- Born: 13 June 1752, Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 1018
- Baptized: 23 August 1752, West Bridgewater, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
- Marriage: Thomas Stinchfield Sr. in 1792 in Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine
- Died: 12 January 1839, Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine at age 86 1018
- Buried: After 12 January 1839, Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine at Stinchfield Cemetery (Old Indian) 1018
According to The History of Leeds, Hannah Lindsey came to Littleborough in 1788 and made her home with her brother James. Records indicate that James may not have settled the area until after 1790 while brother William was probably established in Leeds by 1785.
In 1790, she was employed in the family of Thomas Stinchfield, whose wife, Sara True, died in 1791, just shortly after Hannah's employment.
Sara True married Thomas Stinchfield 17 December 1765 in New Gloucester, Cumberland County, Maine after her first husband, Mr. Paul, left her a widow at the age of twenty-one with one child by the name of Marshfield Paul. Mrs. Stinchfield bore 8 more children in her second marriage, leaving Thomas with a household of children to care for after his wife's death.
It therefore seems likely that Thomas Stinchfield's marriage one year later to his employee, Hannah Lindsey, who was then 40 years old and still a maiden lady, was probably a union of convenience.
Thomas was buried at the age of fifty-seven along side his first wife. Hannah Lindsey was placed beside him two years later.
Hannah married Thomas Stinchfield Sr., son of John Stinchfield Sr. and Elizabeth Burns, in 1792 in Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine. (Thomas Stinchfield Sr. was born 29 December 1747 in Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts 1019,1020, baptized 3 January 1747/48 in Gloucester, Essex County, Massachusetts, died 25 October 1837 in Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine 278 and was buried after 25 October 1837 in Leeds, Androscoggin County, Maine at Stinchfield Cemetery (Old Indian) 278.)