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Chamberlain Association news (1981-1993) table of contents

Serial
English
Dexter, Michigan : World Chamberlain Genealogical Society, c1996
15 p.
[No. 1] (1981/1993)

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Frequency undetermined. May publish subsequent tables of contents or finding-aids.

Editor: James Baldwin Parker.

This is a finding-aid to the periodical "Chamberlain Association news" which is currently not in our collection.

The first Chamberlain Association of America was founded in 1897 by Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain (d. 1914), who served as its first president. They published approximately 13 annual reports of their meetings held in Boston, Massachusetts. The Association became inactive between the 1920's-1940's. The Chamberlain Association of America, sometimes referred to as the New Chamberlain Association of America was organized in 1980 in New York, New York by Alison Chamberlain Ogilvie Ainsworth. They published the "Chamberlain Association news" three times per year from 1981-1993, and became inactive shortly after vol. 13 no. 1 (1993) was published. Many of the first Association's collection was re-published by the World Chamberlain Genealogical Society established in 1996 to carry on the tradition of the original Chamberlain Association of America. More information is found on the web site.

This is a table of contents for the "Chamberlain Association news," vol. 1 no. 1 (1981) - vol. 13 no. 1 (1993). It does not list every name in those issues, but gives brief descriptions of each article, which often includes names of Chamberlain ancestors, related families, relationships, dates, and places where the records were found. Many Chamberlains (and variant spellings) came from England, France, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Some primary immigrant ancestors were Edmund (Edmond), Henry, Richard, Thomas, and William Chamberlain, who settled during the 1600's in New England. These and other Chamberlains settled in Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, and Virginia. In the 1700's, some Chamberlains immigrated to Barbados (West Indies), Spain, and to Connecticut, Maryland, New Hampshire, and Vermont. During the 1800's some lived in New Brunswick (Canada), Argentina and Brazil (South America), England, India, Italy, and in Alabama, California, Colorado, the Hawaiian Islands, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Washington D.C., and Wisconsin. Later descendants also lived in Peru (South America), the Philippine Islands, and in Idaho, Nebraska, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, and elsewhere. Some have African American bloodlines. Additional information can be found on the web site.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (11 Nov. 2005)

This Table of Contents could serve as a partial index to "The Chamberlain Association news."

Includes Camberlain, Camberling, Camblin, Chaimberlain, Chambelen, Chambelin, Chambely, Chamberlaine, Chamberlan, Chamberland, Chamberlayne, Chamberlein, Chamberlen, Chamberlene, Chamberlin, Chamberline, Chamberling, Chamberlon, Chamberlyn, Chamberlyne, Chambilen, Chamblen, Chamblin, Chambling, Chamborlin, Chamburlain, Charmbelain, Chombelin, Chormbelin, and other variant spellings.

Also includes Adams, Ainsworth, Aldridge, Austin, Bartholomew, Bliss, Butterfield, Child, Clark, Clayton, Davidson, Davis, Day, de Courcy (DeCoursey), Done, Earle, Faxon, Feddeman, Foote, Gale, Gettings, Goldsborough, Grosh, Hammond, Hampden, Hascall, Hasey, Hayward, Hildreth, Hindman, Hollyday, Hopkins, Hughes, Jewell, Johnson, Kenrick, Kerr, Kimball, Leavens, Leigh, Lloyd, Martin, Mellen, Moseley, Nichols (Nicols), Nutt, Ordway, Proctor, Ritchie, Robins, Ruggles, Shattuck, Shed, Shelley, Skinner, Soule, Spencer, Stockton, Stoughton, Stokes, Tay, Tilghman, Tillotson, Townsend, Tuckerman, Turner, Ungle, Vinton, Wheeler, Wintrhop, Witter, Woodroofe, Wright, Wyatt, Wyman, Zenny, and other related families.

Primary sources for these issues of the Chamberlain Association news were exerpts taken from the original Chamberlain Association of America (1898-1920's) annual reports.

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