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DU LOBEL, Jacques

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

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Jacques DU LOBEL

Biography

Name Jacques DU LOBEL (DE L'OBEL, DE LOBELL, DU LOBELL, LOBEALE, LOBEL, LOBELL)
Gender Male
Primary occupation non-medical (Silkweaver)
Period of medical practice 1617-1637
Place of birth reln b Valentine (Flanders)
Address ?St Dionys Backchurch 1599. ?St Benet Gracech 1602
Other notes In trouble (x3) 1627. Family living in Langborne ward 1599-1602. Father (?botanist, Lobelia man, Matthias) d 1616. Mother d 1622.

Known London address

St Dionys Backchurch (?)
Parish St Dionis Backchurch
Ward Langborne
Date 1599
St Benet Gracechurch (?)
Parish St Benet Gracechurch
Ward Bridge Within
Date 1602

Censorial hearings

3 Feb 1627
Entry Du L, an 'old man', said that he practised in ignorance of the statutes, and out of sheer poverty. He was warned to abstain and dismissed with no fine on condition that he reported the names of those known to him who were practising.
Action taken Warned to abstain, dismissed with no fine but to inform on others.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Warned to abstain. To inform on others
16 March 1627
Entry Jane CLARKE was accused of letting the blood of patients sent to her by Dr Lobell and Dr Fashions. She said that Dr L sometimes brought patients to her 'for her phisicke'.
Action taken ?None for L.
25 June 1627
Entry L was accused (as was HOFMAN, qv) in his absence by GILBOURNE (321).
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed