Father born in Berlin 1923)||Structured Inventive Thinking, Open University, at Moshav Shitufi, Regba|
|Pete Seemann||Web||Boise, Idaho, USA|
|Peter Seemann||Newmarket, Canada||Pewter factory owner at www.rayberts.on.ca|
|Stephanie Seemann||Dallas, Texas, USA|
|Ton Seemann||Web||Netherlands||Managing Director of Plan Plan Internet BV|
|Torsten Seemann||Web||Melbourne, Australia||Victorian Bioinformatics Consortium|
|Wolfgang M. Seemann||Web||Journalism and Jazz|
|Wolfgang Seemann||Satellite and telecommunication business|
Some of the information on this page was originally obtained using WWW search engines. The rest has been emailed to me by people who have found this page. If you would like to be added to the list, feel free to mail me a short email message with your details.
The surname is of Germanic origin. In modern German it means "navigator", "sailor", or "seaman". The surname is really made up of two words, "See" and "Mann". In German, See means "lake" or "sea", or as a prefix, "naval", and Mann simply means "man".
Jürgen Seemann says: Based on my own research about my family I've been sure, that the surname "Seemann" had nothing connection to the word "sea" or "lake". Original was the surname write "Saemann" meaning a "farmer who sowed seed". Our Ancestors were all farmers. Since ca. 1500 had changed the spelling to "Seemann". Still today exists in Germany and Austria many families with the surname "Saemann". Something about my researches: the first ancestors of my familiy lived in Lübeck in the end of the 16. century. in the middle of the 18. century became my ancestor preacher at the "Münster"-church in Doberan. Since then my familiy lived in Mecklenburg.
First, I discovered that I misremembered the name. The pianist Carl Seemann spells/spelled his name just as yours.
Carl Seemann played and recorded extensively with the violinist Wolfgang Schneiderhan during the mid-century decades. As of 1966, all Carl Seemann's recordings in current release were piano-violin (or violin-piano) duos with Schneiderhan, and all on DGG. They were:
I owned a single disk of the duo playing a miscellany of "modern" sonatas and short works for piano and violin, by Stravinsky, Bartok, Prokofiev, etc., probably recorded in the late 1950's. Seemann's musicianship was excellent and the pair played extremely well together.