Unfortunately, Fair Use does not allow copyright-protected articles, nor extensive excerpts of such articles, to be republished on WikiTree. Fair use probably allows for limited person-to-person sharing, but not wholesale republication on a public website.
It is not enough (and frustrating for readers) when a profile says that new research supports new conclusions, but not explain the basis for those conclusions, but we can do that without republishing the article. The best way to deal with this kind of material in WikiTree is to present and discuss key information from the articles (both factual evidence and inferences drawn from that evidence) in the text of the profile (and of course cite the sources).
The 3-article series of articles regarding this family in NYGBR should be interesting reading for descendants of the family. Your mileage may vary, but I think the evidence for the origins of this family is strong. One fascinating tidbit (not cited as evidence, just a tidbit) that I noticed while skimming is a statement that the stone church that John Ogden the Pilgrim and his nephew (not brother) Richard Ogden built in New Amsterdam was characteristic of stone construction in the Pennines (the region from which they came).