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Name John HEDLEY
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical barber-surgeon (Barber-surgeon)
Period of medical practice 1617-1637
Address St Botolph Bishopsgate 1621
Other notes Charged 1627. ?= John HEINDLEY, Archbishop's Lic 1625 (Raach p.217)?

Known London address

St Botolph Bishopsgate
Parish St Botolph without Bishopsgate
Ward Bishopsgate (Within & Without)
Date 1621

Censorial hearings

1 June 1627
Entry H was charged by Edmond STUBBERFIELD 711 (qv) with treating John Wood, the servant of Mr Foord. He denied having practised medicine in this, though he admitted that he had cured worms externally. He was also charged with treating Mrs Lee, and admitted this, saying that he'd done it because of her poverty.
Initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed
Number of crimes 2