Carl Dietrich Ebbinghaus

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Carl Dietrich Ebbinghaus (born August 29, 1794 in Iserlohn ; † August 28, 1867 there ) was a German entrepreneur and politician.

Ebbinghaus took over the Letmath brass rolling mill in Letmathe together with a partner and operated the company under the name Ebbinghaus & Schrimpf . In 1818 his brother Friedrich Wilhelm Ebbinghaus founded the company F. W. Ebbinghaus at the same location , which became the largest paper factory in Prussia. From 1850 to 1867 Carl Dietrich Ebbinghaus was a member of the Hagen Chamber of Commerce . He was honored with the title of Commerzienrat .

From 1837 to 1851 he was a member of the provincial parliament of the province of Westphalia for the state of the towns in the constituency of Mark and the town of Iserlohn . He was also elected to the United State Parliament, but did not take part.


  • Alfred Bruns (Ed.), Josef Häming (compilation): The Members of the Westphalia Parliament 1826–1978 (= Westphalian source and archive directories, Volume 2). Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe, Münster 1978, p. 255.

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Presentation of the company on the website of the city of Iserlohn
  2. Ludwig Beutin : History of the South Westphalian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hagen and its economic landscape, 1956, p. 221, Snippet .