Barry, Edward (1759–1822), religious and medical writer, son of a physician of Bristol, was educated at Bristol School under Mr Lee, and studied medicine at St Andrews University, where he graduated MD. Preferring theology to medicine, he took orders in the Church of England...
Dunstan, Gordon Reginald (1917–2004), Church of England clergyman, theologian, and writer on medical ethics, was born on 25 April 1917 at 79 Beaumont Street, Stoke, Plymouth, the son of Frederick John Menhenett Dunstan, an engineer's draftsman at the city's naval dockyard, and his wife, ...
Gilbert the Englishman [Gilbertus Anglicus, Gilbertus de Aquila, Gilbert de l' Egle] (d. c. 1250), priest and medical writer, was the author of the most important medical and surgical work of the English middle ages, the Compendium medicinae. Originally written in Latin, the ...
James G. O'Hara
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Mirfield, John [Johannes de Mirfeld] (d. 1407), ecclesiastic and medical writer, became chaplain of the hospital of St Bartholomew, Smithfield, in London. His two massive Latin encyclopaedias, Breviarium Bartholomei and Florarium Bartholomei, are unusually rich sources for information about medical lore in late-medieval ...
Morgan, Thomas (1671/2?–1743), theological and medical writer, was of Welsh origin and is said to have been 'a poor lad in a farmer's house' ( Protestant Dissenter's Magazine, 258) near Bridgwater, Somerset. Of his parents nothing is known. In his youth he showed enough promise for a dissenting minister, ...
Stanton J. Linden
Turner, Robert (b. 1619/20, d. in or after 1664), writer and translator of occult and medical works, was born at Holshot, near Saffron Walden, Essex, the third son of Edmund Turner and his wife, Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Marsh, of Barnard's Inn. He was admitted pensioner to ...