Jeannette Josephina Maria "Netti" Witziers-Timmer (née Timmer, 22 July 1923 – 25 January 2005) was a Dutch sprint runner. In 1944 she was a member of the Dutch teams that set world records in the 4×110 yard and 4×200 m relays. Two years later she won a European title, and in 1948 an Olympic gold medal in the 4×100 m relay. The 1948 Dutch relay team was remarkable in that all its members were married and had children.
Nettie may refer to:
Nettie McKenzie Clapp
Nettie McKenzie Clapp (August 22, 1868 – July 30, 1935) was a member of the Ohio House of Representatives. She was one of the first women elected into the Ohio General Assembly in 1922. Clapp was the first woman legislator to sponsor a bill in the Ohio General Assembly and the first woman to serve on the Republican National Convention Executive Committee in 1924.
Esther "Nettie" Tobin (1863–1944), known as Nettie, was a widow and mother of two who worked as a seamstress in Chicago around the turn of the 20th century and became a member of the Bahá'í Community there. Tobin, who wished to contribute to the "Bahá'í Temple Unity", a precursor for the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States, for the construction of the future Bahá'í House of Worship in Wilmette, Illinois was not able to contribute monetarily. Inspired by a letter that suggested even a "stone" to be a value, she went to a construction site nearby her home in Chicago and asked for a stone from the reject pile. With the help of friends and neighbors she was able to move the stone via streetcar and wagon to Wilmette, where it was left on the Bahá'í property. Although other stones had been sent for the dedication ceremony for the in 1912, none of them had arrived. On May 1, 1912,`Abdu'l-Bahá directed that "Nettie's stone" used as the dedication store of the future Bahá'í House of Worship. The "cornerstone" was not used in the construction of the building, but instead is displayed in the visitor's center, where it remains today.
Nettie, West Virginia
Nettie is a census-designated place (CDP) in Nicholas County, West Virginia, United States. Nettie is the location of the southern convergence of West Virginia Route 39, and West Virginia Route 20. As of the 2010 census, its population was 568.
Nettie Williams McBirney (November 24, 1887 – December 16, 1982) was a Tulsa inventor, writer and entrepreneur, who wrote a cooking column under the pseudonym Aunt Chick for the Tulsa Daily World from 1935 to 1955.
Nettie Krouse Fourplex
The Nettie Krouse Fourplex in southeast Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon is a 2.5-story multiple dwelling listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in the American Craftsman style in 1910, it was added to the register in 1989.
Nettie Cronise Lutes
Annette "Nettie" Cronise Lutes (1843, Tiffin, Ohio - 1923) was the first woman admitted to the bar in the state of Ohio.