|Located in||Old Rappahannock (extinct), Virginia, United States (1658 - 1692)|
|Also located in||Lancaster County, Virginia (1656 - 1692)|
|Northumberland County, Virginia ( - 1652)|
|Essex, Virginia, United States (1692 - )|
|Richmond (county), Virginia, United States (1692 - )|
|See also||North Farnham, Richmond (county), Virginia, United States||child parish|
|South Farnham, Essex, Virginia, United States||child parish|
- source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
- source: Family History Library Catalog
Farnham Parish was a Parish in Old Rappahannock County, Virginia from 1658 until Old Rappahannock was abolished as a County in 1692 and split into Essex County and Richmond County.
At the same time, Farnham Parish was divided into North Farnham Parish (Richmond County) and South Farnham Parish (Essex County).