Newark Academy Historic Marker
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Founded at New London, Pennsylvania in 1741 by Rev. Dr> Francis Allison. Removed in 1752 to Cecil County, Md. and in 1767 to Newark. Chartered by Thomas and Richard Penn 1969. Closed from 1777 to 1780 on account of revolutionary war. Merged with Newark College (now University of Delaware) 1834. Separated from College 1869 and continued as independent academy until 1898. Many famous men were educated in this school.
– Historic Markers Commission 1933
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