Albert A. Chambers
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Albert Arthur Chambers (June 22, 1906 – 1993) was the seventh bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Springfield, serving from 1962 to 1972.
Chambers was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and educated at Hobart College and prepared for ordination at the General Theological Seminary in New York. Prior to his consecration as bishop, he served as Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo, New York; Rector of St. Thomas Church in Neenah-Menasha, Wisconsin; Rector of St. Peter's Church, Auburn, New York; and rector of the Church of the Resurrection (Manhattan). Chambers was a founder of the Continuing Anglican movement where he acted, briefly, as primate of the Anglican Church in North American (Episcopal), later renamed the Anglican Catholic Church.
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