It would be better if the citations in these profiles, which appear to be online, had links to their sources, so people could make comparisons. "Ancestry", forex, is insufficient as a source.
The Quaker burial order in 1786 has a definite authority and it clearly identifies her spouse. The spouse would appear to be the key here, but as it is, he is married to two different versions of his wife, who might be two different persons, or the same person with flawed data.
I find elsewhere that the 1835 burial was in Soleport Cumberland, and it appears to be a child's burial, showing Hannah's father. https://www.findmypast.co.uk/transcript?id=R_269790396
||Solport, Cumberland, England|
|Father's first name(s)
||J. C. C.|
|Father's last name
||England Deaths & Burials 1538-1991|
|Age at death
||Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records|
||06 Jan 1835|
||England, Great Britain|
Accordingly, that one should be dismissed.