George Bunker is my 9th great-grandfather. From the research I've done, it's never been determined if Elizabeth and Jane were one and the same or two different wives. According to Boyd House, "George married Elizabeth Godfrey 5 May 1644 in Maulden, Bedfordshire, England. Elizabeth was baptized 6 March 1631 in Cardington, Bedfordshire, England to Thomas Godfrey and Elizabeth Mead. The Bunkers arrived in America before 1652. Here, George’s wife is referred to as Jane. The Bunker Family Association tends to refer to his wife as Elizabeth (Jane) Godfrey. Henry L. Bunker suggested that her name was really Elizabeth Jane, that she was called Elizabeth in England but dropped it for her other given name upon arriving in America. He also admits that Elizabeth Godfrey could have died and George could have remarried to Jane. In the case that they were two different women, George’s eldest children, Elizabeth and William, would have been Elizabeth’s, and the others, Mary, Ann, and Martha, would have most likely been Jane’s. "
Since we don't know for sure, the only thing that makes sense to me is to merge all of the Godfreys into one profile (no reason not to), first name Elizabeth, middle name Jane. Then put a note in the biography about the possibility of there having been two wives.