When Hannah Smith was christened no father's name was recorded. Perhaps her biological father's surname was Hasler. She was 17 when she married William Stubbs and they had thirteen children. When her husband died she was 42 and her youngest child just seven. Hannah died when she was 50.
6 Feb 1757: Hannah Hasler Smith, daughter of Ann, christened at West Dean Near Chichester, Sussex, England.
21 Aug 1774: Marriage of William Stubbs and Hannah Smith, both single, at West Dean near Chichester, Sussex, England.
16 Feb 1807: Burial at West Dean near Chichester, Crawley, Sussex, England.
↑ "England, Sussex, Parish Registers, 1538-1910," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q2Q7-5NW4 : 11 March 2018), Hannah Stubbs, 16 Feb 1807; citing Burial, West Dean near Chichester, Crawley, Sussex, England, 00456, The Keep, East Sussex Record Office; West Sussex County Record Office, Chichester.