• March 1, 2012
  • Posted By: ipdesign

Thomas Penn, Penn’s son, arrived at Pennsbury and sent reports of the sad condition of the estate. In 1736 he wrote: “I found the house at Pennsbury was very near falling, the Roof open as well as windows, and the woodwork almost rotten.” He began making repairs to stabilize the manor house and outbuildings.

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