Seems to start with a court case of 1654 in which the plaintiffs are William Childers and Dame Anne Ramsden, widow of Sir John Ramsden, now the wife of the said William.
Dame used to be the title used by the wife of a knight. Wasn't too exceptional in such cases for the widow to hang on to the best husband's rank and surname after remarrying downscale. So far so good.
Col Sir John Ramsden b 1594 mar 1st Margaret Frecheville, had issue. Mar 2nd 1634 (as 3rd husb) Anne Overton, daughter of Lawrence Overton, widow of George Chamberlain d 1615 and of John Poole. No issue. He died Newark 1646, widow living 1648.
Haven't got a positive statement that it was her who married Childers but it seems likely. In which case I reckon she was too old to have any kids. She certainly wasn't the mother of Abraham.
Sir John's ancestry has no resemblance to the line we've got. The line we've got, if it's real, seems to be a whole separate branch of Ramsdens. In which case I doubt whether this other John was a knight and it would be astounding if he had a daughter who married a Childers. Of course the court case would then be just an irrelevant coincidence, but that's the only evidence for any Ramsden-Childers connection.
So at this point it looks like we know who William married, but we don't care, because she's got no connection with anybody else here.
There seems to be no evidence that William Childers or his wife was ever in America. Somebody may be trying to convert a Childe into a Childers.
So was Abraham's father called William, and was he the same William who married Anne Overton, and who was his 1st wife? No idea, but I'm not taking anything for granted.
Apparently Anne's brother is supposed to be the PGM? Daren't look.