I'm investigating my family tree, which includes a lot of Haverhill residents with names including Osgood, Fellowes, Eliot and Wheeler. I'm pretty sure that Fellowes is the family related to Hannah Dustin (according to family stories I can no longer track down since the death of my grandfather in 1976).
My great-great-great grandmother was Almira J. Fellowes, who married Orlando Osgood. I'm descended from her through her daughter Sarah, who married Milton Clark Woodman, their daughter Jennie Elliott Woodman, who married John E. Peterson, and their son Lester Milton Peterson, my grandfather.
I'm pretty sure that Almira J. Fellowes' mother was named Wheeler. I think the connection is more likely to come through the Fellowes side (I don't have Almira's father's given name), since I've found an item in a 1924 newspaper referring an historical exhibit including a pillowcase made by Hannah Dustin's great-great granddaughter Hannah Fellowes ("made from homespun cloth cut from the cloth in which Hannah Dustin wrapped the scalps of the 10 Indians slain on in island in the Merrimack River at Pennacook when she escaped from the band which carried her and her children away captive from Haverhill in 1697.").