HAWKINS, John (Dr)

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

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Name John (Dr) HAWKINS
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician. Grammarian & translator 1619)
Period of medical practice 1618-1638
Place of birth England (Nash, Kent (4th son of Sir Thomas Hawkins))
Address Charterhouse Court (1624)
Other notes Examined for Collmem 14 Jan 1616 - MD Padua. RC, in Gee. To pay annual `fine' 14 April 1626 (Papist fudge after the Commissioners). 1628, in College list as making payment on account of fine. More

Censorial hearings

14 Jan 1616
Entry Dr John H, student of Padua for 7 or 8 years, appeared to be examined. The President and Dr. Baskerville had seen his letters testimonial from Padua. He was told he must be incorporated in a domestic university. Meanwhile he was examined by the Censors present and approved: this to count as his first examination.
Attitude of the accused asked for College membership
Action taken Approved on first examination.
14 April 1626
Entry To pay £4 p.a. to the College 'on account of a fine'. He promised to begin at the following feast of St. John the Baptist.
Attitude of the accused asked for College membership
Action taken To pay £4 p.a. 'on account of a fine'.
Verdict guilty
Sentence To pay 'fine' of £4 p.a.
1 Jan 1628
Entry H was in the College list as 'making payment on account of fines'.
Action taken None.