Pedigree covering 13th century to 1883, illustrated with coats of arms. The pedigree is headed as follows: "The pedigree of the family of Chambres or Chambre descended from John de la Chambre, chamberlain of Henry de Lacey Earl of Lincoln from whom he held a charter 180 acres of land in Llewenny with liberties and freedoms in the parks and forests yielding to him and his heirs nine pence per per annum. This charter was granted in the third year of King Edward the first (1275) and is now held by William Chambres of Liverpool, merchant, but the land is owned by Philip Henry Chambres of Llys Meirchion, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant of Denbighshire". Includes entry for William Chambres who married Mary Ann daughter of James Gordon and the daughter of Sir John Glynne Bart of Hawarden. Pedigree is signed by G. Chambres and dated 28 July 1883.
Pedigree of the Chambres or Chambre Family
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