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by John H. Chamberlayne
Author: John H. Chamberlayne
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John Chamberlayne (. 668–1723) was an English writer, translator, and courtier. He was a younger son of Edward Chamberlayne and his wife Susannah Clifford. In 1685 he entered Trinity College, Oxford as a commoner
John Chamberlayne (. In 1685 he entered Trinity College, Oxford as a commoner. Leaving Oxford without a degree, he proceeded to the University of Leyden, where on 12 May 1688 he entered himself as a student.
John Hampden Chamberlayne (1838-1882), son of Dr. Lewis Webb Chamberlayne and Martha Burwell (Dabney) Chamberlayne, was an artillery captain during the Civil War. Afterwards, he worked for newspapers in Petersburg and Norfolk before moving to Richmond in 1876 t. Afterwards, he worked for newspapers in Petersburg and Norfolk before moving to Richmond in 1876 to establish The State. His wife, Mary Walker (Gibson) Chamberlayne (1849-1905), was the daughter of Churchill Jones Gibson and Lucy Fitzhugh (Atkinson) Gibson
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