REYNOLDS, Richard

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

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Richard REYNOLDS

Biography

Name Richard REYNOLDS (RAINOLDE, RAYNOLD)
Gender Male
Primary occupation non-medical clergyman (Pluralist clergyman. Chronicler. Physician (MPD). F. Author.)
Period of medical practice 1553-1606
Place of birth England (of Essex)
Date of birth c. 1529
Date of death 1606
Address Went to Russia 1567. St Ab, Essex, 1568-1606. Lambourne, Essex, 1569-1606. Thurrock ***
Other notes Ca 1546 BA 1550 MA 1553 MD 1567. To Russia 1567. Examined & rejected 1571. To pay £21 (seems a lot). Raach p.236.

Censorial hearings

14 Jan 1571
Entry 'Richard Reynold was examined and rejected, for his replies to all the questions were inadequate and unlearned. He confessed voluntarily that he had however been practising medicine for two years. All the Fellows were unanimous in the opinion that he should be put into prison until he paid £20.'
Action taken Examined, rejected, confessed; to be imprisoned until he paid £20.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined £20 and imprisoned till he paid