Iseman family collection
This collection contains information pertaining to the Iseman family. The first box includes letters, genealogical research, photocopies, photographs, and correspondence related to the Iseman family. The second box contains biographical files of Iseman family members, including family genealogy notes.
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Materials in English.
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Originally named Eisenmann in Germany, four brothers (Manuel, Iseman, Isaac, and Marx) settled in South Carolina, ca. 1850. Manuel and Iseman Iseman settled in Marion, S.C. Isaac and Marx Iseman moved to Darlington, S.C. before eventually settling in Charleston, S.C., ca. 1870. The family participated in mercantile activities.
0.83 linear feet (2 document boxes)
Materials donated by Joseph Iseman.
- Charleston (S.C.) -- History
- Darlington (S.C.) -- History
- Eisenmann family
- Jewish families -- South Carolina
- Jewish merchants -- South Carolina -- History
- Jews -- South Carolina -- Charleston -- History
- Jews -- South Carolina -- Darlington -- History
- Jews -- South Carolina -- Marion -- History
- Marion (S.C.) -- History
- family papers
- genealogies (histories)
- Inventory of the Iseman Family Collection, 1961-1966
- Processed by: Special Collections staff; finding aid created by: Special Collections staff
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