Nathaniel CHAMBERS 
- Born: Abt 1689
- Marriage (1): Katherine WOOLLEY  in 1729
- Marriage (2): Sarah BOUCHER 
- Died: 9 Dec 1755 aged about 66
- Buried: Hackney LND
Nathaniel was aged 66 at his death, a memorial ring to Nathaniel is recorded, page 18, IMG2808 in the Liveing Archive. No image lost 2017.
Image of Nathaniel: Liveing Family Archive, original in possession of the Dewe family Dec 1942
See attached sources.
1. Nathaniel Chambers: Ring.
Liveing Archive IMG 2809
Mrs Frances Fortescue widow of Francis Fortescue Esq of Cookhill in Co Worcester died June 8, 1822 aged 77. A Memorial ring is recorded in the Liveing Archive IMG 2808. The ring is an amethyst in a light gold setting, a note attached by George Downing Liveing reads: "this amethyst ring was Nathanial Chambers and was given me by my great aunt Knottesford. Nathanial Chambers had also a diamond ring with a table diamond nearly as large as this amethyst, this I sold as one of my mother's effects.
2. Nathaniel Chambers: Letter to his daughter Katherine, 2 Aug 1750, Hackney ESS.
Liveing Archive. IMG 2813 - IMG 2817
No (My Dear Kitt) I am not angry why should you suggest it? The very suggestion would tempt an indifferent person to believe I can be angry as well without a cause as with one and I should be sorry to deserve such a character. We shall all be glad to see you when Mrs Pickering will give you a letter of licence to depart. For in truth she is the sole arbitress in the affair. I rely on her word of honour that you shall return after the races. For we begin to think the time long till we have you amongst us. Your mama's gouty complaints increase upon her daily and though she has no violent fitt, she has nevertheless a very precarious and uncertain health and never without pain.
You seem (my dear) to swim in pleasures and amusements but I hope you do not suffer yourself to be so swallowed up with them as to lose sight of your ultimate duty which alone will open a spring of constant pleasures without alloy. A little cool reflection will easily show you the difference in the account of losse and gain.
The extra ordinary civilities you have met with exceed any kinds of acknowledgement we can pretend to make. I leave it to your discretion to make such invitations hither as you think proper. If Mrs Pickering will return with you and spend the autumn with us, she shall have her share of nectarines and peaches and shall meet with a hearty welcome. I believe you must make the same invitation to Mr Abree and Mr Pickering to whom make a tender of my compliments as well as your Mama's and Sisters. I am my Dear,
Your affectionate Father
Hackney 2 August 1750
Transcribed by Edward H T Liveing Dec 1942
3. Nathaniel Chambers: Will - division of estate, 1755.
4. Nathaniel Chambers: Data scraps from Liveing Research.
Nathaniel Chambers, mourning rings.
Nathaniel married Katherine WOOLLEY  [MRIN: 3248], daughter of Thomas WOOLLEY  and Katherine HILL , in 1729. (Katherine WOOLLEY  was born about 1694 and died on 16 May 1758.)
Nathaniel next married Sarah BOUCHER  [MRIN: 8076].