William's father decides to disinherit him, but later decides to let him be in his will once again
William's Father dies
William and the Quakers
William Penn had become the preacher for the quakers a religous group of christians.
Penn gets inheritence
King Charles II owed money to Penn. Penn didn't want money he wanted land to practice his religous beliefs on and not get sent to jail. With the help of the Duke of York he got his land and named it Pennsylvania (Penn's Woods)