Many secondary sources indicate that John Wheaton (b. 1650 at Bristol County, Massachusetts Bay Colony) married Elizabeth Carpenter, e.g.,
Maylower Families Through Five Generations, Soule volume 3, page 22
But in the probate record of John Thurber, one John Wheaton is named as his son-in-law -- here's a link but it requires subscription to American Ancestors:
Torrey lists John Wheaton's wife as Elizabeth [Carpenter]/Thurber (doubtful, no evidence)
which I assume is referring only to the Carpenter surname.
But, it is possible that Elizabeth Carpenter was the wife, and that she died and that John remarried to Elizabeth Wheaton by the 1706 probate of John Thurber. Or it is possible that there were two John Wheatons around at this time.
So my question is, is it better to unlink John Wheaton and Elizabeth Carpenter as spouses and then add inter-profile links near the tops of the bios with a warning? Or are these secondary sources opening the possibility wide enough that I should leave them connected as husband/wife?