Matthew Farrington, Sr. is shown in Anderson's ''Great Migration'', Torrey's ''New England Marriages before 1700'' and ''American Biography: A New Cyclopedia, Volume 12'' as having married a wife with an unknown name. In his will, he referred to a wife he called "Sisly" (''Essex Genealogist'' 17:144), however, according to this same publication, there is "no documented record of Mathew Farrington's wife being ''Elizabeth''". The Essex Genealogist says that Mrs. Parker and others give his wife's name as "Elizabeth Sisley" but "this is probably an error". The article goes on to say that no children of Mathew named their children Elizabeth, and that his father married an Elizabeth Newhall.
FindAGrave has her name as Elizabeth Sisley, without sources. The death date shown for her is the same DOD as Elizabeth (Newhall) Farrington per Anderson, by the way. I contacted the manager of her page and he said he has books on the Farringtons, as well as family genealogy information that supported her name and DOD, but didn't provide any source titles when I asked.
I propose we create a new profile for Mathew Farrington's wife's, with the name Unknown Unknown, referencing an uncertain name of Elizabeth, and uncertain last name of Sisley in the data fields, along with the sources shown in the current Elizabeth Sisley Farrington's profile. Her WikiTree ID is Sisley-10.
Elizabeth Sisley may have been a real person; there may be birth records tying Elizabeth Sisley to identified parents Henry and Margaret (Beale) Sisley, but I was unable to find them and didn't want to separate her from Elizabeth Sisley from her "parents". Both parents' profiles are unsourced and orphaned.
What are your thoughts?