It looks like some large errors have been made in this profile (or the profiles for his family members). Maybe these were innocent errors (such as typing the wrong user ID in a "spouse" or "parent" field), but because Benjamin is supposed to have relocated between two distinct geographic areas (Connecticut and Nova Scotia) and is [bizarrely] connected to a supposed wife who was born 90 years before he was, solving the matter is likely to require involvement of people knowledgeable about different families, geographic areas, and time periods. Accordingly, although this isn't a pre-1700 person, I think that your concerns should be handled similarly to what we would do for a pre-1700 profile -- by bringing them to the attention of the community, instead of trying to get a single profile manager to sort things out.
Therefore, please bring your concerns to the community by posting here in G2G. Describe the problems you see in the profile, describe your version of this man's story and his family's story, and identify the your sources. Make sure the appropriate members of the community are made aware of your post by (1) linking the profile in your question (as you did in this one), (2) tagging your post with topical tags such as connecticut and nova_scotia in addition to the surnames dewolfe and dewolf (don't bother with tags for surnames in your family tree that don't relate directly to this matter)., and (3) posting a note about the G2G as a profile message on https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/DeWolf-155 and on profiles of any family members that have profile managers who are different from the manager of DeWolfe-155.
PS - Since I have ancestors with Smith and DeWolf surnames in early Lyme, Connecticut, I am interested in the problems with Benjamin's profile, and I am curious to see the information you have have found and what you think the affected profiles should say.