DEZZUTTI, Domenic (1882-1963)[SS#551-01-3695], born in Rivaloro, Canavese, Italy on May 25, 1882. He immigrated in 1905 and was admitted for naturalization on September 6, 1913 in Santa Barbara. According to his passport, he was 5 feet 5 inches tall with black hair and brown eyes.
At age 26, Dezzutti married 18-year-old Josephine E. “Jeanette” Jordano (1891-1917) on December 20, 1908. They lived at 520 E. De La Guerra St., Santa Barbara. They had:
- Margaret Ann Dezzutti (1909-1986)[SS#554-07-8672] = Haven
In 1928 Dezzutti was working for the Jordano Brothers in the grocery business. By 1930 Dezzutti had remarried; his wife's name Teresa (1887-1968)[SS#555-01-3995].
Dezzutti died March 15, 1963 in Santa Barbara, California.
- Domenic Dezzutti, 27
- Josephine Dezzutti, 19
- Margaret Dezzutti, (8/12 months)
- Domenic Dezzutti, 48
- Teresa Dezzutti, 43
- Margaret Dezzutti, 20, daughter
- Josephine Dezzutti, 17, daughter
- Domenic Dezzutti, Jr., 12, stepson
In the News~
March 6, 1918 [SCICo]: “Dezzutti is leaving he says he is tired and wants a rest.”
December 30, 1918 [SCICo]: “Dezzutti is leaving because he doesn't care to do any painting of roofs or the painting of the new bunk house.”
October 18, 1920 [SCICo]: “The Schooner sailed for Santa Barbara at 6:15 A.M. Thursday October 14th taking Superintendent and returned at 11:30 A.M. Friday October 15th with horses, Dezzuti, Gonzales, shakes to repair barn at Prisoners' Harbor and Superintendent.”