GARRET, ?James

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 apothecary (Apothecary)
Period of medical practice 1591-1636
Address Crutched Friars 1608. ??Southwark 1619.
Other notes Trouble 1601 1608 1609 1617; James G trouble 1626. ?All=James G (son of James) Dutch apothecary?

Known London address

Crutched Friars
Parish St Olave Hart Street
Ward Tower (Street)
Date 1608
Southwark (??)
Ward Bridge Without
Date 1619

Censorial hearings

31 July 1601
Entry G, an apothecary, denied practising medicine, but admitted that he had given as a purgative 'a recipe which had once been prescribed by a doctor and which had been filed away with others in his house'.
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed
Number of crimes 1
1 July 1608
Entry Richard Foster, shoemaker, said that G of Crutched Friars had agreed to cure Mrs Prat for £7 7s., received the money, and then done nothing. The Beadle was ordered to summon G to the next meeting.
Initiator of the complaint person unconnected with the patient or the case
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken To be summoned.
Number of crimes 1
3 Nov 1609
Entry G failed to appear.
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken Failed to appear.
Verdict case not completed
14 April 1617
Entry College to investigate G.
Action taken To be investigated.
Verdict case not completed
4 Aug 1626
Entry John BAINES (qv), apothecary, confessed that he had sold [bad] mithridate to Thomas MILLER (qv), but said he had bought it from Garret, who had guaranteed it.
Action taken ?
17 Oct 1631
Entry Mentioned as the one-time master of CLAPHAM (qv).