June 1729, Kennett Monthly Meeting, Chester, Pennsylvania
Kennett MM, Chester, Pennsylvania
Found multiple copies of DEAT DATE. Using JUN 1729Array
Marriage: December 6, 1689
Location: Newark, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
However, source has marriage as January 1690 (which matches what Dixon-344 had pre-merge, August 24, 2014). Probably the December date is the announcement of their intention to marry.
Please see this G2G discussion  for info on dubious connection to currently listed parents.
During the addition to this profile it noted - It's unusual for a mother's birth date (1668) to be more than 55 years before the birth date of one of her children (Harlan-1590 born 1732) .
I show her with one son listed so far - Stephen Harlan who was born in 1697 - Dinah was born in 1668. I'll fix it if I see something wrong but …. If you see something wrong - Please check the source and message me.
↑ this information needs verified, as records indicate that his widow immigrated to William Penn's Colony of Pennsylvania, in that portion which now is Delaware, in 1688
↑ The Era Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volume 5, Issue 11, pg 331
History and Genealogy of the Harlan Family, particularly of the descendants of George and Michael Harlan who settled in Chester County, Pa., 1687. Retrieved from Harlan Family.org and quoted from Genealogy of the Harlan family, by Alpheus Harlan.
USGenWeb, Newark/Kennett Monthly Meeting records 1686-1703
A.M.C., "Gregg-Dixon-Houghton, of Newcastle County, Delaware", The Era Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volume 5, Issue 11, Henry T. Coates & Co., 1898. pg 331
The WikiTree profile Dixon-720 was created on 5 July 2011 by Johanna Amnelin through the import of heinakuu2011-6.ged.
Dixon-4138 was created by Ed Wynn through the import of Wynn_2014-08-24_01.ged on Aug 24, 2014.
GEDCOM import by Gabriel Pelger through the import of GNP_Gedcom-1A_Mar 11 2014.GED on Mar 11, 2014.'
Note: At one point I considered Dinah b 1669 and Dinah b 1657 to be different people. After merges of their relatives, these two must be merged. But trolling through their detailed changes may reveal a (now) lost line: Dinah b 1669 and Dinah b 1657.
still to be incorporated
Dinah b 1669 (Dixon-1138) data fields at time of July 24, 2014 merge:
Dinah [middle name?] Dixon
Born January 1, 1669 in County Armaugh, Ireland
Daughter of Henry Dixon and Rose Harlan
Sister of Harlan Dixon, Michael Dixon, Dinah Dixon, Rose Dixon and William H. Dixon [add sibling]
Wife of Michael Harlan — married January 1, 1690 in Newark MM, Christiana Hundred, New Castle Co., DE
Mother of George Harlan Sr., Abigail Harlan, Thomas Harlan, Stephen Harlan, Michael, Jr. Harlan, Solomon Harlan, James Harlan and Dinah Harlan [add child]
Died 1735 in Kennett, Brandywine Creek, Pennsylvania, United States
Dinah b 1657 (Dixon-344) data fields prior to July 24, 2014 merge:
Dinah [middle name?] Dixon
Born 1657 in Lurgan Mm, Armagh, Ireland
Daughter of Henry Dixon and Rose (UNKNOWN) Dixon
Sister of Harlan Dixon, Michael Dixon and Dinah Dixon [add sibling]
Wife of Michael Harlan — married January 1690 [marriage location?]
Died June 1729 in Kennett Mm, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
data fields for Dixon3623 pre-merge (Aug. 24, 2014):
Dinah Harlan formerly Dixon
Born [date unknown] in Armagh, Ireland
Daughter of Henry Dixon and [mother unknown]
Sister of Rose Dixon and William H. Dixon
Wife of Michael Harlan — married December 6, 1689 in Newark, Chester, Pennsylvania, USA
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Dinah by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Dinah: