Heinrich Dimer (1861- 1936) Heinrich Dimer married Topsy Whitehead at Israelite Bay and they had seven sons and two daughters there. He had arrived to the area in 1884 and began working for John Cook the telegraph linesman in 1885, and built a home at Israelite Bay. Heinrich Dimer was granted several pastoral leases and eventually established his Homestead on the pastoral lease property named Nanambinia.
The wagon named “The Ark “at Esperance Museum – Nanambinia Station
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