John Penn Crossword Puzzle

John Penn Crossword Puzzle

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  1. This ship was named after John Penn and was sunk during World War II. (11)
  2. John Penn was born in this state (8)
  3. Penn assisted this rebel leader featured in the movie "The Patriot," with supplies. (13)
  4. Penn's also famous uncle who allowed him to use his extensive library. (15)
  5. John Penn controlled North Carolina's military through his service on this powerful committee. (10)
  6. Penn began his legal profession in this Virginia town. (12)
  7. Penn and the other North Carolina delegates received their direction to vote for independence from this document. (15)
  8. John Penn studied as a young man for this field. (6)
  9. John Penn nearly fought a duel with this President of Congress. (12)
  10. John Penn's age when he inherited his father's estate (8)
  11. Penn was largely responsible for the defeat of this British general. (10)
  12. Penn was originally buried near this Granville County estate. (11)


  1. John Penn was reburied in 1894 on the grounds of this Revolutionary War Battle. (8)
  2. John Penn's father's name (5)
  3. John Penn filled this man's vacant seat at the Continental Congress. (14)
  4. John Penn moved to this North Carolina town in 1774. (12)
  5. Penn's wife. (12)
  6. Penn's daughter Lucy married this man who became a famous colonel during the Revolutionary War. (10)
  7. Penn's religious affilation (9)
  8. Penn attended North Carolina's Provincial Congress in this town in 1775. (9)
  9. Penn's son who never married. (7)
  10. John Penn died at this young age. (10)
  11. Age at which Penn was accepted to the bar. (9)

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