Friedrich Heinrich (Ferdinando) Lamping
M, #8456, b. 8 May 1778, d. circa 1865
|Birth*||8 May 1778 ||Friedrich was born on 8 May 1778, at Ochsenbeck, Diepholz, Hannover, Preussen, Germany. |
| ||He was the son of Johann Hinrich Lamping and Anna margaretha Thorafest. |
|Marriage*|| ||He married Mariana Rickson. |
|Death*||circa 1865 ||Friedrich died circa 1865 at Buenos Aires, Argentina. |
1829, Merchant and Arms maker. Saul M. Montes Bradley writes:
Ferdinand was a gunmaker, hired by the first independent government of Argentina in either England or Holland (records are not precise) by a diplomatic delegation sent to London in search of recognition of the new republic. He went to Buenos Aires in 1813 and, indeed, became the first gunsmith there. Needless to say, he had no reason to fear for lack of customers, and through the independence war and successive revolutions prospered considerably.