Let's start with the added bonus problem: Susannah Baker is shown as the wife of Israel Baker (of Swansea), with a marriage date of 27 November 1742 (location unknown.) Her profile shows no birth date, no death date, just a marriage to Israel.
I find no record of marriage of Israel and Susannah on 27 November 1742 or any other date. No birth of a Susannah Baker at an appropriate time to be wife in 1740-42 for Israel is found.
What I do find are births of TWO Hannah Bakers in Rehoboth (Bristol, Mass.):
18 Dec 1722, Hannah I, d. of John and Susannah, and 29 Nov 1724, Hannah II, d. of Joseph and Margaret.https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14010/525/253490953/ Rehoboth V1, p. 525.]
Also found is the marriage: Israel Cornel [sic.] of Swansea m. Hannah Baker of Rehoboth, 27 November 1740. [https://www.aamericanancestors.org/DB190/i/13932/184/251747124/ Swansea V1, p. 184.] Notice the coincidence of the date with the supposed Susannah. I believe this is likely Hannah I daughter of John and Susannah, since Hannah II d. of Joseph and Margaret would be only 15 years old, 9 days short of 16 on that date.
Introducing another Cornell: Elisha, probably brother of Israel, but I haven't delved into this area at all.
Elisha Cornell of Swansea and Hannah Baker of Rehoboth, Intention of marriage publish 17 December 1743,[https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/14010/421/253487293/ Rehoboth V1, p. 421.] and married 2 February 1743/4.[https://www.americanancestors.org/DB190/i/13932/177/251746770/ Swansea V1, p. 177.] Hannah II of Joseph and Margaret would be 19 at this time, and the more likely wife of Elisha.
There is a profile for Hannah II. Her birth is given as 1726, a guess that can be corrected.
My conclusions: Israel did not marry a Susannah Baker, and she should be disconnected from his profile (leaving a son Amos on her profile to sort out.) He did marry Hannah I, because of the reason above regarding the age of Hannah II had she married Israel. And finally, Elisha married Hannah II because she would be an appropriate age to marry at the time of Elisha's marriage.
I invite comments and constructive critiques.