I. C. Seeley

Personal

Gender: Male

Date of Birth: January 22, 1833

Birth Place: Allegan County, MI

SEELEY, I. C. was born January 22d, 1833, in Allegan county, Michigan. When seventeen years of age he attended Richland Seminary, Kalamazoo county, and afterward taught Enlisted in the Fourth Michigan Cavalry, and served three years, being in fifty-seven different engagements; was held a prisoner of war over five months, nearly three months of the time at Andersonville, and is a living witness of the horrors of that prison-pen. After the war he prepared for college at Kalamazoo, then went to Olivet and graduated from the college there in 1868; he also graduated in law at Ann Arbor in 1871, and was in the office of Severance and Burrows of that city until 1872, when he came here and has since been in the real estate and insurance business. In 1876 he married Julia M. Willard. She has borne him one child: Edith.

Page 629, History of Hennepin County and The City of Minneapolis,” 1881. North Star Publishing, 1881.