A digital display of select historic materials associated with the Frederick Dantzler and Lewis Dantzler Family Collections. Listings on R&R associated with this family are grouped under the following categories: Agriculture, Correspondence, Legal, Goods – Services, and Slavery. Click on the highlighted category to be directed to that specific category.
Irwin H. Zimmerman (Dec. 23, 1812 – Oct. 20, 1858), the brother-in-law, of Lewis Dantzler died at his Alabama plantion and his body returned to S.C. for inturnment.
Daniel Zimmerman (1780 – 1824)
Elizabeth Holman Evans (1783 – 1836)
William Zimmerman (1801 – 1804)*
James H. Zimmerman (1811 – 1814)*
Irwin H. Zimmerman (1812 – 1858)
Morgin Zimmerman (1814 – 1814)*
Thomas H. Zimmerman (1816 – 1886)*
Russell H. Zimmerman (1818 – 1888)*
Mary Margaret Holman Zimmerman Dantzler (1820 – 1907)*
Dr. I.H. Zimmerman
Died at his Plantation in Alabama and was brought here, his native place for internment. This railing is placed to his memory by his brother Russell and sister Mary.
IMAGE GALLERY (The Dantzler, Moorer and Zimmerman families were tied to each other through marriage and economics. The partnership of Dantzler – Zimmerman, were large planters in both S.C. and in Wilcox Co., Alabama. Much of the following correspondence is from their factors or overseer in Alabama.)
Additional documents: (This is a list of services rendered by Mr. E. Culpepper of Alabama as a blacksmith in 1858. Pages 1-2 only.)