William Penn


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Noun1.William Penn - Englishman and Quaker who founded the colony of Pennsylvania (1644-1718)William Penn - Englishman and Quaker who founded the colony of Pennsylvania (1644-1718)
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* William Penn was termed Minquon by the Delawares, and, as he never used violence or injustice in his dealings with them, his reputation for probity passed into a proverb.
Penndome Sri Lanka, announces its brand launch in Sri Lanka of the William Penn brand.
1718: William Penn, founder of The Quakers, died in Pennsylvania.
Back in March 1681, King Charles II of England granted land in the New World to William Penn. While other colonies at the time were under England's rule, Penn became the owner outright of 28 million acres of land.
Which US state was founded by English Quaker William Penn? 9.
A REMARK attributed to William Penn as well as William E.
| 1644: Quaker leader William Penn - founder of the state of Pennsylvania - was born in London.
Frederick-based Legal & General America has appointed Mark Holweger as president and CEO of its insurance division, which includes operating companies Banner Life Insurance Company and William Penn Life Insurance Company of New York.
Interment William Penn Memorial Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA.
Yma mae'n nodi trichanmlwyddiant marw William Penn, ac yn archwilio'i gysylltiadau Cymreig honedig DYWED John F Watson yn ei gyfrol Memories of Philadelphia fod teulu'r Crynwr, William Penn, o waed teulu brenhinol y Tuduriaid.