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FIGH, Valentine

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

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Valentine FIGH

Biography

Name Valentine FIGH (FIGGE, FYGE)
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical apothecary (Apothecary's man 1626. Freed 1626. ?Apothecary to Pepys? Master SA 1669)
Period of medical practice 1626-1669
Date of death soon after 1669
Address Fleet Street 1640
Other notes Warned 1626 & 1632. Sons Valentine (v. Venn) & Thomas. Archbishop's Lic med 1635 (Laud Register I.232d).

Known London address

Fleet Street
Parish St Bride Fleet Street
Ward Faringdon Without
Date 1640

Censorial hearings

1 Sep 1626
Entry F, the servant ('man') of apothecary Wakes, was warned about his irreverence.
Action taken Warned.
Verdict case not completed
8 June 1632
Entry F, an apothecary, was charged in the matter of Mr Goddard, but said that he had Dr Yelverton's prescriptions.
Action taken Warned and dismissed.
Verdict case not completed
Number of crimes 1
3 July 1640
Entry 'Mr. Phige apothecary was questioned for practizinge upon the body of Mrs. Ganocke. hee put of all to D. Staines, D. Gurden and Mr. Hill, affirminge what was done, was by ther direction.'
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed