'chamberlain' can also refer to...

Alice Lynne ‘Lindy’ Chamberlain (b. 1948)

Arthur Chamberlain (1842—1913) industrialist

Bartholomew Chamberlain (c. 1545—1616) Church of England clergyman

Basil Hall Chamberlain (1850—1935) Japanologist

Brenda Chamberlain (1912—1971) painter and writer


Chamberlain Case

Chamberlain's Men

Christopher H. Chamberlain

Elsie Dorothea Chamberlain (1910—1991) Congregational minister and radio broadcaster

George Chamberlain (1576—1634) bishop of Ypres

Henry Chamberlain Russell (1836—1907) astronomer

Houston Stewart Chamberlain (1855—1927) racialist writer

John Chamberlain (b. 1927)

John Chamberlain (1553—1628) letter writer

John Henry Chamberlain (1831—1883) architect

Joseph Chamberlain (1836—1914) industrialist and politician

Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain (1828—1914)

Lord Chamberlain

Lord Chamberlain

Nathaniel Chamberlain (c. 1612—1660) linguist and physician

Neil Wolverton Chamberlain (b. 1915)

Neville Chamberlain (1869—1940) prime minister

Owen Chamberlain (1920—2006) American physicist

Patricia Chamberlain

Richard Chamberlain (b. 1935)

Robert Chamberlain (c. 1607—1637) writer

Robert Chamberlain (1731—1798) enameller and porcelain manufacturer

Robert Chamberlain (c. 1632—1696) merchant and mathematician


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Originally in charge of the royal chamber and known as the master chamberlain, the office-holder had some financial responsibilities since part of the king's treasure was kept there. Later he ...

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