Biography of John Chamberlain
John Chamberlain matriculated at the University in 1821 to study an Arts course. He was the eldest son of Simon, an Anglican.
Chamberlain took a theological course in the United Secession Hall. He joined the Scottish Missionary Society. Licensed by the Northumberland Class of Presbyterians, with the view of retaining his connection with the Established Church. Chamberlain served as a missionary at Port Maria, Jamaica from 1826, alongside fellow Glasgow colleague, James Watson.
Reverend John Chamberlain died in Jamaica in 1832.