Inventory for probate, 1623, held in NRO, shows the total value of his property as £1097 3s. 4d., and he not only owned Kimberley Hall but also Surrey House in Norwich [ref: Wymondham in the Seventeenth Century: Christopher Barringer, Richard Fowle & Sheila Spicer (eds.), Wymondham: Workers Educational Association, 1993.]
WOODHOUSE or WODEHOUSE, PHILIP;
Entered: Easter, 1577;
Died: Oct. 30, 1623;
Matric. Fell.-Com. from TRINITY, Easter, 1577. Doubtless s. and h. of Sir Roger, Knt., of Kimberley Hall, Norfolk. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Nov. 2, 1580. M.P. for Castle Rising, 1586-7. Succeeded his father, Apr. 4, 1588. Sheriff of Norfolk, 1594-5. Knighted at the capture of Cadiz, 1596. Created Bart., June 29, 1611. Of Kimberley. Married Grisell, dau. of William Yelverton, of Rougham, and widow of Hamon L'Estrange, Dec. 22, 1582. Died Oct. 30, 1623. Buried at Kimberley. Father of Thomas (1598). (Burke, Peerage, etc.; G.E.C., I. 51.)
Sir Thomas Wodehouse, (1585 or 1598? - 1658).
Son of the above. A moderate Puritan, supporter of Parliament in the Civil War. Became a captain in the militia of the Hundred of Forehoe. M.P. for Thetford in the Long Parliament, from 1640. [ref: ibid.]
See (possibly referring to this Sir Thomas): Litcham (White's 1854)
Sir John Wodehouse (1669-1754),
fourth baronet, presumably grandson of the above.
William Wodehouse (?1706-37), of Kimberley Hall,
son of the above, was Tory M.P. for Norfolk from 1734 until his death.
Armine Wodehouse (c.1714-77), later fifth baronet,
succeeded his elder brother (above) as M.P. for Norfolk from 1737 to 1768.