The household below stairs: Chamber-Keepers to Various Tables

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Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 11 (Revised), Court Officers, 1660-1837. Originally published by University of London, London, 2006.

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Chamber-Keepers to Various Tables c. 1686–?1702; 1713–

Chamber keepers below stairs were appointed by the clerks of the green cloth or, from 1782, the clerks of the household in rotation. The chamber keepers to the ladies of the bedchamber and yeoman of the guard made £20 apiece in 1713. (fn. 1)

Chamber Keeper to the Gentlemen Usher's Table c. 1686–?1702

1686 10 Feb. Clarke, W., sen.
1689 7 June Clarke, W., jun.
1689 9 June Clark, -

Chamber Keeper to the Ladies of the Bedchamber occ. 1713–?

By 1713 Montier, P.

Chamber Keeper to the Officers of the Yeomen of the Guard occ. 1713–?

By 1713 Habberly, R.

Chamber Keeper to the Officers of the Horse and Footguards occ. 1713–?

By 1713 Habberly, R.


  • 1. LS 13/258, ff. 102–102v.