A 1742 deed for land owned by John, Thomas and Richard Penn, sons of Pennsylvania founder William Penn, is displayed at the site of the land it conveyed in Tulpehocken Township. Joel Zinn, center, donated the deed to the Andulhea Heritage Center in Rehrersburg. Also shown are (from left) are Sandra Kauffman, Judith Zinn and Dolores Hill. Kauffman is an Andulhea board member and Hill is its president.
TULPEHOCKEN TOWNSHIP, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania was still a colony under King George II of England when Michael Reis bought 400 acres of land in Bethel and Tulpehocken townships from the family of William Penn, the colony's founder. The land was carved out of the Manor of Andulhea, a 5,000-acre Penn family estate near Rehrersburg. kAmy@9? [ %9@>2D 2?5 #:492C5 !6?? [ D@?D @7 E96 7@F?56C[ D@=5 E96 AC@A6CEJ E@ #6:D :? `fca[ 2 564256 367@C6 E96 7@F?5:?8 @7 q6C<D r@F?EJ 2?5 bc J62CD 367@C6 E96 p>6C:42?
John, Thomas and Richard Penn, sons of the founder, sold the property to Reis in 1742, a decade before the founding of Berks County and 34 years before the American Revolution. The tract lay along the historic Tulpehocken Path, the Iroquois Indian trail that Conrad Weiser traveled between Shamokin in present-day Northumberland County and Womelsdorf, a village then known as Weiser.
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