There is a pending merge for the two profiles of Alice Heaton.
Both profiles are married to Robert Heaton (1637 - 1727) of Clapham, Yorkshire, England. Robert and his wife Alice and their children migrated to Pennsylvania on board the "Lamb," one of the ships of the William Penn Fleet.
One profile of the Alice profiles has the name: Alice Agnes Gemelli Rycroft (abt. 1645 - 1727). No source to support the names Agnes, Gemelli, or Rycroft. On this profile, Alice married James in Settle, Yorkshire, in 1665 but no source offered for the marriage. The profile has only one source, the record of her passage to Pennsylvania with her huband and children under the name Alice Heaton.
The other is named Alice (Alis) Heaton (1645 - 1727). This profile is completely unsourced. This Alice shows married to James Heaton in Settle, Yorkshire in 1665. This marriage clearly indicates that Alice Alis and Alice Rycroft are intended to be the same woman. In the Pennsylvania Quaker records, Alice's name in some records is spelled "Alis Heaton." It seems that someone transposed the differently spelled given name as a surname.
The Quaker records in Pennsylvnia all record the couple as James and Alice Heaton. Alice's maiden name is not listed in any record found to date. To date, there is no source that can support an LNAB for her other than "Unknown."
Many online trees show her maiden name as Rycroft but they are all unsourced or link to other unsourced trees.
Find a Grave had two memorials, one for Alice Heaton and one for Alice Rycroft Heaton. They were merged and the LNAB Rycroft was dropped; perhaps the researcher at Find a Grave did this same research and came to the same conclusions.
Find a Grave Alice Heaton
Find a Grave Alice Ricroft Heaton
A search for Alice Rycroft reveals that an Alice Rycroft married a Robert (no last name given) in Childs Ercall, Shropshire, England. Shropshire and Yorkshire are almost 140 miles (200 km) apart. It is very doubtful that Alice Rycroft of Shropshire is the same as Alice who married Robert Heaton in Yorkshire. While it is possible that the two are the same they are most likely different people; the distances are too great for the mid-17th century.
This record is likely what was used to add the maiden name Rycroft/Ricroft and if it is inaccurate, Alice Heaton or Alice Rycroft Heaton should be Alice (Unknown) Heaton.
I invite everyone who can to find any sources to see if we can establish a maiden name for Alice. If not, the original merge request dates from 2015 - it is time to merge the two. I propose that if after some time, perhaps a month, if no sources are presented I intend to change Alice Heaton's LNAB to Unknown and merge the two profiles.
I invite all assistance and comments and thanks in advance for your attention.