Death of Mr. Henry F. Lampe
28 September 1945 Narrandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser
One of the best known pastoralists in New South Wales, Mr. Henry Frederick Lampe, of Nebea, Coonamble, died at his home on Friday last.
Mr. Lampe was born at Wambrook Station, Cooma, 80 years ago.
He had extensive pastoral interests in the State, and at one time owned Talbingo, in the Tumut district, where he also held large tracts of snow country.
He also had property at Wyalong, and in recent years his interests were mainly at Coonamble.
Mrs. Lampe predeceased her hus band in 1936.
Mr. Lampe is survived by one daughter Mrs S. E. Oldham, of Pulltop - and five sons - (Hector (Nebea South, Coonamble). Carl (Carabagal, Narandera), Bruce (A.I.F.), Jack (Quando, Coonamble), and Oscar (Nebea, Coonamble).
Mrs. Oldham's husbandís father, the late G. V. Oldham, was manager of the Union Bank, Narrandera, some years ago.