William Penn


Life description

He was the founder of the province of Pennsylvania. He was a very religious person which led him to become a Quaker later on. He was also famous for creating a treaty with the native Americans that kept them from having a war. Along with the other treaty he made another one fighting against slavery and had some help with other Quakers.

Later years in his life

In the year of 1696 William Penn has married his second wife Hannah Callowhill. Together they had seven children and his wife helped him in the new Pennsylvania after having a stroke in the year 1712. Six years later sadly he died in the year 1718 in England on July 30.