The will of Edward Barton does not support the conclusions drawn on WikiTree. Barton's 1712 will names daughter Ann Linton, son-in-law John Linton, and grandchildren Ann Linton, Moses Linton, and William Linton.
The tree currently advances an apparently undocumented theory that Barton was the father, not just of Ann who married John Linton, but also of a Margaret who married Moses Linton, a Constant who married George Calvert., and a Lettice (?) who does not appear on the tree.
These additional relationships are surprising, given the terms of the will. Barton divides "all my land in Virginia" between grandchildren Ann Linton and Moses Linton, although reserving to daughter Ann her "thirds". Further, he gives all his remaining "temporal estate" to son-in-law John Linton.
The will reads as a man who is survived by one daughter, her husband, and her children. What evidence supports these additional relationships?