Penn

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William Markham (Governor) - In Pennsylvania
... Markham was appointed by his first cousin, Governor William Penn, and served as acting governor while Penn was in England ... control of the Delaware territories which had also been given to Penn ... Penn first arrived in Pennsylvania in October 1682 and relieved Markham of his duties ...
Eileen Ryan
... She is the widow of actor and director Leo Penn, and mother of singer Michael Penn and actors Sean Penn and the late Chris Penn ...
Hurlyburly - Film Adaptation
... The cast included Sean Penn, Kevin Spacey, Chazz Palminteri, Robin Wright Penn, Garry Shandling, Anna Paquin, and Meg Ryan ... Penn's performance won him the Volpi Cup and Drazan was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival ... Penn also was nominated Best Male Lead at the Independent Spirit Awards ...
George W. Atherton - Biography
... His 24 year tenure at Penn State began in 1882 ... While Penn State's reputation was still not outstanding, Atherton had succeeded in rescuing the school from negligence by the state government and converted it into an ... Auditorium, near Old Main, on the main campus of Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania ...
Penn, West Midlands - Notable People
... Notable people who grew up in Penn are Nigel Slater, food writer for The Observer Dave Hill, Slade guitarist Beverley Knight MBE, soul singer ...

Famous quotes containing the word penn:

    Nodding, its great head rattling like a gourd,
    And locks like seaweed strung on the stinking stone,
    The nightmare stumbles past,
    —Robert Penn Warren (1905–1989)

    The spirit of [William] Penn will not be stayed. You cannot set limits to such knightly adventurers. After their own day is gone their spirits stalk the world, carrying inspiration everywhere that they go and reminding men of the lineage, the fine lineage, of those who have sought justice and right.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    Men are generally more careful of the breed of their horses and dogs than of their children.
    —William Penn (1644–1718)