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         Henry Patrick:     more books (100)
  1. Where Was Patrick Henry on the 29th of May? by Jean Fritz, 1997-03-17
  2. A Son of Thunder: Patrick Henry and the American Republic by Henry Mayer, 2001-06-09
  3. Lion of Liberty: Patrick Henry and the Call to a New Nation by Harlow Giles Unger, 2010-10-26
  4. The Mind of a Patriot: Patrick Henry and the World of Ideas by Kevin J. Hayes, 2008-09-03
  5. A Picture Book of Patrick Henry (Picture Book Biography) by David A. Adler, 2001-07
  6. Patrick Henry: Practical Revolutionary by Robert Douthat Meade, 1969
  7. Give Me Liberty: The Uncompromising Statesmanship of Patrick Henry (Leaders in Action Series) by David J. Vaughan, 1997
  8. America's Second Revolution: How George Washington Defeated Patrick Henry and Saved the Nation by Harlow Giles Unger, 2007-10-05
  9. Sales-Side Negotiation: Negotiation Strategies for Modern-day Sales People (From Great Moments in History) by Patrick Henry Hansen, 2006-05-31
  10. Patrick Henry: Patriot and Statesman by Norine Dickson Campbell, 1969-01
  11. Patrick Henry: Liberty or Death (Graphic Library: Graphic Biographies) by Glaser, Jason, 2006-01-01
  12. I Am Potential: Eight Lessons on Living, Loving, and Reaching Your Dreams by Patrick Henry Hughes, Patrick John Hughes, 2009-08-25
  13. Patrick Henry by Moses Coit Tyler, 2001-12
  14. Magazine Publishing Industry, The: (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Mass Communication) by Charles P. Daly, Patrick Henry, et all 1996-10-08

1. Patrick Henry
Meet the People Patrick Henry Patrick henry patrick Henry BornMay 29, 1736 in Hanover County, Virginia; Protested British tyranny;

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Patrick Henry
  • Born May 29, 1736 in Hanover County, Virginia
  • Protested British tyranny
  • Symbol of American struggle for liberty
  • Served in the Virginia House of Burgesses and the Continental Congress
  • Three-time governor of Virginia
  • Delivered the famous "Give me liberty or give me death!" speech. Listen to the speech
  • Died June 6, 1799 at Red Hill Plantation, Virginia
Early Years
Patrick Henry was born in Hanover County, Virginia in 1736, to John and Sarah Winston Henry. A symbol of America's struggle for liberty and self-government, Patrick Henry was a lawyer, patriot, orator, and willing participant in virtually every aspect of the founding of America. He was twice married, to Sarah Shelton, and to Dorothea Dandridge.
John Henry educated young Patrick at home, including teaching him to read Latin, but Patrick studied law on his own. In 1760, he appeared in Williamsburg to take his attorney's examination before Robert Carter Nicholas, Edmund Pendleton, John and Peyton Randolph, and George Wythe, and from that day forward, Patrick Henry's story is inseparable from the stream of Virginia history.
Powerful words resonated
In 1763, arguing the famed Parson's Cause in Hanover County, Patrick Henry proclaimed that a king who would veto a good and necessary law made by a locally elected representative body was not a father to his people but "a tyrant who forfeits the allegiance of his subjects." Henry amplified his idea to the point of treason in defending his resolutions against the Stamp Act in the House of Burgesses May 30, 1765.

2. American Revolution - Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry. The American political leader Patrick Henry was the most celebrated orator of the American Revolution. He was born on May 29, 1736, in Hanover County, Virginia.
Patrick Henry The American political leader Patrick Henry was the most celebrated orator of the American Revolution. He was born on May 29, 1736, in Hanover County, Virginia. Henry failed as both a storekeeper and a farmer before being admitted to the Virginia bar in 1760. However, he won fame in 1763 after his impassioned pleading in the Parsons' Cause, a case in which he defended the right of the colony to fix the price of the tobacco in which the clergy were paid, despite a contrary ruling from London. When Henry entered the House of Burgesses in 1765, he and Richard Henry Lee successfully compelled the entrenched oligarchy to share power with them. Henry's effectiveness as an orator gave him a commanding influence in the legislature throughout his life. After the passage of the Stamp Act (1765) he introduced a set of radical resolutions denouncing the British Parliament's usurpation of powers vested in the colonial legislature, which alone had the power to tax. He supported the resolves in a speech ending "Caesar had his BrutusCharles the first his Cromwelland George IIImay he profit from their example." Widely circulated throughout the colonies, the resolves made Henry famous. Henry was the focal point of Virginia's opposition to British policy. When the royal governor, Lord Dunmore, dissolved the Virginia legislature after the closing of the port of Boston in 1774, Henry organized a rump session of the legislature, which met in the Raleigh Tavern in Williamsburg. It issued an invitation to the other colonies to send delegates to a Continental Congress.

3. Henry Patrick Raleigh Artwork And Images At
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6. Henry, Patrick People American Revolution Wars And Conflicts Eighteenth Century
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PATRICK FAMILY. The first we see of henry patrick is the day he married RachelSmith. henry patrick married 1) RACHEL M. SMITH 2)MRS. CELIA CRONE.
The first we see of Henry Patrick is the day he married Rachel Smith. Their marriage recorded in the Coweta County Registry (Georgia) is the first documentation of his very existance. We cannot prove who his parents or siblings were as yet. We do have mention of him in a biographical sketch on one of his sons in the Biographical Souvenir of the State of Texas published in 1889 which states "...a native of South Carolina, who began life farming in his native state, but moved to Texas in 1843, and settled in Upshur County, where he resumed his vocation. He was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church..."
By virtue of her mother's obit and the same publication noted above, we now have proof that Rachel's parents were Briton Smith and Martha Williams. There will be a Smith Family page added to the links at this site as quickly as I can get all the information organized.
HENRY PATRICK b. 12 NOV 1805 GA. d. 1 MAY 1880 TX
m. 1 Apr. 1832 Coweta Co., GA

8. Albert Henry Patrick Lloyd And Elsie Georgina Osborne
Albert henry patrick Lloyd and Elsie Georgina Osborne. Albert henry patrick Lloyd,born at St. Arnaud, Victoria, 1906, died in 1958 at Mildura, South Australia.
Albert Henry Patrick Lloyd and Elsie Georgina Osborne Albert Henry Patrick Lloyd, born at St. Arnaud, Victoria, 1906, died in 1958 at Mildura, South Australia. Married in 1930 Elsie Georgina Osborne, born 1911, and died at Merebin, Victoria, 1974. Their child: 1. Peter Lloyd, born 1932, died at Swan Hill, Victoria in 1954.

9. Patrick Henry --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Henry, Patrick Encyclopædia Britannica Article. , Henry, Patrick (1736–99).Fearless and eloquent, Patrick Henry became the spokesman, patrick henry

10. Patrick Henry Elementary School
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11. Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry. By Brooke D. Patrick Henry was born on May 29,1736at Studly Plantation in Hanover County, Virginia. His parents
Patrick Henry
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Patrick Henry was born on May 29,1736 at Studly Plantation in Hanover County, Virginia. His parents were John Henry and Sarah Winston Synne. When Patrick was 16, he helped his older brother run a country store, but it failed. Then, when he was 18 he married Sarah Shelton and together they lived on a small farm. He later decided to sell his farm because of it's many responsibilities and decided to become a lawyer.
He read and taught law to himself and surprisingly passed the bar examination. Within 3 years of practicing law, he had handled over 1100 cases. Later, after the Indian Wars, Henry became involved in politics and earned a reputation for himself. One case that stands out for Henry was about the price of tobacco with the Anglican Church. He pleaded so well that the jury awarded the clergy one penny in damages. After that he was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses.
Later Henry began a revolutionary role immediately after the Stamp Act. Because of his widely-heard speeches, Henry almost overnight became one of the most prominent figures in Virginia.
Going back to Virginia, Henry got involved in a local militia and in this defense group delivered one of his most famous speeches ever, including the line "...I know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!"

12. Cafe Locale Discussion Forums: Henry Patrick Childress And Lucy Jennings
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13. The Rooms: Patrick Henry: Patrick Henry & Williamsburg
Patrick henry patrick Henry Williamsburg (Born 1736, died 1799).Patrick Henry, lawyer, patriot, and orator, was a living symbol

14. Archbishop Henry Patrick Rohlman [Catholic-Hierarchy]
CatholicHierarchy. Archbishop henry patrick Rohlman †. Deceased. EpiscopalLineage / Apostolic Succession Archbishop henry patrick Rohlman † (1927);
Archbishop Henry Patrick Rohlman
Archbishop Emeritus of Dubuque
Titular Archbishop of Cotrada
Date Age Event Title 17 Mar Born Appelhausen, Germany 21 Dec Ordained Priest Priest 20 May Appointed Bishop of Davenport , Iowa, USA 25 Jul Ordained Bishop Bishop of Davenport , Iowa, USA 8 Sep Appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of Dubuque , Iowa, USA 8 Sep Appointed Titular Archbishop of Macra 11 Nov Succeeded Archbishop of Dubuque , Iowa, USA 2 Dec Retired Archbishop of Dubuque , Iowa, USA 2 Dec Appointed Titular Archbishop of Cotrada 13 Sep Died Archbishop Emeritus of Dubuque , Iowa, USA

15. Portrait Of Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry (17361799). Revolutionary War orator and statesman. Ina speech urging armed resistance against the British, he declared
Patrick Henry
Revolutionary War orator and statesman. In a speech urging armed resistance against the British, he declared: "Give me liberty, or give me death!" Home Search Early America Review Movies ... Town Crier Forums

16. Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry. by David Dieteman. On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered thespeech made famous by its closing words – give me liberty, or give me death! .
Patrick Henry
by David Dieteman On March 23, 1775, Patrick Henry delivered the speech The words of Henry's speech are well-worth considering today, 226 years after they were delivered. Henry began the speech to the Second Virginia Convention as follows: The question before the House is one of awful moment to this country. For my own part, I consider it as nothing less than a question of freedom or slavery; and in proportion to the magnitude of the subject ought to be the freedom of the debate. It is only in this way that we can hope to arrive at truth, and fulfill the great responsibility which we hold to God and our country. Should I keep back my opinions at such a time, through fear of giving offense, I should consider myself as guilty of treason towards my country, and of an act of disloyalty toward the Majesty of Heaven, which I revere above all earthly kings. It should not be ignored that Henry viewed the war of secession from England as "a question of freedom or slavery." As Charles Adams has argued in

17. Henry Patrick Birmingham
Brigadier General henry patrick Birmingham. pages/generalbirmingham.htm
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Henry Patrick Birmingham was born March 4, 1854 in Brooklyn, New York, the son of Thomas and Margaret Tarpey Birmingham from Ireland. The family moved to St. Paul, Minnesota in 1857. General Birmingham graduated from the University of Michigan in 1876 where he received his medical degree. He practiced medicine for two years in civil life. In February 1887, Henry Birmingham married Myra Clarke in New York. In November of that same year his wife Myra and infant daughter Margarite died. General Birmingham later married Myra’s older sister Clara Clarke. They had three sons, Richard, a West Point graduate; Henry, U.S. Marine Corps, a graduate of Annapolis, and William, also a graduate of Annapolis. They also had two daughters, Ada married to Everette Harman, and Clara Birmingham, and one granddaughter, Evelyn Harman Eglin. General Birmingham served the United States Army as a contract surgeon from November 2, 1878, to March 1, 1881. He entered the commissioned ranks of the Army as an assistant surgeon March 2, 1881. He was promoted to captain, assistant surgeon in the army in 1886, and later to major brigade surgeon United States Volunteers in 1898. That same year he became major surgeon, Medical Corps, Regular Army. Ten years later in 1908, Birmingham was promoted to lieutenant colonel; then colonel in 1911, and a brigadier general in 1917. General Birmingham served as brigadier general, National Army, from October 13, 1917, to March 15, 1918. He was retired in his permanent grade of colonel after reaching the statutory age limit of sixty-four years. He was advanced to the grade of brigadier general on the retired list on June 21, 1930 under the provisions of an act of Congress approved that date.

18. Page De Données Généalogiques 127 (Pages Des Familles)
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Page de données généalogiques 127 (Pages des familles)
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19. (Frances "Franky" MOSES - Henry PATRICK )
JUL 1858 ) henry patrick (19 FEB 1828 3 DEC 1916 ) UP (Doctor C. HARMON - Susie_ ) BACK (Adelia MEYERS - Elizabeth MOSES ) NEXT (Henry N. PATRICK
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(ABT 1854 - ) Martha E. MOSES (ABT 1863 - ) Mary A. MOSES (ABT 1860 - ) S. M. MOSES (23 APR 1861 - ) W. I. MOSES (ABT 1870 - ) Wm. C. (G.?) MOSES (10 OCT 1853 - ) Betty Elizabeth NICKLOFF (11 FEB 1926 - ) Elsie ORCUTT Nancy Matilda "Mattie" OVERSTREET (1870 - 9 NOV 1928 ) Zelda OWENS (11 AUG 1916 - 5 DEC 1987 ) A. L. PATRICK (16 NOV 1861 - ) Andrew? S? N. PATRICK (ABT 1852 - ) Calvin PATRICK (ABT 1868 - ) Celeter PATRICK (ABT 1862 - ) G. B. F. PATRICK (8 DEC 1853 - ) Gilbert PATRICK (26 JAN 1857 - JUL 1858 ) Henry PATRICK (19 FEB 1828 - 3 DEC 1916 ) UP BACK (Adelia MEYERS - Elizabeth MOSES NEXT (Henry N. PATRICK - Bobbie Jean PHILLIPS

20. RootsWeb's WorldConnect Project: Descendents Of Henry Patrick
Descendents of henry patrick. ID I43284712; Name henry patrick; GivenName Henry; Surname PATRICK; Sex M; Birth 1805 in Georgia 1;

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