While some say she was a Sibley (which appears to come from a 1928, unsourced genealogy), there is no documentation for her maiden name. Nor is there any documented proof of the first name of her Shattuck husband.
The Sibley parents she's been linked to (without proof) include:
Because there is no proof of her ancestry, she is shown here without parents.
Update: She has apparently been confused with Damaris Sibley of Nantucket. They've been marked as rejected matches. Let's keep it that way.
"Nothing was found by Lemuel Shattuck to show a proved connection between the main family of his Memorials and the Salem family, nor was he able to state the name of the male progenitor of the Salem family, and it is probably that he never came to America and that his widow Damaris crossed the Atlantic with her children. The name Shattuck has been found in the marriage register of the church at Dorchester, Dorset, and the Pope family probably also came from that county.
NOTE: Her second husband, Thomas Gardiner, was from Sherborne, Dorset.
She was widow Shattuck in 1641 when she joined the Salem church.
Shortly later, Damaris married Captain Thomas Gardner as his second wife.
Damaris is mentioned in the 1668 will of her 2nd husband (Thomas Gardner), but she predeceased him.
The following is a tentative list, order unknown, of the Shattuck children of Damaris the elder:"
Samuel, feltmaker or hatter, joined First Church, Salem, 16 May 1642; d at Salem 6 Jun 1689
Damaris, m. at Boston 30 Sept. 1653, Isaac Page
Mary, m. ___ Hams (?)
?Hannah, perhaps, first wife of George Gardner
Sarah, m. ca. 1652, Richard Gardner, d. at Nantucket, 1724, age 92
?Gertrude, perhaps, m. Joseph Pope before 1642; living 1666
?William, shoemaker, of Boston 1650-8
Note that two of her Shattuck daughters married their Gardiner step-brothers.
↑Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2008.) Originally published as: New England Marriages Prior to 1700. Boston, Mass.: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2015. Page 600
↑Vital Records of Salem, Massachusetts to the End of the Year 1849 Vol. V. - Deaths, The Essex Institute (Salem, Mass. 1925) Page 270
↑ McCracken, George E. "The Salem Gardners: Comments and Clues," The American Genealogist 30 (July 1954) : 155-168; especially 168. Image copy. NEHGS link; Accessed 2106 at AmericanAncestors.org (subscription required)
Edward Norris Wentworth, Jr, The Genealogy of Edward Norris Wentworth Junior; Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA; Date: June 1928