William Shakespeare married Anne Hathaway in 1582, and they had three children together. The eldest was Susanna, born just six months after the wedding ceremony. Their twins, one boy, Hamnet, and one girl, Judith, were born in January of 1585. They were actually named after two good friends of Shakespeare's, Hamnet and Judith Sadler; Sadler, apparently, was a baker in Stratford-upon-Avon. Sadly, when the young Hamnet was only eleven years old, he died of an unknown illness. We have no records of his life other than when he was born and baptized and when he passed away.
It sounds as though the Shakespeares' older daughter, Susanna, lived a prosperous and fulfilling life. She was married to a Stratford doctor named John Hall. Their younger daughter, Judith, on the other hand, lived a somewhat sad life. Her husband, a vintner named Thomas Quiney, was irresponsible and unfaithful to her.