Carey Judson Chamberlin
Also Known As Granddad
Born 26 FEB 1892 Denver CO
Died 3 NOV 1985 MA
Buried Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge MA

Carey Wiard Chamberlin
19 JUN 185723 AUG 1932
Harriette Anna Rogers
7 MAY 185619 SEP 1933

Sarah Eden Browne
31 MAR 189423 FEB 1976
Married 1 DEC 1917 North Church, Salem MA

Children with Sarah Eden Browne
Harrie Rogers Chamberlin
13 JUN 192031 AUG 1998
S Chamberlin
ABT. 1924
Elizabeth Chamberlin
23 FEB 19272001
Carey Judson Chamberlin Jr.
4 JUL 19295 APR 1982

Other Facts
Residence 1985 29 Woodbine Rd. Belmont MA
Education 1917 Harvard 1913, Columbia 1917, Union Theological 1917
Occupation Investment Banker

An intelligent, humorous, and slightly mischevious man. A.B. Magna cum laude, Harvard University 1913. Phi Beta Kappa. M.A. Columbia University 1917 & Union Theological Seminary 1917. Met wife Sarah Eden Browne on 22-FEB-1914 at American Church in Berlin Germany. Devoted to his wife, suffered at her death. He was an intellectual, committed to learning. Maintained an involvement with Harvard until his death. All visiting family and guests got a tour of Harvard. A strict authoritarian father who softened as he aged.

Carey was commissioned a first lieutenant of field artillery in the U.S. Army during World War I. The war ended before he was shipped out and at that time he was serving as an instructor in gunnery and service firing at the Field Artillery Centre at Camp McClellan. After the war, he joined Lockwood, Greene & Co., Engineers in their Montreal office. In 1922, he entered the bond business with the Old Colony Corporation (later, The First Boston Corporation). He next went to work as an associate with Townsend, Anthony & Tyson, a member firm of the New York Stock Exchange. In 1942 he returned to investment banking in the Boston office of Blyth & Company until his retirement at the end of 1961. He and his wife spent their summers at Chocorua, Carroll County, New Hampshire. Continued to travel widely into his 90s.