1648?-80; Scot. minister & Covenanter whose followers formed the Reformed Presbyterian Church (1743)
Origin of cameron
From Scottish Gaelic Camshròn, from cam (“crooked, bent”) + sròn (“nose”).
Cameron Sentence Examples
of Cameron, a difference of some 25 miles.
Cameron in 1874, and the whole lake by Stanley in 1876.
His co-professors were Louis Cappel and Josue de la Place, who also were Cameron's pupils.
MS. Icones Sacrae Gallicanae; Life of Cameron.
Stations have been established on the lake by all three Powers, the principal being - German: Bismarckburg in the south and Ujiji in the north; British: Sumbu and Kasakalawe, on Cameron Bay; Belgian: Mtowa or Albertville in 6° S.