maybe, maybe not
The Evening Bulletin
ANCIENT URY HOUSE SOLD TO CATHOLICS
...Soon after William Penn's arrival the property was acquired by the Taylor family and later was visited by Penn's grandsons, who amused their hosts by their disregard for the sober and plain living of the Founder.
Jefferson's pecan tree, planted on the lawn, is still a family tradition. Edward VII, who always complained he could never distinguish between scrapple and biddle, visited [1860.10.9-11] the house when he was Prince of Wales.