Note: 9d 4m 1778 per Sandwich Monthly Meeting record; Per OWL: "James married, 4th month, 9, 1778, in accordance with Friends' usages, Hannah, .... The certificate of their marriage was signed by Malatiah, Benjamin, Zaccheus, Sarah, and William Gifford; Elihu, Samuel, David, Silas, Stephen, Elizabeth and Paul Swift; Judah Wing; William, Richard and Mary Lake; Mercy Slocum; and Mellen Nye."
Page: 2:1349 citing Sandwich Monthly Meeting Certificates, 1762-1841, Vol. III, 1st Book: "James Wing of Falmouth Son of Joseph Wing of Falmouth & Phebe his wife both deceased, and Hannah Bowerman Daughter of Silas Bowerman & Lydia his Wife ... [were married] Nineteenth Day of the Second Month Called February one thousand Seven hundred and Seventy Eight."
Note that while the MM record may suggest Lydia was Hannah's mother, it was not uncommon for Quaker records to refer to the "living (current) wife", per Ron Lahti.
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Lydia 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 Lydia: