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

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Name Peter SALMON
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician to ChI. F of King's Cantab 1622-32.)
Period of medical practice 1627-1675
Place of birth England (b Leigh, Essex (son of Robert Salmon))
Date of birth 1602
Date of death 1675
Address St Martins in the Fields 1666-75
Other notes Ca 1619 BA 1623 MA 1626 incorp Ox 1627. MD Padua 1630 incorp Ox 1633 Ox lic 1632. Trouble 1 Nov 1633. FRCP 1639. Oxon cards. Birken thesis.

Known London address

St Martin in the Fields
Date 1666-75

College membership

Date of BA 1623
Date of MA 1626
Medical education (university) Italy (Padua, Bologna, Ferrara, Venice)
Medical education (years) 4
Date of license to practise 1632
Date of MD 1630
Degree incorporated into Oxford University Yes
Date became Candidate 08/04/1639
Date became Fellow 18/06/1639
Date of Candidacy 1639-1639
Date of Fellowship 1639-1675
In trouble before membership Yes
Other notes Ca 1619. MD Padua. Oxon cards
Date of birth 1602
Date of death 1675

Censorial hearings

2 Nov 1633
Entry 'The Beadle is to Cite against the next Colledge daye ... Dr. Salmon ... '
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken To be cited.
Verdict case not completed
30 Aug 1634
Entry Dr S was to be summoned for the next Friday.
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken To be summoned.
Verdict case not completed
5 April 1639
Entry Dr S appeared for the fourth time and was examined.
Action taken ?Presumably passed.
8 April 1639
Entry PS of Essex, educ King's College Cantab, but MD Padua (4 Sep 1630), incorp Oxon (9 July 1633), appeared for the fifth time. He was examined (1) by the President on fevers, (2) by Argent on blood, (3) by Prujean on the plague and pestilential fevers, (4) by Cadyman, (5) by Hamey on types of heads & paroxysms of fevers. Approved (though not nem. com.) & elected CRCP. Took oath & was admitted CRCP.
Action taken CRCP.
18 June 1639
Entry S, of Essex, was voted FRCP with only one contrary vote. He took the oath and was admitted & took his place. He paid the fee due to the College and those due to the officers in accordance with custom.
Action taken FRCP.