1805, London, England.
August 22, 1893, Westminster, London, England.
Son of a Royal Navy captain, Chambers attended Oriel College, Oxford, graduating with honors in 1827 (MA 1831).
He was called to the Bar by the Inner Temple in 1831. In 1842, he published an elaborate treatise on the jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery over the persons and property of infants, and was appointed Recorder of New Sarum the same year.
At Salisbury, he became interested in liturgical and other ecclesiastical lore pertaining to the cathedral, and to St. Osmund, its bishop in 1078.
His works include: