She may have married Abel Saunders, 13 July 1794, in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts.(1776) Given that only her brother Nathaniel and not she or her other brother Daniel were mentioned in the will of their grandfather James Wallingford, it may indicate that she was deceased by December 1776. The 1790 census record under her mother's name shows two females, and Hannah would be likely to be the second. Of course, it may in fact be some other Hannah Wallingford who married Abel Saunders. Records of the Bradford Second Congregational Church at East Bradford, later Groverland, Mass. record the marriage of an Abel Saunders and Rebecca Savory on 5 Decmeber 1797.(1777) If this is the same Abel then it likely means that his first wife Hannah Wallingford died before that time.
Hannah Wallingford and Abel Saunders had the following child:
365 i. Abigail6 Saunders was born in Bradford, Essex County, Massachusetts 8 November 179-.(1778) The year was not complete in the published vital records of Bradford.
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