John Pember, the history of the Pember family in America. Springfield, Vermont by Celeste Pember Hazen apparently contains extended information on the family. It was published by Hazen in 1939 and is not digitized. See WorldCat for libraries with a copy.
Daniel, son of John and Tabitha is referred to as Jr. to distinguish him from his uncle Daniel, who was also residing in Stafford, CT.
↑Barbour Collection: Vol. 44, Page 123. PEMBER, Anne, m. Daniel WARNER, Jr., Jan. 24, 1741. Vol. 2 Page 125.
↑Barbour Collection: Vol. 44, Page 160. Birth of daughter, Mary of Daniel and Anne Warner. 7 October year illegible. Recorded in Volume 2, page 4.
↑ Occhi, Eleanor. "The Posterity of William Warner one of the Early Settlers of Ipswich, Massachusetts. in Connecticut Nutmegger (Connecticut Society of Genealogists: Glastonbury, Connecticut, 2002). Vol 35, page 594. NEHGS Subscription link.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Anne 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 Anne: