Sir Henry Chamberlain, 1st Baronet
Henry was a natural son of the Honourable Henry Fane, Clerk to H.M. Treasury, a younger son of Thomas Fane, 8th Earl of Westmorland. He was brought up with the rest of Fane's children as a supposed distant relative, but when Chamberlain expressed interest in one of Fane's daughters (his half sister), he was informed of his true parentage and posted to Portugal in 1834[contradictory] to become consul general, sailing on board HMS Briton.
- Sir Henry Chamberlain, 2nd Baronet (2 October 1796 – 8 September 1843)
- William Augustus Chamberlain (1797–1806)
- Eliza Caroline Chamberlain (d. 11 December 1887), who on 2 December 1819 married the Hon. Charles Orlando Bridgeman RN (died 13 April 1860), second son of Orlando Bridgeman, 1st Earl of Bradford.
On 5 June 1813 Henry Chamberlain married secondly Anne Eugenia, a daughter of William Morgan. Their children were:
- Anne Beresford Chamberlain (born 1815, Rio de Janeiro)
- Harriett Mary Chamberlain (born 1816, Rio de Janeiro)
- William Charles Chamberlain (21 April 1818 – 1878), born Rio de Janeiro Rear Admiral, R.N.
- Neville Bowles Chamberlain (10 January 1820 – 1902), born Rio de Janeiro, Field Marshal, British Army
- Crawford Trotter Chamberlain (1821–1902), General of the Indian Staff Corps
- Thomas H. Chamberlain (13 September 1822), born Rio de Janeiro
- Charles Francis Falcon Chamberlain (1826–1870), Lieutenant-Colonel in the Indian Army
- Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage, edited by Peter Townend, 105th edition, London. 1970. p. 516.
- Leigh Rayment's list of baronets
- Baptismal Register of Christ Church, Rio de Janeiro
- "Government art collection", Department of Culture, Media and Sport. Retrieved 19 February 2007
- "No. 18425". The London Gazette. 21 December 1827. p. 2602.
- Yuzo Ota, "Basil Hall Chamberlain: Portrait of a Japanologist" (Routledge, 1998) pp. 16-17
- United Services Journal Part II. London:Henry Colburn & Richard Bentley. 1829. p. 119.
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