Who is Patrick Henrys wife?
Her name was Sarah Shelton, and she wasn't crazy. She died from Edward her son who made her ill. Luckily he married Dorothea Dandbridge which we don't know how she died
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He became famous after he defended the Parson's Cause which was theright of the Virginia colony to fix the price of tobacco. Henryearned his law license in 1760. In 1765, Patrick Henry was elected to the House of Burgesses. Heproduced a solution to the Stamp Act. The Stamp Act made colonistsput a st…amp on every important document and had to be paid a taxfor. Patrick Henry said the colonists had as much a right as thepeople in Britain to protest such an unfair tax. Henry was a greatinfluencer and orator. He is known for the quote, "I know not whatcourse others may take but as for me; give me liberty or give medeath!" This convinced many people to fight in the revolution.Henry became the leader of a militia against Lord Dunmore becauseof an argument about gunpowder known as the Gunpowder Incident. Healso became the first governor of Virginia. In his later years, Patrick Henry became the fifth governor ofVirginia again. He made speeches that helped the young UnitedStates. He was very helpful in creating this country because hemade very persuading speeches that convinced many to people torebel. Without Patrick Henry, we would have never had as manypeople fight in the American Revolution. ( Full Answer )
Patrick Henry died on June 6, 1799 on Red Hill Plantation in Virginia due to stomach cancer
Patrick Henry is perhaps best known for the speech he made in the House of Burgesses on March 23, 1775, in Saint John's Church in Richmond, Virginia. the House was undecided on whether to mobilize for military action against the encroaching British military force, and Henry argued in favor of mobili…zation. he ended his speech with words that have since become immortalized: "is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? forbid it, Almighty God ! i know not what course others may take, but as for me, give me liberty or give me death!" the crowd jumped up and shouted "to arms! to arms!" ( Full Answer )
He didn't do anything, because he did not go to the ConstitutionalConvention he made a excuse and said i smelt a rat.
Patrick Henry (May 29, 1736 - June 6, 1799) was a prominent figure in the American Revolution, known and remembered for his "Give me Liberty, or give me Death!" speech. Along with Samuel Adams and Thomas Paine, he was one of the most influential (and radical) advocates of the American Revolution an…d republicanism, especially in his denunciations of corruption in government officials and his defense of historic rights. He also rode with Paul Revere to warn people about the British coming. Patrick Henry was an attorney, planter and a politician who was involved in the fight for Virginia's freedom. ( Full Answer )
Patrick Henry lived in Hanover, Virginia. He was also one of theAnti-federalists of that time and he served greatly in many wars.
he said, "give me liberty or give me death".. he also said, "i am not a Virginian but American". he fought for the country.
He said he "smelt a rat" and refused to go. He was afraid of the inevidable formation of a national government.
He went to King's College in Aberdeen. If you have any morequestions, just ask them to me, MaplestoryFreak! Thanks! I'm also doing a project on Patrick Henry...
He joined the revolution because he wanted the 13 colonies to be under their own rule.
he made the famous speech "GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH" an the was one of the many people that said "NO TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION" He had a way with the jury to agree with him with his sparkling blue eyes
Patrick Henry was born on May 29, 1736 and died on June 6, 1799. Patrick Henry would have been 63 years old at the time of death or 279 years old today.
Patrick Henry was the Governor of Virginia from 1176 to 1779 andfrom 1784 to 1786. He led opposition to the Stamp Act and is bestknown for his "give me liberty or give me death" speech.
Unless the killer's name was Stomach Cancer then he died of natural causes because that was the listed cause of death when he passed away at the age of 63 on 6 June 1799 at Brookneal, Virginia. He is best known for his speech on 23 March 1775 to the Virginia Convention known as the "Give me liber…ty or give me death speech". No copy of that speech exists, but most of the key points of what we have of it now comes from " Life and Character of Patrick Henry" by William Wirt which was first published in 1816. ( Full Answer )
In 1754 he married Sarah Shelton, who died in 1775. He married Dorthea Dandridge in 1777. Patrick Married twice. His first wife was named Sarah Shelton. With her, he had six children. Their names were; Martha,John,William,Anne,Elizabeth, and Edward. With his second wife, Dorothea Dandridge, He had e…leven children. They were caled; Dorothea (Dolly), Sarah Butler (Sallie), Martha Catharana (Kitty), Patrick, Jr.,Fayette,Alexander, Nathaniel West, Rishard, Edward Winston, John, and Jane Robertson. ----- I hope my answer was helpful!:) ( Full Answer )
Patrick Henry did many things for the American Revolution. He had his famous speech, which his most famous quote was "Give me liberty or give me death." Basically, Patrick Henry sparked the colonists anger at Britain, and made them think that maybe they could win a war if they fought. A month after …his famous speech, the war started. Coincidence? I think not. One of the main reasons that the war started so soon after his speech was because of what Patrick Henry did to contribute to the American Revolution. He is a well-mentioned historical figure for a reason. ( Full Answer )
He was a patriot. He made a fit about the Stamp Acts. He made a famous speech ending with "Give me liberty or give me death!" He made a speech called "Treason". The Stamp Acts was made to pay for the French and Indian war. He was home schooled by his dad, and he wasn't very smart, but he was the fir…st Governor of Virginia. Patrick Henry was born in Studley, Hanover County, Virginia on May 29, 1736. He had 17 children (6 with his 1 st wife Sarah Shelton and 11 with his 2 nd wife Dorothea Dandridge). He died on June 6, 1799 aged 63. ( Full Answer )
my teacher said that Patrick Henry's nick name was Hot Head because he got everyone rawled-up .
He did an inspiring speech and he was a leader and orator and lead many people in the revolution. Lydia W. in Kansas City. (in fifth grade)
Patrick Henry was an outspoken patriot. His most famous words were"Give me liberty or give me death". Reseach has not found anyPatrick Henry inventions.
- not support constitution. - was antifederalist then became federalist. - failed at business became a lwayer. - had 11 or 12 kids. all i know.
She actually had a mental illness. It soon led her to her early death. This mental illness began 1771. It is sad but true.
He opposed the US Constitution because it did not go far enough to protect the rights of the people, demanding the adoption of the Bill of Rights . He denounced clergy who meddled in the government as "enemies of the community" . Just a week after he joined the legislature he introduced a bill… with language so extreme that some wanted him hanged. The bill passed . . He was elected Governor of Virginia five times, though some of his speeches contained such graphic name-calling they often had to be heavily edited. . He is one of the few early American's ever to be featured on a US Stamp, and has even has a nuclear submarine named for him ( Full Answer )
He was a promoter of independence helped wit da unfair stamp act nd encourage people wit his quotes dat had an impact on people.
He married twice, first to Sarah Shelton then to Dorthea Dandrige. He had 17 kids, all in all.
He was buried at Red Hill Patrick Henry National Memorial. He died at his house.
He was an orator and politician who led the movement for independence in Virginia in the 1770s. Henry also led the opposition to the Stamp Act of 1765 and is well remembered for his "Give me liberty, or give me death" speech.
Patrick Henry didn't want to go to school, like many of us kids. He wanted to live in the wild, or at least his nearby forest, like an Indian. His servant, or most likely, Caesar, always trailed along behind him. That's your answer :). By the way, if you have any more questions, just ask them to me,… MaplestoryFreak. Thanks! ( Full Answer )
Well he is not a hero but he is a rolemodel for his famous saying "Give me liberty or give me death!" So he is actually a rolemodel
Patrick Swayze's wife was Lisa Niemi. She is an actress and dancer.They were married from 1975 to 2009 when Patrick Swayze died.
He met his wife at his mother's dance studio in Houston, Tx. She was taking lessons there.
Patrick married Susan White who he met when he worked at CNN. Theynow have three daughters and one son
yes his first wife died by the birth of her child Edward., but i don't remember how Dorthea Dandbridge.
He was the Creator of " give me liberty or give me death". That was a very popular speech in 1775.
His wife and child were murdered by Red John, a cereal killer who paints a smiley face with the victims blood near the body. Jane has been hunting him since then to finally avenge his loved ones.
Patrick Henry's speech was important because he helped persuade Virginia to enter into the fight for American independence.
Patrick Henry spoke about liberty in his, oh so famous speech: "Give me LIBERTY, of Give me DEATH!
He hunted and played alot of instruments in the woodland family such as the violin because he was scottish, and at age 11 he worked as a clerk in a county store.
He wrote a speech, and delivered it. It included the phrase, "I know not the coure that others might take, but, as for me, give me liberty, or give me death."
Patrick Henry lived from May 29 1736 to June 6 1799 and was born in Hanover county Virgina
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you guys suck you cant answer a stupid quisten you guys said youcan answer anything
yes he was married he married to Dorthea Dandbride and Sarah Shelton. Sarah Shelton was his first wife but she died with the birth of child. Cool right?
Some thought he was a nice delegate., but some called him a threat. and you can tell not many people liked him because they called him treason just after his liberty or death speech.
"Give me liberty or give me death!" oh and next time, try and spell constitution correctly. just a tip
Patrick Henry is known for saying, I regret that I have but one life to give for my country.
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Henry's call to arms was carried over the protests of moreconservative patriots and was one of the causes of the order forLord Dunmore, the royal governor, to remove some gunpowder from theMagazine. Henry, "a Quaker in religion but the very devil inpolitics," mobilized the militia to force restituti…on of thepowder. Since Henry's action followed the British march on Concordby only a few hours, it is said to mark the beginning of theAmerican Revolution in Virginia. ( Full Answer )
Patrick Henry was the governor of Virginia twice. He was also afounding father of America.
Patrick said a lot of things- he was a lawyer, and they talk a lot. But he was probably best known for a speech he made at St. John's Church in Richmond VA, where he urged his fellow Virginians to demand freedom from the rule of Great Britain. Known as the "Give me Liberty- or give me death" speech.… This is the end of his speech: . It is in vain, sir, to extenuate the matter. Gentlemen may cry, Peace, Peace but there is no peace. The war is actually begun! The next gale that sweeps from the north will bring to our ears the clash of resounding arms! Our brethren are already in the field! Why stand we here idle? What is it that gentlemen wish? What would they have? Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death! ( Full Answer )