BOWNE, Peter

Physicians and Irregular Medical Practitioners in London 1550-1640 Database. Originally published by Centre for Metropolitan History, London, 2004.

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Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician. F of CCC. Author.)
Period of medical practice 1614-1627
Place of birth England (of Oxford, from Bedfordshire)
Date of birth 1575
Address Oxford 1617
Other notes Trouble 1616. CRCP 1617. See Munk & Birken thesis. Fellow of CCC Oxon.

College membership

Date became Candidate 24/01/1617
Date became Fellow 21/04/1620
Date of Candidacy 1617-1620
Date of Fellowship 1620-1624
Offices held FELLEND = last known (15 Jan 1624). Replaced 3 March 1624.
In trouble before membership Yes
Other notes See Birken & ?Munk. Not in Annals list 1 Jan 1628. CCC.
Date of birth 1575

Censorial hearings

16 Feb 1616
Entry B, of Oxford, charged, with John BOWNE 108 and Thomas THURSTON 738 (qq.v.), with treating a kinsman of Anne Mountney of Marke Lane, & thrusting an instrument too deep down the throat of Leonard Mountney (?the kinsman?).
Initiator of the complaint relative of the patient
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken B to be summoned.
Verdict case not completed
Number of crimes 1
2 Aug 1616
Entry B appeared for examination. 'Dr. Bowne, a Doctor for two years already, appeared to be examined. But three Censors were absent and the matter was postponed.'
Action taken See next.
6 Sep 1616
Entry B was examined for the first time and approved. 'Then after the President, Dr. Argent and Dr. Winston had left, Dr. Bowne of Oxford appeared before the three Censors and the Registrar. He was examined for the first time and in that examination conducted himself so well that he satisfied them, and was approved for the first time.'
Action taken Examined and approved, first time.
4 Oct 1616
Entry B was examined for the second time and approved.
Action taken Examined and approved, second time.
8 Nov 1616
Entry B was [examined and] approved for the third time.
Action taken [Examined and] approved, third time.
24 Jan 1617
Entry B was admitted as a Candidate.
Action taken Admitted Candidate.