HIDE, John

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

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Name John HIDE (HYDE)
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical apothecary (Apothecary. Charter member SA 1617)
Period of medical practice 1612-1626
Date of death 1626
Address St Mary's Colechurch 1626
Other notes Before Court 1622 (?as witness).

Known London address

St Mary's Colechurch
Parish St Mary Colechurch
Ward Cheap
Date 1626

Censorial hearings

29 Nov 1622
Entry Mr. WHETLYE, apothecary, was accused of supplying irregulars such as SAVERYE. It was said that his servant, HIDE, took Saverye's bills to avoid Georg Haughton's shop; but Whetlye agreed to forbid Hide to do this. W could not read the bill in question, so W and H 'must comme yis day sevenight to discipher his characters.'
Action taken To appear in one week's time.
6 Dec 1622
Entry John Hide the servant of Whetley had been summoned but was not present.
Attitude of the accused absent
Action taken ?
19 Dec 1622
Entry Hide, WHETLYE's servant of no university, but literate, was asked about W's dealings with SAVERY 654. He said that one Wilkinson by the stocks made SAVERY's medicines. 'He sayeth he sends for drugs and maketh the medecyne himself. He only invented this course, because HANTON did vse to intercept his bills which were sent to Mr WHETLYE.'
Initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Action taken ?
Verdict case not completed