I am not really sure if I am in the right place to report my information. Plus, the last comment was nearly 3 years ago. There is an Elizabeth Platt-Hildreth-Fiske born 1605 in England and died 27 October 1688 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Her husband was Edward or Edmund Hildreth, b. ca 1605. Their daughter Elizabeth (1634-1687) married George Vaughn (1627-1694). Their daughter, Elizabeth Vaughn (1653-1727) married Isaac Howland Sr. (1649-1723). Isaac Howland is a Mayflower descendant, making all of their 8 children Mayflower descendants.
Back to Elizabeth-Platt-Henchman-Fisk. After her 1st husband, Edward/Edmund Henchmand died, She married (2) Rev. John Fisk (1601-1676). They were married 1 August 1672 in Chelmsford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. This was the 2nd married for both of them. John Fiske's 1st wife was Anne Gibbs and they had ~6 children (several died young). There are no known children for Elizabeth Platt and Rev. John Fiske (who is my 2nd cousin 9x removed).
Now to Richard Hildreth and his wife, Elizabeth, whose surname is not known. She was born ca. 1625 and died 1693 in Malden, Middlesex, MA. She and Richard were married ca. 1646 in MA. They had about 9 children. Among them is a daughter, Sarah (1648-1679), who married David Stone, Jr. (1649-1679) on 31 December 1674 in Cambridge, MA. David Stone Jr. is my 1st cousin 10x removed. His uncle, Deac. John Stone and his wife, Anne Rogers, are my 9x great grandparents. Deac. John Stone's father, Gregory was married twice. His first wife, Margaret Garrad is Deac. John's father. His second wife may possibly have been Lydia Fisk, my 9th great aunt. Lydia's brother, David Fiske, was my 8th great grandfather. The Fisks have an extensive, extended family history that intertwines with the Stones.
As to Hildreth...this whole wikitree business with Hildreth and Henchman is a mess. I thought redoing wikitree with g2g was supposed to fix a lot of this. I think when new people upload there gedcoms, they bring old erros with them. I think that ALL the information should be hand-entered and checked while being entered.