LAWRENCE, Cornelius

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

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Cornelius LAWRENCE


Name Cornelius LAWRENCE
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical physician (university education) (Physician.)
Period of medical practice 1623-1643
Place of birth England (of Kent)
Date of death ?1670
Address ?Kent (1633)
Other notes ?Ca BA 1618 incorp Ox 1620? MA Oxon. Warned to abstain 1633. ?Ca MD 1636 Lit Reg? NOT = old Mr L (Cheapside apothecary, d 1670)?

Censorial hearings

1 March 1633
Entry Mr. John Buggs, 'being accused for giuinge phisicke to one Mr. Cooke hee sayeth hee had the directions of Dr. Lawrence, whoe liveth in Gratious Street att the St. Johns head, whoe called in Mr. Buggs to this bussines'.
Initiator of the complaint other medical practitioner
Action taken See next.
5 April 1633
Entry L, of Kent, MA Oxon, was questioned about his treatment of Mr Cooke of the Old Bailey (see BUGGS 130, entry 10), and said he had been called in by BUGGS.
Action taken Warned to abstain.
Verdict not proven
Number of crimes 1