Chapter History Dates Back to March of 1979

  In March 1979 the ruins of the old Cameron Parish Anglican Church and graveyard were rediscovered on a tract of land lying on the border of Fairfax and Loudoun Counties - a timely find that lent significant importance to the organization currently underway to form a new NSDAR chapter in the Reston area of northern Virginia.

  With the aid of the Bill of Rights Chapter and the Narrow Passage Chapter

(Woodstock, Virginia) through genealogy work, research, and organizational support, the new Cameron Parish Chapter was officially recognized by the NSDAR on June 7, 1979, at the Reston home of Virginia Greelee where she, along with other chapter officers, were installed by Mrs. Eldred Martin Yochim, State Regent of the Virginia DAR. The chapter was presented with flags of the United States, and the Commonwealth of Virginia, as an installation gift.

  Today the chapter membership has approximately 90 Daughters residing throughout the counties of Loudoun and Fairfax. We are proud to promote the study of the American Revolution from which our nation was founded.