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O'ROUGHAN, Denys

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Denys O'ROUGHAN

Biography

Name Denys O'ROUGHAN
Gender Male
Period of medical practice 1599-1619
Place of birth Irish
Other notes Accused and forbidden 1609. In Calendar of State Papers (Domestic): accused Sir John Perrott of treason while P was commander of the army in Ireland. Intemperate.

Censorial hearings

3 Feb 1609
Entry O was found guilty of bad practice towards Likey, an innkeeper, Gorge, an assistant cook, and others.
Action taken To be fined £5 and imprisoned, but not until March.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined £5 and imprisoned; to reappear
Number of crimes 2
3 March 1609
Entry O was found 'entirely unsatisfactory'.
Action taken Forbidden to practise.