Hannah and Henry's children were: 
Husband Henry Matteson (b. 1646) died about 1690.
Hannah, wf of Henry Matteson married 2nd on 9 August 1693 Charles Hazelton at East Greenwich, Kent, Rhode Island.   Hannah was Charles Hazelton's 2nd wife his 1st wife's name unknown
"Not long after Henry's death on August 9, 1693 in East Greenwich it was recorded that Charles Hazelton had taken Hannah Matteson as his wife. Hannah being married wearing only her shift and no other clothing. Following old English common law a man marrying a widow would be responsible for any debts of the previous husband if the bride brought any of his property with her. By being married only in her shift Hannah was making it known that she was bringing none of Henry's property into this new marriage and her new husband should not be held liable for any of her previous husband's debts.
Land evidence shows that on July 29, 1693. just one week prior to her marriage with Charles Hazelton, Hannah had sold to George Vaughn the 10 acres of land that Henry had bought from John Knight.
It is probable that Charles and Hannah Hazleton removed to the Beekman Patent of New York, where Charles was known to have purchased land.
Ancestry and Descendants of William Curtis of Marcellus, N.Y., by L. E. Steele, page 73-74, 1912 
I. HENRY1 MATTESON, b. about 1646, said to be of Denmark, d. 1690, East Greenwich, R. I., where he appeared early. He m. Hannah Parsons, dau. of Hugh Parsons and Elizabeth, his wife, wid. of William English. Most of the name[s] in that vicinity are descended from him. No relation is traced between him and Francis Mattison, who, in 1657, June 2, 'was granted accommodation with a house lot among the rest of neighbors at the further end of Ship's Cove, in Providence. It is noticeable, however, that he named one of his sons Francis. In 1678, he took 100 acres that had been granted John Pearce (the mason), the Assembly permitting the transfer.
1682, March 17, he and wife Hannah sold David Shippee 'all my now dwelling house,’ etc., 100 acres.
1684, Oct. 27, he testified, calling himself 38 years old, or thereabouts, that at the house of John Spencer, deceased, some time this last summer, did hear him say that he intended to give unto his son Michael the house and land the said Spencer lived upon.
In 1685, was Deputy.
1693, July 29, Hannah Matteson sold George Vaugn for £4, land that her husband, Henry Matteson, had bought of John Knight carpenter, measuring 10 acres.
1694, Apr. 19, Henry Matteson disclaimed 'any right or title to 10 acres lately sold by my mother Hannah to George Vaughn.’
East Greenwich Deeds, Vol. I, page 1:
This record shows the survival of an old marriage custom by which the husband refuses to become responsible for any debts of his wife before marriage, or those of her former husband, if any.
Not to be confused with Hannah Parsons, b. 7 Aug 1646, Springfield, Hampden, Massachusetts, dau of Hugh and Mary Parsons and who d. 1685. See her father's Wikitree profile Parsons-275
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