Person    | Male  Born 8/7/1836  Died 3/7/1914

Joseph Chamberlain

Born Camberwell, London. Moved to Islington in 1845. In 1854, aged 18, he moved to Birmingham, where he made his fortune in the screwmaking business. Mayor and then MP for Birmingham. Liberal then Conservative politician. His mansion in Birmingham was "Highbury". Father of Austen and Neville Chamberlain who became Prime Minister. Buried in Birmingham.

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