Is there any evidence that Maudlin Bullard was the wife of John Pearson?

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"Maudlin (a form of Magdalen)" Bullard is reported in NEHGR 146:280 as the daughter of Robert Bullard and Anne Martyn, born "say 1630" in Suffolk, England, which is more-or-less correctly reflected on her profile. They report nothing further of her.

WikiTree and Findagrave and The Internet have her as the wife of John Pearson/Person (~1608-1679), m. ~1658, d. 12 Dec 1690 in Reading, Mass. What's the evidence for this claim? I did not have any luck on NEHGS.

Thank you!

WikiTree profile: Maudlin Pearson
in Genealogy Help by Cheryl Hammond G2G6 Mach 1 (19.2k points)

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Cheryl, Torrey's NE Marriages is quite clear that John Pearson did not marry Maudlin Bullard. A Magdelen Bullard (a different one) married a John Partridge. Anyway I've add some notes, left messages and will follow up.
by Anne B G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)
selected by Cheryl Hammond

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