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 surgeon (Surgeon. BSC 1628 1635)
Period of medical practice 1621-1641
Place of birth foreign
Address Moorfields 1635
Other notes Trouble 1631 (apparently Fludd's fault). BSC banned him 1628 1635. ? = DENNINGTON (220)?

Known London address

Parish St Stephen Coleman Street
Ward Coleman Street
Date 1635

Censorial hearings

17 June 1631
Entry John Walton said that D had given medicine to his father (John Walton Senior) for vertigo in 1627. D had made JWS covenant £26 and £13, or forfeit 20 oaks on his freehold land in Suffolk.
Initiator of the complaint relative of the patient
Action taken See next.
Number of crimes 1
9 July 1631
Entry D, a foreign surgeon, admitted making an agreement for £26 for treating Walton, but claimed that 'the matter was the affair of Dr Fludd, a Fellow'. D said that he'd supplied medicines because Fludd had failed to do so. He declared also that the agreement had been assigned to a certain Mr. Casen for £15 of which D received £5. Mr. Casen had looked after some trees about to be destroyed.
Action taken The matter was to be further inquired into by Fludd.
Number of crimes 2
4 Nov 1631
Entry Dr Fludd was to satisfy the College about Dunnington.
Action taken ?D vindicated, Dr Fludd in trouble instead? See next.
2 Dec 1631
Entry Dr Fludd 'denyed, that hee had anye part of the monye, nether gaue hee more than one bill to the said D.'
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken D to be summoned again.
Verdict case not completed