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Our Chamberlain story began in the past....a long, long time ago

The original goal of the World Chamberlain Genealogical Society (WCGS), back in 1996, was the creation of a member friendly organization that would be a way for Chamberlains to connect and share family history and provide a way for for new members to learn who their Chamberlain ancestors were.

The first Chamberlain in our society’s history, arrived in Massachusetts Bay Colony, probably prior to 1638, soon to be joined by other first-generation Chamberlain families. Since those beginnings, Chamberlain descendants have spread around the world.

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Please consider becoming a member and help make our, and hopefully your, society the most complete and accurate source of Chamberlain information by sharing with us your knowledge, family histories, or simply join to learn from whom you came.

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You may enjoy the Chamberlain Facebook Group! If you are interested in genetic genealogy, check out the Chamberlain DNA project at Family Tree DNA, which represents a 20-year effort to relate Chamberlain lines to their Y Chromosome DNA heritage.

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