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

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Name George STIBBING
Gender Male
Primary occupation medical (Ex-servant of Dr Julius (?Borgarucci))
Period of medical practice 1572-1592
Other notes Accused 1582. Confessed & fined.

Known London address

With 0451 (St Botolph)
Parish St Botolph without Bishopsgate
Ward Bishopsgate (Within & Without)
Date pre-1581

Censorial hearings

2 March 1582
Entry 'There appeared George Stibbing formerly servant to Dr. Julius who was accused of practising medicine: after questioning, he confessed his wrongdoing and begged for mercy. It was decided that he should pay 40s. within seven days and later a further 40s. on a certain day to be fixed by the College. Then he was dismissed for the time being.'
Action taken To pay £4 in two instalments.
Verdict guilty
Sentence Fined £4
2 May 1582
Entry 'Robert Stibbing paid the College the fine of 40s. imposed in the Comitia held on 2 March 1581 shown in fol. 12: this sum of money he handed over to Dr. Baronsdale the Censor.'
Action taken First instalment (40s.) of fine paid.