FRANKE, Sir Isaac (?Issac)

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

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Sir Isaac (?Issac) FRANKE


Name Sir Isaac (?Issac) FRANKE (FRANCK, FRANCKE)
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician. ?BSC 1623)
Period of medical practice 1584-1624
Place of birth London (of London)
Date of birth ?c.1558
Other notes ?Ca 1574 BA 1577. Forbidden to practise 1594. Summoned 1595. Before Censors 1614 - guarantees to abstain. ?=295 Issac Franck? MD Leiden 16** (not in I-Smith). Coalesced from old 295 (1594) + 296.

Censorial hearings

2 Aug 1594
Entry F, of London, an MA, was forbidden to practise.
Action taken Forbidden to practise.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Forbidden to practise
26 June 1595
Entry F was summoned.
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken Summoned.
Verdict case not completed
7 Oct 1614
Entry F, of London, complained of Dr Atkins for calling him a liar. The President said he was a braggart. Eventually he submitted himself to the College 'with tears and kneeling on the ground'. He claimed to be MD Leyden (NB: not in Innes-Smith). He was told to reappear to answer the charges, and to bring his diploma from Leyden.
Initiator of the complaint college member
Action taken To reappear and bring his `diploma'.
4 Nov 1614
Entry F deposited £5 as a guarantee of abstention.
Action taken To abstain. Bond of £5 taken.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Bond of £5 to abstain. Paid.