HUTTON, Russell

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Russell HUTTON


Name Russell HUTTON
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical surgeon (Surgeon)
Period of medical practice 1620-1640
Address Queenhithe 1630
Other notes Fined 1630.

Known London address

Parish St Michael Queenhithe
Ward Queenhithe
Date 1630

Censorial hearings

7 May 1630
Entry H, surgeon of Queenhithe, was accused by Edward AUDLINE (qv, 32) of giving turbinth pills to Christian Wilhelm, a Flemish potter of Pickle Herring Street, who had dysary. The pills caused ulceration and bleeding. H said he had had the advice of a young Southwark doctor and had thought Wilhelm's penis ulcerated. He had also put a bag of herbs etc. round W's neck.
Initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Action taken Fined 40s.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined 40s.
Number of crimes 1