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Birth record for Hannah, daughter of Dinah, reported by slaveholder Charity Dean

Middlesex County Clerk
1810-05-17

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Slaveholder Charity Dean reports that Dinah, an enslaved woman, gave birth to daughter Hannah on March 30, 1809. The birth certificate was recorded by Middlesex County Clerk, William P. Deare, on May 17, 1810.

Birth record for Cato Edgar and Martin King, sons of Dihan, reported for the estate of slaveholder John Smalley

Middlesex County Clerk
1830-02-06

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Executors of the estate of slaveholder John Smalley report that Dinah, an enslaved woman, gave birth to sons Cato Edgar (on October 25, 1825) and Martin King (on July 24, 1829).

Birth record for Dinah, daughter of Rose, reported by slaveholder George Farmer

Middlesex County Clerk
1805-08-12

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Slaveholder George Farmer reports that Rose, an enslaved woman, gave birth to daughter Dinah on January 30, 1805.

Birth record for Nicholas, son of Dinah, reported by slaveholder James DeHart

Middlesex County Clerk
1809-08-12

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Slaveholder James DeHart reports that Dinah, an enslaved woman, gave birth to son Nicholas on March 22, 1808.

Removal of Dinah to Louisiana, sold by slaveholder William Van Deursen to Jacob Klady

Middlesex County Clerk
1817-08-30

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This is a record of Dinah's removal from the state of New Jersey to Louisiana. Dinah was a young woman enslaved to Dr. William Van Deursen (Queen’s College alumnus 1809, trustee 1823-1873, and brother to Queen’s College Treasurer Staats Van Deursen).…