DRY, Susanna

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

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Susanna DRY


Name Susanna DRY
Gender Female
Marital status Married 1634 (Wife of John Dry 1634)
Primary occupation non-medical (Wife of John Dry)
Period of medical practice 1624-1644
Address St Dunstan's in the East 1634
Other notes Fined 1634.

Known London address

St Dunstan in the East
Parish St Dunstan in the East
Ward Tower (Street)
Date 1634

Censorial hearings

12 Sep 1634
Entry D, the wife of John Dry of St Dunstan's in the East, was reported to have given medicine for £3 to Margaret Foxe of Hackney, to Mathewe Evans, and to another.
Action taken See next. (To appear.)
Number of crimes 3
2 Oct 1634
Entry D appeared and was fined £3 for practice on Eliz. (sic) Foxe.
Action taken Fined £3. Imprisoned. See next.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined £3 and imprisoned
Number of crimes 1
4 Oct 1634
Entry The President (Dr Fox) took 30s. of D's fine and released D. 12s. was to go to the complainant and the rest (*) to pious uses.
Action taken D was released on payment of 30s. of fine.