Datapoint Early Sranan/Alignment of case marking of personal pronouns

Only the 3SG pronoun shows a nominative-accusative distinction (a/hem), the others are neutral.
(Dependent pronouns other than 3SG are ignored here; cf. Feature 17 "Special dependent personal pronouns".)

Values

Accusative alignment

Example 1-8:
A wakka go na Galileakondre, ma a no go na Nazareth.
A
3sg.sbj
waka
travel
go
go
na
loc
Galileakondre,
Galilee.country
ma
but
a
3sg.sbj
no
neg
go
go
na
loc
Nazareth.
Nazareth
He travelled to Galilee, but he did not go to Nazareth.

Source: Schumann 1781: 45

Example 1-141:
A bossi hem.
A
3sg.sbj
bosi
kiss
en.
3sg
S/he kissed him/her. In context: He [Judas] kissed him [Jesus].

Source: Schumann 1781: 264

Example 1-37:
Mi zi joe noefetrom.
Mi
1sg
si
see
yu
2sg
nofotron.
often
I see you often.
Dutch: Ik zie haar dikwils. [op.cit.]

Source: van Dyk ca. 1765: 6

Example 1-142:
Ju tikri mi.
Yu
2sg
tigri
tickle
mi.
1sg
You're tickling me.
German: Du kützelst mich. [op.cit.]

Source: Schumann 1783: 182

Confidence:
Very certain