Margaret Wyatt was the wife of Richard Allen of Braunton, Devon and the mother of Thomas and Matthew Allyn, immigrants to colonial New England. Margaret's profile currently shows parents Walter Wyatt and Joan Pilford, with a lineage jumping back from Devon to Yorkshire (?!?) with a lot of medieval ancestors.
There was indeed a Margaret Wyatt, daughter of Walter, baptized 19 May 1557, apparently the eldest daughter of Walter and Joan (Pilford) Wyatt, who were married 17 Aug. 1556 at Braunton Devon (per Douglas Richardson, "Allyn and Wyatt Families of Braunton, Devon," in The American Genealogist, 57:115-19.)
However, this source also lists a Margaret, daughter of Philip Wyott, baptized on 5 Sept. 1555 at Braunton, Devon. It appears that there is no way of telling which of these two Margarets was the wife of Richard Allen.
In addition, Margaret's alleged great-grandfather John Wyatt-62 of Braunton, Devon, is currently shown to be the son of Richard Wyatt-256 of Yorkshire -- clear across the country on the other side. This is exceedingly unlikely; does anybody have a credible source?