CAMPION, Dr Thomas

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

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Name Dr Thomas CAMPION
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician. Poet (CHAMPION). HonFRCP, Dec 1644 (CHAMPION).)
Period of medical practice 1600-1621
Other notes Trouble 22 Dec 1610, 11 Jan 1611. Collbiz 12 April 1611 - wanted exam, then vanished. Licentiate of Paris, MD Caen. Aka CAMPIAN (Annals). ?=CHAMPION (Oxon cards), MB 1643, ?MD 1644, HonFRCP 1644?

Censorial hearings

m S Thomas 1610
Entry C had been summoned, but sent letter of excuse because he cd not attend. To be asked to attend on the second Friday of next month to hear the findings of his lawsuit against Dr HEARNE (qv).
Action taken Summoned for second Friday of next month.
11 Jan 1611
Entry C appeared. See the BOOK OF EXAMINATIONS.
Action taken ? (see the BOOK OF EXAMINATIONS.)
12 April 1611
Entry C, a licentiate of Paris & a doctor of Caen, presented himself ingenuously to be examined. He was told he must first wait on the President & Censors: which if he did well, he might enter the profession.
Attitude of the accused asked for College membership
Action taken To wait on the President & Censors.
Verdict case not completed