Thomas Taylor, son of the Marian Martyr Rowland Taylor, is currently shown as having had two wives, Ann Cotton and Elizabeth Burwell. Both marriage relationships are found in unsourced trees on the web. One 1975 privately produced family history on the web - which has easily demonstrable inaccuracies for other members of Rowland Taylor's family (it shows children who died in childhood in their father's lifetime marrying after his death) - gives Elizabeth Burwell as his wife, with no source: E Stuart Gregg Jr, ''A Crane's Foot (or Pedigree) of Branches of the Gregg, Stuart, Robertson, Dobbs and Allied Families'', privately printed by the R L Bryan Company, Columbia, South Carolina, 1975, p. 219, Google Books.
At a minimum I am minded to add research notes saying no good source has been found for the marriage relationships and until/unless one is found, they must be regarded as uncertain.
Or, if there is no supporting evidence for the relationships, should I just sever them and add research notes explaining why? That would be my inclination. As with some other Marian martyrs, there are quite a lot of fictitious descents from Rowland Taylor. There appears to be no good source for Thomas being father of any of the children currently shown, so I would sever them too.