HODGE, Anne

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

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Anne HODGE

Biography

Name Anne HODGE (HODGES)
Gender Female
Marital status Married 1619 (Wife of Davy HODGES = 404, 1619. Husband: medical surgeon, BSC 1609-11. ?Later beggar)
Primary occupation medical physician (Uroscopist. Practitioner of physic. Wife of Davy HODGES 404)
Period of medical practice 1609-1629
Address Southwark 1619
Other notes Blind uroscopist (method??). In trouble 1619.
Medical specialities Uroscopy (+GP)

Known London address

Southwark
Ward Bridge Without
Date 1619

Censorial hearings

5 Feb 1619
Entry H, blind, of Southwark, appeared and was accused of much practice. She said that she gave Succus Rosarum et Confection Hamy, R oz. in white wine. She also said that her husband David (qv 404) had £4 (not £5) from a Mrs Lowdon for syrup which he got from the apothecary Garret of Southwark.
Action taken See next.
12 Feb 1619
Entry H said that she examined urines, but only 1 or 2 per week. She accused Mrs TAILOR 721 (qv), Sophia RAYMOND 619 (qv) and Emm EDWARDS 247 (qv).
Action taken Fined 20s. and prohibited.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined 20s. and prohibited