It was the father after all, who left Penn his wealth, including the Kings debt to him- which Charles II paid in full with a hefty chunk of New World land. Also, Penn only became a Quaker in his twenties, shortly after posing for his only painted portrait-the one with the lad in a full suit of armor. Peace-loving indeed. Yet peace is what he was loved and memorialized for, especially for his treaty with the Leni Leanpe(Delaware). I desire to gain your Love and Friendship by a kind, Just and Peaceable life he wrote to them from England. And he followed up with that desire with his holy experiment.