The profile of Henry Woodward, who died in 1685 at Northampton, Massachusetts, currently shows that he was baptized in 1607 in Much Worton, Lancashire, England, son of Thomas and Elizabeth (Tyson) Woodward, with a royal ancestry. This lineage is common on the internet, but I can't find any reputable (or even published) source that backs it up.
An example of this alleged royal lineage is here: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p1152.htm#i34602
Henry is not recognized as a gateway ancestor by the prominent medieval genealogist Douglas Richardson.
On the other hand, a recent Woodward genealogy states that Henry was baptized in 1611 at Childwall, Lancashire, son of John Woodward of Childwall. See Thomas Steadman, Descendants of Richard, Nathaniel, Robert and Henry Woodward of New England, 2nd ed. (Tampa, Florida, 1986), p. 575. This book is online at familysearch: https://familysearch.org/eng/library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titledetails&titleno=654549&disp=Descendants+of+Richard%2C+Nathaniel%2C+R
Which one is right? If there isn't any evidence for either one, I am inclined to detach the parents of Henry without a replacement, while expanding the "Disputed Parents" paragraph on his profile.