Married no later than 1639, she was in Hartford where most of her children were born before accompanying William to Middletown in 1650. While most details of her life are not known, she survived William as he provided for her in his will. She is remembered on a plaque attached to Founders Rock in Middletown commemorating the First Settlers and their wives.
NOTE: The story that her identity is “Mary Hyanno,” a supposed Indian princess was started in the late 1990s with the publication of a CD-Rom of compiled genealogical information, Family Archive CD-100: 1500-1990 Family Pedigrees by United Ancestries, a now-defunct company. This identity is totally unsupported by any original sources despite diligent research by qualified genealogists. See The Middler, Newsletter of the Society of Middletown First Settlers Descendants, Vol 6 No.1, Spring 2006 by Editor R. W Bacon for an in depth discussion of this topic.