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- Vestry book, 10 April 1771-21 June 1805. Records of the first few meetings reveal the vestry's efforts to obtain a minister. Success came with the news that the Reverend Daivd Griffith would be minister. Griffith remained until 1776 when he resigned to serve as chaplain and surgeon in the Revolution. The vestry maintained the parish through the difficult years which followed. Accession 30119 is the manuscript copy of this volume
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- Shelburne Parish was formed in 1770 from Cameron Parish, which had been created from Truro Parish in Fairfax County in 1748. When Loudoun County was formed from Fairfax County in 1752, Cameron Parish became part of the new county.
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