Here's my recommendation:
(1) Request to be on the trusted list. That tells the current profile managers that you plan to work on the profile.
(2) Focus on the biography. use complete sentences, which are less subject to misunderstanding. We are not Ancestry and other sites which have a "notes" section to throw in a jumble of items we hope will support the data field -- we do Biographies, and biographies are written in complete sentences and they are organized as a whole.
(3) Every sentence or paragraph should have an inline citation. Right now there is a source for many items, but many of them are very weak, i.e. ancestry.com with nothing further. Work to replace each of them with something better.
(4) The WikiTree style for major headings is that there are two required -- ==Biography== and ==Sources==,and two optional -- ==Research Notes== and ==Acknowledgements==. Where there is contradictory material -- currently there are two different birth dates -- use Research Notes. If you find something is simply a mistake -- someone entered the year 802 when they clearly meant 1802 -- just correct it -- but if you notice the error is prevalent all over the internet, it is better to acknowledge it, "A birth year of 1742 is widely seen in popular genealogies, but All Hallows' birth records clearly state he was born on March 26th, 1728."
(5) From other discussion, it seems there may be some controversy regarding the parents, so that needs to have its own sub-paragraph under Research Notes, where you document which sources says what, and why it appears persuasive that Whyte and Weston are not Frances' parents.
(6) THEN add a comment that you propose to de-link the parents -- see Research Notes. Then give it a couple of days and then de-link it.
(7) THEN have it Project Protected. Maryland Project, which I coordinate, can't do it, but we're a sub-project of US HIstory, which can.
This may seem like the "long way around Robin Hood's barn", but these are all things that the profile needs anyway. The data field, where the de-linking takes place, has to be derived from documentation in the biography. Without the documentation in the biography, everything in the data field is pure fiction and you might as well just have Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus as the parents.