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

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Name Hugh MORGAN
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical apothecary (Empiric. Apothecary to EI. Apothecary Extraordinary to JI. Grocer)
Period of medical practice 1545-1613
Date of birth c.1530
Date of death 1613
Address St Mary Battersea ?1610-. Coleman Street 1553-1610
Other notes In trouble 1555, 1560, 1563. See William TURNER 755.

Known London address

St Mary Battersea (?)
Date 1610-
Coleman Street
Parish St Stephen Coleman Street
Ward Coleman Street
Date 1553-1610

Censorial hearings

Entry 'There were examined and punished ... Morgan, an apothecary'.
Action taken Examined and punished.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Punished
Entry 'But the grocers Edward Stephenson, Hugh Morgan, Thomas Grey and his servant William Toppy were punished because they had sold and without the authority of a physician prescribed pills which they had made badly from vinegar of squills.'
Action taken Punished.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Punished
Number of crimes 1
Entry 'Peter Vanduram, ... Morgan the grocer, ... Patric, all empirics, were reprimanded, and among these some were punished by imprisonment as were Rocheford and Persevalle.'
Action taken Reprimanded.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Reprimanded