Clay Springs Restaurant, Motel & Gift Shoppe
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Clay Springs Restaurant, Motel & Gift Shoppe
Hanover Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Air Conditioned, Family Units, TV, W/W Carpet, Combination baths, Restaurant. U.S. Hwy 301, 10 Miles North of Richmond.


Clay Springs Restaurant, Motel & Gift Shoppe
Title:
Clay Springs Restaurant, Motel & Gift Shoppe
Hanover Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Highway #301, 10 Miles North of Richmond. Air Conditioned, Family Units, TV, W/W Carpet, Combination baths. Restaurant open 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.



Hanover Tavern
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Hanover Tavern
Hanover Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of Barksdale Theatre since 1953. Built in early 18th century. Owners included Wm. Parks of Williamsburg, printer-founder of Virginia Gazette and John Shelton, father-in-law of Patrick Henry who lived here at time of "Parson's Cause" Trial. During Revolutionary War, Cornwall is stayed here and later George Washington. A Virginia Historic Landmark.


Barksdale Theatre Hanover Court House
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Barksdale Theatre Hanover Court House
Hanover Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Barksdale Theatre, a year 'round arena stage, is housed in historic Hanover Tavern in Hanover Court House, Va. On U.S. Highway 301. Built in 1723 as a stagecoach stop, it has hosted such men as Washington, Jefferson, Patrick Henry, LaFayette and Lord Cornwallis.



Hanover Court House
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Hanover Court House
Hanover Virginia (VA), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected in 1735 and served as headquarters for Lord Cornwallis and Lt. Col. Tarleton. Fierce battle fought here the 27th May 1862. Patrick Henry and Henry Clay were born near here. Machumps, brother-in-law of King Powhatan, also lived near here in 1610. Monument erected in honor of her Confederate Soldiers and of the noble women who loved them, 1861 - 65.




Total: 5 Items