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HINCKLOW, Henry

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

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Henry HINCKLOW

Biography

Name Henry HINCKLOW (HINCHLOUES, HINCHLOW, HINSCHLOUS)
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician)
Period of medical practice 1615-1629
Place of birth England (b Lancashire)
Address nr Temple Bar 1624
Other notes MD Leyden ?1617 (see Innes-Smith). Pleaded ignorance of regulations 1619. LRCP 1621. Popish 1624(?).

Known London address

near Temple Bar
Date 1624

College membership

Medical education (university) Leiden
MB 1617
Date of MD 1617
Date became Licentiate 22/12/1621
In trouble before membership Yes
Other notes MD Leyden ?1617

Censorial hearings

13 Sep 1616
Entry Mr H of Suffolk came for examination. He had been created MA 1608, and had practised in Suffolk since then (Bishop's Licence). He had studied philosophy at the Sorbonne and at Seville, but had no MA from those universities. He was married, so could not now go to (incorporate in) a British university.
Attitude of the accused asked for College membership
Action taken H was prohibited.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Prohibited from practice
12 Feb 1619
Entry H, MD Leyden 1617 (under Rector Poliandrus and Dean Otto Van Heurne) was charged with illicit practice. He showed his diploma, and pleaded ignorance of the laws. He had already submitted.
Action taken To visit Censors and then to reappear.
Verdict guilty
Sentence To seek College membership
5 Oct 1621
Entry Dr H was examined for the second time. He was well thought of.
Action taken Approved on second examination.
9 Nov 1621
Entry Dr H was examined the third time and approved.
Action taken Approved on third examination.
22 Dec 1621
Entry Dr H was elected LRCP and took the oath.
Action taken LRCP.
22 Dec 1631
Entry Dr H paid his fees for the previous year.
Action taken Paid arrears.