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 ...."
Date: 30 JUN 1729
Place: Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
"Hannah Turner ye daughter of Japheth Turner & of Elisabeth his wife was born June : 30 1729"
" febr 4th ; 1747 Then was Married at Middleborough James Leboron of Sd Town and Hannah Turner of Rochester by me Silvanus Conant.
Hannah (Turner) (LeBaron) Shaw died Aug. 13, 1807, and is buried in the
South Middleboro Cemetery, Middleborough, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. She was the wife of Elkanah Shaw and died aged 77 years 2 months & 21 days. Her first husband was James LeBaron. Daughter of Japhet Turner and Elizabeth Morse.
Source: S136 George Ernest Bowman, Middleboro, MA, Births, Marriages and Deaths The Mayflower Descendant, MA, 1900-1937
DESCENDANTS OF FRANCIS LeBARON of PLYMOUTH, MASS. COMPILED BY MARY LeBARON STOCKWELL, BOSTON :T. R. MARVIN & SON, PRINTERS, 73 Federal Street. 1904.
↑ George E. Bowman, "Hannah Hatch's Three Husbands," Mayflower Descendant Vol. XXI (Jul 1919), p. 101
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:
Charles, it looks like this is the same Hannah (Turner) Lebaron as Turner-8797 which is currently going thru a series of merges. According to Descendants of Francis LeBaron p. 26, (a work I'm not familiar enough with to know if it's a quality genealogy), the son Lazarus fits into this same family. I see a merge was rejected; perhaps it should be resubmitted?