Later Life and Death 16215394, citing Setauket Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Setauket, Suffolk County, New York, USA ; Maintained by a2 (contributor 46812011) . In 1781, Woodhull married Mary Smith. Kevin R. McNally, who plays Judge Richard Woodhull on TURN: Washington's Spies, discusses Richard's new reconciliation with Abe, his character finally getting into the espionage action, and the game-changing events of Episode 3. Abraham Woodhull (October 7, 1750 – January 23, 1826) was a leading member of the Culper Spy Ring in New York City and Setauket, New York, during the American Revolutionary War.He used the alias "Samuel Culper" (later "Samuel Culper Sr."), which was a play on Culpeper County, Virginia, and was suggested by George Washington. Wife and Children. After her death in 1806, Woodhull remarried in 1824. They had three kids together. Richard Woodhull. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Richard Woodhull IV (1712–13 Oct 1788), Find a Grave Memorial no. They had three kids together. Abraham Woodhull was born on 7 October 1750 in Setauket, New York, the son of Judge Richard Woodhull and Mary Smith. An obituary is not available at this time for Richard Woodhull Jr.. We welcome you to provide your thoughts and memories on our Tribute Wall. For the historical perfectionist seeking the actual allegiance of Richard Woodhull, or descendants interested in Abe Woodhull’s genealogy, Rose’s book and the actual source documents get those facts straight and TURN is fictional in regard. In real life: Woodhull didn't actually wed his wife, Mary, until after the war. The couple had three children. Turn: Washington's Spies (stylized as TURИ: Washington's Spies) is an American period drama television series developed by Craig Silverstein and based on Alexander Rose’s book Washington's Spies: The Story of America's First Spy Ring (2007), a history of the Culper Ring. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Richard Woodhull Jr., please visit our floral store. Oct. 1788 Death of Judge Richard Woodhull in Setauket, age 76 Late 1780s King George III first exhibits signs of mental instability 1803 John Hawkins patents a letter-copying device he calls a … Turn produced its best finale to-date with a suspenseful and shocking installment that followed the roads to execution for Major John Andre (JJ Feild) and Abraham Woodhull (Jamie Bell). Q: So far this season, Abe and Richard are on the best terms they've ever been. Biography Early life. Warning: Spoilers below. The series aired on AMC from April 6, 2014, through August 12, 2017. The series originally aired on the AMC network for four seasons, from April 6, 2014, to August 12, 2017. Turn: Washington's Spies (originally titled Turn and stylized as TURИ: Washington's Spies) is an American period drama television series based on Alexander Rose's book Washington's Spies: The Story of America's First Spy Ring (2007), a history of the Culper Ring.