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Robert 
Chambers
1802 - 1871


Robert 
Chambers
, He began business as a book seller in Edinburgh in 1818. In 1824, he produced "The Traditions of Edinburgh". He was the author of many essays and received an honorary doctorate from St. Andrews University in 1863. Co-founder of the firm W. & R. Chambers Ltd. and of Chambers Dictionary, with his brother.

Born: Peebles, , , Scotland 10th Jul 1802 Baptised: Peebles, , , Scotland 30th Jul 1802
Died: St. Andrews, Scotland 17th Mar 1871 Buried:
Family:
Chambers

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Robert 
Chambers
1802 - 1871
2.
James 
Chambers
(
Gibson
) 1773 - 1824
4.
5.
Margaret 
Kerr
(
Chambers
) ante 1755 - post 1769
3.
Jean 
Gibson
(
Chambers
) 1781 - 1843
6.
William 
Gibson
(
Grieve
) c. 1750 - post 1768
7.
Janet 
Grieve
(
Gibson
) * 1750

Siblings


1.
William 
Chambers
(
?
) 1800 - 1883

Spouses




Descendants
[ Options ]

a. ?
1.
Robert 
Chambers
(
?
) 1832 - 1888
1a.
Laura 
?
(
Chambers
) 1836 - post 1881
1.1.
Charles 
Chambers
1860 - post 1881
1.2.
Violet 
Chambers
1861 - post 1881
1.3.
Murray 
Chambers
1864 - post 1881
1.4.
Mina 
Chambers
1867 - post 1881
1.5.
Arthur 
Chambers
1868 - post 1881
1.6.
Edith 
Chambers
1870 - post 1881
2.
Nina 
Chambers
(
Lehmann
) + post 1867
2a.
Frederick 
Lehmann
(
Chambers
) 1826 - post 1890
2.1.
Nina 
Lehmann
(
Campbell
) ...
Sources

Timeline


10th Jul 1802Born Peebles, Scotland
30th Jul 1802Baptised Peebles, Scotland
17th Mar 1871Died St. Andrews, Scotland
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