ⓘ Cameron Parish, Virginia

                                     

ⓘ Cameron Parish, Virginia

Cameron Parish was the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Anglican church in colonial Virginia with jurisdiction over the western part of Fairfax County and, once it was created in 1757, over Loudoun County. The parish was named for the minor title of Thomas, Lord Fairfax, Baron of Cameron. The parish was created in 1748 from Truro Parish. It was divided in 1770 and Shelburne Parish was formed from the western half of Loudoun County. After 1770, Cameron Parish covered eastern Loudoun County until disestablishment ended the parish system by 1786.

                                     
  • Carolina Cameron Texas Cameron West Virginia Cameron County, Pennsylvania Cameron County, Texas Cameron Parish Louisiana Cameron Parish Virginia defunct
  • Cameron Parish French: Paroisse de Cameron is a parish in the southwestern section of the U.S. state of Louisiana. As of the 2010 census, the population
  • Truro Parish was the ecclesiastical jurisdiction of the Anglican church in colonial Virginia with jurisdiction originally over all of Fairfax County. The
  • years was a Virginia state senator. Cameron was educated in private schools in Virginia and was graduated from the University of Virginia where he earned
  • Fairfax County, Virginia and the City of Fairfax, Virginia are named for Lord Fairfax. Fairfax and Cameron Streets in Alexandria, Virginia are named for
  • Lafayette, LA Metropolitan Statistical Area. Vermilion and neighboring Cameron parishes are represented in the Louisiana State Senate by the Republican Jonathan
  • 19th century. In 1870 Cameron Parish was created from the southern portion of Imperial Calcasieu. It was one of several parishes organized during the Reconstruction
  • northeast Acadia Parish east Vermilion Parish southeast Cameron Parish south Calcasieu Parish west Beauregard Parish northwest Interstate 10 U.S. Highway
  • Pennsylvania Cameron s tenure as Secretary of War was marked by allegations of corruption and lax management. On April 18, 1861, the day after Virginia seceded
  • Kentucky Oak Grove, Ascension Parish Louisiana, an unincorporated community in Ascension Parish Louisiana Oak Grove, Cameron Parish Louisiana, an unincorporated