Its lord john berkeley
The Quakers purchased half of New Jersey from Lord John Berkeley. Before Lord John Berkeley owned this land it was owned by James, the Duke of York.
The Quakers purchased land in New Jersey, From Lord Berkeley.
Lord John Berkeley was one of the Co-founders of what is now known as New Jersey. He was born in 1607, and died in 1678.
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He was one of the founders of New Jersey.
Part of New York but soon after they named it New Jersey.
New Jersey was founded in 1664 by John Berkeley (Lord Berkeley) and Sir George Carteret.
The Province of Carolina
The proprietors named in the charter were Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon; George Monck, 1st Duke of Albemarle;William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven; John Berkeley, 1st Baron Berkeley of Stratton; Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury; Sir George Carteret; Sir William Berkeley (brother of John); and Sir John Colleton.
The Duke of York
Sir George Cateret and Lord John Berkeley
Sir AGeorge Cartaret and Lord John Berkeley established the colony of Nwe Jersey after the land was given to them by the Duke of York who got it from his brother, King Charles II.
The Lords Proprietors of NC were Edward Hyde, George Monck, William Craven, JOhn Lord Berkeley, Anthony Ashley Cooper, Sir George Carteret, Sir William Berkeley, and Sir John Colleton. <3 You Forever :)
The Lord Proprietors were Earl of Clarendon, Duke of Albemarle, Lord Craven, Lord Berkeley, Lord Ashley, Sir George Carteret, William Berkeley and Sir John Colleton. A charter issues by King Charles II of England gave the lands of Carolina to these men.
He and Sir George Carteret were the founders of the New Jersey Colony.
Sir George Carteret and Lord John Berkeley
there is no character named john in the book
Lord John BerkeleyPennsylvania was the land the Quakers purchased.