Hannah was born in Wells, York, Maine about 1706. She was the daughter of Zachariah Goodale, who had moved to Wells from Salem Massachusetts in 1699, and his wife Elizabeth (Cousins) Goodale. Hannah married Nathaniel Harmon in Scarborough, Cumberland, Maine on November 30, 1727. The couple were baptized as adults on August 16, 1730 at the First Congregational Church of Scarborough. Hannah was buried on October 7, 1758.
Children of Nathaniel and Hannah (Goodale) Harmon, all born in Scarborough:
Nathaniel Harmon - baptized 1731; married Hannah Mains, 1752
William Harmon - born 1733; married Elizabeth Hoyt, 1754.
Hannah Harmon - baptized 1738; married Nicholas Hearne, 1761.
Sarah Harmon - baptized 1741.
John Harmon - baptized 1743; married Mary Carll, 1763.
Benjamin Harmon - born 1744; married Sarah Hill of Machias, 1777.
Joseph Harmon - baptized 1747; married Mary _________, 1772.
Abigail Harmon - baptized 1750; married William Foss, 1765.
Mehitable Harmon - baptized 1756; m. Maj. Jonathan Moulton, 1775.
↑ Davis, pp. 42-44. Other parents are sometimes seen on online trees, particularly Abraham Goodale and Hannah (Rhodes) Goodale of Salem, MA. But Davis (pp. 33-44) fully lays out the first several generations of Goodales in New England. Davis's list includes 5 Hannah Goodales born between 1695 and 1720, but all of them have other husbands accounted for and Zachariah’s is the only branch of the Goodale family to have moved to Maine at that time.
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: