TAYLER, Timothy

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

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Timothy TAYLER


Name Timothy TAYLER
Gender Male
Period of medical practice 1620-1641
Other notes Accused 1630 & 1631. Confessed. Outcome?

Known London address

Gray's Inn
Date 1630
Bulwark, Tower
Parish Tower Liberty = St Peter ad Vincula (in the Bailey)
Ward Tower (Street)
Date 1631

Censorial hearings

4 June 1630
Entry T was accused by Dr Hincklow of practice on Reeve of Gray's Inn Lane.
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed
Number of crimes 1
2 Dec 1631
Entry Sicilye, wife of John Abraham of Bulwark, Tower, petitioned against T, who had given her purges, powders and a diet drink for £15. Her husband had paid T £6 3s. but had now been arrested for the other £8 17s. Abigail, wife of Andrew Billingslye, said that T had given her purges, had received 50s. and asked for £7 more.
Initiator of the complaint patient
Second initiator of the complaint patient
Action taken See next.
Number of crimes 2
16 Dec 1631
Entry T appeared and confessed to treating people for lameness and pox. George Tunngate, T's servant, said that T made up his own medicines. (GT bought the materials and delivered the medicines to patients.)
Attitude of the accused confessed
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed