She married first James Lebaron in Middleborough on 04 February 1747. She was residing in Rochester at the time of her marriage.
She was named in her grandmother Widow Hannah Tupper's will, dated 26 Aug 1766: To . my fifteen grandaughters namely ... Hannah Le Baron, ... all my household goods, & other estate not given away to be equally divided ....
James Lebaron died Oct. 3, 1780, and is buried in the South Middleboro Cemetery, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
She married, secondly, Elkanah Shaw in Middleborough on 11 November 1787.
Hannah (Turner) (LeBaron) Shaw died Aug. 13, 1807 aged 77 years 2 months & 21 days, and was buried in the South Middleboro Cemetery.
It appears that neither Hannah nor Elkanah had a probate record in Plymouth County.
Elizabeth, b. 24 Mar 1752; d. 07 Oct 1825, Shaftsbury, VT
Martha, b. 30 Nov 1755.
William, b. 20 Apr 1757.
James, b. 30 Nov 1759.
Francis, b. 30 Apr 1762.
Isaac, b. 20 Apr 1764
Hannah, b. 11 Sep 1766.
Abigail, b. 17 May 1768.
Lazarus, b. 07 Feb 1771.
↑ George Ernest Bowman, Middleboro, MA, Births, Marriages and Deaths The Mayflower Descendant, MA, 1900-1937, Vol. 1: 80.
"Hannah Turner ye daughter of Japheth Turner & of Elisabeth his wife was born June : 30 1729"
↑ George Ernest Bowman, Middleboro, MA, Births, Marriages and Deaths The Mayflower Descendant, MA, 1900-1937, Vol. 1:105 (Book 2, part 2 pg 26 in original records).
"febr 4th ; 1747 Then was Married at Middleborough James Leboron of Sd Town and Hannah Turner of Rochester by me Silvanus Conant."
↑ George E. Bowman, "Hannah Hatch's Three Husbands," Mayflower Descendant Vol. XXI (Jul 1919), p. 101
↑ Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 17 November 2018), memorial page for James LeBaron (10 Dec 1726–3 Oct 1780), Find A Grave: Memorial #40448445, citing South Middleboro Cemetery, Middleboro, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by Gus Pendleton (contributor 47054338). (Includes gravestone photo.)
↑ George Ernest Bowman, Middleboro, MA, Births, Marriages and Deaths The Mayflower Descendant, MA, 1900-1937, Vol. 2:110.
" Novr. 11th Mr. Elkanah Shaw and Mrs. Hannah Lebaron both of Middleborough."
↑ Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 17 November 2018), memorial page for Hannah Turner Shaw (30 Jun 1729–13 Aug 1807), Find A Grave: Memorial #140744781, citing South Middleboro Cemetery, Middleboro, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA ; Maintained by Caryn (contributor 47509429). (Includes gravestone photo.)
Elkanah Shaw was a fairly common name in the Middleborough/Carver area at the time that Hannah Turner married Elkanah Shaw. While there is the record that Hannah married an Elkanah Shaw, it would be good to see additional proof that this was Elkanah Shaw (1724-1805). Elkanah Shaw was buried in Lakenham Cemetery, Carver, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 31 December 1805.
And Hannah was buried South Middleboro Cemetery when she died a year and a half later, aged 77 and not with her second husband. So, the marriage record is an interesting fact but needs further evidence for proof. [Note added Tillman-416 05:27, 22 November 2018 (UTC)]
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: