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The Falls Church

115 E. Fairfax St, Falls Church, VA , USA
Telephone: (703) 241-0003
URL: The Falls Church Episcopal
Latitude & Longitude: 38° 52' 50.361996", -77° 10' 19.304112"
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Listed in the National Register of Historic Places
The first church on this site was built in 1734 and was in Truro Parish. George Washington was elected a vestryman, October 3, 1763. In 1765 the church fell within the newly created Fairfax Parish, of which Washington was chosen a vestryman. The present church was built in 1768. It was used as a recruiting station in The Revolution and as a stable by Union troops, 1862-65.
The Falls Church was listed in the National Register of Historic Places on 6/ 19, 02/2.
Last updated: 2/14/2015 15:17:00
    Related Themes: C.S.A., Confederate States of America, Confederacy, Union, American Revolution, the Revolutionary War.
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