BLACKDEN, Tristram

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

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Name Tristram BLACKDEN
Gender Male
Primary occupation non-medical (Esquire. King's servant 1631.)
Period of medical practice 1607-1631
Date of death 1631
Address ?near St Michael's churchyard 1617. Newington, Surrey, 1631
Other notes Arraigned 1617.

Known London address

near St Michael's churchyard
Parish St Michael Crooked Lane (Candlewick Street)
Ward Candlewick Street
Date 1617

Censorial hearings

4 July 1617
Entry Accused by widow of William Collingham of St Michael's churchyard of practising on C for 1s. and giving him mithridate and liquorice in cardives, borage and lettuce waters as a cure for sharpness in his urine.
Initiator of the complaint spouse of the patient
Action taken Prohibited and to pay widow 20s.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Prohibited and to pay patient's widow 20s.
Number of crimes 1