BioM: Dimmitt, Nellie (1921)

Contact: Cindy Dressler


Surnames: Dimmitt, Mattie, Zwesimmen, Dressler, Bucks


----Source: Family Album


Dimmitt, Nellie (8 Nov. 1921)


The Marriage of Nellie (Dimmitt) and Adolf Fred Matti.

This is a wedding photo of Nellie Dimmitt and Adolf Fred Matti, (Grandparents to Cindy Dressler).  They are the couple sitting in the photo.  I believe the other woman to be Nellie's sister, Leona and I'm not sure who the gentleman standing is.  They were married Nov.8, 1921 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Fairview, WI.  Adolf was born in Zweisimmen, Switzerland on Jan. 24, 1898 to Jacob and Jeanetta (Bucks) Matti.  He came to this country in 1910 on the ship La Lorraine which departed from Le Havre, France.  Adolf is buried in the Town of Mentor Cemetery between his brothers, Albert Matti and Armin Matti.  Nellie is also buried in the Town of Mentor Cemetery near her sister Mary Ray.

If anyone can identify the other couple is, please contact Cindy Dressler.

1910 Federal Census, Mentor, Clark, Wisconsin

Name: Adolph Matti
birthplace: Switzerland
relationship to head of household: Step Brother
marital status: Single
race : White
gender: Male
immigration year: 1910
father's birthplace: Switzerland
mother's birthplace: Switzerland
family number: 112
page number: 5
Household Gender Age
Amil Matti M 35y
Adolph Matti M 12y

1920 Federal Census, Clark, Wisconsin

Name: Nellie Dimmitt
residence: ,
estimated birth year: 1904
age: 16
birthplace: Iowa
relationship to head of household: Daughter
gender: Female
race: White
marital status: Single
father's birthplace: Iowa
mother's birthplace: Illinois
sheet number: 6
Household Gender Age
parent William Dimmitt M 50y
parent Mary Dimmitt F 42y
William Dimmitt M 24y
Leona Dimmitt F 18y
Nellie Dimmitt F 16y
Francis Dimmitt F 13y
George Dimmitt M 7y




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