Left Albion then visited Victorian England then Elizabeth's.
According to The White Pirate visited the digs of Horace Quelch whilst he was living at The Cedars in Putney. It was there he signed Quelch's copy of Bernice Beati - a work later seized by the police. Quelch became something of a protegé.
According to The Dreamthief's Daughter he died in 1927.
- The End of All Songs - Mrs Amelia Underwood quotes his poems often, as does Captain Oswald Bastable
- Elric at the End of Time - Una regretted his passing so long ago.
- The Condition of Muzak
- The Murderer's Song
- The Retirement of Jack Karaquazian
- The War Amongst the Angels
- The Laughter of Carthage
- Jerusalem Commands
- The White Pirate - a favourite of Horace Quelch who knew him before the War in Putney
- The Dreamthief's Daughter - as Weldrake (note the lack of 'h')
- The Skrayling Tree
- The White Wolf's Son - his poems are quoted
- Mother London - mentioned in the acknowledgements
- The Whispering Swarm - his poems are quoted
- "Hmm. Well, I suppose in some ways I am Wheldrake, but in others Wheldrake is Swinburne. Wheldrake's the name Swinburne chose to give bad reviews to his own work. ."
- "Wheldrake does speak for me from time to time, yes. But he's based firmly on Swinburne, a poet I admire but who went out of fashion a bit, partly because he wrote too many damned books. An incredibly facile poet with an ability to write in almost any poetic form at the drop of a hat (thus his repreentation in Revenge). He features quite largely in Gloriana, writing cod Elizabethan verse there, in one or two forms, though some, of course, are parodies of Spenser. Bloom, at the End of Time, also takes a few characteristics from Wheldrake..." 
- Was on the attendance list of The Reunion Party