When Federico Richter Del Castillo was born in 1883, in Coracora, Parinacochas, Ayacucho, Peru, his father, Miguel Rychter Leywandt, was 40 and his mother, Andrea Castillo Caceres, was 27. He married Catalina Velarde Eslava about 1915, in Huamanga, Ayacucho, Peru. They were the parents of at least 1 daughter. He died on 1 January 1964, in Lima, Lima, Lima, Peru, at the age of 81, and was buried in Lima, Lima, Peru.
Some characteristic forenames: German Kurt, Otto, Hans, Fritz, Helmut, Horst, Erwin, Heinz, Juergen, Gerhard, Siegfried, Wolfgang.
German: occupational or status name for an arbiter or judge, Middle High German rihtære (from rihten ‘to make right’). The term was used in the Middle Ages mostly to denote a part-time legal official. Such communal conciliators held a position of considerable esteem in rural communities; in eastern Germany the term came to denote a village headman, which was often a hereditary office. It is in this part of Germany that the surname is most frequent. The surname Richter is also common in many other European countries, most notably Czechia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, France, and the Netherlands, and also in South Africa. See also 3 below.
Jewish (Ashkenazic): occupational name for a rabbinic judge, from German Richter ‘judge’ (see 1 above). See also Dayan .
Un 16 oct 1884 Federico Richter del Castillo es bautizado en la ciudad de Lima en la Iglesia de San Marcelo, pero el en realidad nació en la ciudad de Coracora en Parinacochas Ayacucho en 18 de Julio …