I wish this were a case of meticulous research not being honored. Sadly, it is not.
The profiles for Zamuel and Marpory were created in 2013, sourced only to an unidentifiable and inherently unreliable Ancestry Tree and the equally unreliable Ancestry.com OneWorldTree, and were barely touched since then. The Zamuel profile was created with two different birth dates, 12 years apart, in different birthplaces. I found no evidence that Marpory ever existed; the name seems to be a misrendering of the equally unusual name Mesery. I cannot tell from the change histories whether the profiles were connected to parents when created, but it is likely that they were once corrected to the wrong father (there has been a history of confusing and conflating different men named Jacobus Quick, including adjusting birth dates to make the wrong man fit into the biography of another man).
Anyone could have researched these profiles and edited them to document baptism and marriage dates, places, etc. The profiles are Open and most of the information needed is readily available in free online sources, particularly the baptism and marriage records of the Kingston, New York, Dutch church.
The profiles for the parents have been project-protected due to the history of confusion over identities as well as the complexity of the LNABs, so there are limitations on who can connect parents, spouses and children, but the rest of the research that I did before making the various corrections to these profiles created 7 years ago could have been done by any member.