Chambers



Household numbers by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Antrim:21Armagh:30Belfast city:17Carlow:1
Cavan:16Clare:34Cork:29Cork city:6
Derry:32Donegal:27Down:131Dublin:15
Dublin city:7Fermanagh:17Kerry:6Kildare:1
Kilkenny:5Laois:12Louth:3Mayo:44
Meath:9Monaghan:18Offaly:3Roscommon:1
Sligo:17Tyrone:29Waterford:7Westmeath:1
Wexford:7

Surname Dictionary

Chambers Very numerous: all areas, particularly Ulster. Ir. Mac Ambróis, Seambar. The former was a Scottish name in N E Ulster, usually anglicised MacCambridge. The latter of Anglo-Norman origin, i.e. de la chambre. Cognate with Chamberlain. SI.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Chamber: 2
Chambers: 546
Chambre: 7

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Chaimbers
Chambars
Chambres
Chambrs


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