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Her marriage in 1659 is not seemly with the birth of her first children in 1664, when her other marriage in 1662 is in good time. 
Some of the data in these sources are contradictory, still working.
Notes from Reading in the Burton-Allen/Hatcher Anthology:
There are descendants of Anne Burton who married in 1693 Bartholomew Stovall of Henrico County, Virginia who have been admitted to the Colonial Dames of the 17th Century through the line of Allen as shown by Worth Ray. The ascent is as follows: Anne Burton, dau. of Thomas Burton who married Susannah, dau. of Valentine Allen and Mary Page. (?!!) The ever frustrating thing about Ray is that he so often fails to give dates or any kind of references, but because it is published, it has been accepted without question as "the fact." There are others who claim Susannah was a Hatcher and they are as convinced (as we are in this file) as those who put forth Allen.
Dr. Philip Burton of Fort Myers, Florida who has done a great deal of research on the Burton family is of the opinion that Susannah probably was a Hatcher, but that neither he nor any careful genealogist known to him could give a satisfactory and final answer to the question. Susannah Hatcher was born in 1650, dau. of Edward Hatcher and Mary Ward, who was the dau. of Seth Ward. --Source, Burton Genealogy of Marlene Burton DeLung & Peggy Burton Rich; Salem, Virginia; published on-line. 
In 1676, William Hatcher names Thomas Burton Jr in his will and indicates that Thomas Jr is not yet at the age of 17. This would indicate that William Hatcher is the grandfather of Thomas, and therefore the father of Susannah.
I give unto Thomas Burton, Jr. the plantation between the land of Mr. Henry Lound and the land of Gilbert Elam to wit: two hundred and twentysix acres, his choice of all my horses or mares, one heifer called blackchops, a young ewe, and a years schooling and clothes, till he reaches the age of seventeen years, to the confirmation of which I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this two and twentieth day of February, 1676/7.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Susannah 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 Susannah:
Y-DNA test results from several descendants of Thomas Burton and Susannah match those from descendants of William Hatcher. These add to the uncertainty of Susannah being a daughter of William. Descendants of Thomas Burton's brothers do NOT match William Hatcher.
I do not have a confirmed explanation for this situation, but wanted to point out that DNA results undermine the connection shown.
I found on www.archive.com; Susannah (Hatcher) Burton was the daughter of (mother) Mariam (Newporte) Hatcher, and (father) William Hatcher. She married John Stuart in 1662, and it lasted until 1685. They married in Virginia. Then she married Thomas Christian Burton in 1685.
In William Hatchers will he did leave Thomas Burton alot when he became 17. So he wouldn't have been married. Also when he names Thomas Burton it is written Thomas Burton Jr. which i would think it would mean his father is Thomas Burton Sr. Anybody
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