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GENEALOGICAL NOTES OF THE CHAMBERLAINE
FAMILY OF MARYLAND.
By John Bozman Kerr (Baltimore, MD, 1880)
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This family, represented in Cheshire, Buckinghamshire, Gloucestershire, Great Britain, and in America on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, claims descent from the Count de Tankerville, of Tancarville Castle in Normandy, who came to England with William the Conqueror in 1068. It is not on record that any member of this family was personally engaged in the Battle of Hastings, or ever took an active part in the service of the King of England, but when Saint Bernard preached the Second Crusade, in 1100, the name in descent from Count Tankerville, and the old castle, now in ruins, was legion, and it should be enough for anyone, carried along under the genesis, with the spirit of enterprise, steadiness and thrift symbolized in the crest, to know that the Battle Roll Abbey List has soldiers more than one of this name and family.
Allied families mentioned in this book are: Neale, Lloyd, Tilgham, Robins, Hollyday, Hammond, Dyer, Hughes, Stockton, Hayward, Nicols, Goldsborough, and others.
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