She married after 1670 to John Crandall and they had two children, as follows:
Jeremiah, b. aft. 1670, died between 1 and 28 Aug 1718 at Westerly, m. Priscilla Warner, daughter of John and Ann (Gorton) Warner; she m2. Abraham Lockwood of Providence;
Eber, b. 1675, d. betw. 22 Aug and 15 Sep 1727 at Westerly, m1. Unknown, m2. Patience, daughter of George Lanphear, m3. Mary Cottrell, possible dau. of John.
John Crandall died in 1676 and Hannah married, as her second husband, John Cottrell of Westerly. John came to own land in 1680 that belonged to Rev. John Crandall, and it is thought that it might be because his wife was a Crandall.
Hannah died about 1678 at Westerly, Rhode Island, where she is likely buried.
↑ Bierce, Thurber Hoffman, Ancestors in the United States of Byron H. Bierce and his wife Mary Ida Cottrell of Cortland County, New York, compiled by Thurber H. Bierce and Lisle Cottrell. New York, 1962, pp. 95, 96: "John Crandall mentioned in his father's will was of Westerly and Kingston, Rhode Island. He owned the land in Kingston in 1680 which was laid out by Rev. John Crandall. His first wife's name is not known. His second wife might be Hannah Gaylord Crandall. If this is so, it might explain how he came in possession of the Crandall land."
Torry, Clarence A. "New England Marriages Prior to 1700". Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004. Page 190: CRANDALL, John (-1676) & 2/wf Hannah (?GAYLORD) (1646-1678+), ?dau William b. 6 Dec 1677; Providence/Newport/etc. No mar. date given.
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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 some percentage (beta) of DNA with Hannah: