It seems that at least one person believes that more research is needed on parentage for Voorhees-273 according to comments. The discussion seems to have been going on for a few years, but with few participants.
In addition, you are over-stating your case.
Ex. 1 - You say in the notes that “Stokes noted [...] the erroneous identification of him as the husband of Fetje van der Bogaert has been repeated in other secondary sources [...] and should be rejected.”
Stokes does not use such strong language, and simply says “The 1888 genealogist was in error [...] Peter is not a Voorhees name and appears infrequently in the earlier generations” without references as to why he believes the error to exist. The fact that the word “infrequently” is used indicates that the name is indeed in use.
Ex. 2 - You state “ Stokes concluded that this Peter Voorhees (the son of Jan Janse Van Voorhees and Neeltje Nevius, born 25 January 1718 and baptized at New Brunswick) must be the man who married Sophia. ”
Stokes does not say “must have been”, Stokes uses uncertain language and says “On the other hand, Jan, no. 44, did have a son Peter [...] we may not have all of his children, only those who survived to adulthood. It is presumed [...] We do not know the exact date of his marriage. There could have been children born before the first one on record. [...] This church has several gaps in the record. We do not know. “
There are references given to other sources, but not which facts belong to which, and without access to those, it is impossible to form a qualitative opinion. They include such ambiguous references as “ Research by Mrs. Donnan B. Harding, Ms. in files of Van Voorhees Association”. While Mrs. Harding was in the associations employ, we do not know of the quality of her research to trust it implicitly.
Lastly, this volume was published almost 40 years ago, it is possible that more records have come to light or will in this digital age.
I suggest that if there is no pressing need to perform this action, that it be postponed until more evidence is available or the sources from the Van Voorhees volume can be examined directly for more information. Perhaps there are DNA tests that can assist in this matter?
Has anyone reached out to the Van Voorhees Association to ask if they have any additional information?