Hi Jillaine Smith:
:-) in two parts.
You wrote, "please map out what the appropriate pedigree *should* be (preferably citing the right sources)?"
Perhaps I didn't quite follow, and if so, I apologize. The records about two women are confused, and this confusion seems to have found its way to WikiTree so that it impacts on any number of profiles. I'm hoping the records about the two women can be untangled. As it pertains to Robert Tuck/e and his wife/widow, sources on this topic have been posted to Tucke-7 and Unknown-233273.
Robert Tuck's widow died 14 February 1673/4. Joanna (____) Tuck, the wife/widow of Robert Tuck died Hampton, New Hampshire, United States, 14 February 1673/4. The date and location of her death are found at the top of her inventory (Essex County probate files, case 28217; sources and links posted to Unknown-233273. See also no. 3 in separate response.
Ann (Bachiler) Sanborn married Henry Atkinson at Strood, Kent, 20 January 1631/32. (a) Without further reference, this was reported by Robert Charles Anderson in his report on Stephen Bachiler, _Great Migration Begins…_ p.62. (b) Citing "Strood, Kent, parish register, Kent Record Office, Maidstone, Kent," see George F. Sanborn, "Rev. Stephen Bachiller of Hampton: Some Additional Information," _The New Hampshire Genealogical Record_, volume 8 (1991); Sanborn reports the license for the marriage was issued Rochester. Sanborn's article has been reproduced, with permission, by Lane Memorial Library, see http://www.hampton.lib.nh.us/hampton/biog/bachilerdeath.htm
Ann (Bachiler) (Sanborn) Atkinson's death date and location are unknown; seems sometime after 1639.
The Bachiler articles by Anderson and Sanborn, above, refer to 1639 suit filed over a debt due from John Bate. From both accounts, it appears Ann (Bachiler) (Sanborn) Atkinson survived at the time the action/actions were being pursued. (a) As to his remarks, Anderson cites "PRO REQ2/278/64." (b) Sanborn references the work by "Charles Edward Banks in an English court record (Court of Requests, Public Record Office, London. REQ2/678/64, dated 2 November 15 Charles I ), and preserved by Charles Hull Batchelder in his extensive manuscript collection on the family at the New Hampshire Historical Society in Concord."
In his article, Sanborn further writes, "What became of the Atkinsons is still not known."
Rev. Stephen Bachiler/Bachiler-22 is not known to have had a daughter Joanna.* See Robert Charles Anderson, _The Great Migration Begins : Immigrants to New England 1620-1633_, 3 vols. (1995), 1/A-F:62-63; digital images, _AmericanAncestors.org_ (accessed 2013) for children as, (i) Nathaniel, (ii) Deborah, (iii) Stephen (iv) Samuel, (v) Ann and (vi) Theodate.
*He is also not known to have had children (a) Unknown (Bachiler) Batchelder, (b) Frances Bachiler, (b) John Bachiler, (d) Henry Bachiler and (e) Sarah Batchelder, all of whom are associated as such on WikiTree.