I got it this time I pretty sure this is the Hannah you are looking for:
U.S Find a Grave Index 1600-Current. Memorial #114681460 has a bio. information is: Hannah Billings Walker b. 27 Feb 1736. birth place: Westborough, Worchester County, Massachusetts. Death: 18 Apr 1815. place: Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont, USA. Cemetery: Summer Hill Burial or Cremation: Springfield, Windsor County, Vermont.
1st. marriage was to Joseph Old (s) intent of marriage 8-18-1758 in Westborough, Worchester County, Massachusetts. Their Child: Reuben Old (s) 1759-1840 married Elsabeth Haywood/ Azubah Walker.
2nd marriage was in 1766 to Lieut. Gideon Walker. Their Children were: Billings Walker 1767-1852 he married Hannah Proctor. John Wilks Walker 1770-. Ensign Gideon Walker 1772-. he married a Rachel, then Martha Nott. Walter Pitts Walker 1774-1785. Hannah 1776, she married Ellicott Lynde. Artemas Bernard Walker 1781. This information if I read it right was added to find a grave on Jul 31, 2013.
Lieut. Gideon Walker b. Oct 8, 1734 Brookfield, Worchester County, Massachusetts. d. Jun 3, 1800 Cavendish, Windsor County, Vermont. USA. His parents were: Edward Walker 1690-1754. and Elizabeth Dean. His first wife was Dorothy d. 9-8-1717 Brookfield, Massachusetts. His 2nd wife was Hannah Billings they married 4-4-1723 Brookfield, Massachusetts. Source Find a Grave memorial # 105319199
Olean Times Herald p. 15 by Dorothy Godfrey Wayman : Gideon was in the Revolutionary War. He was a Matross in Colonel James Converse's Massachusetts Militia Company. He packed powder bags and irson cannon balls down the muzzle of the cannon while the gunner got the cannon aimed and commanded to "Fire".