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There several Hannah Clarks in the late 1600's. The Hannah Clark who lived in Wethersfield married Jonathan Blinn on 9 Dec 1708 in Wethersfield (father William Clark is also listed in the marriage record) and she died 11 February 1713 age 23, likely born in 1690. Their children were Jonathan and Lucy.
Hannah's and Jonathan's marriage record lists William Clark as Hannah's father, but it doesn't list where he lived. It's simply assumed he lived in Wethersfield. There were 2 William Clarks in Wethersfield at this time: the one married to Susannah Treat and his son William who was born in 1673. The first is more likely Hannah's parents since the other William would have been 17 years old at her birth - which is possible but unlikely. It's also very possible that Hannah was born in Hartford, Windsor or another surrounding community. Wethersfield had well kept records at this time, and her birth isn't listed there. Of course, we also discover in the first William Clark's will that Thomas, probably his youngest son, isn't listed in the birth records there either, and he would have been born only a few years before Hannah....
WikiTree Profiles who may represent her parents: Clark-1861 and Treat-56
Her parents may also need changing. There are about 440 William Clark profiles on WikiTree. Becky Syphers
William Clark & Hannah Strong had a daughter Hannah who married did not marry a Blinn.
This Hannah Clark, estimated year of birth 1690, daughter of a William Clark, probably always lived at Wethersfield, Connecticut. Her year of birth calculated from her age 23 yrs [citation ?] stated on her death record.
Hannah Clark, dau of William married on 9 Dec 1708 to Jonathan Blinn at Wethersfield.
Hannah Blinn wife of Jonathan died 11 February 1713
Barbour Collection : Connecticut vital records, prior to 1850 Compiled by Lucius A. Film 0002982, Wethersfield, p. 29 About 1690 [calculated from age at death, Sept. 11, 1713, 23. (MHK)].
The New England Historical and Genealogical Register Vol. 143, p. 308 p. 317 [cemetery ?] text: 11 Sept 1723, aged 23; Wethersfield, Connecticut. Text Hannah Clark, daughter of William. Text: Jonathan Blinn, married, (1) Hannah Clark; 9 December 1708; Wethersfield, Connecticut.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Hannah by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Hannah: