"Pittsylvania County, Virginia Order Book 7, page 313, February 1794 Hannah Shelton granted administration of William Shelton deceased. Securities Elijah Yates, David Owen, William LeGrand, Peter Wilson, Abraham LeGrand, Charles Williams and William Ware. Description: Their claim or interest in land on the north side of the Dan River "Whereon Hannah Shelton now lives, it being all our part or parts of land which may or shall fall to us from the estate of William Shelton, Dec'd. Witnessed: George Adams, William Ross, Jeffry Gibson. Grantee: Josiah Shelton Grantors: William Shelton, Jr George Shelton Susanne Hammonds Ephraim Russell and wife Elizabeth Henry Hoiler and wife Anne (all of Pittsylvania County, Va.) Deed Book 13, pg. 538, Aug. 13, 1803, recorded Jan. 16, 1804" 
She passed away sometime after 1794 when she was named the administratrix of William's estate.
WILLS & ADMINISTRATIONS
She is mentioned in her father's will which was probated 23 April 1778 in Pittsylvania county, Virginia.
She is mentioned in her mother's will which was probated 21 September 1795 in Pittsylvania county, Virginia.
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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 some percentage of DNA with Hannah: