I have contacted you before, but I hope not with this same information.First, I do not have an opinion on your subject.In our historical society we have some of the volumes on the "Colonial Families of the Eastern Shore of Maryland."Volume 1 has a chapter on the Wickes family:
"Joseph Wickes, b. c 1620, and his wife Mary immigrated to Maryland by 1650.Joseph Weeks claimed land for immigrating in 1651.Wickes prob. came with the group of Puritans who migrated n. from Virginia, chiefly from the area of Isle of Wight and Lower Norfolk counties in 164-1650.The name of Joseph Weeks appears as a witness in the will of Roger Bagnell of the Isle of Wight Co. on 19 Oct 1657.Joseph and Mary Hartwell, children of Mary, wife of Joseph Wicks, were transported (from Virginia) in 1656.A marriage of Capt. Jos Weikes (Wickes) and Marie (Mary) Hartwell was recorded in the court proceedings of KE (Kent) Co with the date of marriage given as 7th day, 5th monh, 1656."
There is further information on these people.If you do not have access to the book, I will make copies to send you.