Definition of Chamberlainship. Meaning of Chamberlainship. Synonyms of Chamberlainship

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Definition of Chamberlainship

Chamberlainship
Chamberlainship Cham"ber*lain*ship, n. Office of a chamberlain.

Meaning of Chamberlainship from wikipedia

- Chamberlain. In that year, the first Earl of Lindsey inherited the Great Chamberlainship. Upon the death of the fourth Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven, it was...
- Kingdom. Under King George V, Lord Lincolnshire held also the Lord Great Chamberlainship, one-quarter of which he had inherited from his mother. His only son...
- where he died in 1022. The County, which replaced the pre-existing chamberlainship, is considered to be the first political body established by the Normans...
- would marry Warwick's daughter Anne Neville). Clarence received the chamberlainship of England and the lieutenancy of Ireland, while Gloucester was made...
- originally being held by the Earls of Oxford. Later, however, the Chamberlainship came to be inherited by the Earl of Lindsey and then his multiple heirs...
- Hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain. He was the last to hold the Lord Great Chamberlainship as an undivided office. On 12 February 1779 he was invested as Privy...
- Gilbert and hired by Melus. The County, which replaced the pre-existing chamberlainship, is considered to be the first political body established by the Normans...
- Chamberlain. The various individuals who hold fractions of the Lord Great Chamberlainship are technically each Joint Hereditary Lord Great Chamberlain. The Joint...
- Chamberlains-in-Fee were held by the Maudit and Fitzgerald families. The Maudit chamberlainship descended to the Beauchamp Earls of Warwick and p****ed into the hands...
- of the Earldom of Ancaster was the senior holder of the Lord Great Chamberlainship. The Hon. Claud Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, second son of the first...
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