1458, Fulk born in Bedford, England, s/o 65964. John Wodhull & 65965. Joan Etwell.
6/28/1461, Edward IV crowned at Westminster, beginning the House of York.
1464, Anne born in Thenford, Northampton, England, coheir & d/o 65966. William Newenham & 65967. Margaret Lamport.
~6/1475, Fulk, of Warkworth, Northampts, married Anne.
6/16/1475, John and Joan his wife gave the under-mentioned manors and advowson, whereof they were seised jointly in fee, to William Newenham, of Thenford, co. N’hamp, esq., Thomas Lovet, Thomas Newenham, Richard Emson, and Stephen Somerton, to hold for the term of the lives of them the said John and Joan, with remainder to Fulk, son and heir of the said John in tail, with remainder to Fulk’s right heirs. (S) IPM of John.
1477, Indenture betw. John Wodhull of the co. of Bedford, esq. and Johanne his wife and William Newenham of Thenford, com. Northamptonshire, … “remaynder to ffouke Wodhull &c. duringe life of Dame Elizabeth grandmothr to the said Johanne &c.” (S) Misc. Gen. Et Heraldica, 1886, P49.
1485, Betweene John Wodhull Lord of Wodhull, esq. … and ffulke Wodhull his sonne and heire … goods and chattles of Will’m Newenham. (S) Misc. Gen. Et Heraldica, 1886, P50.
8/22/1485, Henry VII succeeded Richard III as King of England.
9/12/1490, Fulk’s father died.
11/6/1490, Fulk pardoned for acquiring the premises of his father without the king’s licence. (S) IPM of his father.
9/24/1490, Writ for IPM of John Wodhull, Esq. … He survived the said Joan and died 12 Sept. last. The said Fulk Wodhull, his son and heir, is aged 32 and more. By letters patent 6 Nov., 6 Hen. VII, the said Fulk received the King’s pardon for acquiring the premises. Bedford: Manor of Langford, worth £18, held of the King, … Manor and advowson of Great Wodhull, worth £12, held of the King … Manor of Little Wodhull, worth £6, held of Margaret, Countess of Richemond … (S) CIsPM.
12/9/1495, Indenture being a feoffment by Nicholas Catesby to William Wodehull and Elizabeth his wife, daughter of William Catesby, deceased, … Witnesses:—Fulk Wodehull, esquire, [Leicester and Northampton] (S) CCRs.
10/28/1501, Inquisition made at Northampton Castle before Fulk Wodehull, Sheriff: (S) UKNA.
Fulk married 2nd Elizabeth Webb, d/o John.
1504, “Feoffment by Fulke Wodhull to William and Elizabeth Cowley of land in Astrop.” (S) UKNA.
3/2/1508, “Terms of marriage between Thomas, son and heir of John Seyton, esq., and Jane, daughter of Fulke Wodhull; bride's settlement on town and fields of Maydwell in Woluertons manor.” (S) UKNA.
1508, Fulk died.
(S) Magna Carta Ancestry, P188. (S) Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited and Extinct Peerages, 1883, Burke. (S) Woodhull genealogy: the Woodhull family in England and America, Woodhull & Stevens, 1904. (S) 1564 Visitation of Northamptonshire. (S) Journal of the House of Lords, V124, 1892, P198.
Children of Fulk and Anne: [3 sons, 3 daughters]
i. Mary Wodhull (16491), born ~1480 in England.
ii. Nicholas Wodhull, born by 1490 in England.
1509, Betw. Edward Raleigh, knt., and Elizabeth Wodhull, late wife of “ffouke Wodhull and Nicholas Wodhull sonne and heire of ffouke” … (S) Misc. Gen. Et Heraldica, 1886, P50.
5/17/1511, Nicholas, son and heir of Fulke Wodhull, and of Anne his wife, both deceased, alias Nicholas Wodell, of Warkewurth, Northt. Livery of lands in Northt., Beds., Bucks, Wilts, Oxon, and elsewhere. (S) CCRs.
Nicholas married Mary, d/o Edward Raleigh.
5/6/1531, Nicholas died.