I have a really twisted up case of conflation if anyone would like to help me out here.
We will set the scene. It is Middletown, Connecticut, in 1722. A young girl named Hannah Hubbard marries a man named Samuel Wetmore. Two months later, the wedding bells ring again - another Hannah Hubbard marries John Stow.
But now, people think that those two girls were one in the same - even though they were having children with two different men at the same time.
What we know:
On July 4, 1700, Nathaniell Hubbard and his wife Mary Earl(e) have a daughter Hannah in Middletown, Connecticut.
On June 21, 1722, Hannah Hubbard marries Samuel Wetmore in Middletown, Connecticut. They have children Samuel (1723), Hannah (1725), John (1727), Noah (1730), Mehetable (1732), Sarah (1734), Lois (1735), Joel (1737), Millecent (1739), and Mary (1741). All of these births occurred in Middletown.
On August 1, 1722, Hannah Hubbard marries John Stow in Middletown, Connecticut. They have children Hannah (1723), John (1725), Stephen (1727), Martha (1729), George (1731), and Katherine (1734). All of these births also occurred in Middletown.
Unfortunately, both Hannah’s share a FamilySearch profile, and it is unknown who was the actual daughter of Nathaniel and Mary. Both women are consistently listed as their daughter in research, even when they aren’t combined into one. John Stow’s sister married another child of the Hubbard’s, but Hannah on Wikitree is listed as a Wetmore (connected to this question). John Stow is also on Wikitree. The Stow-Hubbard couples even married on the SAME DAY. Help separating the Hannah’s is appreciated.