My maternal grandmother [Richardson-20586] was named Esther DuBois Richardson at birth. When my grandrather married her, she became Esther DuBois (Richardson) LaBruce -- at least, that's the way our family practices the name-games. After Grandfather died, she married a second time. Then we showed her name as Esther LaBruce Carraway. My step-grandfather and she never had children. In fact, I know almost nothing about him except that he was a wonderful, energetic, loving man who loved all of us. That was his only marriage. The point is that there is no descendency from their marriage. None. However, there are four generations of descendents from Marriage #1.
Is it permissible to display her name as "Esther Richardson LaBruce Carraway.", or "Esther LaBruce Carraway."?
Reason: I think that is the name that my cousins, their progeny, and most researchers will search for her, and that's how the local press in those days were most likely to list her in a news article.
WikiTree's protocols don't like those solutions... I'm hoping to appeal to the humans who create protocols like these. As we all know, our messy world is filled with messy yes-buts... like this. Is this case worthy of becoming another yes-but?
Thanks very much....