It looks like there may be some identity confusion affecting your family tree -- situations where two or more completely different people have become attached to the same parents, children, spouses, or death statistics, and may have been merged together into one profile.
I see from the profile http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Cunningham-5520
(and others) that you are starting to document/explain your sources and reasoning for associating a particular set of vital statistics and family members to a particular person. That's what needs to be done to help disentangle confused identities. To ensure that the whole WikiTree community (and posterity) buys into your analysis (or to help them explain why they disagree), please don't stop with saying "this is the best" combination; also explain what information supports the conclusion that a particular set of records or family members belongs to a particular person (for example, state that George's military pension record identifies Suzy Q as his wife, thus confirming that she was his wife as of the year of that record; or state that Alice's will confirms her relationship to Fred because it names her brother Fred's children as heirs and lists their names as Theodore, Sally, and Joseph; or state that Benjamin's death certificate includes his dates of birth and death and the names of his parents).