Thanksgiving Break 2015 | Brookneal, VA
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Frogs in Brookneal, VA
Staunton River August 29 2015
Smallmouth fishing Staunton River, Va. Long Island to Brookneal.
The Crackpot Historian (pt. 1)
Cyrus Winworthy III takes on Red Hill Plantation, a historical landmark in Brookneal, VA, and the home of a great Revolutionary War patriot Patrick Henry. On his expedition to Red Hill, Cyrus Winworthy III, archeologist and crackpot historian, makes a groundbreaking discovery. For more information on The Crackpot Historian, contact me, Candace Phelps, at Cecash@liberty.edu.
Typhoon Q500 4K Drone Footage of Burlington Mills Textile Abandoned Factory
Typhoon Q500 4K Drone Footage of Burlington Mills Textile Abandoned Factory. This Factory has provided the family income for many families in Brookneal, Virginia and surrounding areas over many decades. The annual Christmas Party establish many fond childhood memories. This is a sad day to see the demolition. Music Provided by Chuki Beats entitled Sad Rap Beat
SOLD: Lot B-7, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Home perfect for a Senior Citizen 9/16 at Edison Mobile Estates
In Edison Mobile Estates we are always improving the community and the value of everyone's homes by removing older homes (trailer from the 40's and mobile homes from the 60's) and replacing them with quality affordable MANUFACTURED HOMES.
All our homes are for sale and are owner occupied. We do not rent. Subleasing is not allowed. We do not have low income housing. Our goal is to improve the reputation of Manufactured Homes by moving away from the traditional concept of mobile home and trailer expectations. In fact this unique housing industry has had an incredible evolution! in the 1940s they WERE trailers! And really were trailed around the country as Americans took to the highways and byways in their cars! In the 1960s they were mobile homes and were very mobile, hitched to the back of automobiles. But in 1976 the federal government created the HUD code and thereafter they were called MANUFACTURED HOMES because the building standards now met or exceeded state home building codes. At every manufacturing facility federal inspectors check every home for this high standard. Essentially MANUFACTURED HOMES are the same as an onsite home except the price is much lower because they are built in a facility where weather conditions do not affect progress and supplies are all on hand. It's an amazing process!
The BEST kept secret in Middlesex County
What's needed to buy a gorgeous new home?
1) 10 % down payment
2) Credit score of 650 or better
3) No more than 43% debt to income ratio
1) Visit Edison Mobile Estates at 852 US Hwy 1 North Edison, NJ 08817 by calling (732) 287-1839 or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an Appointment to see or order your Gorgeous New Home.
2) Contact these three Manufactured Home loan providers:
First Credit Corporation
Rich D’Elia, Vice President
21 North Main St
Gloversville, NY 12078
Key One Mortgage Inc.
Joseph Esola, Owner
960 Ashley Ave Southwest
Vero Beach, FL 32968
Triad Financial Services
Anna M Stewart, Internal Marketing
Kevin Archer, Regional Manager
125 Mooney Dr, Number 1
Bourbonnais, IL 60914
888-936-1179, ext 2247
3) Complete the Resident Application for our Community. There is a non-refundable $35 filing fee per adult. All persons to reside in the home are to be listed including children. The application is available by emailing email@example.com. This application authorizes a criminal and credit check on each person.
4) If the houses we have are sold, you get the amazing opportunity to order your own Gorgeous New Affordable Manufactured Home. Once you know your budget or receive your loan approval from the Finance Companies you make an appointment to meet with Mr. Dolan to order your Home on one of our available lots.
Monthly lot fee of $585 includes: City water and sewer, Garbage and recycling pick up, Mail delivery, property taxes and maintenance crew on site, office on site, care of common areas including streets (snow plowing and leaf blowing)
Join us at Edison Mobile Estates 852 US Hwy 1 N Edison, NJ 08817
(732) 287-1839 firstname.lastname@example.org
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8102 South River Rd, Pound, VA 24279
The Virtual Tour for the property at 8102 South River Rd, Pound, VA 24279 listed for $58,000: Other homes for sale by Randy Wampler of RIDGEVIEW REAL ESTATE: GREAT LOCATION IN THE POUND!! PRICED TO SELL!!This 3 bedroom, 1 bath home is very comfortable and convenient. Walkway and walk-in shower have been recently added. Oil boiler with radiators provides an additional heat source. Large outside storage building for your gardening tools or your outdoor toys (kayak, canoe, small boat, etc.). This property is within minutes of the Pound Lake, John Flanagan Lake, Jefferson National Forest, Breaks ...
Go Pro HD Hero 2 Kayaking down the Staunton River on Fun Float Day 2012
Kayaking down the Staunton River on Fun Float day 2012.
Atlanta City Qualifiers
American Ninja Warrior heads to Atlanta for the City Qualifying Round. Notable competitors include last season's Last Ninja Standing Drew Drechsel and former New England Patriot Tyrone Poole who will face up to six challenging obstacles including Off the Hook and Ferris Wheel, which are new to the course this year. Matt Iseman and Akbar Gbajabiamila host and Zuri Hall joins the show as sideline reporter.
Patrick Henry | Wikipedia audio article
This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article:
00:02:27 1 Early life and struggles (1736–1759)
00:06:55 2 Revolutionary lawyer and politician (1760–1775)
00:07:09 2.1 Parson's Cause
00:10:16 2.2 Stamp Act
00:15:51 2.3 Lawyer and landowner (1766–1773)
00:19:47 2.4 Renewed involvement and First Continental Congress (1773–1775)
00:26:40 2.5 Liberty or Death (1775)
00:30:09 2.6 Gunpowder incident
00:34:39 3 Independence and first time as governor
00:43:17 4 Leatherwood and the House of Delegates (1779–1784)
00:49:10 5 Second period as governor (1784–1786)
00:52:41 6 Opponent of the Constitution (1787–1790)
01:00:07 7 Later years
01:05:33 8 Monuments and memorials
01:08:47 9 Legacy and historical view
01:14:17 10 See also
01:14:30 11 Notes
01:14:39 11.1 Source bibliography
01:17:10 12 Further reading
01:18:02 12.1 Primary sources
01:18:23 13 External links
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Patrick Henry (May 29, 1736 – June 6, 1799) was an American attorney, planter, and orator well known for his declaration to the Second Virginia Convention (1775): Give me liberty, or give me death! A Founding Father, he served as the first and sixth post-colonial Governor of Virginia, from 1776 to 1779 and from 1784 to 1786.
Henry was born in Hanover County, Virginia, and was for the most part educated at home. After an unsuccessful venture running a store, and assisting his father-in-law at Hanover Tavern, Henry became a lawyer through self-study. Beginning his practice in 1760, he soon became prominent through his victory in the Parson's Cause against the Anglican clergy. Henry was elected to the Virginia House of Burgesses, where he quickly became notable for his inflammatory rhetoric against the Stamp Act of 1765.
In 1774 and 1775, Henry served as a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses, but did not prove particularly influential. He gained further popularity among the people of Virginia, both through his oratory at the convention and by marching troops towards the colonial capital of Williamsburg after the Gunpowder Incident until the munitions seized by the royal government were paid for. Henry urged independence, and when the Fifth Virginia Convention endorsed this in 1776, served on the committee charged with drafting the Virginia Declaration of Rights and the original Virginia Constitution. Henry was promptly elected governor under the new charter, and served a total of five one-year terms.
After leaving the governorship in 1779, Henry served in the Virginia House of Delegates until he began his last two terms as governor in 1784. The actions of the national government under the Articles of Confederation made Henry fear a strong federal government and he declined appointment as a delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention. He actively opposed the ratification of the Constitution, a fight which has marred his historical image. He returned to the practice of law in his final years, declining several offices under the federal government. A slaveholder throughout his adult life, he hoped to see the institution end, but had no plan for that beyond ending the importation of slaves. Henry is remembered for his oratory, and as an enthusiastic promoter of the fight for independence.