Rare Antique Indenture Signed By John Penn And Richard Penn Bucks County Pa 1800


Rare Antique Indenture Signed By John Penn And Richard Penn Bucks County Pa 1800

This item has been shown 0 times.

Buy Now

Rare Antique Indenture Signed By John Penn And Richard Penn Bucks County Pa 1800:
$160


Indenture circa 1800 for John Penn of Bucks County PA and Richard Penn grandsons of William Penn.
John Penn
5th Chief proprietor of Pennsylvania
In office
1775–1776
Preceded by William Penn
Succeeded by Thomas Penn
Personal details
Born 22 February 1760
London, England
Died 21 June 1834 (aged 74)
Stoke Poges, England
Profession part proprietor of the Province of Pennsylvania, writer and governor of the Isle of Portland
John Penn (aka "John Penn, Jr.", "John Penn of Stoke") (22 February 1760 – 21 June 1834) was the chief proprietor of the Province of Pennsylvania as of 1775 (now the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a state of the United States), and also a politician and writer. He and his cousin, John Penn ("John Penn the Governor") held unsold property, of 24,000,000 acres (97,000 km2), which the Pennsylvania legislature confiscated after the American Revolution.Penn lived in Philadelphia for five years after the Revolution, from 1783-1788, building a country house outside the city. He returned to Great Britain in 1789 after receiving his three-fourths portion of £130,000, the compensation for the proprietorship by the Pennsylvania government. He and his cousin John Penn, who remained a resident in the United States, also received compensation from Parliament for their losses in the former colony.In 1798 Penn was appointed as High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, and served as a Member of Parliament (1802-1805). He was appointed in 1805 as governor of the Isle of Portland. Also a writer, he published in a variety of genres.
Richard Penn (governor)
For other people named Richard Penn, see Richard Penn (disambiguation).
Richard Penn, Jr. (27 May 1735 – 27 May 1811, Richmond, Surrey, England) served as the Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Pennsylvania from 1771 to 1773, and was later a member of the British Parliament.
Richard Penn
Penn, of Laleham in Middlesex, was the second son of Richard Penn, Sr. (1706–1771) and the grandson of the William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania. He was educated at Eton College and St John's College, Cambridge before joining the Inner Temple.[1] In 1763 he and his brother John visited Pennsylvania, of which his family were still sole proprietors. He was qualified as a councilor on January 12, 1764. In 1771 he returned to Pennsylvania and was appointed Lieutenant Governor. He soon became Acting Governor when his brother returned to England to attend to the colony's legal interests. He proved popular with the provincials, taking much care over their commercial interests, but less so with his uncle, the Proprietor. After two years he was supplanted by the re-appointment of his brother as governor.

Posted with Mobile


Rare Antique Indenture Signed By John Penn And Richard Penn Bucks County Pa 1800:
$160

Buy Now



Antique Application For Burial To Deceased Civil War Veteran, Kings Co. Ny 1895 picture
Antique Application For Burial To Deceased Civil War Veteran, Kings Co. Ny 1895


Louisville Kentucky 1876 - J T S Brown Liquor Whiskey Billhead Signed picture
Louisville Kentucky 1876 - J T S Brown Liquor Whiskey Billhead Signed


1877 Land Document Secretary Of State In Council Indian Office British Royalty   picture
1877 Land Document Secretary Of State In Council Indian Office British Royalty


#9018,contract Of Sales,1886,millersburg Ohio Mayers Brothers picture
#9018,contract Of Sales,1886,millersburg Ohio Mayers Brothers


#9019,deed,twp Grandview,washington Cty Ohio,1863,handwritten,mariah Mitchell picture
#9019,deed,twp Grandview,washington Cty Ohio,1863,handwritten,mariah Mitchell


#9121,seldom Seen Lumber Deed Alabama 1899 picture
#9121,seldom Seen Lumber Deed Alabama 1899