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MIND, Thomas

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

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Thomas MIND

Biography

Name Thomas MIND (MYNDE)
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical surgeon (Surgeon. Servant to Surgeon Winter)
Period of medical practice 1615-1635
Other notes Confesses to giving ointment 1625. Fined & imprisoned.

Known London address

With his master 816 WINTER (Fleet Street)
Parish St Bride Fleet Street
Ward Faringdon Without
Date c1625-30
West Green Totnam (with 816)
Date c1625-30

Censorial hearings

30 May 1625
Entry M, servant of the surgeon WINTER (?816, qv), was implicated in the death of Mr Edward Reve. CADYMAN (139, qv) had prescribed an ointment and W and then M had administered it. C said M had anointed the wrong part (supposed to be testicles). M said that W had used a different ointment from what C had prescribed.
Action taken See next.
Number of crimes 1
20 June 1625
Entry M admitted that he had anointed Mr Reve's belly [instead of his genitals].
Attitude of the accused confessed
Action taken Fined £40 and imprisoned for 3 months.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined £40 and imprisoned for 3 months
Number of crimes 1