The Lord Fairfax of Cameron
|Born||30 December 1631|
|Died||13 April 1688|
|Title||4th Lord Fairfax of Cameron|
|Predecessor||Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron|
|Successor||Thomas Fairfax, 5th Lord Fairfax of Cameron|
|Children||10, including Thomas Fairfax, 5th Lord Fairfax of Cameron|
|Parent(s)|| Henry Fairfax |
Lady Mary Cholmondeley
Henry Fairfax, 4th Lord Fairfax of Cameron (30 December 1631 – 13 April 1688) of Denton, Yorkshire was a Scottish peer and politician. He was the grandson of Thomas Fairfax, 1st Lord Fairfax of Cameron.
He was born the son of Henry Fairfax, of York, Rector of Bolton Percy, Yorkshire and Lady Mary Cholmondeley (1593-1649) and educated at Gray's Inn. 
He took part in the Yorkshire rising in support of George Monck in January 1660 under the leadership of his cousin Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax. He later succeeded his cousin in 1671, inheriting the family estate at Denton, North Yorkshire.
He sat in Parliament to represent Yorkshire in March and October 1679 and again in 1681. 
He married Frances Barwick, and they had ten children:  
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