Robert Chamberlain

(1571—1636) Franciscan friar

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Robert Chamberlain (1731—1798) enameller and porcelain manufacturer

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Chamberlain, Robert (bap. 1607), writer

Chamberlain, Robert (1632?-1696), merchant and mathematician

Chamberlain, Robert (1736 - 1798), enameller and porcelain manufacturer

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Chamberlain, Robert (bap. 1736?, d. 1798), enameller and porcelain manufacturer

Chamberlain [Chamberlane], Robert (1570/1571-1636), Franciscan friar

Robert Self. Neville Chamberlain: A Biography. Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate. 2006. Pp. xi, 573. $59.95

Peel, William James Robert (born 1947), Lord Chamberlain of HM Household, since 2006

Lindsay, Robert Alexander (born 1927), Lord Chamberlain to the Queen Mother, 1992–2002

WEST, George Arthur Alston-Roberts- (born 1937), Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain’s Office, 1987–90 (Assistant Comptroller, 1981–87); an Extra Equerry to the Queen, since 1982

Wynn-Carrington, Charles Robert (1843 - 1928), PC 1881, Joint-Hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain of England

Spencer, Charles Robert (1857 - 1922), Lord Chamberlain to the King, 1905–12; Lord-Lieutenant of Northants, 1908

CARTWRIGHT, Robert Guy (born 1950), Secretary, Central Chancery of Orders of Knighthood, 1999–2005, and Assistant Comptroller, 1999–2004, Lord Chamberlain’s Office; Extra Equerry to the Queen, since 2000

Hay, William Montagu (1826 - 1911), DL, Hereditary Chamberlain of Dunfermline; Lord High Commissioner to General Assembly of Church of Scotland, 1889–92, 1896–97; [William de Haya was Butler to Malcolm IV and William the Lion; 1st Baron’s father was Ambassador to England from Robert III and the Regent, Duke of Albany; 2nd Baron fell at Flodden, 1513; 4th Baron was captured at Pinkie, 1547; 1st Earl of Tweeddale commanded a regiment for Charles I; 1st Marquis became Lord Chancellor of Scotland after the Revolution; 2nd Marquis likewise in 1704; 4th Marquis held the last appointment as Extraordinary Lord of Session; 8th Marquis served in the Peninsular War, was present at the battle of Vittoria (gold medal), and at Busaco, where he was wounded, 1810; became Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Madras]

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