William Penn (disambiguation)
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William Penn (1644–1718) was the English founder of Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
William Penn may also refer to:
- William Penn (Royal Navy officer) (1621–1670), English admiral and the father of William Penn
- William Penn, Jr. (1681–1720), eldest surviving son of William Penn founder of Pennsylvania
- William Penn (athlete), American tug-of-war competitor
- William Evander Penn (1832–1895), Texas Baptist evangelist and minister
- William S. Penn (born 1949), mixed-race Nez Perce author and English professor at Michigan State
- William F. Penn, black physician in Atlanta, Georgia
- William Penn (pen name), pen name used by activist Jeremiah Evarts (1781–1831) in his essays against Indian removal
- William Penn (cricketer) (1849-1921), Kent county cricketer
Schools and societies
- William Penn University, private liberal arts university in Iowa
- William Penn Middle School, part of the Pennsbury School District in Bucks County, Pennsylvania
- William Penn High School (Delaware) in New Castle, Delaware
- William Penn High School (North Carolina) in High Point, North Carolina
- William Penn High School (Pennsylvania) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- William Penn (cigar brand), type of machine-made cigars manufactured by General Cigar Company
- USS Tecumseh (SSBN-628), submarine that was going to be named the USS William Penn
- a train operated by Amtrak as part of the Clocker service
- William Penn (Calder), an 1894 bronze statue by Alexander Milne Calder
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