I’m afraid you haven’t traced your line all the way back to Richard. There are problems with your tree.
Your line from Richard is Henry & then another Richard, born 1610. In 2018 Craig Dowd commented on the profile for Richard, that this particular Richard died as a child. This is the case - he was baptised 15 July 1610 & buried 21 July 1610, both in Woodchurch.
Also other details of the tree don’t make much sense - the supposed son of this Richard - who lived & died in Kent, is born in Gloucestershire. There is no explanation how or why. This child then has a child born in Pennsylvania, even though he dies in Gloucestershire, England & doesn’t seem to have emigrated. The next generation is born in Albermarle,Surrey, England (a place that doesn’t exist, perhaps they meant Virginia?)
Richard Doude born 1610 conveniently marries a woman with the surname Dowdy...
Unfortunately there is quite a bit of unsourced detail in the tree. It looks like it needs a lot of work to get to the truth. Sorry, but you may find your actual brick wall occurs quite some time before 1554 & perhaps even in America, & that is why the tree is currently attached to someone who died as a child.
I would go back down the tree to the last person you are absolutely sure of & have reliable sources for & then start working your way up again using records. Look at other family trees, but unless they show evidence, take them with a pinch of salt.
Probably not what you want to hear...