Thanks, that clarifies things for me. Welcome to the project!
But I must say: Absent URLs, dates, and locations, those names you mentioned necessitated some hunting on my part,
I think the Isaac Ogden you mention is supposed to be a son of Swaine Ogden https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Ogden-771 (that's a family I'm not familiar with). That Swaine Ogden profile would benefit from source citations to the individual church records, plus documentation of the contents of each record (including the diverse spellings of his first and last name). I see that the Ogden Genealogy names 9 children, and those 9 children have linked profiles. What is your evidence for an additional child named Isaac?
Now that you are part of this project, please start following the new_netherland tag in G2G, give yourself a refresher review on the WikiTree guidance on citing sources at https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:Sources, and get acquainted with our New Netherland project naming protocols and our guidance page on reliable sources.
Regarding citations, the shortcuts that we sometimes use when we cite sources for recent generations of the family are not acceptable when we delve into early ancestors who typically have many interested descendants. That is, bare URLs, names of Ancestry.com databases (such as "U.S., Dutch Reformed Church Records in Selected States, 1639-1989"), and similar shortcuts do not constitute valid source citations (we can't assume that the URL will still function when a reader encounters it, nor that they will recognize that we are citing an Ancestry database and will be able to locate the same record we we found -- we need to identify each specific item we reviewed and describe its contents). Also, so that our citations will appear on the page, we need to be careful to use the codes <ref> and <references /> correctly.