- Christened: 26 Dec 1813, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married (1): 17 Apr 1836, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married (2): 1865, Redruth District, Cornwall
- Died: After 1871
In 1841, Hanna Hambley (25) and husband Henry Hambley (25), copper miner, were living in Tolvaddon, Illogan. Present were children: James (4), Thomas (3), Elizabeth (1)
In 1851, Hannah Hambly (38) of Camborne, unmarried [sic], miner's wife, and children: Thomas Hambly (13) of Camborne, blacksmith, Hannah Hambly (10), scholar, were with Hannah's widowed mother in Penponds, Camborne.
In 1861, Hannah Hambly (49) of Camborne, widow, was living in Camborne. Present was son Thomas (22) of Camborne, blacksmith
In 1871, Hannah Swaine (59) of Camborne and [2nd] husband Charles Swaine (73) of Camborne, blacksmith, were living in Cross St., Camborne.
Hannah married Henry HAMBLY on 17 Apr 1836 in Camborne, Cornwall. (Henry HAMBLY died before Mar 1860 in Camborne, Cornwall.)
Henry Hambly, sojourner, husbandman, and Anne Littlejohn
Witnesses: Charles Swaine, Elizabeth Swaine
Hannah also married Charles SWAINE, son of Luke SWAINE and Elizabeth SWAINE, in 1865 in Redruth District, Cornwall. (Charles SWAINE was born in 1797 in Camborne, Cornwall, christened on 6 Jun 1797 in Camborne, Cornwall and died in 1872 in Camborne, Cornwall.)
Married during 2nd Quarter.