She lived in Lincoln, Kansas in 1900 with her husband and two of her five living children; Andrew, who was 27 helped his father on the family farm and Nettie who was 11.
Between 1897 and 1910, Kansas experienced a smallpox epidemic.
In the 1910 US Census, in Tacoma, Washington, Hannah is identified as "Mrs. Robt Wilson", a 63 year old female, who bore nine children and five were alive. She lived with her daughter Nettie, who was 21, and her 37 year old son, Andrew.
During the week ending June 8, 1911, real estate owned by Hannah Wilson was transferred to the City of Hoquiam, Chesalis County, Washington.