STEPHENSON, Tabitha

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

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Tabitha STEPHENSON

Biography

Name Tabitha STEPHENSON (STEEVENSON)
Gender Female
Period of medical practice 1629-1649
Address New Rents Winchester House 1639
Other notes Accused 1639. Outcome?

Known London address

New Rents, Winchester House
Parish St Saviour's [incl St Mary Magdalen & St Margaret]
Ward Bridge Without
Date 1639

Censorial hearings

5 April 1639
Entry S, of New Rents, Winchester House, was accused by Margaret Parker of Horsedowne, by Simon Horsington and (in writing) by Henry Jackson.
Action taken ? (See next.)
Number of crimes 1
8 April 1639
Entry Edward Wolmer and Thomas Horsington appeared and said that Henry Jackson's writings were genuine.
Action taken ?
3 May 1639
Entry Matter was deferred until Jackson returned from abroad.
Action taken Deferred.
Sentence ?
Number of crimes 1