Before I change this woman's LNAB to unknown, would anyone like to try and find her real name?

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I am planning on changing the LNAB of Elenor Hanna from Tipton to Unknown because I cannot find any sources for the name Tipton (or McDonald which is on the FS tree). However, I thought before doing so I would ask here if anyone can find her real LNAB or any new leads on her before I create a redirect. I have added pretty much everything I know and all the sources I have to her profile and that of her husband.

The profile was originally created with the Tipton name and the only source was a FS petagree file which did not list a last name. It was then orphaned and adopted by me. Thanks for any help!
WikiTree profile: Elenor Hanna
in Genealogy Help by Janelle Weir G2G6 Mach 4 (45.4k points)
edited by Janelle Weir
It's probably better to just leave it until there's some evidence either way. In most cases, there's not much to be gained by replacing it with Unknown unless you can disprove the current name.
I understand the argument for keeping the sourceless LNABs, but I think it's just going to end-up spreading miss-information around the internet.
The FamilySearch profile I found for Henry lists his wife as Eleanor McDonald, but I could not find sources for this either.
I agree with Ben. Unless you can prove that Tipton was not her birth surname, you should not change it to Unknown.

At this point, we don't know that it is misinformation.
Is there a wikitree policy against changing LNAB to unknown that I haven't found? If so I'm happy to abide by that.

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