Manor of Skighaugh
Nulle terre sans seigneur

Lord of the Manor


The current Lord of the Manor of Skighaugh is Christopher A. Chambers of Irvine California. He purchased the title in 2012 in a sale brokered by Manorial Auctioneers and facilitated by his English solicitor.

 

Professionally Mr. Chambers is the Executive Director of Software Architecture for a publicly traded consumer electronics firm in Southern California. He is the inventor or co-inventor of over 20 patents, and the author or co-author of several scientific publications including an article in Physical Review A pertaining to Neural Networks.

 

In recent years Mr. Chambers has devoted himself to charitable and other philanthropic endeavors and was awarded the President's Call to Service Award in 2012. He is also a member of several chivalric orders and organizations.

Temukung/Baron, Kraton Kupang, Kingdom of Kupang.

Companion, CHK, Order of Companion of Honour of the Royal House of Kupang, Kingdom of Kupang.

Omukungu/Knight, 1st OEBKK, Order of the Engabu, Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom.

Commander, CCK, The Most Honourable Order of Omukama Chwa II Kabalega.

Knight Grand Cross, GCEM, The Order Of Emperor Menelik II.

Chevalier, MSE, The Order of the Star of Ethiopia.

Member, The Noble Company of Knights Arballisters of St. Philip and St. James.

Chancellor of the Grand Priory of the United States of America, KLJ, KMLJ, Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem.

Member of the Manorial Society of Great Britain.

Listed in The Register of Feudal Lords and Barons of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Listed in The Armorial Register - International Register of Arms.

Kentucky Colonel and honorary Aid-De-Camp on the Governor's staff.


Mr. Chambers' Coat of Arms as registered with the American College of Heraldry. The emblazonment shown below was painted by the renowned heraldic artist Andrew Stewart Jamieson.Coat of arms as painted by Andrew Stewart Jamieson.

Mr. Chambers Heraldic Seal. The seal was designed and drawn by Andrew Stewart Jamieson.

Heraldic crest wax seal from a signet ring made by Dexter.