Elizabeth Miller was baptized on 4 Feb 1614/5 in Stratton, Dorset, daughter of Lawrence Miller & Joane Smith.
Gordon L. Remington wrote an article in 1998-99 titled, "Robert Huestis of Westchester County: his Ancestry and Descendants." (NYGBR, 129:191-206) in which he pointed out that Joanne Smith's father, or grandfather, was Angell Smith, a " General of Stratton."
Apparently the only basis for connecting Elizabeth Miller in marriage to Robert Husted (or Huestis) is the use of the name, Angell, in both families (Robert and his wife, Elizabeth, named their son Angell).
Robert C. Anderson featured Robert Huestis in his ''Great Migration'' series and reports that the 2nd wife was Elizabeth _______. Anderson certainly read Remington's article; it is referenced in regards to origin, but does not report that Elizabeth Miller was Robert's wife.
In addition, we have serious date problems with Elizabeth Miller as his wife. The three children of Robert and Elizabeth were born between "say" 1624 and 1628. Elizabeth was baptized in 1614/5 making her only about ten years old when the first child was born.
The Remington article was published in NYGBR 129:1-12, 97-108, 191-206, 276-84, 130:54-60, but the applicable pages seem to be 129:191-206 and maybe even more specifically, 201-206. I have not seen the article (unfortunately AmercianAncestors only has NYGBR through about 1920).
Bottom line, unless there is compelling new information in the NYGBR article (or elsewhere), we should probably disconnect Elizabeth Miller as wife of Robert, add a section to both profiles explaining the situation, and create a new Elizabeth Unknown.
Anyone have access to NYGBR 1998, Vol 129?
PS: we also have a marriage to George Grey attached to this Elizabeth Miller. Source is an Ancestral File which points to a 1635 marriage in England. Maybe this is the correct marriage for Elizabeth Miller? If so, would be nice to have something more substantial than an Ancestral File.