After 200 Years, Three Slaves Get a Final Resting Place
The three men, named Tom, Dan and John, were discovered in the 1970s when the land, once owned by Henry Simson Sr., was being developed.
The ceremony was held in a small African-American cemetery nestled between St. Joseph's Cemetery and the Old Newton Cemetery. About 20 people gathered in drizzling rain to honor the dead, including members of the Sussex County Historical Society.
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